As states across the country open back up for business, you may wonder if it’s a good idea to have your team return to the office. It’s not an easy question to answer, and your final decision will depend on a variety of factors.
A phone answering service can save you time, impress prospects and clients, and so much more. But, in order to get the greatest return on investment, you need to make sure your phone answering service is set up for success.
In many cities, business addresses in certain areas lend an appearance of professionalism and competence. The right address can serve as a signal that your small business has achieved a commendable level of success, which makes your firm appear more trustworthy in the eyes of customers, colleagues and other important contacts.
Meeting new clients for the first time can be nerve-wracking. You want everything to go smoothly, from the initial greeting all the way through the show-stopping presentation that convinces them they have to partner with you and your company.
At Intelligent Office (IO), we’ve been longtime fans of G Suite, Google’s powerful set of cloud-based business tools. These tools make it easy to do things like set up an email account using your business website address, store and organize files, collaborate on documents and presentations and so much more.
Many small businesses owners and entrepreneurs are hunkered down at home right now, which means less commuting. Don’t let the lack of a commute stop you from listening to podcasts, though! If you’re an auditory learner, podcasts can be an excellent tool for learning something new that will help you grow your business.
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has impacted countless small businesses and industries across Canada and the U.S. The effects have been largely negative for far too many organizations, but the news isn’t all bad — some companies are experiencing increased business during these trying times.