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Expanding to Southwest Florida?

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A Virtual Office May Be Your Solution

The new year is just around the corner. That means new beginnings and fresh starts. Are you looking to expand your business to Southwest Florida? Do you need an address and phone number to give your new venture credibility? Concierge Executive Offices Naples has the solution for you and your business. Virtual offices are the perfect option for easy expansion with possibilities to grow.

What can a Virtual Office Provide?

Virtual offices give you everything you need to expand your business to Southwest Florida without worrying about overhead. There is no need to stress about finding immediate office space. Concierge Executive Offices has a virtual office plan that fits your budget and needs.

First and foremost, you need an address for your new business expansion. We offer a prestigious address at 999 Vanderbilt Beach Rd. in Naples. Located close to Naples Airport and the Southwest Florida International Airport, this makes it the perfect place to meet with local and out-of-town clients. Our virtual office programs also offer onsite concierge, including manager and receptionist, from 9 am-5 pm Monday through Friday. Your new virtual office will provide a local phone number, extension, and personalized voicemail. This includes inbound answering and outbound call routing. Never worry about missing a phone call again.

Are you a wealth manager needing to meet with a client, an attorney looking for a private space to hold mediation, or a CEO hosting training for your employees? Your virtual office comes with access to our state-of-the-art conference rooms. Our conference rooms provide high-speed internet, video conferencing capabilities, whiteboards, catering, beverage options, and more. CEO’s conference rooms are private and make a great first impression. You are surrounded by the professional atmosphere that you need to accomplish your goals.

Concierge Executive Offices offer three virtual office programs for those looking to expand their business to Southwest Florida. The most popular choice is our basic virtual office package. You receive the benefits of a prominent business address, access to conference rooms, reception services, company listing in our lobby, live telephone answering during business hours, after-hours call routing, mail receipt and first-class mail notification, and garage-covered parking. In addition, CEO also offers a mail-only virtual office program and an expanded virtual office program. So no matter what you need to expand your business to Southwest Florida, we are here to meet your needs.

Our virtual office program gives you a head start in expanding your business. While growing your clientele, consider joining our list of professional businesses. If you want to make Southwest Florida or Naples a permanent place of business, we have executive offices that make finding space easier. Grab your spot on our waiting list to ensure you get your opportunity to join Concierge Executive Offices.

CEO offers professionally designed individual private offices, and one-of-a-kind 3,4, and 5-office private suites to support your expanding business. In addition, you will maintain your prestigious business address in the landmark Fifth Third Bank Center and have access to full-service amenities like 24/7 secure access to the building.

Our executive offices provide a contemporary, modern experience that feels professional and welcoming. Our concierge team ensures that your business or organization receives professional reception services, answering calls promptly and courteously and greeting your guests in a friendly manner. In addition, our clients and tenants receive concierge-level member support services.

Expanding your business to Southwest Florida requires numerous decisions. Locating a space shouldn’t be one of them. Whether you are looking for a virtual office experience with an accessible, sophisticated office setting to be used as needed, a prime location, and a prestigious address, our virtual option is the only choice.

When you are ready to grow and take steps to become a permanent part of Naples and Southwest Florida, our one-of-a-kind executive suites are waiting! Contact CEO today for more information on your complete business solution.

CEO Concierge Executive Offices, located in Naples, Florida, offers the ideal combination of space, design, technology, and amenities to optimize the work experience and support your daily living requirements.

CONCIERGE EXECUTIVE OFFICES

999 Vanderbilt Beach Road, Suite 200

Naples, Florida 34108

(239) 325-5000 Phone

(239) 325-5001 Fax

 

 

 

 

 

What is a Meeting Agenda, and Why Do I Need One?

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With a meeting agenda, meetings tend to stay on-topic. Most of us have spent time in meetings discussing things that aren’t relevant, all while making no headway on the business items that need attention. Proper meeting planning can help avoid that. Creating a meeting agenda will notify everyone involved of what will be covered. They allow higher levels of engagement and contribution during those meetings because participants will come prepared.

What is a Meeting Agenda?

It’s pretty simple. A meeting agenda is just a list of items you hope to cover during your meeting. The primary purpose is to give participants a clear outline of what should happen during the meeting, who will lead each task, and how long each discussion should take. Having this information helps ensure that time is being used efficiently and effectively. In addition, an agenda will determine the form and structure of your meeting so you can plan what will be accomplished.

Key elements to a meeting agenda:

Topic

Your meeting agenda should put everyone on the same page. Every meeting you hold should be result-driven. Set the topic of your meeting. What is going to be discussed?

Goals

Set at least one clear goal for every meeting. Do you need to start a new project, get status reports, or have a brainstorming session?

Setting goals will help determine how long your meeting should be, where it will be held, and who needs to attend.

Key Discussion Points

Have ideas about the topics that you need to cover. List each question you need an answer to during the meeting. Then, determine who will be discussing that question and how much time needs to be allotted. Prompting important points ensures you invite discussion and get all the required information for each topic.

Allotted Time for Each Discussion Point

Estimate how much time you plan to spend on each specific point. Doing so will ensure that you have enough time to cover all the topics you have planned for. It also helps attendees adjust comments and questions to fit the timeframe.

You can optimize your timeframe by giving more time to the topics you know will take longer to discuss, or you can schedule points of higher importance earlier in the discussion to ensure they are covered. You may even limit time on topics to streamline the conversation and encourage quick decisions.

Decisions Reached

Make notes of important decisions that are reached. Include those attendees that aided in reaching that decision. The notes will serve as a record of who assisted in each decision made. If questions regarding that decision arise, your meeting agenda and meeting minutes may be referenced.

Notes & Follow-Ups:

Making notes of items to be covered in subsequent meetings will ensure that future meetings cover new discussion topics. For example, make a note if you need status reports or follow-ups on projects. Follow up with individuals following the meeting. Do you need to meet with a specific team or team member? These notes will serve as a checklist for upcoming meetings.

Before concluding your meetings, do a short recap of what was discussed and the decisions made. If your meeting includes a note-taker or minute-taker, ensure they have recorded all the essential points and decisions. Minutes may be provided to attendees following the meeting.

Agendas do not have to be overwhelming or detailed. They are a simple outline to ensure your meeting runs efficiently and effectively. They let your team know that you respect their time. The more focused the agenda, the more effective your meeting will be. The more effective the meeting, the more likely the participants will feel energized about tasks and eager to complete them. They will also be more likely to take the necessary follow-up steps and make it genuinely productive.

Related topic: How to Conduct an Effective Team Meeting; How to take minutes in a meeting

CEO Concierge Executive Offices, located in Naples, Florida, offers the ideal combination of space, design, technology, and amenities to optimize the work experience and support your daily living requirements.

Meeting Agenda Template

Work Remote? Make Sure to Take Care Yourself

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2020 ushered in the year of the remote employee, and many companies have continued to encourage remote working. Imagine having the option to lay in bed all day and work, eat, and even sleep there. Or have you gotten yourself an executive office space to break up your time while you work?

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Why You Need to Rent a Conference Room

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Is your office cramped for space? Are you working from your home office? Do you need a private room to meet with clients or team members? If you answered yes to any of those questions, then at some point, you would need to rent a conference room or meeting space.

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