WordPress is the most popular website platform and content management system in the world. Did you know that over 30% of all websites in the world are powered by WordPress? It’s an impressive market share. But WordPress doesn’t come without headaches.
The process of creating and sending cards is a huge part of our culture here at Office Divvy. Specifically, cards are an element of our culture of care. It’s an opportunity for us to step back, think about the receiver, and create a moment that’s special and meaningful. It matters a lot to us when our cards matter to someone else.
Receiving this email from someone you love and respect, who is a client, a colleague, and a friend makes us feel so good about we do for people.
Let’s admit: We all walk around with ready-to-go formulas in our heads to communicate with others. We learn this because we need openers and closers for conversations, acknowledgments that events have occurred, and reflexive formalities to keep communication moving.
Here are some things we’re doing at Office Divvy to operate responsibly during Covid 19 while at the same time keeping optimism up.
Like so many others, we were heartbroken by the killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor.
30+ high-school interns have worked at Office Divvy over our 12+ years. Michelle started with us, took a break and then returned. We are fortunate to have her.
If you’re an entrepreneur, freelancer or small business, chances are you do a lot of work from home–and we congratulate you, because for a lot of people that’s living the dream. But are you thriving that way?
Every business, ideally before its birth, if not during its infancy, has to decide one thing: Where will it be located. You need an address to file a business entity, to open a bank account, to register domain names, get business licenses, tax and permits, for invoicing and billing, receiving checks, and being placed on Google, phew! And that’s just to start.
Sometimes it’s impossible to peel away from work. But Blogs, Podcasts, bumper stickers all say we should. If you could give an hour over to a class or workshop during the work day, what would it be?