Virtual Offices Attract the Attention of the Technology Sector

Now, more and more start ups and even established small businesses are re thinking their office needs and looking more closely at virtual office solutions for their business.

The Human Side of Social Media

Far too often companies who are using their social media channels as another avenue to promote themselves forget that the people and business owners who are reading and following them are actual human beings. Social media posters need to understand what the content being provided means to their audience as a person or business entity without being talked down to. People follow your content, not your machines. We came up with a few quick tips that will help you create better content based on what your followers want to read Give your followers a reason to follow you in the first place. Are you covering the topics they want to hear? Create the content with your audience in mind. Did you create it for you or them? Your social media interactions should be a two-way conversation. Are you listen...

Different Words can Describe the Same Thing When it Comes to Offices

When you look up the term executive suites on Wikipedia, you are told that "An executive suite in its most general definition is a collection of offices or rooms—or suite—used by top managers of a business—or executives.

Once Again Telsec has Disaster Recovery for Small Businesses

Last summer when in the wake of the torrential downpour and subsequent flooding of various neighborhoods around Toronto, Telsec Business Centres received a great deal of calls from small businesses looking for temporary office space.

Technology and Innovation can Level the Playing Field for Small Business

As we have mentioned in previous blogs, for many small businesses who are trying compete against big competitors every day, technology can be a vital tool that can help them level the playing field while competing for customers dollars. With just a few pieces of technology, some apps, some accounts with social media, credit card processing and some cloud storage, a small business can be ready to take on the big boys for less than what it cost the big guys to compete. Here are just some examples of some of the solutions that are available to small business. If your business is one that works in the field or on the road, consider taking credit card or debit transactions on your smartphone or Internet-enabled device by using mobile POS (Point of Sale) solutions that will save you money on ful...

Technology and Innovation are Good for Small Businesses: HD Action Cams

When most people think of HD Action Cams, they think of those high-adrenaline videos they find on social media and video sites, but they do not consider the small business benefits or uses for this technology. We thought we would share some of the uses that we have heard about – ones not involving jumping out of a perfectly good airplane, diving off a cliff, riding down a hill at breakneck speeds or having to wear Scuba gear. Consider that your small business creates custom orders for clients and they want to see the progress of the job. You can easily use one of these cameras to shoot production floor activities and quickly upload it and send it to your customer using your smart phone. This is something you cannot do with most traditional camcorders, as you must have access to a PC to sha...

Technology and Innovation are Good for Small Business: Video Conferencing

While small businesses that are innovative are providers of technology are always good, this article is about how small businesses can benefit from the technology and innovations that are currently in the marketplace.

Why pay $395 for a Co-Working Office When you can Have a Semi-Private for the Same Price or Less?

Co-working has become a big trending word and new businesses are flocking to these locations because they believe this is the new way to do business. Unfortunately, they are not doing themselves a favour and they are looking bad doing it. Here are some reasons why the co-working trend is not good for a small business or start-up company. Having a business address is important; but having a business address with a P.O. box number or at a retail location makes customers question you legitimacy. Remember, in this day and age customers will Google your location – and if they see it is a storefront that looks like a over-priced coffee shop, will they take you seriously? When your customers look up 1 Yonge Street, they see a professional business building that tells them you indeed professional....

Ignore the Trending Business Ideas When Starting up

If you have ever done a Google search for what is "trending in small business ideas" or top work from home businesses", chances are there are thousands of others looking for those same trends

Incorporating Your Small Business

There are many pros and cons of incorporating a small business, depending a lot on individual situations. For some small businesses, the question may not be if, but when they should incorporate