How To Host a Workshop in a Super Cool Conference Room

December 11, 2015 | No Comments

Are you looking for ways to build community and dialogue among your colleagues? Perhaps you would like to bring some energy and innovation back to your business? Hosting a workshop may be your answer. With the right tools, your workshop can be a worthwhile way to build your team and develop new skills to make […]

Get Your Groove Back

August 8, 2016 | No Comments

Have you been finding yourself disengaging at work? Has your attitude towards work and life gone downhill? Do you find your tolerance and patience for everyone and everything to be at an all time low? Are you always tired? Do the things that used to bring you joy now just not do it for you […]

How to Build a Business Plan for Your Small Business

June 7, 2016 | No Comments

Striking out on your own can be a freeing experience, but as with any good adventure it’s best to have a road map. A business plan isn’t just for banks or investors to read when you’re trying to secure start-up financing, it is also a roadmap that will project and outline the route your company […]

Cool Tools for the Solo Operator

April 5, 2016 | No Comments

You did it! You branched out on your own and are now a solo business owner. Congratulations! No more bosses to report to, no more competing with your office mate to get that raise. Finally you know what freedom feels like. With that freedom, however, comes the responsibility of becoming not only your own boss […]

Business Groups in Green Bay

February 15, 2016 | No Comments

Right There Waiting For You No matter what business you are in, you can’t be successful if you don’t get your brand out there for the world to see. After all, customers can’t utilize a service they don’t know how to find (or if it even exists!). Marketing your brand is an essential part of […]

How to Grow Your Business Using a Virtual Team

October 30, 2015 | No Comments

As a solopreneur or small business owner, are you thinking about growing your business? Is growing the number of people on your team the first line item you’re looking to tackle? Adding to your team increases your capacity as the owner, it provides challenges and professional development for your staff, and it can ultimately lead […]

TOO LATE! Docking Station Office Spaces Now Booked (but you can join our wait list!)

September 3, 2015 | No Comments

Private offices at The Docking Station are extremely popular with small business owners and solopreneurs, and we often have a waiting list. Like we do now. These offices become available periodically, so please contact us right away if you’re interested in taking advantage of all the perks of Docking Station membership! By becoming a Docking […]

Co-Working: Are You a Good Neighbor?

August 17, 2015 | No Comments

Setting up shop in the heart of a co-working space is ideal for a lot of entrepreneurs. You’ll find yourself surrounded by the hum of creativity and innovation, connecting with other warriors on the entrepreneurial battlefield, and taking advantage of high-bandwidth Wi-Fi and all the free coffee you can handle. But, hanging your virtual shingle […]

The 7 Deadly Sins of Coworking

February 1, 2015 | No Comments

Ok, coworking “sins” may not be deadly, but committing them will certainly cause a coworker to miss out on valuable relationships and experiences. Coworking isn’t just about sharing a workspace – it’s about being part of a professional community. To get the most out of your coworking membership, be careful not to commit these offenses: […]

The Power of “Where”

December 29, 2014 | No Comments

In just a few days, we’ll be ringing in the new year!  Most of us celebrate this fresh, new beginning by making resolutions and setting goals.  In our professional lives, our goals address what we want to do and how we plan to accomplish it, and our mission statement defines why we do what we […]