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Things To Consider When Choosing A Coworking Center In NYC

Posted by Yoko Uchida on Oct 27, 2016 1:25:16 PM



There are several key decisions to make when starting your first company. One of them is the type of office space that best fits your business model. You can choose a home office and a remote team, but it is hard to forge your company culture that way. Many startups with limited budgets choose a coworking center in NYC where they share space with a multitude of other small businesses. This can be budget friendly and can work for some but may be challenging for others. Coworking centers are flexible and low cost alternative to private offices.

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Entrepreneurship Tips: How Successful Entrepreneurs Set Themselves Apart

Posted by Yoko Uchida on Oct 25, 2016 1:07:02 PM


Everything starts with an idea and after years of hard work it turns into a product or service ready for the market. You know that when you start your own business you will be working long hours and skipping on a lot of social life. The truly successful entrepreneurs do not mind that, in fact they find contentment in the engagement that running a business entails. For you, the happiest moment should be when challenges loom and you have to be creative to solve them. You work hard to stand out, but what gives you that additional edge that leads to success? Here are some entrepreneurship tips to help you stand out and make a difference in your industry.

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Topics: Entrepreneur

How to Grow Your Business with Day Offices & Business Lounges

Posted by Yoko Uchida on Oct 21, 2016 10:51:44 AM



Small business owners start with an idea, put a lot of work into it and turn it into a viable business. There are many decision points along the path from an idea to a profitable company. You have to exercise diligence in making those choices. Some of the most important decisions are financial. How to allocate your resources? Putting your capital to efficient use is crucial. In the early stages of your business, room for mistakes is very limited. You have to be cost-conscious and harness every opportunity to grow your business.

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Topics: Entrepreneur

How A Virtual Office Can Improve Your Small Business

Posted by Yoko Uchida on Oct 18, 2016 2:02:31 PM



Starting a small business is not easy. Entrepreneurs often endure difficult first months when resources are limited and every decision you make is crucial. You often start in a home office and work with remote teams to minimize cost. Having an office is a distant goal that will signify sustained success. But before that milestone is reached, many small business owners utilize virtual office spaces to improve the image of their companies without breaking the bank.

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Topics: Entrepreneur

Things to Consider When Renting An Office Space

Posted by Yoko Uchida on Oct 13, 2016 10:00:00 AM


Many prominent businesses have been started in a home office or even a garage. Starting from home and working with a remote team of collaborators has become easier with increased connectivity, cloud computing, and countless apps that facilitate remote team efforts. It is a cautious and cost-friendly approach to explore your business idea with a relatively low investment. Once you pass that stage and your idea has proved viable, you have gained a few loyal customers and your team has grown in both number and complexity. It may be time to consider renting an office space to integrate your team members into a common space.


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Secret Benefits of a Day Office Rental

Posted by Yoko Uchida on Oct 11, 2016 10:00:00 AM



In today’s business landscape being flexible and responsive to market trends is paramount. Arranging meetings for your remote team to sync company policy has never been more important. It helps forge the company culture you plan for your business. Presenting your customers with valuable insights about their interests in a professional and personal manner helps you craft long-term relationships with them. A day office rental arrangement allows to do those things when you are away from your central office or when you are running your company with a virtual office plan. This is crucial to staying ahead of the curve.


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5 Ways To Promote Positive And Productive Small Business Culture

Posted by Yoko Uchida on Oct 6, 2016 10:00:00 AM



It is essential to set the ground rules of your business very clearly, so that your current and future employees can start on the right foot. Often small businesses focus on financial results and growth and overlook the inner workings of their company. It is important for sustainable long-term growth to pay close attention to your employees and how they approach day-to-day interactions. As a leader, you have to set an example and create boundaries to promote a positive and productive small business culture. Set clear goals, reward, inspire, and be open to suggestions.

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3 Reasons Flexible Office Space Can Help Your Business Grow

Posted by Yoko Uchida on Oct 4, 2016 10:00:00 AM



Many entrepreneurs and small business owners have spent years working in an industry and then years building their first company. Using both your know-how and your industry contacts you have made many wise choices that led to your business’s success. Making the right choices is not always easy, but for the most part a diligent approach to cost and resolving issues goes a long way. Resolutions are easier if the business has more liquidity. Financial flexibility leads to a more secure future for a company in its early stages. That is why many entrepreneurs value short-term, flexible office space arrangements over traditional long-term leases.


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Topics: Entrepreneur

Office Productivity Improvement: 3 Reasons To Leave Your Home Office

Posted by Yoko Uchida on Sep 27, 2016 10:00:00 AM


Every successful small business reaches a point when it requires a central office location in order to facilitate future sustainable growth. Many small business owners start by running their companies from home or utilize virtual office spaces for their teams. In the infancy of a business this approach is cautious and cost-friendly. However, when a company matures, more attention is duly directed to efficiency and productivity as drivers of future growth.

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NYC Office Space: Why Your Office Location Is A Marketing Tool

Posted by Yoko Uchida on Sep 22, 2016 10:32:00 AM



There are many aspects to a company that define it as successful. Diligence in choosing the right location for your business is certainly at the top of the list. Your company's success is in your hands with every decision. This could mean anything from hiring a new team member, establishing a new credit line, or moving into a new space. Small business owners invest a lot of time and effort into making those decisions and when it comes to choosing a new home for their business, being well informed is paramount. When it comes to New York office space, the right location can be an invaluable marketing tool.


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Rockefeller Group Business Centers is built on the innovation and experience that distinguish our parent company, The Rockefeller Group International, Inc. More than 80 years ago, The Rockefeller Group developed the legendary Rockefeller Center complex and now manages Rockefeller Center’s west side properties as well as other high-profile real estate holdings across the United States. 

In keeping with The Rockefeller Group tradition of excellence, Rockefeller Group Business Centers provides stunning, fully-serviced office space, executive suites, virtual office plans and meeting rooms in Class A buildings throughout New York City.




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