Work: Not What It Used To Be

Imagine what your work world would have been like if you were doing your job 50 or 100 years ago. Maybe what you do would not have been possible then, but imagine you, your ideas, and your zeal working to get things done in 1963 or 1913.

Entrepreneurship has changed drastically since then, and one of the greatest changes for the better is the availability of premium meeting and office space that was once only there for the already rich and famous.

Work is not what it used to be, and aren’t we lucky. A well-appointed, technologically up -to-the-second office location for meeting a prospective investor, training and motivating new employees, or brainstorming the newest innovation, was not there in those days; unless you already had it.

The you of the past was probably stuck in the windowless corridors and florescent, flickering light of your home base office location. Or, you had to use tired and expensive conference rooms at shabby hotels near the airport. Well, those days are gone, thanks to companies like Davinci.

Now, no matter how fledgling your startup, or how grounded your ongoing business, you can avail yourself of classy meeting and working environments that maximize your working experience by providing the IT, business, and catering services that make a work day go smoothly.

The cost of all this has also changed. In-house office space and meeting rooms of the past were often expensive fixed costs, sapping money from profits. Renting these spaces instead means you only pay for these facilities when you need them, putting more money in your pocket at the end of the day.

Work in the modern world is global and fluid like never before. The places where we do our work, and the ways we access those places, are changing along with the work itself. It is a kind of democratization of the work space world.

Millions of square feet of fantastic meeting and working space has already been built by our business forefathers and mothers, and much of it is available for short term use at amazingly low prices. By renting the business space you need, in the exact location you need it, you and your business are moving with the flow of the future.

Coco Quillen

Coco Quillen

Coco is the Vice President of Operations at Davinci Meeting Rooms. She manages the strategic development and operational implementation of services for Davinci. She works closely with all teams to ensure customers are well taken care of. Google

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