The Concierge Office Suites Celebrates Their 10th Anniversary

Friday, September 30, 2016

The Concierge Office Suites celebrates 10 years of business ownership with Denise Reed on Saturday.

"Freedom seeking, business focused clients have worked with the firm since the founding of the company in 1995. The Concierge Office Suites service packages have evolved to meet the needs of the current market and include private office rental, virtual office positioning, business event rental and virtual staff support. Clients walk in the door with freedom and focus on their business instead of managing office space," officials said.

Ms. Reed purchased the established business in 2006 and has been successful with both private office and virtual office clients, winning several business awards and serving on several not-for-profit boards during her career. According to Inc., only four percent of businesses make it 10 years.

The 5,500 square foot suite is located in the Republic Centre on the sixth floor. Private offices enjoy views of downtown Chattanooga and Lookout Mountain with internet and assigned monthly parking spaces within a block of the building, have access to a staffed lobby, private breakroom, business lounge, vlogging office for DIY video and two professional meeting spaces available for booking business meetings.

Officials said, "The Concierge Office Suites is a prime place for business entrepreneurs in Chattanooga or those wanting to position their business in the hub of the South, a two-hour drive from Nashville, Knoxville and Atlanta. Business travelers who want a laid back life now have direct flights to New York, Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta, D.C., Charlotte, Dallas, and other cities. An added private office bonus is access to the private fine dining club on the 21st floor of the building. There’s a reason its middle name is 'concierge.' The firm serves over 80+ companies from this Chattanooga hub." 

One of the ways The Concierge Office Suites is celebrating their anniversary is by offering a Buy One Hour, Get One Hour promotion for meeting spaces during their traditional office hours. The suite has a conference room with a smart TV equipped with Skype that seats eight guests and also a board room that seats four guests. This promotion will run until Oct. 31, in celebration and gratitude of their anniversary. 

The Concierge Office Suites has also made some changes in virtual staff support with the addition of Toni Craw, whose background is in bookkeeping, administrative work, and customer service, and Courtney Morales, whose background is in writing, editing, and social media marketing. Both these business professionals live and work in Chattanooga, sharing their local business experiences with clients.

"The Concierge Office Suites and its staff look forward to another decade of service," officials said.


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