Posts Tagged ‘workplace’

Week 26 – London. Welcome to a new week and a new feature in The Workplace Series. Today we are presenting Workhouse, an unbranded and urban workspace in the heart of East London that was founded by Mat Kemp, Charlie Harris, and Polly Pemberton. Today, eOffice Founder, Pier Paolo Mucelli has interviewed Polly to learn...

The work environment has been changing rapidly in the new millennium, resulting in new challenges and opportunities. This evolution has witnessed the arrival of a new workforce and the end to the traditional ways of working. Today’s workplace scenario is being redefined by a variety of factors including advanced...

When it comes to starting a new business, the majority of your time and focus will be taken up by developing the product or service you are offering and getting the financial side of things in order. But while these aspects of enterprise are important, you must also ensure your office space is up to scratch. This can...

Coworking Around the World The Coworking movement has come a long way for the past several years. It all started as these small hubs and hacker spaces for freelancers and small, low-budget startups. Until recently when it started to evolve into something much, much bigger. Coworking will become the way of working for...

It is said that sitting for too long destroys your body. Many might find it strange that a position where you are supposed to be relaxing is actually hurting your body, but the truth is that humans are not built to sit still and look at a screen day after day. The truth is that sitting for too long over a period of...

In today’s fast-paced business world it has become common to feel like we’re constantly short on time. On your daily commute to work, you will commonly see people replying emails, studying or reviewing their busy agendas.  You might have also asked yourself  how to be more efficient and optimise my workday. After doing...

With so much to do on a daily business within a traditional working environment, internal communications can be slow and inefficient. Unfortunately, this can have a negative impact on the success of an organisation, which relies on staying up to speed with competitors and industry trends, so here’s how to up the pace...

Collection Business Center, Düsseldorf, Germany Common sense and numerous marketing studies confirm that clients are typically more receptive with a professional environment. Of course, in business it’s normal to judge a book by its cover, and if a company is operating out of a shabby cubicle centre in a building that...

Your business is an important part of your life. It is your bread and butter. If you do not have a place to store all of your business items, you may start to feel overwhelmed and you may begin to feel cluttered in your small office space. Before you panic, you should rent self-storage to help your business grow...

The role of a PA, or Personal Assistant, has evolved over the years and this has been undoubtedly impacted by enhances in technology enabling those in higher level positions in business to become much more aware of how to schedule and manage their days. A good PA is necessary to the running of any business, often...