• Prestigious Business Address
  • Online Meeting Room and Workspace Booking
  • Fast & Secure Internet Connectivity & Wi-Fi
  • Access to Copier/Printers/Fax/Scan
  • 24/7 Access to Workspace and Meeting Rooms
  • On-site Business Support & Concierge Services
  • Individual Temperature Control
  • Networking Events
  • Professional Bilingual Reception & Call Answering Services
  • Ample Free Parking
  • Conveniently Located Within Minutes of Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach
  • Business Lounge with Complimentary Gourmet Coffee & Tea

We all have missions. Ours is creating office space for yours.
One Size Does Not Fit All. BUT ONE BUSINESS ADDRESS ... YES!
Our focus is Flexibility.

Your business is a dynamic enterprise. It can grow, build, change shape, and point in new directions in the blink of an eye. At Lakeside Executive Suites, this is how we approach office space. We don’t build boxes. We create workspaces that are as future-minded as the entrepreneurs who occupy them and that deliver the flexibility and technology required to operate on the cusp of tomorrow. Whether it’s a full-time office space, or just a meeting room for the day, we offer a range of options and services designed to help you conduct business your way.

Benefits Of Choosing A Flexible Workspace For Your Business
Posted On November 17, 2020 Posted By: Ysel Hernandez

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on the way we work, and going back to what once was may be impossible. Companies around the world scrambled to continue with their operations as best as they could by implementing home office protocols, using new communication software, getting accustomed to video meetings, and attending or hosting virtual events and trade shows.

It was soon clear for both workers and organizations that working outside of the traditional office was not only possible but could also be very practical. 

Now this does not mean that working from home is the absolute best way of working. In fact, working from home can be far from ideal for most people and most businesses. For starters, the infrastructure is inadequate to say the least. In most improvised home offices there’s no ergonomic furniture, no private spaces such as conference rooms or calling booths, no completely reliable internet connection, even the atmosphere isn’t necessarily one that helps workers feel focused and productive. 

And just as companies and workers found out that there were so many solutions out there that made remote work much easier, it is time to find something that remedies the issues that come with the traditional office space itself. One such solution is getting an executive suite or flexible workspace for your business.  

Downsize Your Real Estate Footprint

For starters, using a flexible workspace helps you completely eliminate the need to invest in a large commercial space. As you may have experience during the pandemic, having a long and expensive lease on office space felt like a drain of resources that could have been put to better use. With flexible workspaces and executive suites you only use what you need, when you need it, and wherever you need it. 

This freedom not only helps you avoid lower costs but it can also enable you to look for new opportunities outside of your usual scope. 

No Long Term Lease

Another benefit of not having a long term lease on office space is that you are able to use a flexible workspace or an executive suite whenever it makes sense for your business. This could mean renting a flexible workspace for one hour every two weeks, using an executive suite twice a month, or spontaneously book a space whenever you need. 

This can also be a great solution for people that divide their work into projects of different durations such as designers, architects, developers, etc. For remote workers, a flexible workspace can serve as an HQ of sorts, where they can meet with their teams or collaborate with others in the organization. This helps create and maintain a strong sense of belonging among all workers. 

Flexibility to Scale Your Business

Additionally the flexibility that comes with this solution doesn’t only apply to workers, it can be very beneficial to your company as well. Now that business is slowly starting to pick back up, you may be considering the need to hire new employees and grow your company. 

A flexible workspace can help you scale your business by enabling you to easily add more offices whenever you need, for as long as you need. 

Flexible workspaces and executive suites can offer you the freedom you and your company need in these uncertain times. And the flexibility you find when working with these solutions can help inspire you to remain flexible yourself and find creative ways to successfully run your business. 

If you are a business looking for a flexible workspace, Lakeside Executive Suites in Weston, FL, is here to help. Reach out today to learn more about what we do and how we do it.

Five Best Podcasts You Should Be Listening to Right Now
Posted On June 17, 2019 Posted By: Jason Tiemeier

Podcasts are gaining ground in popular culture with topics that range from serial murder to sex to the mysteries of the universe and beyond. But with more than 750,000 podcasts and 30 million episodes to choose from, where do you start?

To help you save time in your day in the quest for discovery, here’s our hotlist of the five best podcasts you should be listening to right now:

1.    The Dropout (news, crime, politics)

The Dropout is about Elizabeth Holmes, America’s youngest self-made female billionaire, her rise and the plunging fall that ensued after it was learned that Theranos, her disruptive healthcare tech firm, was all based on a lie. Hosted by Rebecca Jarvis, a journalist who is known for her interviews with some of the biggest names in business and technology, this podcast takes the listener on a journey through the three-year investigation and includes interviews with investors, former patients, employees, and the deposition of Elizabeth Holmes. Available on ABC Podcasts.

2.    Monster: Season 1: Atlanta Monster; Season 2: The Zodiac Killer (crime, culture)

Season one of Monster takes a deep dive into the Atlanta child murders that happened in the late 1970s and early 1980s, looking back at the crimes, the killer, and the questions that remain. In the more recently released season two, the producers tackle the Zodiac killer, who terrorized the state of California in the 1960s and 1970s, a case that was never officially solved. If you love true crime, this is a knockout. Listen on iHeartRadio.

3.    Winnetka: A Memoir (culture, literature)

Back in the 1970s, Jessica Harper was a familiar face in feature films like Dario Argento’s cult classic Suspiria, as well as Pennies from Heaven, and Stardust Memories. Rather than writing a book, she has opted to reveal her story as an episodic podcast, named for the Chicago suburb where she grew up. Discover family secrets, social unrest in the Eisenhower era, and a genuinely fascinating chronicle of her life are set against Harper’s original musical compositions. Listen free on or Apple Podcasts.

4.    Rule of Three (comedy, culture)

Hosted by UK comedic writers Jason Hazeley and Joel Morris, Rule of Three talks to comedians and people who create comedy about things that are funny to them. The breadth and diversity of guests and the stuff they get into is brilliant, and it gives us a window into how some of the most talented comics and comedic writers of our time get inspired. Listen on Apple Podcasts.

5.    The Habitat (non-fiction, science)

Somewhere between Big Brother and Lost in Space, The Habitat is the true tale of six volunteers chosen to participate in a NASA experiment who are sent to a remote Hawaiian island to live out a year-long simulation of what it would be like to be astronauts, living in a habitat on Mars. Addictive, to say the least. Listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, iHeartRadio, and just about every other podcast service.

Lakeside Executive Suites: flexible office space in Weston, FL

Whether you listen on your commute, at the gym, or while doing repetitive tasks at work, podcasts can help you get through the day and learn a little along the way. Need more inspiration on productivity, business, or recreation in Weston, FL? Drop by for a tour today and let us show you how we can help.

Five Tips to Maintain a Healthy Relationship with Social Media
Posted On March 26, 2019 Posted By: Jason Tiemeier

The rise of social media has changed the way we view the world. More than 70 percent of Americans are actively engaged on at least one social platform, but if we’re talking about millennials, that number climbs to about 98 percent.

In business, these numbers are too significant to ignore. If every customer you want to reach is on social, it stands to reason you want to reach them in that way. It’s part of your marketing strategy, it helps you generate new leads, and it’s a way to stay on top of the competition.

And what about your personal social profiles? Everybody’s got a few. The average person in the United States maintains seven social profiles. At the end of the day, that’s a lot of time spent on social. At some point, if you don’t get a handle on it, it’s going to start to affect your real-world, terrestrial life.

But how do you turn away when there’s so much going on all the time?

The truth is, turning away will do you, your relationships, your productivity, and your psyche a lot of good. The problem is, that’s easier said than done.

Here are our five top tips for maintaining a healthy relationship with social media:

1.    Schedule your daily social media time

Determine a set amount of time to update your pages, post content, and respond to messages on social. Set the timer on your smartphone and don’t ignore it when it goes off.

2.    If you really want to talk to your friend, call them

Along with being a super-computer, a CMS, and a fabulous camera, your smartphone is actually an excellent tool for making phone calls. Miss that person? Give them a call! Don’t have their phone number? They’re probably not your friend.

3.    Disable social notifications

Notifications are a great way to kick your social media anxiety into high gear. In your settings, you’ll find that you can disable them. This way, you can check in during your allotted time (see #1) and otherwise just get on with life.

4.    Embrace the moment

Authenticity is cool. Authenticity is all about being who you are. However, you can’t be authentic if you’re always focused on what other people are doing. Take the time to revel in your own life. Make your own moments. Because there is nothing more authentic than just being yourself.

5.    Choose your social platforms wisely

In business, as in life, there’s no point in investing time into something that you’re not going to get any value from. Having too many social profiles dilutes your efforts, and if you aren’t active on them, it could actually do more harm than good. Choose the platforms that are most beneficial to you and delete the rest.

Do you have any great tips for maintaining a healthy relationship with social media? We’d love to hear about them! Drop by Lakeside Executive Suites for a tour and get some honest-to-goodness face time.

Why Larger Companies are Choosing Coworking Spaces
Posted On March 17, 2019 Posted By: Jason Tiemeier

Since their first appearance in the 1990s, coworking spaces and shared workspaces in general, have been disrupting the way we all get things done.

The fact is, many of the world’s top corporations, GM, IBM, and Microsoft among them, are renting coworking space. In 2018, big companies like these accounted for 30 percent of coworking’s monthly business.

Here are some of the reasons why larger companies are choosing coworking spaces today:

Coworking is more cost-effective for larger companies

Per square foot, a coworking membership is far less expensive than traditional office space

With more and more of the workforce opting to work outside of the office, coworking spaces are seen as a more viable choice, financially.

Coworking memberships give companies a way to offer their employees the tools and support they need without having to allocate permanent office space, workstations, parking spaces, and so on. It is also an easy way to scale up or down as the need dictates – and you’ll never have to worry about not having enough office space – or having a bunch of empty offices.

Coworking offers a better workplace experience

Trends aside, studies show that more than half of all employees of enterprise companies are looking for new jobs. Gallup’s State of the American Workplace found that 85 percent of enterprise employees are disengaged at work.

These alarming statistics are, in part, urging large companies to find ways to offer their employees a better workplace experience. Coworking spaces contribute to company culture in a positive way and chances are, if an employee is happy in their workspace, they may stay in their jobs longer.

Coworking offers proximity to innovation

With a booming gig economy, top talent is getting harder and harder to nail down. Coworking spaces, especially those that cater to the tech sector, are a hotbed of talent, giving larger companies easy access to the innovation they so dearly seek.

The collaborative element is so prevalent in coworking spaces that it’s relatively easy to connect with talent this way. Along with the cost savings and vibrant atmosphere, it’s a way to add value without taking on the expense of recruitment and full-time payroll.

Coworking helps large companies expand into new markets

For companies looking to expand into new territory, a coworking space provides a way to establish a base of operations and test the waters quickly. Companies save time by not having to secure office space in advance, and they save money by not having to invest in technology or other office amenities. It’s a turnkey situation from which just about every corporation can find benefit.

Are you interested in touring our coworking space? We’d love to show you the finer points of what we do. Drop by for a tour of Lakeside Executive Suites in Weston, FL, and let us show you how we can help.

Closest places to Florida to see fall foliage
Posted On November 16, 2018 Posted By: Jason Tiemeier

While we’ve got pretty much the best of everything here in Florida, one of the things we miss out on is the riot of color that the fall foliage brings to the northern climes. However, there are a few places within easy driving distance where you can drink it all in while it lasts – and some of them are right here in our state!

If you are hoping to experience the beauty of autumn foliage, we’ve got you covered. Head for the hills! Higher elevations bring cooler temperatures and that’s what nature needs to get those reds and oranges going.

Here are some of our top picks for the closest places in and around Florida for fall foliage:

Torreya State Park

Just west of Tallahassee you’ll find Torreya State Park. Its high bluffs overlook the Apalachicola River whose slopes are replete with Acer maples, sweetgum, and sourwood trees. Late October is the time to go if you want to experience fall color here in all its splendor. Note that currently the park itself is closed due to storm damage from Hurricane Michael, but surrounding areas of Bristol are still accessible to traffic.

Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park

Traveling south from Tallahassee, you’ll find plenty of maple trees in full regalia at Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park. Boat tours are available too, where you’ll be able to see the sights while touring some of the state’s deepest freshwater springs and discover places where dinosaurs used to roam free.

Ormond Scenic Loop and Trail

Here, you’ll get the best of the fall season in a uniquely Floridian way: imagine seeing colorful trees, dolphins, manatees, and whales all in the same excursion! The 30-mile loop takes you through some of the state’s oldest forests as well as pre-civil war plantations, lagoons, and more. Storm advisories recommend checking road closures before setting out.

Out-of-state fall foliage destinations

If you’re up for a slightly more ambitious excursion, you can always venture out-of-state. North Carolina, Georgia, and parts of Alabama are gorgeous in the fall – and what better excuse is there to get out of town and explore the majesty of the season?

Asheville, NC, in the western part of the state, is well-known for its fall foliage. The Blue Ridge Mountains and the Great Smoky Mountains feature 6,000-foot elevations, supporting one of the longest fall color seasons in the country. With a window that lasts up to five weeks or more, you’ve still got plenty of time to plan a long weekend trip.

If you’re looking for a little urban adventure to go with your nature-tripping, try Atlanta, GA, on for size. The landscape surrounding the city is blazing with color right now and you can spend your evenings discovering Atlanta’s nightlife or culinary scene.

Lakeside Executive Suites is dedicated to supporting local businesses in Weston, FL, with flexible office solutions that answer every need. Drop by for a tour today and find out how we can help you get things done.



Great customer service is essential. Here’s how to do it right!
Posted On February 7, 2018 Posted By: Jason Tiemeier

One thing is for sure – it’s easy to tell when a company wants your business and when it doesn’t. Customer service is the business equivalent of a sincere, mutually beneficial, caring relationship. When it is genuine, you know it. When it’s not, well, you know that too.

Some companies, small to medium-sized companies especially, may not even realize where they are falling short until it’s too late. And if you lose one customer to a misunderstanding or customer service oversight, it can ricochet into something much larger.

Customer service is always important but especially important when things go wrong for the customer. When they do, you need to be prepared to handle it in such a way that lets your customer know that you really do care. In the age of ratings, reviews, and social proof, this takes on even greater importance as one customer slighted can reverberate that negativity into the foreseeable future.

If one of your resolutions in this new year is to up your game to take you to a new level of success, this article is for you. Here are three actionable tips to help you make your new customers happy and keep your existing ones coming back for more:

1. Make customer satisfaction #1

The truth about customer service is that you don’t often get a chance to redeem yourself once things have gone south. Make sure that your customer experience is easy, intuitive, and responsive to avoid frustration. Resolve to fix any issues before you let the customer off the phone – because bad reviews can’t be removed and it may impact your business for years to come. Long wait times for support, a lack of empathy for the problem, and ambivalent support representatives are fuel for the fire. Ensure that the process of finding answers and getting help is an easy process for the customer.

2. Strive for clear and consistent communication

There is nothing more exasperating than having to repeat yourself several times in order to get the message across to the right person. If you have several people fielding support, ensure that your customer’s needs are understood before they are forwarded to a support agent. Alternately, if you outsource your support, map out an omnichannel solution so that each representative can view the result of the customer’s previous calls.

3. Waive return fees on defective equipment

It happens occasionally: you purchase a product, but when it arrives it simply does not work. It should be a simple case of return and replace. If this happens, don’t take it out on the customer by charging them return fees, restocking fees, repair fees, or asking them to pay for shipping. Regardless of what happened, it’s not their fault. Go the extra mile to ensure a seamless, easy return process. Sure, you will have to absorb the cost, but it really comes down to the cost of doing business. Guaranteed you will get it back many times over in customer loyalty if you do the right thing, so don’t gripe about it.

Do you have a customer service story you can share? We’d love to know what you do to keep your clientele coming back for more! Lakeside Office Suites in Weston, FL, is dedicated to supporting our small business tenants with flexible office solutions to help them grow. Drop by for a tour, or call today to find out more.

The Entrepreneurship Toolkit: A Beginner’s Guide
Posted On October 18, 2017 Posted By: Jason Tiemeier

Being an entrepreneur isn’t for everybody. However, for a motivated self-starter with big ideas, it could be the gateway to a bright future.

Getting there is a process, however. You must have a good understanding of what you’re good at, and it needs to be a viable service or product that solves a problem for an identifiable audience.

The good news is, you don’t have to have a business degree to be successful as an entrepreneur. But you will need a strong backbone and be willing to take a few risks.

Still unsure about whether entrepreneurship is right for you? Let’s look at some of the things you’ll need to figure out before you take the plunge:

1. What are you passionate about?

In the same way that an author shouldn’t write about subjects they know nothing about, you shouldn’t be in business if you’re working with a product or service you have no interest in or don’t understand. Of course, not all passions have business potential. Ask yourself:

– What subject do I know a lot about?
– What are my strongest skills?
– In a perfect world, what kind of work would I be doing?
– If you were to write a book, what would it be about?
– Have you got any hobbies that would translate into a business?

If the answers to any of these questions overlap at all, you just might be on to something. If you are widely considered to be an authority on wine, for instance, perhaps you should be in the business of wine consultation, becoming an online wine merchant, or developing an app that will solve the problems of wine drinkers everywhere. Explore the viability of your concept by seeing who your competition would be and what it would take to get to their level or surpass it.

2. Decide what type of business is best for you

The next step after you’ve zoomed in on an industry or niche is to figure out what aspect of that industry is best suited to your skills, your vision of the future, and what fits best with the lifestyle you are leading or want to lead. We’ll stick with the wine niche for now:

Services: do you design wine lists or recommend wine for collectors? Do you want to offer secure climate-controlled storage for their collections? Can you broker purchases of rare wines from agencies not generally open to the public? Can you take people on tours to wine country?

– Physical products: are you passionate about wine discovery? Can you envision yourself running a boutique wine shop in your community?

– Digital products: are you a wine educator, or do you have any interest in bringing wine education to the public? You might consider doing webinars or teaching wine appreciation courses online, or you might have an idea for an educational mobile app or one that helps people organize and value their wine collections.

– Expert advice: If you have a lot to say and share about your topic, you could position yourself as an authority by writing or blogging about it, or establishing a website devoted to giving advice on the subject.

3. Identify your competition

Once you have decided on your direction, you’ll need to establish who your competitors are. Identify the top contenders and see if what you plan to do overlaps in any way. Follow them on social media, and have a good look at their demographic to discover everything you can about what they are doing right and where they are falling short.

The best entrepreneurial undertakings have something that is unique, something that solves a common problem. Ask yourself what value you are bringing to the space you are entering, and whether you would be a customer if the shoe were on the other foot. If the answer is a resounding “YES!” then you might just have a winner.

Lakeside Executive Suites in Weston, FL

If you are an entrepreneur or small business owner, we would love to meet you. Our flexible workspaces provide everything you need to be successful in today’s competitive marketplace. Call today, or schedule a tour.

3 Reasons Why Your Home-based Business needs a Virtual Office
Posted On September 22, 2017 Posted By: Jason Tiemeier

With today’s predominance of remote working, freelancing, and entrepreneurship, working from home is more common than ever before. The advantages are numerous:

  • No more commute: save on gas, reduce your carbon footprint, spend more time actually doing productive stuff rather than traveling to the office

  • Most home workers can write off some of their housing costs on their taxes, as a portion of your home is dedicated to working.

  • It offers a better work-life balance, affording you more time at home with the family.

  • It opens up the possibilities of working with companies and individuals in other cities, states, or even countries.

And there’s more, but you get the picture. If it were ten or more years ago, this wouldn’t have been possible without a lot of effort. Access to better technology and the changing landscape of global enterprise has cracked the playing field wide open, helping us in equal measures to save our sanity and save the planet while we’re at it.

However, if you’re running a home-based business, there are some drawbacks that can’t be ignored. These include:

  • Constant distractions from family and friends

  • Ready availability of time-wasting activities

  • Children or pets vying for your attention

  • Door-to-door solicitations

On the business side, there are more serious concerns:

  • You are using your home address for your business, meaning it is published and anybody can just ‘drop by’.

  • You likely have no dedicated meeting space in case you have to meet with a client or a supplier. This means you’re relegated to meeting them at a local coffee shop or another public place.

  • You can’t grow your business; if you need to hire more people, where are you going to put them?

  • You will be using your personal, mobile, or home phone for business calls, which can be an issue if you share a line with your kids or somebody else in the house.

A virtual office can effectively solve all of these issues, and help you present a more professional image to the people you are trying to impress.

What is a virtual office?

A virtual office is just about exactly what it sounds. It is a physical place, a dedicated office building with real people staffing it that can handle a short list of your most basic business tasks, including giving you a business address, handling your business mail, taking and forwarding your business phone calls, and more.

The top 3 reasons why your home-based business needs a virtual office include:

1. Present a professional image: with a dedicated business address, you will look like the serious business you are, and not just “a person working from home”. While most of your clients might not care, it may limit who you do business with if you don’t have a solid business home base.

2. Admin assistance on-demand: Have your business line answered by a real person, who can either screen your calls or forward them to you wherever you are. Accept and send mail at/from the business address, and have a virtual assistant to take care of sundry tasks when you’re busy.

3. Meeting and conference space on-demand: If you ever need to meet with a client or supplier, your virtual office can accommodate your needs with meeting room rental by the hour, by the day, or by the week.

4. Have the ability to scale as needed: if your workforce suddenly grows, a virtual office gives you flexible options, with office space on demand, coworking space, and so much more.

5. Reduce overhead: No matter if you are just one person or a team, a virtual office helps you save money on office overhead by offering many of the great benefits of a corporate office without the lease, furniture, and equipment expense.


If you are an entrepreneur, freelancer, or small business owner, you know how important it is to stay lean. A virtual office allows you to grow your business without all the expense of a conventional office space, supporting your professional development with professional office services that you can afford.

If you live and work in the Weston, FL, area, drop by Lakeside Executive Suites for a tour today. We’d love to tell you more about our virtual office services, and how they can help you increase productivity and support your professional image.

Make your Meetings More Productive
Posted On May 9, 2017 Posted By: Jason Tiemeier

Meetings are a necessary part of doing business, and essential to a team environment where there is input required from all of your colleagues. But if the mere mention of a meeting has your workforce running for the hills, maybe its time to rethink your meeting strategy. Meetings should be productive, they should encourage new ideas through discussion, and help co-workers understand what others are concerned about. However, if half of the room tunes out before its even begun, your meeting productivity is already out the window.

Here are some sure-fire meeting management tips to supercharge your productivity and maybe change the way your team comes to think of a meeting in general:

Meeting management rule #1: Be realistic.

Dont try to cover a hundred things in one hour. Having this kind of expectation always leads to the feeling that you didnt get anything done at all. Look at the key points you need to address, and focus on that.

 Meeting management rule #2: Make an agenda in advance.

Second to being realistic, having a clear agenda before you walk in is probably job one. take some time to consider everything that needs to be discussed, and prepare a list of topics to be covered, with bullets under each item to stimulate discussion. This will also help you remember to cover everything that needs to be addressed. Then, make a copy of this agenda for every attendee and have them ready at each chair when they arrive.

Meeting management rule #3: Make sure your technology works BEFORE you start the meeting.

There is nothing as frustrating and time wasting as taking 10-15 minutes to get your technology up and running. Make sure your meeting room is fully equipped with the latest technology and offers a plug and play environment so you can easily connect to devices such as a smart TV and a VOIP phone for conferencing

Meeting management rule #4: Everybody should have something to bring to the table.

Make it imperative that each person is responsible for one thing in the meeting. If its a general meeting, then assign each individual to bring an issue into the meeting they would like to discuss. This will keep them on point through the proceedings and help them feel like they are actually contributing.

Meeting management rule #5: Only invite people who need to be there.

If youre talking about finance, you dont need sales and marketing personnel in your meeting. If its about human resources, you dont need sales. Make sure the right people are at the meeting. If you only invite essential people, it will be easier to stay on track.

Meeting management rule #6: Dont stray off topic.

Sometimes its inevitable that the discussion goes off in another direction, but if you see it veering too far afield, even if its interesting and valid in a broader sense, rein it in and table it for another time. You only have so much time.

Lakeside Executive Suites: your meeting productivity headquarters

If you are a small business, entrepreneur, solopreneur or startup company in Weston, FL, and you are looking for a place to call home, give us a call today. We help small businesses thrive with flexible options such as shared office space, virtual office services, meeting room rentals, and a collaborative coworking environment that is guaranteed to drive innovation. Come by for a tour, or drop us a line.

Flexible Office Space for Your Growing Business
Posted On July 21, 2016 Posted By: Jason Tiemeier

Starting a new business can be expensive and time-consuming.  When you simply want to focus on your business, you will soon find that opening an office can be more challenging than you originally planned.  All too often, small businesses settle for a less-than-desirable location because of the up-front cost required to establish a new office.  Some of these challenges include long-term leases, purchasing of furniture, IT infrastructure, and the management of the space. Flexible office space, like Lakeside Executive Suites, makes it possible for businesses at any stage to have a professional office in a great location at an affordable rate.  Most importantly, the workspace solutions offered by flexible office spaces are turn-key and can help get your business up and running immediately with minimal cost.

Are you a startup?

Over the past 3 years, virtual office business at Lakeside Executive Suites has expanded by 30%.  When asking our clients why they decided to sign up with us, the consensus is that a PO box or a home address does not represent the level of professionalism that they are looking to portray.  With a customized virtual office plan, your business can project the professional image needed to succeed in today’s corporate environments. Services included in virtual office plans are a professional business address, mail and package receipt services, live professional answering, business support services, 24/7 access to meeting rooms, touchdown space and community café with gourmet coffee.  Virtual office plans provide highly desired flexibility to help your growing business thrive without the large office overhead or long-term contractual obligations.

Business is growing?

Your small business is growing but you are not quite ready to make the investment in a costly office build-out or a long term lease.   With a private office in a flexible workspace, your home based business or virtual office can expand to full-time workspace with flexible terms, allowing you scale your office with your growing business.  A private office space can be customized to include a fully furnished office, live professional answering service, fast & secure internet, 24/7 access to meeting rooms, business support services and community café with gourmet coffee. Making the transition from part-time to full-time office space in a flexible office environment combines the freedom of having your own office space with the convenience and benefits of being part of a community.

Need a Place to Meet?

Give your team the resources they need to succeed without breaking your budget.  Need a place to meet with your clients or your team?  You can easily schedule a day office or meeting room in a flexible office space with no monthly commitment.  On-demand meeting rooms are available by the hour, day, or week with services such as catering and notary available upon request.

At Lakeside Executive Suites, we understand the demands on today’s small business entrepreneurs.  That is why we strive to foster lasting relationships with our clients by offering workspace solutions that support their growing business.  Contact us today to learn how our flexible office space can help your business thrive.


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