Nobody likes going to work in a bare office with white walls, formal cubicles, and no hint of refreshing or energizing colors in sight. Some people decorate their desks, but desk decorations can’t convey an overall atmosphere of productivity or positivity throughout the entire office. When you’re renovating or buying an office, you need to be able to consider the importance of interior design.
There are many advantages to focusing on interior design when you design an office. You will create a productive, efficient atmosphere and help keep employee morale up. You want your office to be the kind of place people look forward to going on Monday morning, after all.
Location, location, location. We hear these words constantly from real estate consultants and it couldn’t ring more true. The location of any commercial business, whether big or small, can have a huge impact on its success and productivity.
If you find an ideal office space at a great price that’s 20 miles from the area where you conduct most of your business, you’ll probably find that it’s not such a great deal after all. Ideally, you want your headquarters to be in a place where you can attract both clients and employees and in a location that offers amenities and networking possibilities.
The holidays are here and hopefully you’ve used this time to reconnect with your customers! One way many businesses are standing out during the holiday season is by holidizing.
If you’re unfamiliar, holidizing is when you add a bit of the holiday season into your brand’s designs. Add a holiday touch it on your logo, company emails, website and more. Holidizing your brand’s designs is a great way to distinguish your business and in turn, increase revenue. Continue reading →
As another holiday season is upon us, it’s important to remember everyone involved with your business, and recognize their contributions in a meaningful way. In short, acknowledge the team of people that make it possible to run a successful small business. Here are some simple ways you can recognize their contributions: Continue reading →
Check out the screenshot of MycroBurst’s mobile site!
If you don’t have a smartphone now, chances are you will have one by the end of this year. According to Nielsen Mobile Insights, most mobile phones in America will be smartphones by the end of 2012. Which leads to the big question… is your business ready to adapt to the world of smartphone apps yet?
It’s hard not to notice how much mobile usage and browsing is on the rise and as such, my team at MycroBurst decided to develop a mobile version of our website. Once you visit MycroBurst on your smartphone, you’ll be redirected to m.MycroBurst.com and welcomed by our sleek new mobile design. With the integration of the MycroBurst mobile site, we’ve already seen amazing feedback and great interaction from our clientele. Continue reading →