You have probably heard or said at least once, “there are no seasons in Florida.” The truth is there are seasons, and sometimes all in the same day! From May through October it is not uncommon to have a brilliant bright sunny day that ends in a mini monsoon. If you have lived for any length of time in Tampa, you might even welcome the rains at this time because the temperatures suddenly dip and it can be a refreshing respite from the heat.
According to the Meriam-Webster dictionary Feng Shui is a Chinese geomantic practice in which a structure or site is chosen or configured so as to harmonize with the spiritual forces that inhabit it; also orientation, placement, or arrangement according to the precepts of feng shui. Feng shui literally means “wind and water.” Even if you don’t adhere to Chinese spiritual beliefs of yin-yang, there is something to be said for balancing the energy in your office space, thereby producing a more productive, creative and motivating work environment.
Continue reading “5 Feng Shui Office Space Tips for Creativity and Efficiency” »
On Saturday, June 4, 2016, Abe Brown Ministries held their 5th Annual Abe Brown Legacy Golf Tournament. Anthony “Booger” McFarland, a two-time winner of the Super Bowl, hosted the sold-out tournament at the Innisbrook Resort’s newly restored Copperhead Golf Course. Booger is a college football analyst for SEC Network, the 24/7 multi-platform network devoted to the Southeastern Conference and operated by ESPN.
Continue reading “Office Space Brokers Tees Off with Abe Brown Ministries” »
Whether you have an in-house CFO or you outsource for your financial services, it’s crucial to know just how much to set aside in the budget for your office space needs.
Continue reading “Office Space Search Basics Every Business Owner Must Know” »
When looking for office space in the Tampa Bay area, it’s important to understand how the market is doing. This not only impacts your search, but also your future lease. A low inventory of market space is the current pulse of the market, meaning what used to be a more Tenant-friendly market has now shifted gears and is becoming more favorable for Landlords. According to research done by Colliers International, they have found that Tampa Bay’s office occupancy rate continued to rise as a result of the area’s job growth, economic expansion and market vibrancy over the past 24 months.
Continue reading “Pulse of the Tampa Bay Office Space Market” »