A lot of successful large companies opened their doors in small communities and grew into greatness. But often, these success stories have one thing in common: They all tapped into the unique advantages that a small town offers a growing business.
The décor of your store or office can have a significant impact on the success of your small business. As such, you should try to decorate your business facility in such a way that it can provide a pleasant experience for your visitors and make your brand more visible and memorable.
We saw these scenes in the Sci-Fi movies from our past. The lights turn on and off when you walk in or out of the kitchen. The hallway lights turns off after you lock the door. It may have sounded futuristic 5 years ago, but not any more.
When your definition of “office” is less cubicle and more coffee shops all over the world, there are certain pieces of hardware that make your life a million times easier. Because I’m cheap, I have learned these things the hard way as I watch my web designer boyfriend sail through his days while I curse the gods of wifi and laptop batteries.
Running a business in a closet isn’t easy. Good luck finding privacy to make that important phone call. By tailoring your office space to the needs and personality of your company, you can create a unique environment that helps you do your best and grow as a team.
It shouldn’t come as a big surprise to anyone then that co-working spaces have grown in popularity over the past ten years. Back then co-working spaces were seen as a trend that could only exist in west coast tech bubbles.
Your business is booming. Congratulations! Now you’re starting to consider moving out of your home-based office to a commercial office location. That’s a big decision and one that shouldn’t be taken lightly. Finding the right location for your small business is critical.
Small Biz Club is the premier destination for small business owners and entrepreneurs. To succeed in business, you have to constantly learn about new things, evaluate what you’re doing, and look for ways to improve—that’s what we’re here to help you do.