Office Business Centers Make it Easier to Budget Your Office Space Expenses

By Office Space Toronto In standard27th August, 2014

Small business owners know that in order to survive, they need to have a budget and stick to it. There are capital costs, fixed costs and variable costs that need to be considered. The less capital costs that a start-up needs to budget for often means more working capital can be channeled into fixed costs

Why Millennials are Choosing Virtual Offices and Office Business Centres

By Office Space Toronto In standard26th August, 2014

Millennials or Generation “Y” are the next generations of consumers, but they are also the generation that is fast becoming today’s small business owners. They have never known life without the Internet or mobile devices. They are constantly connected, but they are also demanding when it comes to overcoming time challenges. They look to Twitter,

What is a Toronto Mail Service?

By Office Space Toronto In standard25th August, 2014

Even though we explain what a Toronto mail service is (in two places) on our website (including a FAQ page), many people still want to know the benefits of using a Toronto mail service. First let us say that “A Toronto Mail Service is NOT a P.O. Box.” It is a professional business address at

Office Space Ice Bucket Challenge

By Office Space Toronto In standard20th August, 2014

Videos of the ice bucket challenge to benefit the ALS (also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease) Association have been making their way throughout the sports world, Hollywood, politics and more importantly everyday people. The ice bucket challenge started to get popularized in the United States in June of 2014 when the Golf Channel Morning Show televised a segment about this now social

Serviced Offices can Offer More Than Office Services

By Office Space Toronto In standard18th August, 2014

When you rent a serviced office, you should expect a furnished office with access to boardrooms and meeting rooms, a professional receptionist, quality office equipment, a modern telephone system and a clean office space. But what other services should you want? Some serviced office providers will also offer other office services such as secretarial services and administrative

Consider Using a Commercial Real Estate Agent for Your Office Search

By Office Space Toronto In standard14th August, 2014

So you are looking to rent or lease office space and you are not sure whether you want to conduct the search yourself or engage a commercial real estate agent. Conducting a search for an office and making the right choice is very important to your business. But engaging the help of a commercial real

Location, Location, Location – But What About Having More Than One?

By Office Space Toronto In standard11th August, 2014

In the world of business (not just real estate) you often hear the phrase “location, location, location.” This is because where your business is located is not only important to how your business runs, it is important for the convenience of your customers. Depending on your business and your need to be in multiple markets,

Plan to Change Your Cloud Passwords Regularly

By Office Space Toronto In standard7th August, 2014

A recent article on CBC.ca stated that Russian hackers have stolen 1.2 billion user names and passwords in a series of internet heists affecting 420,000 websites. This is alarming and small business owners who keep their files in the cloud, should be worried and should be changing all their passwords regularly. Most big businesses have security

Has Your Small Business or Start-up Considered Serviced Office Space?

By Office Space Toronto In standard30th July, 2014

A great deal of time is spent looking for the right office space for a small business or a start-up venture – but finding the right office space to fit your business needs should not be rocket science. You need to decide if traditional raw office space or serviced offices will work best for your

Why Freelancers Should Consider Renting an Office

By Office Space Toronto In standard24th July, 2014

Primarily, freelancers work from home, especially when they are starting out. It makes sense to utilize space and resources that you already have. Besides being convenient to work from home , it cuts down on your start-up costs. But how do you know when it is time to move your business into office space specifically