Ruth Simone is familiar with alternative workspaces. In her previous experience as owner of a wealth management firm, she used executive suites to run a flexible and worry free business. Once she made the move to being owner of Luminare Coaching and Consulting, she knew she’d need a virtual solution.
Cloud Virtual Offices and LiquidSpace Deliver Simplest Way For Business Centers to Reach Growing Mobile Worker Market Palo Alto, CA, September 7, 2011 – LiquidSpace, the mobile application that helps anyone find a great space to work in real-time, and Cloud Virtual Offices, a provider of virtual office solutions to mobile workers throughout North America, … Continue reading “Cloud Virtual Offices and LiquidSpace Announce Partnership, New Inventory Platform for Business Centers Worldwide”
More and more businesses are making the leap to the virtual office and the remote worker model. Those who work remotely as well as those who manage remote workers understand that productivity and employee satisfaction can be increased through flexible work arrangements.
As soon as the term “virtual office” hit magazines like Entrepreneur, it seemed like hundreds of small companies popped up promising virtual office services. If you do a search for “virtual office” today you’ll likely find a wide range of prices and options to create a virtual office space. However, not all virtual offices are created … Continue reading “Big Deal or Big Scam? Finding Real Virtual Offices”
Cloud Virtual Office presents another humorous look at why a home office can can be harmful to your business unless complemented with a Virtual Office. A home based business is great, but make sure you have a Virtual Office with physical office space, meeting rooms, and professional conference room facilities. Don’t put your home office … Continue reading “Where Do You Meet If Your Home Office Is A Barnyard?”
Take charge and do things yourself! – If there’s one common trait among entrepreneurs it’s a take-charge attitude. However, as your business grows, this can cause problems. There’s only so much that you can do on a day to day basis. Without systems in place to support this growth, you’ll end up working harder, working longer, and … Continue reading “How to Systemize Your Small Business”
As a home business owner, you’re part of a growing number of people who are stepping out on their own and starting their own companies. While you’re saving money by not renting office space and growing your business in stages, you may feel less professional than other people in your field. If you want to … Continue reading “5 Ways to Add a Professional Touch to Your Home Business”
The Internet has afforded small business the opportunity to connect with their customer in brand new ways. If you’ve got a website up and running for your business, congratulations! But don’t stop there! Email marketing can help you engage your customer and make a lasting impression. Whether you’re a local business, a service provider, or … Continue reading “Does Email Marketing Work for Small Business?”
We get it. When you first start your business, you need to save money wherever you can. Expenses seem to be raining down out of the sky. Until you’re up and running, with no guaranteed income in the future, you need to keep your budget as low as possible.. While it’s definitely a good idea … Continue reading ““Starbucks is Not an Office” and Other Bootstrapping Mistakes”
Video marketing is increasingly difficult to ignore these days, and with the results seen by many small business owners, you don’t want to ignore it! Video is one of the best ways to gain attention, engage your market and make an impact online. Using video to market your small business is a smart move for … Continue reading “Marketing Your Business With Video: YouTube or Vipe?”