SoHo Offices - When looking to locate or relocate your retail or tech company, it's your customers' or clients' perception of innovation, creativity and trend-setting leadership that matter. That's why a SoHo business address is such an immediate competitive advantage.
Internship programs bridge the gap between hiring employers and students who have recently graduated. It can be approximately compared to sampling a new product on the market, like test driving a car. This period enables companies to test whether the graduates fit their vision, as well as their current team. This gives them insight into the prospects of potential employees for the firm.
So many things should be taken into account when starting a business, and one of these is buying business insurance. It is a wise investment that protects you from significant financial losses due to claims. If the world of business can be overwhelming to some, the same holds true when it comes to insurance. With so many options and factors to consider, how can you ensure that you’re getting adequate coverage for your business? To help you narrow down the selection process, here are the top questions that you need to ask when purchasing business insurance:
Farmacology begins with determined “Farmers” trying to address (and monetize) something. Something might be an inefficiency the market has yet to address. Something might also reflect a given Farmer’s view on how to improve the human experience here on Earth. Here at the Farm in SoHo, “something” tends to be both.
The Farm is many things, but above all it’s a community of folks working alongside each other. From search engine optimizers to writers and editors to sales teams to coders and developers and even a doctor (shout out to Roman!), the Farm’s talents are diverse and worthy of sharing. This week we spoke with Polly Cui—who’ll you see below in her official Farm portrait as an old timey Farmer—about her company and mission.
In this guest post, Ahmet Tosun, CEO of social media polling platform Poltio, takes a look at the different breeds of leader and which one could be the perfect match for your business.
Not so long ago, much of New York was farmland. In 1799, Francis R. Stabile purchased Bayard’s East Farm, a sizable plot of earth at Grand and Mulberry, for a bank mortgage of $30,000. These days, the only kind of New York farm you can get for $30,000 is an artisanal dinner at a farm-to-table restaurant. Well, maybe it’s not that expensive, but I once ordered a small lentil soup that cost $26! Sorry, I digress.