There was a time in business when the big corner office — the one with the ergonomic chair, the L-shaped desk, the credenza and the nameplate on the door — was the crown jewel of the workplace.
The plan was simple: Work hard, pay your dues and then get the reward of a big office.
For many of today’s professionals, that plan is no longer sustainable.
Technology and smaller profit margins have closed many of those stuffy executive suites and torn down the walls of many cubicle farms. For many, business is now done from a remote location.
That means working from a noisy coffee shop or trying to find motivation in a home environment.
ThinkOffice Hilton Head is offering professionals and businesses a better alternative.
Freelancers, mobile workers, startups and other entrepreneurs can create a personalized work environment without all the overhead associated with traditional office buildings.
Spaces can be rented by the day, week or month.
Rent includes parking, wireless internet, an individual postal address and 24-hour access to a printer, a copier, a scanner, two conference rooms, storage lockers and a kitchen with free coffee and cappuccino.
“We are hoping to continue Hilton Head’s growth and development while helping jumpstart new businesses along the way,” ThinkOffice Hilton Head founder Marc Frey said. “Hilton Head is thriving with inspiration, but sometimes you need a boost, and a place, to get your creative mind flowing. ThinkOffice Hilton Head has that.”
ThinkOffice Hilton Head spaces for rent include:
- ThinkStation: Semiprivate, individual desk with a large window.
- ThinkOffice: Private, individual office with a large window.
- ThinkCorner: Private, individual office for two with two large windows.
“We know the Lowcountry in and out,” project manager Hope Falls said. “One of the benefits of working at ThinkSpace Hilton Head is that we will direct you to the best business accelerators in the region. We can connect you to anybody you need to know, from architects to Zen masters, bankers to webmasters. No matter what you need, chances are, we know the best in that field. That is the power of coworking that makes things happen.”
ThinkSpace Hilton Head is located on the south end of the island at 52 New Orleans Road, just off the Sea Pines traffic circle. The third floor suite of workspaces are situated next to two publishing companies and the building is walking distance to restaurants, bars, gas stations, banks a barber shop and a Wi-Fi friendly park. For the out of towners, many major resorts are less than five miles away. Coligny Beach is close by.
Spaces can be booked online at www.thinkofficehiltonhead.com. You can also use the website to book a tour.
“With its prime location and flexible rental options, ThinkOffice Hilton Head is the perfect workspace anybody, from vacationers to residents,” Falls said.