Professional Spaces for Home Businesses
Home Business Magazine|December 2016
Professional Spaces for Home Businesses

Alternatives to Foregoing the Home Office and Renting “Straight Space”.

Leslie Libeskind

Much can be said about the pros that come with working in a home business. The dress code is usually relaxed, the commute is a breeze, and typically you don’t have to travel further than down the hall or up the stairs to the kitchen to get a bite to eat for lunch.

Yet most home business owners, at one point or another, find themselves in the awkward position of needing a more professional space to meet a client or hold a conference. Additionally, some feel uneasy about using their personal residence as their business mailing address. And while they might not need to go too far for coffee either, some home businesses are less interested in investing hundreds or possibly thousands of dollars into equipment like copiers or conference phones, unless they prove to be absolutely crucial to the business. For the home business owner dealing with these challenges, there is an alternative to the much bigger cost and commitment of forgoing the home office and renting “straight space” — office centers.

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December 2016