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Business Centre Office Networking Can Also benefit Virtual Office Toronto Clients

Sharing common areas of an office business centre like Telsec can be very beneficial to office space for rent Toronto clents, especially when it comes to business networking opportunities. Like most offices, many people who work in business centres start their day when they get their coffee, tea or whatever morning beverage they like to have. While they are getting their coffee in the kitchen, they will run into familiar faces and engage in small talk. Throughout the day they will often return to the kitchen to grab another coffee or to heat up their lunch. Often they will run into the same people (who are on the same coffee-craving schedule) or other office space tenants who are getting their first cup of the day. Another common area of a business centre that people find themselves runnin...

Some Downtown Toronto Office Spaces Can Help you Have Work-Life Balance

Having a work-life balance can sometimes be hard to achieve when you do not have the right downtown Toronto office space. There are many office space Toronto locations that can be great to work at and offer a great location for small businesses — but then there are some downtown Toronto office spaces that can help you have a good work-life balance. You have to find not only the right location for your business, but an office space should have immediate amenities as well as ones outside the location to help achieve your proper work-life balance. Some questions to ask when considering an office space Toronto for rent: What amenities are available in the office space itself? What building amenities are available in the same building as the office space? What amenities are available in the sur...

One of Our Office Space Toronto Clients is Giving Away a Bicycle

The Toronto International Bicycle Show (Spring Show) is the largest consumer bicycle shows in the world. They have had office space Toronto for the last 25 years with Telsec. Telsec Toronto office space eventually became of the show’s sponsors. Every Fall for the past 13 years, they have also organized the largest one-day sale for bicycles called the “Bicycle Fall Blowout Sale.” Manufactures team up with retailers to clear 1000’s of bicycles in a single day to make room for next year’s models. This year the people who run the Toronto International Bicycle Show and the Bicycle Fall Blowout Sale have decided to give out a coupon for $1 off the $5 admission price. They are also giving away a new Opus Urbano women’s bicycle to one lucky person who subscribes to th...

Does your Business have an Elevator Pitch? What sales elevator pitch should Telsec-office space Toronto use?

There is an important marketing tool that every small business and entrepreneur should have and it is called an elevator pitch, elevator statement, or sometimes an elevator speech. This is a short summary used to quickly and simply define what product, service, or value proposition that best describes what your company and its products offer. The mere name “elevator pitch” reflects the idea that it should be possible to deliver the summary in the short span of an elevator ride. The statement should be between thirty seconds and two minutes. Not all elevator pitch opportunities actually happen on elevators, but can occur while waiting to talk to the receptionist at your Toronto office space or while grabbing a complimentary coffee at your Toronto shared office space. Elevator sp...

A Good Toronto Office Space Business Address is a Good thing to keep

From time to time a business will leave an office space for many reasons, but the last thing some Toronto office space renters want to do is to give up a prime business address. One of Telsec’s long time clients is moving their physical offices out to the suburbs in order for the owner to be closer to his home that is about 50 km from downtown Toronto. Instead of changing their head office address or telephone number, they have decided to give up their executive office space Toronto and keep renting a Toronto shared office space. How does this work? Well, they are simply downsizing and moving staff to another location. Their mail will still be addressed to their downtown office space location and forwarded to their suburban location on a weekly basis (or a staff member can pick it up...

The Office Space Toronto Hunt for Red Staplers is Now On

After a month of planning and building the facebook app that would run the contest, the office space Toronto hunt for red staplers is now on! Everyone who can describe where the four red staplers are hidden on the Telsec website (http://www.telsec.net) and enters them on our Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/OfficeSpaceToronto) contest, will be entered to win a pair of VIP Club Seats to the Buffalo Bills game in Toronto against the Seattle Seahawks. Nine additional prizes of special edition red Swingline staplers will also be drawn for. Many people who have seen the movie “Office Space” will understand the significant s of the “Red Stapler”. It seems that this red stapler that belongs to one of the characters finds itself in various places in the movie in diffe...

Outsourcing Administrative Tasks Means Savings for Office Space Toronto Businesses

Many small businesses with office space Toronto are finding that they can save money by outsourcing administrative tasks such as secretarial work, bookkeeping, payroll and a host of other duties. They often find that there is not only a financial savings, but there is a productivity and expediency saving too. Businesses are realizing that hiring a professional to do a task is one way to allow them to focus on their key business goals without getting lost in the paperwork. The first way that outsourcing administrative tasks means savings for office space Toronto businesses, is eliminating the costs of having an administrative employee, starting with the hiring cost. When a business is looking to hire a new employee, there are plenty of expenses that go along with the hiring process. First t...

Why office rental Toronto clients are looking at Credit Unions rather than banks

Small and medium-sized businesses that are office rental Toronto clients are learning the advantages of credit unions. They are seeing banks making record profits and they, the customer, are paying higher banking fees to keep the profits up. Small businesses can not afford to line the pockets of millionaire bank executives and bank shareholders are now looking at not for profit or non-profit banking alternatives that will help them keep their business in the game. Credit unions are similar to traditional banks in the sense that they both offer financial products to customers, but credit unions are member-focused rather than profit-focused. A credit union is a cooperative, which means it is owned and controlled by its members, as opposed to being owned by its stockholders like a bank. Once ...

Toronto Office Space for Rent Clients are Using Content Marketing

One of the topics of conversation that keeps coming up in the kitchens of our Toronto office space for rent is online marketing, especially the topic of content. It seems that marketing trends are always changing and in this day of the Internet, it can sometimes change faster than we are prepared for. A lot of companies were focusing their marketing strategies on search engine marketing, public relations, television and radio advertising as their preferred marketing tools, but now the trend is leading towards content marketing. So what exactly is this stuff they call content marketing and how are Toronto office space for rent clients are using content marketing? As the way that Telsec office for rent Toronto clients explain it, that it is as simple as creating original and helpful content ...

You could have a Nap room in your office space Toronto

Do you takes naps at your office space Toronto? It seems that the staff at the Huffington Post office space have access to not one, but two nap rooms in their offices. The management of the Huffington post believes that naps can decrease drowsiness, increase alertness and benefit their staff’s overall health. The theory is that humans consolidate sleeping time for a long period at night, but it seems that we’re designed to feel tired in the early morning hours and mid-afternoon. The theory is that a two-minute to five-minute nap can perk you up and a five-minute to twenty-minute nap can improve your motor skills and performance. On a recent visit to the Canadian National Exhibition, this Toronto office space for rent blog writer saw the ultimate desk/bed that would be perfect for afternoon...

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