With the kids out of school and a longer stretch of daylight in the evenings, summer can be a great time to host long-term guests in your home. Perhaps you
Entrepreneurs spur the American economy, create jobs and drive innovation. However, studies show that nearly 90 percent of small businesses fail. Minimizing upfront costs and overhead can help new companies
Employees are a company’s greatest assets, which is why workplaces are aiming to design spaces that engage workers in a way that enhances productivity. While collaboration continues to be a big trend this year, companies are finding that it is equally important to provide flexible spaces that best fit their culture, their demographics and their industry.
Recent studies show a correlation between poor health and sitting for long periods of time. Many medical experts have even referred to sitting as the new smoking! As a result, more and more workplaces are providing diversity in their workstations, allowing employees the mobility they need to improve their productivity and wellbeing.
When you step into your office, what comes to your mind? Do you find the space offers a nice work environment? Are you proud to bring clients into your office for meetings? Or does your lackluster workplace leave you uninspired and unmotivated?
Each year I look forward to attending NeoCon®, which is North America’s largest design exposition and conference for commercial interiors. This event gathers over 40,000 architecture and design professionals in Chicago for three days of non-stop resources, energy, and ideas.
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.
You’re adjusting to your new environment, with a new office space and new systems and procedures to deal with or create. Relocating to a temporary office space and arranging office furniture rental can be very challenging, especially if it also means moving to a new city.
You may have heard the saying, “strategy wins wars.” In the battle for peace of mind in a life that attracts clutter, nowhere is this more relevant than in the home office. Today we are going beyond furnished housing to ask the question, “What is it that makes clutter so challenging in the home office?”
It’s not exactly breaking furniture news that moving an office costs money. In addition to the expense of cleaning crews, packing fees, and movers, the downtime experienced by your business can cost a company lots of money. It would seem that the faster and more efficient your move is, the less money a company loses.