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3 Ways To Improve Your Branding Efforts

January 30, 2015

Branding isn’t just something that takes care of itself. It’s also not something that happens overnight or by chance. It takes careful planning and even better execution. Fortunately, businesses now have many options to establish their brand online. To do so successfully, you have to cover these three bases: Send a clear message A distorted or […]

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Evolution of the Office Culture

January 28, 2015

Most people don’t know what an office looked like in the early 1900s, unless they’ve seen Saving Private Ryan. Remember the scene in which a clerk suddenly realized just how many sons Mrs. Ryan had lost in the war? The office was open with desks evenly spaced. The commanding officer was seated behind a glass wall. That […]

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Tips on How Businesses Should Search for Office Space

January 14, 2015

Starting businesses are often characterized by their limited access to capital and their low chances of survival, depending on their sector of activity. However many manage to deal with these two business aspects each year, and even post solid growth numbers. When a startup experiences growth, it starts looking for a bigger office space to rent. […]

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Increasing Overall Efficiency by Outsourcing Tasks

January 12, 2015

Starting a small business comes with a number of advantages and drawbacks. Besides the feeling of self-accomplishment that you’ll have, there are many challenges that you’ll need to tackle on a daily basis. One of such challenges is to make sure that your financial records are always in great order. Because time is a scarce […]

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2015 Business Books to Help you Grow your Small Business

January 9, 2015

Small businesses provide a huge advantage to their local economies by creating jobs and increasing tax revenue, among other things. If you operate a small business or are planning to, here are five 2015 business books you should read to help you in your endeavors. #1. Entreleadership: 20 Years of Practical Business Wisdom from the Trenches by Dave Ramsey […]

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Check Out These 2015 Business Trends

January 1, 2015

Nobody’s criticizing the way you do business. After all, if what you’re doing has brought you success, there’s no reason to stop. However, knowing what others strategies are popular can bring you more customers, motivate your employees, and increase your profits. To that end, Forbes Magazine discusses these 2015 business trends: Enhancing employee work/life balance. Recognizing that an employee […]

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Five Tips For Finding Office Space For Rent

December 29, 2014

You’ve spent months, maybe even years, to come up with the perfect business plan, company name, logo and company culture. It’s all just the way you dreamed, but if your office space doesn’t match your image, you’re working at a deficit. If you want to have a completely cohesive image, everything has to be perfectly […]

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Live/Work/Play: Where Will Millennials Be Leasing Office Space?

December 22, 2014

Millennials, or Gen Y, are those born between 1976 and 2001. They are over 80 million and will be fully half the workforce in America by 2020. A December 2011 blog post by Cornerstone Management Institute describes Millennials as “being raised at the most child-centric time in our history – the ‘My kid is an honor student’ […]

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[New eBook] Office Pre-Leasing Checklist

December 19, 2014

  Hartman is proud to announce a new eBook for those who are starting the process of leasing office space. Whether you’re a small, medium, or large sized business, there’s something in this checklist for you. So whether you’re renegotiating your current contract, or looking to expand your business and move offices across town, this […]

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Office, Industrial and Retail Space in Houston

December 17, 2014

According to business statistics published in Colliers Global Retail Highlights, Houston is one of the most successful cities in America. Office-using employment has recovered 243%, nearly double the national average. Financial activity employment recovered by 109%. Employment among companies needing office space grew by 3.2% in the 2013-2014 year. Some of that growth comes at […]

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