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How To Attract Customers To Your Meeting and Seminar Rooms

By |2023-11-01T09:55:02-04:00July 31st, 2023|Boardrooms & Meeting Rooms, Downtown Toronto Office Space|

When a small or medium-sized business needs to hold an offsite meeting or training session, business owners will search to find the best space for their whole team. If you’re trying to attract new clients to your flexible workspace, it’s important to showcase all the benefits you offer. The more you cater to a wider variety of businesses and their different needs, the more clients will be drawn to your office space. Here are a few things you can do to help your clients reach their meeting or seminar goals. Understand the purpose of your client’s meeting The first step to attracting new customers to your shared office space is to get a better understanding of their needs and what brings them value. To start, you can send over your clients a questionnaire or survey asking what would take their seminar or training session to the next level. A lot [...]

Don’t Look for Cheap Virtual Office Space

By |2023-08-29T09:34:55-04:00September 26th, 2022|Downtown Toronto Office Space, Office Space|

There’s a difference between cheap and inexpensive. Cheap is normally associated with poor quality, whereas inexpensive refers to a fair price or good deal. So, when you are looking to rent a virtual office the ideal situation is not necessarily to find the cheapest option, but to find an inexpensive solution that gives you the best value for your dollar. Downsides to cheap virtual office space Location of the virtual offices Cheap virtual office spaces are not typically located in central downtown locations or even in actual office buildings that one would associate with a business. Some cheap virtual office spaces are no more than post-office-style boxes located in a storefront or an industrial complex. When you create a Google My Business account using a cheap virtual office address, you will get fewer views on your listing. This is because cheap addresses are not located in busy areas with high […]

What Makes a Good Meeting Room

By |2023-11-01T10:05:54-04:00June 1st, 2022|Boardrooms & Meeting Rooms, Downtown Toronto Office Space|

A professional conference room can be the difference between running a successful meeting or leaving attendees feeling confused and unsatisfied. In order to maintain prosperous business relationships you need to ensure the space you're inviting people into has them feeling comfortable, and has you feeling prepared to accomplish the task you set out to do. Hosting an effective meeting starts with the room you are hosting it in, so make sure you know what to look for when choosing a space. What to Look For In Professional Conference Rooms? There are many aspects that go into making your conference room rental a professional setting. When choosing your room, consider the lighting, location, technology and other amenities that you are provided with before making a final decision. Lighting An easy aspect to overlook when booking a meeting or conference room is the lighting. Since most of us use laptops with backlit [...]

Best Dining Spots for Client Meetings in Toronto

By |2022-01-19T18:25:26-05:00January 19th, 2022|Downtown Toronto Office Space, Growth & Innovation|

Lunch meetings help in building a positive relationship with your business clients. It is a semi-professional setting where you can discuss new business avenues with the client while building camaraderie. You may have seen Don Draper on television's famous series Mad Men, mesmerize his clients at fancy lunches that inevitably helps him sell a campaign idea. We cannot help you with that iconic Don Draper charisma, but we can definitely help you find those fancy lunch spots in Toronto. All the restaurants and lounges mentioned in this article are located around our prime office location in Toronto’s prestigious Financial District. Moreover, we will also go over how to invite clients to lunch in a professional correspondence. How to Invite Clients to Lunch Inviting clients to lunch can be tricky. You need to organize the meeting and facilitate the correspondence with the client in a professional and time sensitive manner. The [...]

Benefits of Virtual Office Space during the Pandemic

By |2022-01-19T16:50:03-05:00January 19th, 2022|Business Trends, Downtown Toronto Office Space, Growth & Innovation, Virtual Office|

The pandemic has forced organizations and start-ups to move operations to the virtual world. This has increased the demand for virtual office spaces, especially in the start-up and small business community. Virtual office spaces have helped small businesses and start-ups immensely during the pandemic. Through virtual office spaces, these companies can have a physical address and office-related services, thus helping the companies to save money they would have to spend for an office lease and administrative staff. Virtual offices give the company employees the freedom to work from anywhere, and in the meanwhile the company can still have a physical mailing address. Moreover, the company can also have a professional receptionist answering company calls and redirecting them to the intended employee. Virtual office spaces also come with perks such as quick access to meeting rooms and videoconferencing. Who Can Use Virtual Offices? People working from home requiring a professional presentation [...]

How To Handle Returning To Work

By |2021-04-05T19:16:29-04:00October 23rd, 2020|Downtown Toronto Office Space, Growth & Innovation, Virtual Office|

How do employees feel about coming back to the office? Nervous, excited, worried? What’s your plan for keeping people safe and keeping your business profitable? There is a divide between returning to the office and working from home. Understanding the landscape today – and how it’s likely to evolve – is key for businesses wondering what to do next. In the coming weeks, as restrictions will start to loosen, companies around the world will start to bring people back into the workplace. There will be some that will be happy to be out of their homes, while others will be anxious to return. Below are some thoughts on what companies can do in the short term to prepare for a return to the office to ease your anxiety: Optimize the current experience When some or all of the current employees cannot be together physically, it is important to maximize the [...]

Things are changing around Yonge and Queen’s Quay – but Telsec is here to stay

By |2022-02-28T12:41:52-05:00August 6th, 2019|Downtown Toronto Office Space, Office Space|

If you haven't been down to the Harbourfront area of Toronto in a while, you'll be quite surprised at all of the changes that are happening from Yonge Street to Parliament Street along Queen's Quay. While new buildings like Corus Quay (home of Corus Entertainment’s Radio, TV and educational content creations) and George Brown College have been completed for several years at their Sugar Beach location, more buildings are going up on the same property. Several new condos have also been completed and people have moved into the area west of the Redpath Sugar complex. And, more are being built. There are also plenty of other mixed-use buildings under construction along the north side of Queen's Quay. With all the development that's underway and more development planned for an area that was traditionally shipping docks, warehouses and light manufacturing, this growing area has truly come into its own as a [...]

Location, location, location! We’ve said it’s important so many times!

By |2024-01-02T15:59:05-05:00July 28th, 2016|Downtown Toronto Office Space, Growth & Innovation|

While a good office/business location is often emphasized and often even preached, have you really thought about the way your business location has affected the bottom line of your small business? One of our largest office space competitors, Regus, did some research on the topic of location that we thought we should share with our readers. Yes, Regus wants our location. But Telsec is not going to give up the number one address on Canada’s most famous street, One Yonge Street, where many businesses want to be located. So, Regus surveyed 19,000 business owners and found that more than 80% of those who responded stated that “customer retention rates can be increased by greater physical proximity to customers.” Almost as many respondents (78%) also said that “physical closeness to customers also helps solve customer problems and improve customer satisfaction levels.” If your customers are seeing a business address that is […]

Reasons why it may be time to abandon your current office space

By |2021-11-05T14:42:00-04:00March 29th, 2016|Coworking Office Space, Downtown Toronto Office Space|

Technology is evolving and changing rapidly. And perhaps the way the staff of your small business is working, has been evolving too! The Internet and access to Wifi are changing where work can be done. These factors and other technology are re-shaping the needs of business for traditional office space. Traditionally your workers required special tools and processes, and those tools were at the office workplace. Therefore, in order to work, you staff needed to commute from their home to that workplace. This has all changed, and now many more people are able to work from home and not take up valuable office real estate. According to a 2015 telecommuting statistics report published by, the number of regular work-at-home employees has grown by 103% since 2005. Currently, nearly 4 million or 2.5% of workers are doing their jobs from the comforts of home at least half the time. Here are […]

Sometimes Choosing an Office Space Location is not Just About Geography

By |2023-12-12T13:48:38-05:00October 28th, 2015|Downtown Toronto Office Space, Shared Office Space|

Yes, the tried-and-true statement in business is often “Location, Location, Location” in terms of the address where you locate. But that is not the only factor that you need to consider when choosing an office space location. Sometimes choosing an office space location is not just about geography and the physical location of your office. There are a number of other factors you need to consider. Your office location is not only important to your customers and visitors, but it is also important to your staff. Hiring and retaining good employees can partly be due to the office location and preferred working environment of your staff. Look at Google Canada in Toronto. A few years back, Google moved from its suburban Mississauga location to office space in downtown Toronto. Why? Because they found that the young talent they wanted to attract preferred to live in downtown and not have to […]

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