Thanksgiving is the oldest national holiday in the United States. However, it’s observation is not a continuous presence in American history. While the celebration of Thanksgiving predates even the founding of the nation, it was proclaimed by George Washington, then ignored by Thomas Jefferson. From then on, it was sporadically observed until Abraham Lincoln, who once again introduced […]
Congratulations Agda Bariani
All of us at World-Wide Business Centres are very excited to congratulate our client, Agda Bariani, on her United States citizenship. Agda is from Brazil and founded her company, AB Portuguese, at WWBC in 2014. In addition to teaching at several language schools in New York, Agda has served as a paralegal (certified by CUNY-LaGuardia […]
New Phone System Coming to World-Wide Business Centres
We are very happy to announce that we have signed with Vonage Business and will be targeting a January 2021 rollout of the new phone system. The upgrade will allow us to offer new features to our clients including unlimited calling, offsite phone access and more. The new system will also greatly enhance our virtual […]
New York’s Commercial Rents Are ‘Too Damn High’
By Tim Wu writing for The New York Times What’s getting in the way of a recovery for New York City’s small businesses? Continued weak demand is surely the main factor. But the fact that commercial rents remain artificially inflated compounds the problem. More businesses could survive, more commercial spaces repurposed for other uses and more […]
What is a Virtual Office?
D. Edward Bungert, Vice President of World-Wide Business Centres, describes a virtual office and highlights its benefits. Click the video link below.
New York City’s Offices Are Empty. How to Gamble on a Recovery.
By Andrew Bary Barrons. Investors do not love New York. The pandemic hit New York harder than almost any other major city in the world, and while Gotham has gotten the virus under control, its economy has been ravaged. The slow relaxation of formerly strict lockdown rules on businesses like restaurants hasn’t helped; nor has the […]
Road trip safety guide during COVID-19
from coverage.com Fact-checked with HomeInsurance.com As this season of quarantine and social distancing mandates continues, the U.S. is discovering ways to adapt to the new normal. Schools, restaurants and businesses have significantly altered ways of operating, but positive opportunities have arisen as an outcome of work and school adjustments. For some, it’s the perfect time […]
8 Reasons Why Social Media is More Important than Ever
from moderndog.com It has become increasingly important to have a presence in the online social media space. Social media was once an iffy area to venture into for many business. Many companies asked themselves whether it was even worth the time and resources or was it really a viable option. Well that ship has sailed […]
The Six Pillars of Conference Room Etiquette
by By Nai Kanell spaceiq.com Conference rooms have always been and will continue to be an important part of the workplace. When people need a place to meet privately in groups, conference rooms let them close the door and get down to business without disruption. What makes these spaces so effective is that they’re governed […]
What to know about operating your business from home during COVID-19
by Jennifer Bradley Franklin via bankrate.com s the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact the United States, many business owners, including hairstylists, personal trainers and even clothing retailers are working from home. The pandemic has forced some entrepreneurs like Joyce McNally, an Atlanta-based coach and owner of Say ‘YES’ Fitness, to adjust their business models. “I’ve […]
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