During the 52nd Small Business Week we would like to take a moment to give thanks to the entrepreneurs who work tirelessly to pursue their business goals and keep our economy thriving. We know that you put your heart and soul into your business, which is why we’ve put together several tips for start-ups and entrepreneurs to help conserve revenue and foster growth.
Start-up companies are often met with tremendous opportunities and challenges. CORT worked with iCORE Global, a leading full-service commercial real estate provider, to compile top tips for start-ups and entrepreneurs to conserve revenue. A key step towards success for start-ups is to minimize overhead investments to ensure revenue and investments can be reinvested in the company.
Every year since 1963, the President has issued a proclamation declaring Small Business Week. During this observance, the U.S. Small Business Administration highlights the impact of outstanding entrepreneurs and small business owners in all 50 states and U.S. territories.
Employees have different work preferences and needs, which is why there can’t be a “one size fits all” approach to workplace design. While many offices have embraced the open concept trend, a recent survey conducted by Work Design Magazine and CORT revealed that employees are still looking for more flexibility in their workstations.
Pompano Beach just got a bit more glamorous! On February 5, CORT unveiled its stunning new rental showroom and clearance center to the Pompano Beach, Fla., community with a public open house and a private evening celebration.
Most people spend more time in the office than they do at home, so it is important that work environments are comfortable, yet functional for optimal productivity. Business owners today want their employees to work more collaboratively and encourage idea-sharing throughout the business day.
CORT’s commitment to sustainability is getting notice! The International Facility Management Association (IFMA) recently honored CORT as one of the top 10 sustainable exhibitors at the 2013 World Workplace Conference and Expo in Philadelphia.
Unemployment statistics are just one indication of the workforce in the U.S. For top companies, it’s all about finding the right person for the job. Despite the large pool of workers seeking employment, these companies face a significant talent gap over the next 10 years. Competition for top tier workers will be stiff and job turnover will be high if workers are not satisfied with their company and position. Is your company ready?