Toronto Shared Offices Instead of a Private Office

By Office Space Toronto In standard23rd September, 2011

In these difficult economic times, a lot of companies do not have the resources to have a private office in downtown Toronto for outside sales reps to do their paperwork and generate leads. This is especially true for companies who do not have their head office downtown or even near the city of Toronto. Many

How “Liking”, “Sharing” and “Following” can win you a $20 Tim Hortons card

By Office Space Toronto In standard16th September, 2011

As a reward for “Liking” Telsec – Office Space Toronto on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/OfficeSpaceToronto), we started a contest with our clients for a chance to win a $20 Tim Hortons card. This got a fair number of “Like” clicks, but it also brought up a few questions from Toronto office space and virtual office Toronto clients

Virtual Office Toronto is Better Than a P.O. Box

By Office Space Toronto In standard15th September, 2011

When a client or potential customer sees a P.O. Box address on a business card, they start to wonder who they are dealing with or what a person is hiding. For many years most small businesses that did not have an office space would rent a P.O. Box so that they would not have to

Office Space Toronto without TPS reports

By Ian In standard12th September, 2011

A few years ago, after renting office space Toronto at Telsec, I approached the management about writing this blog to promote what a great office location it was.  When I tell people that I write a blog, they always want to know what I write about. So often when I tell people that I write

Office Space Toronto That Does Not Require a Truck

By Office Space Toronto In standard8th September, 2011

The last thing you want to worry about when moving to a new office space is renting a truck to move furniture into your new office. Why not look at office space Toronto that does not require a truck to move in? You can have office space that comes already furnished with modern office furniture

Office rental Toronto location that’s like a home office!

By Office Space Toronto In standard1st September, 2011

In a perfect world, your dream office rental Toronto location that’s like a home office location would have all the creature comforts and benefits of a home office PLUS the business efficiencies inherent in a modern Toronto downtown executive suite. So just imagine the following scenario: You drive along the Lake Shore or Gardiner Expressway, or

Best office space for lease Toronto options

By Office Space Toronto In standard31st August, 2011

Ok, you’ve found the ideal and accessible downtown Toronto office space location and the most cost-effective office space for lease Toronto building imaginable. The terms meet your requirements, the staff are courteous and professional, your office is elegant, spacious and functional and there are amenities such as a free weekday newspaper and complimentary coffee, tea

Choice Office for Rent Toronto

By Office Space Toronto In standard27th August, 2011

A common misconception of Toronto serviced offices is that they are only for entrepreneurs and small business. There are a lot of medium-sized and even large businesses that want choice office for rent Toronto and would prefer to have that office space in an office business centre that takes care of the office while they focus on

Office Space for Lease Toronto Security

By Office Space Toronto In standard26th August, 2011

The topic of office space for lease Toronto security does not come up much when searching for an office space Toronto, but it should. Just how secure is the location you are considering for your Toronto office space? Is there an office space for lease Toronto security plan at your office space? Are there security

R.I.P. Jack Layton

By Ian In standard22nd August, 2011

Today at my office space Toronto the topic of conversation was a sad one. Early this morning people heard of the passing of Jack Layton. Jack had a second fight with prostate cancer and the news of Jack Layton’s passing early Monday morning dealt a particularly heavy blow to the millions of Canadians who have