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Cleveland’s Regional Focus Gives Businesses a Leg Up

Cleveland is full of surprises. From having the largest Arts District outside of NYC, to a world-renowned orchestra, and even James Beard nominated chefs, Cleveland is one of the nation’s best kept secrets.

It’s a rocking town to visit, but Cleveland is also uniquely situated for businesses. While not known for year-round beaches, it might surprise you to know that Cleveland is less than a 2-hour flight from 15 of the nation’s largest growing cities. 

Behold, Cleveland’s awesome location – located centrally to prominent and up-and-coming Midwest and East Coast cities.

Less than a 30 minute flight to:

  • Pittsburgh
  • Detroit
  • Cincinnati
  • Columbus

Less than an hour flight to:

  • Indianapolis
  • Baltimore
  • Washington DC
  • Toronto
  • Raleigh/Durham
  • Chicago

Less than a 2-hour flight to:

  • New York City
  • Atlanta
  • Boston
  • Philadelphia
  • Charlotte
  • Nashville

Surprised? Cleveland’s central, Midwest location between New York and Chicago gives any business owner a huge advantage when working across state lines. With the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport just a 15-minute drive from downtown, and Burke Lakefront Airport in downtown, it’s easy to hop on a plane for a face-to-face meeting in Toronto or Boston.

You might just want to consider Cleveland for your next office, so you can go everywhere and move faster.

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Challenges with Remote Working

It is common to face challenges in the workplace from time to time, whether that is working on a tight deadline or finding a new way to approach a problem. When the physical workspace is removed from the equation, the current challenges remain and a new, unique set of challenges arise. These obstacles not only affect productivity, but also employee well-being in the long term. Understanding the challenges of remote work can help you identify how to create a return to office plan that will resolve the problems employees are facing.

Office Environment Benefits

At the beginning of the pandemic many companies had no choice but to work from home. Now, as things open up, many employers are determining their next steps. While several companies have found through this pandemic that it is possible to work from home, it may not be the most beneficial for their employees in the long run. Understanding the value the office space provides can help to create a more successful working environment for all.

What Does The Workspace Look Like?

Over the course of the pandemic, employees have been working from their own space in their homes. While an increasing number of employees are ready to get out of the house and back into the office, they do not seek the same things from the physical office space as they had previously. This new work-from-home environment has created new employee perspectives that have resulted in new needs. In order to have a meaningful return to office, employers must consider these new needs and redesign their spaces from what they looked like pre-pandemic.


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