Tumblr Office – Great office low budget?

Great video from Tumblr discussing the advantages of having a well thought out office, especially on employee morale. According to Tumblr founder and CEO David Karp, a company doesn’t have to spend a lot to have a great office. Conference rooms with plush chairs, ice cold beer on tap and Tommy, the office Pomeranian, all help Tumblr attract talented employees. At eOffice we provide a stylish, well designed office environment with all the tech you need at a very low price. Perfect for doing work and impressing clients. Check us out here if you want to know more.

May 2012
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2011 Budget – Overview

Grant Thorton is a leading financial and business adviser, who in this short taster video discusses the recent 2011 budget announced by the Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne. The video touches on the main points of  interests of the 2011 budget for businesses and entrepreneurs.  With inflation high and growth forecasts revised, is the 2011 budget really as business friendly as George Osborne would lead us to believe?

Mar 2011
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Office Leases & Entertainment Budgets cut Worldwide

Below are the full results from the Servcorp International Business Cost Cutting Survey which was conducted in mid 2009 over a period of two weeks. The survey was commissioned to understand the areas where businesses were looking to save money in the economic downturn. The UK is ranked 3rd in office cutbacks globally.

As part of the survey, Servcorp asked 7,500 international businesspeople from more than 24 nations to identify which countries they believe are surviving the crisis the best.

Office and Administration Cutbacks
The countries which have made the most cutbacks to their combined office lease and office admin costs (ranked form most to least)

Rank Country
1st United States
2nd China
3rd equal United Kingdom and Hong Kong
5th Australia
6th Singapore
7th equal Japan

Areas where the most cutbacks have been made:

Areas of International Cutbacks
The areas where businesses have had to make the most cutbacks averaged across the globe

Rank Cutback area
1 Entertaining and social activity
2 Office leases
3 Office administration costs (stationary, newspapers, equipment)
4 IT costs
5 Senior staff cuts
6 Working hours (retaining staff)
7 Junior staff cuts

Small Business VS. Big Business
What areas have small businesses made cutbacks compared to larger businesses?

Cutback area % of small businesses who made this cutback % of large businesses who made this cutback
Senior staff job losses 7.6% 12.5%
Junior staff job losses 6.6% 8.3%
General staff job losses 11.7% 29.2%
We have retained staff but have cut back our working hours (e.g. to four day working weeks) 8.6% 0.0%
Cut IT costs 11.7% 20.8%
Cut Office lease costs 26.4% 33.3%
Cut Office admin costs (e.g. stationary, newspaper subscriptions etc) 23.9% 37.5%
Decreased entertaining and social activity costs 34.5% 54.2%

[ Article Source: ServCorp ]

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Dec 2009
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