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About Robert Lee

Digital Marketing Manager

The Two Directions of Business Growth

Every business needs customers.

These are the people that purchase your products and services. Without them your business would fail and in order to grow your business you need more of them.

There are two directions that businesses take to gain more customers. They extend the boundaries their current office serves or they open branch offices […]

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The Field Office Solution

Many businesses look to field offices to extend their location coverage and become more convenient for clients and employees.

Opening a field office is an attractive alternative to allowing employees to tele-commute while still allowing the employees to work closer to home in a professional office environment and at the same time allow your company to […]

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It’s Called ‘Luck’ For a (Wrong) Reason

Luck: good fortune; advantage or success, considered as the result of chance.

We all know of someone that has luck finding them. What we often miss, besides the obvious really good luck such as a lottery win, is the effort and perseverance that preceded the lucky event.

I’m a firm believer, and you are too I’m sure, […]

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The Downtown Oshawa Business Point Advantage

Downtown office locations offer a workplace vibrancy that is not available in most locations and downtown Oshawa is no exception.

Dozens of restaurants allow for a fast lunch break with a wide variety of options. Local retail stores provide a shopping opportunity after work that cannot be compared with smaller outlying office locations.

Public transportation is on […]

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Limit Yourself To Do More

It may seem to be an oxy-moron but by imposing limits on yourself you can actually free yourself to greater accomplishments.

The things you need to do:
• Avoid distractions
• Schedule realistic time periods for the task at hand
• Work in a quiet environment
• When time is up evaluate your progress

Reaching goals requires planning but even more importantly it requires follow-through.

When […]

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Use The News To Make Contact

It’s fair to say that maintaining contact with your current, past and future clients is of utmost importance. Keeping an open channel of communication coupled with regular contact keeps your products and services foremost in their minds.

You have plenty of choices of preferred channels to keep the conversation going which should reflect the methods that […]

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Follow-up For Success

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Productivity: Manage Your Inbox

Is email simply a tool you use for communication or is your inbox running your business?

All too often we fall into the habit of creating our daily to-do list based on the messages we have waiting rather than managing the real priorities that our business requires.

You can increase your productivity by avoiding your […]

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How To Use: Social Media

How is your Social Media exposure these days?

With so many ways to connect with customers online you want to be sure not to spread yourself too thin and allow for actual conversations to take place between yourself and current and future clients.

If you’re just starting out or you are re-evaluating where your efforts […]

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Low Cost Business Office Expansion

One of the biggest obstacles to expanding your business is the cost of space.

The second, sometimes overlooked expense, is the addition of the office equipment and furniture that you need to run your business.

Business Point offers a low-cost solution to your expansion fears: furnished office space.

When you expand your business into one of our Business […]

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