You wouldn’t start building a house without a blueprint. So what makes entrepreneurs believe that they can run a successful business without a business plan? Many people hop right into a business without developing a plan. Others may start out with a vague idea of their business plan and then fail to update it as … Continue reading “Business Plans for Small Business: Resources”
Virtual office space isn’t exactly a new idea but it is new enough that people frequently have questions about how it works and what it is. We would like to take a moment to answer some of the most common questions below. If you can think of any others feel free to post them in … Continue reading “Frequently Asked Questions About Virtual Office Space”
Today marks the last day of National Telework Week, which is an initiative that started in government agencies and is now spreading to other industries as well – even gaining support from Members of Congress.
No matter what type of business you are in, there is some element of competition going on. You are in competition with other providers in the minds of your prospects. They are trying to find the best solution for their needs, and you are trying to convince them that you are that best choice. In … Continue reading “6 Reasons A Virtual Office Makes You More Professional”
Teleworking (using technology to work remotely from anywhere) is one of the innovations of the modern workplace. And Telework Week – from February 14-18 – celebrates that fact. Telework has long been advocated by companies that understand the value of saving money and increased productivity for their organization. When everyone is allowed to work from their own … Continue reading “Teleworking: Great for the Environment – Even Just for a Day!”
‘The E-Myth Revisited’ is a small business owner’s classic. Published in 1995, the principles espoused date back to 1977 when author Michael Gerber started his consulting firm E-Myth Worldwide. Although the impact of technology in the past 15 years has changed some of the ways that small businesses run, the underlying logic is still the same. The … Continue reading “The E-Myth Revisited: What Stage of Business Are You In?”
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”