Cloud Virtual Offices and LiquidSpace Deliver Simplest Way For Business Centers to Reach Growing Mobile Worker Market
Palo Alto, CA, September 12, 2011 – LiquidSpace, the mobile application that helps anyone find a great space to work in real-time, Cloud Virtual Offices, a provider of virtual office solutions to mobile workers throughout North America, and Pacific Business Centers, a provider of on-demand offices, today announced a partnership designed to help business center and other global workspace operators expand their marketing reach to mobile workers.
Specifically, Cloud Virtual Offices is encouraging all locations it partners with to put their inventory into the LiquidSpace system, making those workspaces bookable in real-time via the Web or mobile phone. Cloud Virtual Offices currently partners with hundreds of business centers in more than 25 states in the US.
Marketing materials emphasize your brand and pre-sell your prospects. If you have a limited budget for your marketing, or just want to get the biggest bang for your marketing buck, there are four pieces of marketing collateral that you should focus on. These choices are low-cost and high-impact. They’ll create a memorable mark and brand your business without breaking the bank.
This should be Number One on your list of marketing materials. Business cards are helpful in numerous situations and can be one of the first encounters clients have with your business brand. There’s no excuse not to have business cards. You can order inexpensive but professional looking cards from VistaPrint, or Overnight Prints.
Flyers are essential for offline marketing and are very inexpensive to produce. Most people have everything they need to create an effective flyer on their computer right now, including templates. Using your logo, some interesting graphics and effective copy in a Microsoft Word file should be Continue Reading
Productivity is a major concern in the modern workplace. Without this efficiency, your business will stagnate and lose its competitiveness. But, productivity doesn’t exist in a vacuum. Satisfied employees are more likely to be productive, so you need to hire people who are a perfect match for the job and create conditions that lead to more satisfied employees.
For the hiring process:
- Write a clear description of the job. Include logistical details of the position including each task required, as well as the values and behaviors that would be best suited for the position.
- Share this description with each potential candidate. Ask each how they might fulfill the tasks required for the position. Watch for their enthusiasm about the tasks and the passion for the position. Evaluate both their potential to complete the basics of the task, as well as their interest in doing the task.