If you’ve yearned to telecommute, you’re not alone. According to a 2006 study conducted by the Association of Executive Search Consultants several executives surveyed felt work/life balance issues were critical in their decision to join-or remain-with an employer.
Clear the steam! Ask the children to clear all the steam from the party table (or any space) so you can go on with the party. You fill the space with white balloons and have the children either just clear them or pop them and hide candy inside.
Ensure your Meeting room is well served by good transport links or has parking facilities. Make it easy for attendees to attend and provide them with a good printable map with transport and parking information in your pre-workshop delegate pack.
I’m not sure if this event is open to the public and I’m posting this last minute; but if it looks like something you may still be able to RSVP for. Otherwise, keep an eye out for them if you are planning any big events soon, including weddings.
Some virtual office providers have facilities for you to use when you are in the vicinity. This may include a working space, a meeting space, or simply WIFI connection and coffee / tea. If you live in Malaysia, and look for a virtual office in Korea for local clients to reach you, this may not be important. However, if you work from home it may make sense to have a place in your vicinity that provides such facilities.
Couples have started planning their wedding in a more alternative way rather than the traditional style of marriage. The beach wedding is one of the alternatives that are very popular in the New York City. New York City has some of the world’s best event spaces and restaurants that make this special day a lot more special for the couple. These event spaces offer world class service and make it a memorial night for the couple and the guest.
Be contactable. You are not allowed to give your email details but you still need to make yourself easily available. Regularly check for messages and offer to be available to chat on Skype. As a Buyer I like to talk directly to whoever I am going to work with and whilst Skype contact can be very interruptive it is still a great tool for working with teams remotely. Building up a relationship with the Buyer is as important in the virtual world as it is elsewhere. Once you win a contract focus on building the relationship whilst you deliver a great service and your business will flourish.