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Business Travel & Coworking

BUSINESS TRAVEL AND COWORKING In 2012, businesses spent, $225 BILLION on domestic travel supporting 3.7 MILLION jobs generating $35 BILLION in taxes Why travel for business? Provide Attend Explore expansion and business opportunities clients Meet goods unavailable conferences potential Close deals locally expos and contacts Top 10 cities people travel for business: Boston Chicago O New York City San Francisco Washington D.C. Los Angeles Atlanta Dallas West Palm Beach Miami Biggest complaints when working and traveling: 2$ Expensive internet Hotels that are noisy Bad internet Lack of Hotels with Feeling unwelcome connection outlets no desks access in coffee shops How does coworking help the traveling business person? Network with businesses in the area and have a sense of community Flexible place to work Establishes a business presence in that city Comfortable, quiet, and inviting place to work Reliable wi-fi and outlets Premier Business Centers understands that entrepreneurs need flexible workspaces. Premier Access allows you the flexibility to work: • Whenever • Wherever • However If you need a San Francisco meeting room one day, and shared workspace in Dallas the next, Premier Business Centers can help by giving your business the options you need to successfully grow and change. premfer 2013.pdf http://www.why.cowhy do people travel for business http:/blogstgatecom/getiost/2013/05/14/top-10-cities-for business avel see jumps in-hotel rates 1 2245101-9 BUSINESS CENTERS http/www.forbes com/siteswandrewbender/2012/07/27/americans-biggest-complaints-about-hotels

Business Travel & Coworking

shared by pbcenters on Mar 26
Technology has made the world a much smaller place than it was even a decade ago. This has made it necessary for business people to become more agile and mobile than ever before. Although networking a...






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