Need something fun to do for Halloween in Chattanooga? Here’s a list of our favorite events and places to celebrate Halloween! We’ve tried to keep you informed if streets are closed for events. We want our readers to make the most of all their time.
Tips and Happenings for Business Owners in Chattanooga
It is essential for today’s mobile professional to stay organized to the greatest extent possible, since there is already a certain lack of uniformity in his/her daily work routine. Unlike the office worker who dutifully reports to a cubicle at 9 a.m. every day and has the agenda for the day pretty much programmed in, the mobile professional tends to have a far more fluid kind of work day.
Chattanooga, TN: On October 1st, The Concierge Office Suites, Chattanooga’s premier full-service office business center, celebrates 10 years of business ownership with Denise Reed. Freedom seeking, business-focused clients have worked with the firm since the founding of the company in 1995. The Concierge Office Suites service packages have evolved to meet the needs of the current market and include private office rental, virtual office positioning, business event rental and virtual staff support. Clients walk in the door to freedom and focus on their business instead of managing office space.
Chattanooga has recently been dubbed one of the best places to start a business due to low startup costs. Places that offer these low costs and business help or coaching, such as a business incubator, may require you to have and submit a business plan, limit your terms of occupancy and may want a piece of your business earnings for having supported your company from start-up. What about growth and sustainability beyond start up? Incubators are solely interested in your beginning, which is perfectly great. … Read More >>
Five reasons, is one reason a part of your business life? Here are our five reasons not to work from home or a coffee shop:
At home, piles of laundry and dishes in the sink will stare you down. Or if your kids are home, there’s sure to be noise and bustle. Working from home also blurs the lines between relaxation and actual work.
At coffee shops, hipsters mingle, customers are in and out, and that frappe blender is a blendin. It can be hard to concentrate, have phone conversations, or meet with clients in spaces that aren’t separate from life’s daily excitement. Have you also noticed that Wi-Fi at coffee shops is slow or cuts you off right in the middle of that important “something”?