Monday, 28 December 2015
Indianapolis is the capital city of Indiana and has been nicknamed "the Crossroads of America." This is in part because it is located at the juncture of New England, the South, and the Midwest regions of the U.S. More and more, however, this nickname has come to symbolize the wealth of economic opportunity, which converge on the city. For the past five years, more and more businesses have begun to relocate and expand in Indianapolis. This is because the city boasts of a ripe landscape for economic activity. From a strong economy to a low cost of doing business, Indianapolis has much to offer to both new and established businesses. Here are three of the reasons why businesses are flocking to any available office space in this Midwest City. Strong Economy Indianapolis has a strong economy in which to start and grow a business. This is due in part to the strong effort by the local and state governments as well as the chamber of commerce to ensure the economic growth of the city.
Wednesday, 28 October 2015
Architects in the area may be feeling the economic rebound and want to contribute to it by establishing their own startup firm. This is not hard to fathom when you're talking about new businesses in Indianapolis, Indiana. A recent study by the Kaufmann Foundation revealed Naptown's tax credits, a more freed-up business regulatory climate, and strong work ethics as top selling points for professionals looking for a job or a profit-generating investment. The first challenge would be to find an office space that offers the right mix of accessibility, comfort, and conduciveness to staff morale. When you need a place to get your architectural startup on the move, an Indianapolis commercial complex, like ZZone31, will have what you need.
Wednesday, 16 September 2015
Your office is the base of operations for most businesses. It has a substantial effect on employee performance and overall work attitude. Aside from the basic aspects of an office that typically affect the work environment, such as hygiene and office maintenance, there are also other key factors that play a huge role in employee performance. Here are some of them: • Lighting – According to the study conducted by the Society of Interior Designing, 68% of employees complain about the lighting in their offices. This is not to say that you should immediately fill the room with bright LED lights, harsh lighting can be just as disruptive as low lighting. Business owners or managers should learn how to properly utilize the combination of natural and artificial lighting to create a comfortable working environment for all their employees, and in turn help boost the employees’ performance.
Tuesday, 15 September 2015
Are you planning to expand your Indianapolis business soon? When your business is ready to expand, two of the common aspects you need to ponder on is where to place your expanded office and what type of expansion to create. Before you make those decisions, you also need to do some assessments of your current business operation and your employees. Specific Questions How many employees do you currently have? How many customers do you have? How many new clients do you get in a month, a quarter, a year? Before you grow your business, you first need to take a step back and look at it objectively. Regarding your employees, how many are there currently? Is that number enough to keep up with the demand? It’s important to determine these things before you make a move.