The Government Has Introduced Their Budget’s, Do You have Yours?

By Office Space Toronto In standard2nd April, 2012

On January 17, 2012, Toronto City Council approved a balanced 2012 Operating Budget. On March 27, 2012, the Province of Ontario presented its budget. Only two days later on March 20, 2012 the Federal Government of Canada handed down its budget. These budgets are a way for governments to have a clear guideline of where

A Toronto “Office Space” theme Party

By Office Space Toronto In standard23rd March, 2012

Yesterday I received a very odd piece of mail at my Toronto office space. There was no return address on the envelope only an Initech logo (yes the fictitious software company in the movie “Office Space”). What made the envelope weirder was that it was stapled shut. When I finally opened the envelope, I found

The Tale of Two Companies with Toronto Office Space

By Office Space Toronto In standard21st March, 2012

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom and information, today is not the age of foolishness, it is the epoch of what we belief to be the future, it is the epoch of business incredulity, it is the season of Light,  the season of

A downtown Toronto office space for rent just minutes from where the action is!

By Office Space Toronto In standard19th March, 2012

A story in the Feb. 9th Metro Toronto News revealed a startling fact from the recently released 2011 Census. A small downtown pocket from Lake Ontario north to Front St., west to Bathurst St. and east to Spadina Ave. has seen explosive growth in the last several years. In 2006, the population in that area

March Break may be over but March Madness is On at Telsec Toronto Office Space

By Office Space Toronto In standard16th March, 2012

As March Break is ending the March Madness is just getting started at Telsec Toronto office space, but not in the way you may be thinking. When most people think of March Madness, they are thinking about the NCAA basketball tournament that leads up to the Sweet Sixteen and the final four who will compete for the

Co-Working Clients Can Save Money on Airlines and Taxis When they ask Staff Advice

By Office Space Toronto In standard15th March, 2012

A few days ago, a Co-working client asked a Telsec administrative staff member for a reference to a preferred limo service from Pearson International Airport.  They told the staff member that they were putting together an Itinerary for a customer who would be visiting from Chicago. The quick thinking coworking Toronto office staff, reminded the client that they could

Office space for rent Toronto style

By Office Space Toronto In standard5th March, 2012

You can say it as many times or as many ways as you like. There are dozens of ways to view Toronto office space for rent. You can consider it: commercial office space for rent Toronto for large businesses or branch offices; small office space for rent Toronto if you are a small business with

The capital cost saving of a serviced office Toronto

By Office Space Toronto In standard17th February, 2012 The capital cost saving of a serviced office Toronto

When looking for a new office, consider the capital cost saving of a serviced office Toronto. A lot of businesses who are not familiar with the concept of Toronto serviced offices do not realize the saving on capital costs they could make if they rent serviced office Toronto, as opposed to renting conventional office space.

So what is a virtual office and what is telecommuting?

By Office Space Toronto In standard13th February, 2012

Many experts say that excessive traffic congestion on roads and surging infrastructure costs in almost all the major business cities of the world are forcing companies to adopt “virtual office” models in order to telecommute to work. So what is a virtual office Toronto and what is telecommuting? According to Wikipedia “A virtual office is a combination

Avoid the “matchbox mentality” when seeking a Toronto office space for rent

By Office Space Toronto In standard11th February, 2012

You buy a bag of potato chips, pop it open, and half of what comes out is air! You purchase the same food items for the same amount of money and the portions are smaller. That same shrinking value for your dollar is happening in real estate too. Many of the condominiums rising in Toronto’s