First impressions are crucial to our business and personal relationships! Your client’s impression of your company forms the moment they arrive at your office before you even have a chance to shake their hand or hand them a business card. Details such as the neighborhood in which your business is located, the aesthetic and architecture of the building, and the staff experience can all be directly connected to earning new clients and bolstering existing business relationships.
The events and developments of the past two years have drastically altered how and where most of us get our work done. More and more businesses and entrepreneurs are foregoing traditional office space and looking to coworking solutions to meet the needs of their organizations; a trend that was already in motion but has escalated since 2020.