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How to Make Better Decisions for Your Business

By John Tooher on 15 February 2021 - 5:57

As business owners and leaders, we often find it hard to make decisions about major challenges or the potential opportunities we need to tackle. There is a tendency to default to a wait-and-see strategy in the hope that things will somehow sort themselves out in the long run. The reasons why decision making is hard….

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How to Take Your Business Virtual Post COVID-19

By John Tooher on 18 January 2021 - 10:01

Now that you’ve experienced running your business without being in the office, it’s time to go fully virtual. We’re not out of the woods yet, but perhaps we can begin to imagine the post-COVID business world now. Social Distancing Work Environments One thing we have learned is that it isn’t really necessary to be in….

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How Do People Use HeadRoom?

By John Tooher on 19 November 2020 - 8:21

What’s it like co-working at HeadRoom? We can answer that question with a question. Who uses co-working space? In order to explain the benefits of utilizing the HeadRoom co-working locations, let’s imagine a day in the life of three typical HeadRoom residents.   Sara, CPA Sara needs to do an analysis of one of her….

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Why Co-working spaces are great for cutting your business expenses

By John Tooher on 26 October 2020 - 10:24

What Are Average Monthly Office Expenses? Leasing Costs The average monthly lease of a dedicated single room office in the suburbs of Philadelphia is somewhere in the region of $800/month. You will probably be tied to a 3-year term which equates to a $28,800.00 lifetime commitment.   Set up costs Next, you need some furniture…..

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Who uses Coworking spaces? Well, everyone.

By John Tooher on 23 September 2020 - 9:46

  We’ve seen it all. From individual entrepreneurs to companies of 50+ employees, and everywhere in between, many are looking to coworking spaces for an affordable office or meeting space solution. And they’re loving it. Traditionally, virtual office spaces, co-working spaces, and shared office space are the place to be for startups and budding entrepreneurs…..

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What is Coworking?

By John Tooher on 15 August 2020 - 5:17

A Social Distancing Approach to Office Rentals For the first time, many of us are navigating how to work from home full time. We’re setting up makeshift offices at our dining room tables, in our basements, or even in our bedrooms – and some of us are struggling to make it work. Since the go-to….

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Five reasons to think about using Flexible Office Solutions

By Renee Stein on 18 June 2020 - 3:05

The increased use of flexible office space is a trend that is likely to accelerate over the next year as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. We are not talking co-working here. Flexible office space is an office with windows and a door that can be used as needed or on a short term monthly….

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COVID-19: Response & Resources

By Renee Stein on 14 May 2020 - 10:25

Our members and community are at the heart of everything we do.  Our top priority is being here to support your business and overall well-being. At HeadRoom, we don’t do open shared desk set-ups, instead you’ll have access to private offices with a window and door keeping you comfortable, focused, and socially distant.  We’re not….

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Business Leaders Need to Network

By Josh Irons on 18 March 2020 - 4:00

  By: John Tooher As the former leader of a three thousand strong workforce, I know how hard it is to find time to do anything beyond managing and leading the business. In some ways it’s overwhelming to be constantly under time pressure, in other ways it’s comforting to be surrounded by “your” people. The….

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Strategy or No Strategy Have You Noticed the Difference?

By Renee Stein on 7 November 2019 - 4:49

Having worked with many companies across multiple industries, I have begun to notice key differences between those with a vibrant, managed strategy and those without. One big difference is the level of energy and emotional engagement; from the front desk all the way to the CEO. You can just sense the cohesion and sense of….

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