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  • Access to Copier/Printers/Fax/Scan
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  • On-site Business Support & Concierge Services
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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.

Flexible Alternatives to Traditional Office Space: Coworking
Posted On May 18, 2021 Posted By: Ysel Hernandez

Many people associate coworking spaces with individual freelancers and boot-strapped start-up teams. While coworking hubs offer the ideal workspace for these workers, large corporations may also benefit from investing in coworking memberships for their remote employees.  

Statistics show that many major enterprise corporations such as Microsoft, General Electric, and Salesforce provide coworking memberships to their employees. Enterprise adoption of coworking spaces is on the rise, showing a 90% increase in utilization. (CNBC)

Increased Productivity

While working from home may offer an employee flexibility, it also offers many distractions and interruptions. Kids, spouses, and pets all compete for attention. Home-based workers can quickly lose track of time as they watch some TV, take a shower, clean the house, or cook a meal. Homes are for living in, and offices are where work happens. 

We’ve seen a lot of data lately about hybrid work being the future, a recent survey conducted by Zoom, found that 65% of respondents who have been working from home said that a hybrid work environment was their ideal work model. 

A coworking space provides employees the opportunity to work in a professional environment when needed while still giving them flexibility to work from home. Coming into the office preps the mind for work, and being surrounded by other like-minded individuals encourages focus. Higher profits are the result. 

Coworking Provides Flexibility

Traditional office space requires a lease agreement with 3-5 year terms and significant upfront expenses. Companies can reserve coworking space by the day or month. There are no long commitments or hefty deposits. If a worker takes a vacation or needs medical leave, there is no need to pay for space that isn’t in use. 

Coworking is also scalable. Companies have the option to rent private office space and meeting rooms on demand by the hour, day, week or month. Whether you need to assemble a team for a short-term project or a long term agreement, coworking offers the flexibility to grow with your business.  

Coworking Space Is Less Expensive

One of the key benefits of coworking spaces is that it is cost effective. Some workers require dedicated offices, but many do not. In today’s digital age, few people are responsible for paper files that they must keep under lock and key. Coworking provides 24/7 access to a workspace for remote workers. The spaces come ready-to-go with all the essentials, including furniture, internet connection, printing center and reception service all for a low monthly fee. If a worker needs to meet with clients they can book a private office or a meeting room. This type of work model significantly reduces overhead costs compared to a traditional office. 

Designing workflow to be compatible with a coworking environment allows businesses to save significant amounts of money. Profit margins will be much higher without the expense of traditional office space. Those savings can be pocketed or re-invested. 

Chances to Network Increase Sales

Marketing is expensive and time-consuming. The easiest and cost effective way to market is by leveraging your network. Word-of-mouth and referral clients are usually willing to pay more because they trust your reputation. These types of clients are also known to be highly loyal, which reduces your churn rate. 

A coworking space is a great place for networking.  It is easy to partner and collaborate with other members. Members who work in the same industry can team up to help tackle larger projects, and members in related fields can refer clients to each other. 

Coworking leads to increased productivity, decreased expenses, and may even bring you new clients. Lakeside Workspaces in Weston, Florida offers daily and monthly coworking options with 24/7 access, high-speed internet, and free parking. Contact us at 954-389-2511 to find out about all of the perks that we offer. 

3 Reasons to Bring Workers Back to the Office
Posted On April 19, 2021 Posted By: Ysel Hernandez

It has now been a year since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic and it seems like the emergency is slowly coming to an end. With vaccine rollout already underway, businesses are starting to think about how they can encourage workers to come back to the office. 

Despite the fact that companies have realized that working remotely can work, the role of the office continues to be as important as ever. Moving forward, companies want to continue providing the flexibility that remote work allows, while still finding opportunities to bring workers together in person. 

Employers aren’t the only ones thinking about going back to the office; employees have figured out after a year that working from home is not all it’s cracked up to be. The reality of using an inadequate space as an improvised home office was soon reflected on declining productivity, inability to concentrate fully on tasks, a slow internet connection, and many other problems that made employees actually want to come back to the office.

If you are still unsure if you should bring your employees back into a workplace environment, here are 3 reasons why you should: 

Health and Wellbeing

It is true that the pandemic made us hyper aware about our own physical health, but less consideration has been made on our overall wellbeing including mental health. A study by Columbia University looked at the experiences of people around the world and found incidences of depression and anxiety across North America, Europe and Asia. This has been linked to the lack of social connections and  the distancing we’ve had to endure. 

Work is a place where we not only can connect with colleagues, but balance our work life and home life which seems to have blended in the past year. The opportunity to come back to work at an office, even if it’s a shared workspace, provides employees social interaction, variety and the opportunity to separate work and home. 

Improved communication

The internet and Zoom has made it easy for people to communicate with one another while working from home, however, it hasn’t been able to completely fulfill the benefits of face-to-face interaction. Remote workers quickly realized that their communication wasn’t as effective as what they had in the office, and with slower home internet, video conferencing has become quite frustrating. 

Having everyone back in the office, even if just part-time,  will definitely help improve not only communication, but will help increase employee engagement, create workplace harmony, and boost productivity. 

Strengthen company culture

No matter how hard companies try to maintain some sort of connection via virtual meetings, virtual chat rooms or virtual team building activities, employees working from home may start feeling completely detached from their employers. As humans, we tend to focus mostly on what is right in front of us which makes it difficult for business owners and managers to stay engaged with every employee. 

Working in an office on the other hand makes it easy for companies to build a strong company culture, as it is way more natural to build and strengthen relationships face-to-face. For companies that have decided to reduce their office real estate during the pandemic, shared workspaces such as executive suites and coworking spaces allow them the opportunity to book a meeting room for weekly or biweekly team meetings which can help strengthen company culture. 

Working from the office is never perfect, but neither is working from home. With the right workspace and business tools, flexibility at work can be a great option to workers back to the office. Lakeside Executive Suites in Weston, Florida offers workspaces designed with the flexible business in mind. Whether you need a private office, coworking space, or meeting rooms, we can help streamline your transition back to the office. Contact us today for more information.

Why Every Home-Based Business Should Have a Virtual Office
Posted On August 20, 2019 Posted By: Jason Tiemeier

Making the move to entrepreneurship is a smart and sustainable career choice with a long list of benefits.

However, not everything about a home-based business is easy-breezy. The challenges you face revolve around privacy, productivity, professional image, and growth. These are all critical aspects of launching a company that you need to address early in the game to ensure you are ready for whatever comes next.

A virtual office is a great way to support these needs. It is affordable, flexible, and gives you some great benefits you may not have thought about.

The benefits of a virtual office for a home-based business

Running your business out of your home may seem like a smart thing to do—and it is. It saves you money on office space, you can enjoy a better work-life balance, and you can write off a portion of your mortgage or rent on your income tax return.

However, like many good things, there are issues to consider. For example:

1. Privacy. If you are using your home address as your business address, you risk compromising your privacy and that of your family.

The solution: A virtual office provides you with a professional business address so that salespeople and others who are looking for you will arrive there and not at your front door.

2. Professional image. If potential customers look up your address and find a residence, they may not see you as being well-established and professional. Plus, if you needed to have a meeting with an important client, doing so at your home may not be ideal; nor would it be if you arranged to meet them at a coffee shop.

The solution: A virtual office package not only gives you a professional business address, but you will also have access to meeting rooms when you need them.

3. Business growth. If your business grows and you need to bring on more employees, do you have the office space in your home to accommodate them?

The solution: A virtual office will give you some options in terms of administrative help, allowing you to hire support on an as-needed basis. You will also have access to a range of flexible office options in case your home office just isn’t cutting it anymore.

4. The latest technology. Keeping up with the advances in technology today isn’t easy—or cheap—but you need to stay on the cutting edge if you want to deliver what your customers demand.

The solution: A virtual office gives you access to state-of-the-art office equipment without having to invest a fortune. You can use it when you need it and not have to worry about keeping it current.

These are just a few of the reasons why every home-based business should have a virtual office. Lakeside Executive Suites offers a range of customizable virtual office packages that will answer all your business needs and support sustainable growth. Drop by today for a tour or reach out to us directly to learn more.

Creative Ways to Boost Your Productivity
Posted On February 25, 2019 Posted By: Jason Tiemeier

It’s true for everybody: some days are super-productive; and others, not so much. We all have our moments. But what if you could put a gold star on every day?

Here’s a hint: this isn’t about how technology or apps are going to make your life easier. It’s not about motivation, because that’s something you just can’t maintain—at least, not consistently. What it is about is your mindset.

The truth is, you can train yourself to switch gears at the right time and boost productivity in the process, even when motivation is in low gear. All it takes is a little practicality and some creative thinking to keep those sparks flying.

Here are our top tips on how to boost your productivity every single day:


1. Accept that you will fail

You probably know some successful people. They are that way for a reason – and it’s not because they have horseshoes or a crystal ball. What they do have is perseverance. They don’t give up, even when the going gets tough. If they face rejection, they keep trying until they get results. One of the things that makes it easy for them to keep on going is that they have a system in place for when failure looms. When it does happen, they default to their system and carry on.

How to do this:

  1. Make a list of everything you need to do to reach your target.
  2. Template those steps so you can maintain the pace.


For instance, say you are trying to land an agent or a publisher for your book. First, you would make a list of your prospects. You would then prepare your query letter and make sure your manuscript is ready to go. If you receive a rejection, you don’t linger on it, you just move on to the next name on the list.


2. Calendar your tasks

Scheduling your tasks is a helpful exercise, especially if you have several different projects on the go at any given time. It also helps to alleviate any burnout you might feel with any one task.

How to do this:

  1. Put your tasks into your calendar or to-do list.
  2. Allocate a set amount of time for each task.
  3. Set an alarm so that you switch gears after, say, a couple of hours (or whatever works for you).


When you’re aware of what you have on your plate ahead of time, you won’t be as likely to lose faith and do nothing when your momentum starts to wane.


3. Resist the urge to multitask

Multitasking may seem like a good idea and, for a while, you might actually get a lot accomplished. But it’s not sustainable. Taking on multiple tasks at once will only slow down your work on all of them.

How to do this: give each task 100 percent of your focus, and you’ll be knocking them down like toy soldiers.


Do you have any productivity tips you’d like to share? We’d love to hear about them! Reach out today to learn more about how Lakeside Executive Suites helps you get more done.


Yes, there is life after work. Or there ought to be. Here’s how to get it!
Posted On July 7, 2017 Posted By: Jason Tiemeier

It might seem a bit counter-intuitive, but people are actually more productive when they work less.

Typically, the average person who is working full-time – and this includes digital nomads, entrepreneurs, freelancers and remote workers as well as your average office employee – spends between 7 and 10 hours a day working. The higher numbers tend to refer more to the entrepreneurial types, as they dont punch a clock and will often continue to work until they cant anymore.

So, what happens to your social time, your family life, or your hobbies? If youre like many Americans, these things just might fall by the wayside in favor of getting more accomplished. Whether that decision is fueled by deadlines, finances, or simply a drive to finish what youve started, the result is the same: overworked, burnt-out, and ultimately headed for the ditch at some point.

Too much work comes at a cost, too: besides the emotional withdrawal from your loved ones and causing harm to your relationships, there are health implications too. Depression, heart disease, stomach problems, high blood pressure, hair loss, poor sleep – all of these things can happen, even to the most resilient among us.

You might be thinking: thats impossible for me. How am I possibly going to get time off or make time for myself when I have so much on my plate? The answer is simpler than you think.

Heres a few tips to help make it happen:

Make YOU part of your schedule

If you are always juggling a full calendar, think about scheduling yourself into the mix. Make a commitment not to work on weekends, or pick a day (preferably two in a row), and stick to it. Its all about setting boundaries. All you need to do is make that decision and stand by it. This will give you freedom to attend your kidsbaseball games or school picnics, or afford you some free time that you can spend with your friends doing something you love. Even if you stay at home all day watching Netflix, youre allocating time for yourself, and thats the important thing. Remember – if youre not doing well, physically, mentally and emotionally, youll be little use to anybody else.

Turn off your technology

One of the biggest obstacles to unfettered personal time is probably your smartphone. Pick a day of the week, maybe Sunday, and resolve to not look at any emails or texts, or take phone calls for any work-related purpose. Unplugging, even for a short time, releases a great deal of anxiety. If you cant manage to do it for an entire day right off the bat, try it for a couple of hours each evening, and work up from there. Youll be surprised at how much more attuned you are to things that happen in the moment, and hopefully youll realize that there is more to life than – well, you know. Work.

Get active

Make a daily habit of getting outside and connecting with your physical self. You can go for a walk or a run in the morning, or take your dog for a long walk in the evening, go to the gym for an hour a day, or join a community sporting club (but remember to leave the phone at home)!

Getting your blood pumping helps to lubricate your brain, and when you get back to work, you will feel energized and ready to take on whatever may come.

Dont give in to distraction

When youre working, focus on work. Dont get caught up in office chit chat, dilly-dally, or allow something non-work related to take your attention away from what youre doing. The sooner you get your work done, the sooner you can leave and get back to that life youve been hoping to have. Turn off your social media notifications during work hours. Delete non-work-related emails. If you can, remove all but your own chair from your office so that nobody can park their butt there and keep you from getting things done.

Lakeside Executive Suites: flexible office space in Weston, Florida

If you see yourself in any of these scenarios, youre not alone. Most of the American workforce struggles with work-life balance. But as successful and as driven as you are, you dont have to burn the candle at both ends to come out on top. If you live or work in the Weston area, drop by Lakeside Executive Suites for a tour. Our flexible and fully-equipped office spaces are dedicated to powering entrepreneurs, solopreneurs and startups to make the most of their working hours. Call today to find out more.

Tips for Building a Successful Distributed Teams
Posted On June 7, 2017 Posted By: Jason Tiemeier

With the rising prevalence of remote working, distributed teams are becoming more the norm than they ever have been in the past. For employers, it offers the opportunity to work with the most talented people they can find, no matter where they are located. For employees, it opens up a world of opportunity that is unrestricted by geography.

Like every good thing, there are always drawbacks. Accountability is a factor, as is making sure the entire team is connected, and knows who is responsible for what. In a distributed team, it is more important than ever to have a team that is united toward the same goal, but with the right leadership and transparency in communication, managing your distributed team should be a snap.

1. Communicate regularly

Make a point of holding a regular team meeting, just to make sure everybodys on the same page. This gives everybody an idea of what the rest of the team is doing, and what hurdles, if any, need to be overcome. There are several communication tools for teams to help stay connected: try Slack, or HipChat for messaging, or dive right into Skype for Business (which comes standard in Office 365 or Microsoft Exchange), or Google Hangouts to give everybody some face time. Those in leadership roles should always leave their virtual door open so that if questions or roadblocks come up, there is always a recourse.

2. Establish clear roles and responsibilities

Its inevitable that your distributed team members may have different opinions about the way certain things should to be done. In this light, its important to establish a clear definition of what everybody is doing to avoid any potential clashes and minimize conflict. Assign tasks according to expertise, so that graphic artists are working on design, and copywriters are working on writing copy, developers are writing code, and so on. This serves several purposes, in that you are building on your teams strengths, and you are building trust within the team as a whole: trust that the right people are doing the right jobs, and that if there are any problems or overlaps, they all know who to turn to.

3. Put a priority on local leadership

If a remote team lacks leadership, there is far more likelihood for attention to drift away. Having a locally-based leader on site goes a long way to building a strong local team. It also helps keep people on-task, and gives your remote workers a better understanding of the company culture in general. With strong local leadership in place, you will be building a localized culture that, in and of itself, will become a strong asset to your bottom line. It also gives the parent company a good connect point into understanding the specific culture and challenges of the area, giving them better insight into who their remote team members really are.

4. Use the right technology

Your technology should serve you well, but it should also serve your distributed workforce. Dropbox, Google Suite, Office 365 and One Drive are all great for file sharing and version control. Video conferencing should also be one of your standards, and ideally there should be one person on the distributed team who is responsible for initiating meetings, and making sure everybody is accounted for. Be mindful of time zones to make sure tasks and meetings are delivered and arrived at in a time that makes sense to everybody, and make sure everybody has a way of connecting when they need to.

5. Hire the right people

While this might be easier said than done, your first couple of hires are probably the most important. They should be able to work autonomously, and ideally, will have done some remote work before. They should be highly accountable, motivated self-starters who are responsive to communication. They should also be as open and honest as possible, as the standard they set will establish the basis for your distributed office culture.

Lakeside Executive Suites is home to Distributed Teams

Lakeside Executive Suites in Weston, FL, is a full-service flexible workplace dedicated to supporting distributed teams. Our flexible private offices, virtual offices and co-working spaces are fully equipped with modern amenities, lightning-fast internet, and everything your team needs to stay productive. Call today, or come by for a tour, and find out how easy it is to get started.

How Coworking Powers Weston’s Economy and Community
Posted On March 13, 2017 Posted By: Jason Tiemeier

Coworking has revolutionized the way people choose to work. For many, it has become the obvious choice to set up shop and get down to business. And if you’re wondering, yes, the coworking phenomenon has a place in Weston too.

Yet, many still feel skeptical about coworking; they just don’t get it. This, of course, happens among those who haven’t had a coworking experience, those that haven’t been lucky enough to walk into a space and interact with the people there and see first hand what all the rave is about.

Here’s a quick hint–it’s not the design, or the location, or the amazing coffee (although these all certainly help). It’s the people factor that draws many in and keeps them in. Simply said, coworking wouldn’t be the hit it is if it weren’t for the sense of community it consistently fosters.

And while you might be thinking that this applies only inside the walls of the physical space; that is not true. The impact coworking spaces have on the local community goes beyond providing networking opportunities and shared resources to get work done.

Here’s how coworking spaces are powering Weston’s economy and community by encouraging innovation and promoting local businesses.

These spaces are the physical manifestation of community and collaboration. Regardless of your trade, these workspaces welcome anyone and everyone, finding ways to make it easier for you or your business to succeed. Successful business, as you know, drive a healthy and strong economy.

Because they are located in the heart of neighborhoods, these spaces allow for people to easily walk or to commute via public transportation. Not only does this allow people to get to know their surrounding environments better, it also means that they are more likely to step into a restaurant or coffeeshop for a quick break, keeping the business going for many local companies.

Coworking members actively seek ways in which they can collaborate with one another and help each other out. Whether you’re an accountant needing a programmer, or a designer needing a writer, chances are you will find someone that’s a fit within your coworking community or they will know someone that knows someone. No need to outsource or hire a total stranger–it’ll be someone that will feel more of a personal bond with your project and what you want to accomplish.

If you’re not convinced yet, come check us out. We promise you’ll want to keep coming back. Find out more about coworking spaces in Weston here.


Inspiration from the Big Screen
Posted On September 3, 2015 Posted By: admin

Need an excuse to sit back, relax, and take in a good movie? Lakeside Executive Suites is about to give you four. As small business owners, we know you are always looking for ways to learn, develop, and further grow your business. Fortunately, inspiration and enlightenment aren’t limited to scholarly publications, journals, or diplomatic speeches. They can also be found on the big screen.

Recommended by Zach Cutler, contributing writer for Entrepreneur, here are 4 movies to enjoy from the comfort of your recliner, couch, or office chair that are sure to inspire any business owner.

1. Deli Man
Deli Man is a fun documentary about the rise of delis in the U.S. during the 1930s. Learn from Ziggy Gruber, a third-generation owner of the tremendously successful Kenny & Ziggy’s deli in Houston, about how to care for your business and customers. He is energetic, obsessed with high quality, and loves what he does. Overall, the movie illustrates the importance of passion and heart in business and shows that those who find their passion will find success.

2. Woman in Gold
Woman in Gold tells the story of an elderly Jewish woman who 50 years later tries to reclaim artwork taken from her family by the Nazis. She begins a long legal battle with the Austrian government to get her family’s paintings back. The movie depicts the struggle between knowing when to give up and knowing when to persevere. It is a story of strength and conviction.

3. The Wolf of Wall Street
The Wolf of Wall Street details the corruption of real-life stockbroker, Jordan Belfort. The film depicts how greed can affect your personal and professional success. This movie will remind you that there are no shortcuts to succeeding in business and in life. Take the time to grow a credible business built on solid values and ethics.

4. Boyhood
Boyhood chronicles the childhood of a young boy, and is the first to use the same actor as he aged over a 12-year period. The movie’s filmmaker, Richard Linklater, took on an industry first by carving out only 39 shooting days over 12 years. The movie was powerful and thought provoking. Take a risk to capture the attention of your consumers. Be bold, be remarkable, and be different.

Lakeside Executive Suites encourages you to find inspiration in print, film, or at our business center. Lakeside Executive Suites is Broward County’s leading choice for workspace solutions. Whether it’s a full-time office space, a virtual office, coworking 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. Come work alongside other like-minded professionals and find inspiration in our breakroom, reception area, or even the office down the hall.

Come see why Lakeside Executive Suites is Weston’s premier office space provider and the ideal choice for your business. To learn more visit us on the web at or call (954) 389-2511.


Is a Virtual Office Right for You?
Posted On June 2, 2015 Posted By: admin

As your business grows and develops, you might be faced with the tough decision to take your business elsewhere or stay in your home office. The need for a prestigious business address, 24/7 professional meeting space availability, and live phone reception service can necessitate the change from a home office to full service office space. However, there is a third option…one step in between…that might be the perfect compromise between the two workspace solutions…a virtual office. A virtual office gives you all of the convenience of a home office but with the support you would expect from a full service office space. To help you with this crucial decision for the future success and vitality of your business, following are some pros and cons of working from home and working via a virtual office.

Work from Home

Benefits: Convenience, most affordable and accessible option, work whenever-however.

Drawbacks: Lack of professional image and meeting space, hard to create home/work life boundaries, easy to get distracted.

Virtual Office

Benefits: More affordable than traditional office space, increased flexibility, professional meeting space, live phone answering service, prestigious mailing address, professional look and feel, ability to network with other like-minded professionals, ability to focus on your business.

Drawbacks: Increased cost

There are clear benefits to conducting business in a professional setting outside of your home. A virtual office makes you official in the eyes of your customers and sends a clear message that you are serious about your business. It also gives potential customers a chance to visit your office, meet with you, and feel comfortable doing business with you. It is hard to counteract the obtrusive feeling your clients feel when conducting business inside your home.

There are pros and cons to working inside and outside of your home and the key is figuring out which option works best for you. Most entrepreneurs agree that with success comes growth and with growth comes the need for meeting space and a professional look and feel. Lakeside Executive Suites in Weston, Florida has everything your business needs to make the change from a home office to a virtual office. Location, affordability, amenities, and support…..Lakeside Executive Suites has it all. From Class-A meeting rooms to live phone answering service, mail receipt and mail forwarding services, reception service, and a prestigious and convenient business address—we are the premier choice for your workspace solution.  Come see for yourself the difference you can expect with Lakeside Executive Suites.

To learn more visit us on the web at or call (954) 389-2511.

Work Commute Times on the Rise — Time for a Virtual Office
Posted On April 15, 2015 Posted By: admin

The distance between where people live and where they work is growing in most metro areas. Work days are starting earlier and commute times are getting longer as jobs are getting farther and farther away from where people live.

The new analysis of demographic and employment data completed by the Brookings Institution revealed that the number of jobs within the typical commute distance for residents of the nation’s 96 largest metro areas fell by 7 percent between 2000 and 2012. The new study also found that amongst 37 popular metro areas there was a rise in employment rate but also an increase in distance between jobs and residents.

Despite job growth in suburbs, suburban residents found themselves farther away from employment opportunities than city residents. The analysis found that 60 million suburban residents live in neighborhoods with declining proximity to jobs compared with around 33 million city residents.

Proximity to your place of employment is a very strong consideration when searching for a residence. No one wants the extra added stress of long commute times to your job. It takes a toll on your mental and physical health. The new data shows that regional economic development officials should not only make overall job growth a goal, but also consider where these jobs are going.

Fortunately, Lakeside Executive Suites is one step ahead of the game. Lakeside Executive Suites, a full-service office space provider, is conveniently located  in Weston, Florida accessible within minutes from I-595, I-75 and the Sawgrass Expressway. Your corporate headquarters, with its prime location, makes it an ideal choice for you, your clients, and your business.

A virtual office with Lakeside Executive Suites is a great way to eliminate stressful daily commute times and still have the support, professional appearance, prestigious business address, live phone answering service, and meeting space your business needs. Our virtual office packages are not only cost effective and affordable but customizable meaning you only pay for the services you need.

With the ultimate in convenience, support, and location—gain back time in your day and go virtual with Lakeside Executive Suites. To learn more about our virtual office packages and what we can do for your business, contact us at 954-389-2511 or visit us on the web at

Source: South Florida Business Journal

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