What about dessert?! Chattanooga has an up and coming foodie scene. For travelers or newbies to Chattanooga, local food experiences have been covered by Fodors and Conde Nast Traveler along with many other foodie blogs. Our business concierge team thought we should share our top Chattanooga desserts. We’ve heard all about great drinks, fabulous local sourced main courses, but how about dessert? We know every adult at some point is counting calories. Every once and a while we all want to stop “adulting,” throw caution to the wind and chow down on something sweet! … Read More >>
Tips and Happenings for Business Owners in Chattanooga
Do you ever feel like throwing a grown up temper tantrum when it comes to managing your office space? Are you not sure whether to scream into the phone or pound on your keyboard to get things repaired? Do you have five or more vendors with multiple contacts you call related to keeping everything functioning for your office space?
The best places in Chattanooga to eat outside and enjoy the fall weather!
The Boat House has a large, open patio that overlooks the majestic Tennessee river. They also have a really neat way to drink wine! It’s called SIPS and you pay for a wine card and get to try 16 different wines on tap! So, go enjoy wine and fall weather for some riverfront dining you likely won’t forget! This awesome space is cooled with misters in the summer and warmed in the winter months. Experience the ahhhhh in Ch(ahhhhhh)ttanooga. … Read More >>
For the modern business person, smartphones are a blessing and a curse. We have convenient access to information and our business records. We can stay on top of current events. However, our customers, family, friends and telemarketers also have access to us at all times, and that can be a detriment to our productivity!
The issue most people are concerned over is the fact that we are becoming less and less productive because of how much time we spend on our phones. We all want to be more productive at work, whether the job is a stay at home parent or a CEO. So how can we spend less time on our phones and get more work done during the day? … Read More >>
Chattanooga, TN: Denise Reed, owner of The Concierge Office Suites, which recently celebrated 10 years under her ownership, is now the moderator for the Lean In – WomenGroundBreakers Chattanooga Circle. Prior founder of WomenGroundBreakers affiliated with the Lean In movement and creator of the Chattanooga Circle, Deborah Levine, passed the baton to Mrs. Reed in September due to Mrs. Levine’s upcoming book launch, “Religious Diversity at Work,” and speaking tour.