E|SPACES Hires Tiffani Moses To Lead Its Chattanooga Office

Thursday, June 14, 2018
Tiffani Moses
Tiffani Moses

E|SPACES has hired Tiffani Moses to oversee all aspects of clients’ office and meeting space needs at its downtown Chattanooga location, which opened in University Tower. E|SPACES announced Thursday that Ms. Moses will be the location manager of the new Chattanooga facility. 

“E|SPACES is all about being customizable and offering the best experience for our clients so it was important to us to have someone who is attentive to potential and current customers as soon as they walk through the door,” said Jon Pirtle, CEO of E|SPACES. “Tiffani is not only friendly and helpful but she has multiple years of experience working in management. She’s a great fit for our Chattanooga location, and we’re glad we could hire someone local.” 

As location manager of E|SPACES, Ms. Moses will coordinate day-to-day operations at the Chattanooga office, assisting clients with everything from facilitating package shipping to arranging video conferencing. At E|SPACES, customers have access to all of the amenities of a traditional office and a location manager on site without the overhead of hiring additional office administrative staff.

High-speed internet, printing, coffee and parking are all included with membership at E|SPACES, and members can work from any location. E|SPACES has office and meeting space in Belle Meade and Cool Springs in the Nashville area with future facilities planned for Franklin and Orlando.

Prior to E|SPACES, Ms. Moses gained six years of experience in the retail industry with nearly three years in management positions of increasing responsibility. She brings years of experience in leading teams, delivering effective customer service, hiring and driving sales, said officials. Ms. Moses studied at both Cleveland State Community College and UTC.


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