Do You Get What You Pay For In A Virtual Office Toronto?

By Office Space Toronto In standard19th December, 2012

There is the old saying that “You get what you pay for.” However, that phrase does not always apply when it comes to virtual office Toronto alternatives. There are plenty of choices out there, plenty of Toronto virtual office options. But comparing them may not be easy. When you are looking for the best virtual

How Are You Going To Deal With The One-Day Teachers Strike?

By Office Space Toronto In standard17th December, 2012

One-day work stoppages by teachers have been happening around the province. But Tuesday they will hit home for those with office space Toronto who have children in elementary school. Last week when one York Region area was affected by the one-day strike, a few Toronto office space tenants who had children in those schools decided

Putting on the Gloves in Toronto Office Space

By Office Space Toronto In standard14th December, 2012

The old expression “Taking the Gloves Off” has often been used in business when it is time to knuckle down and “get down to business.” In these tough economic times many small businesses are having to take the gloves off and fight to survive. Other entrepreneurs and small business owners are putting the gloves on at their

Popup Offices are not an alternative to Office Space Toronto

By Office Space Toronto In standard12th December, 2012

You have probably heard about the trend called Popup Shop or Popup Retail, where empty retail space is temporarily used for a short time. Literally, they can pop up one day and be gone the next, hence the coined word “popup.”  For owners of empty retail spaces, popups can help bridge the gap between long-term

Social Media is Not for Every Small Business

By Office Space Toronto In standard7th December, 2012

While Telsec’s office space Toronto has benefited greatly from using social media like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google Plus, other small businesses have not had any success using social media to attract new business or to reinforce business relationships with existing clients. Having an Internet presence is good, but social media requires a commitment. Before considering

Seasonal Party for Office Staff at Office Space Toronto

By Office Space Toronto In standard6th December, 2012

This blog was inspired by some interesting conversations that happened at the Telsec office space Toronto Christmas party for office for rent Toronto tenants. This year, like previous years, the food and drinks were set up in the boardroom that is just off of the reception area, but most people were standing around the reception

Using a Hashtag Can Be Good For Business

By Office Space Toronto In standard4th December, 2012

Social media can be good for business. You just need to know how to use it to your advantage. Social media outlets like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn are becoming very popular with larger businesses to help with brand awareness and to keep their brands top of mind. But these sites can also benefit small businesses

Your Office Space Toronto Location is Key to Your Success

By Office Space Toronto In standard30th November, 2012

It is often said that the key to finding the right office space is “location location location” – but at what cost? The right office space Toronto location can make or break a business. That downtown office space in the core of the financial district may not only cost your business a lot of money,

Benefits of a Cloud Office and Access to an Office Business Centre

By Office Space Toronto In standard29th November, 2012

Over the last few years business has seen tremendous growth in cloud computing. The most popular Web applications used today include: Google Apps and Google Drive that allow users to not only store their files remotely, but also provide online applications to edit word processing files, databases, spread sheets and presentations – without having software

Deciding On a Daily Office Rental or Toronto Meeting Room?

By Office Space Toronto In standard28th November, 2012

Are you finding yourself deciding on a daily office rental or a Toronto meeting room? If so, you are not alone. Many Toronto virtual office clients and non-virtual office clients will often rent a Toronto meeting room for appointments with their customers, while others prefer to choose a daily office rental to hold small meetings.