Daytona Beach, Florida (386) 506-8022

Melbourne, Florida (321) 405-1083

New Location – Historic Downtown Melbourne Florida

If you are following us on social media, you may have seen some posts about our new location in Historic Downtown Melbourne, Florida. This location officially opens this Friday, February 1st, and we are incredibly excited about this new venture for several reasons.

We are a Family Business.

One of our own will be running the day to day of Work Webb Melbourne. Our eldest daughter, Kady Webb is moving to Melbourne and joining the Work Webb team as the office manager of the Melbourne location. She recently graduated from college and is very excited about being a part of the family business, and so are we!

Historic Downtown Melbourne

Another Historic Downtown

We love the historic feel of our Daytona Beach office, and that environment continues to our new location. Historic Downtown Melbourne is a charming part of the city with a history that dates to the 1800s. In recent years it has become the destination for locals and travelers, alike, who are looking for a quaint and historic town for shopping, dining, and entertainment. The downtown has a packed event calendar, and we are excited to feature them in our What’s Happening Around Work Webb blog series. Sign up to learn about these events hosted in Melbourne on our website blog.

A Great Building

We love our Kress Building, and our new location is just as charming. Work Webb Melbourne is located in a  fully renovated 120-year-old former hardware and farm supply store. The office décor has an industrial feel and is very welcoming. Here are some photos:

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Surrounded by Great Food

There are some fantastic restaurants new our Melbourne office.  Hell n Blazes is a place that we have frequently visited. They are a family-and-friends microbrewery known for traditional brews as well as the adventurous spirit that defines craft beer. Their website boasts, “Consistently pouring 12-18 unique house beers, with a 25-bottle wine list, the taproom pairs the old Florida lifestyle with the comfort of your own living room!”

There is also a wine and art gallery, The Living Room and Pan-Asian eatery called Mangetsu located in Historic Downtown Melbourne. As we try out more of the restaurants, we will post about them on social media (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest) as well as our blog. The Facebook page for Melbourne Main Street is a good source of information too, follow them here to learn more.

2019 has started with a bang of excitement!

 

Revolution of the Traditional Office

The traditional office is in the middle of a revolution.  I have read several articles lately questioning the conventional office environment, its hours and work performance.  It seems that society is asking questions like, “is it really necessary to sit in an office from 9 to 5 to do my job?” This traditional 9 to 5 environment sometimes creates less productive, unhealthy and unhappy employees. Employees that are unhappy are not optimal for any business. Some businesses are re-evaluating the traditional office environment and researching if remote working can fit their particular industry.  The traditional office seems to be going through a revolution and may go the way of the pager, fax machine & home phone. Here are three reasons I think society will ditch the traditional office environment and a combination of shared office solutions and collaborative work spaces will be the next big thing.

  • Technology. Technology is the reason the work world is very different today.  It has created jobs that did not exist a few years back.  Technology along with the internet has connected the home office to the traditional office.  The restrictive and dated definition of going to the same office every day from 9 to 5 does not work for every industry in today’s world.  Technology has made this change and it is the reason collaborative work space and shared office solutions are a growing trend.
  • Reduced Overhead Costs.   Businesses using collaborative work spaces do not have to pay to maintain a typical office which significantly reduces overhead costs.  No building to own or rent, maintain, insure, clean, furnish add up to huge savings for businesses.  Employers can have the best of both words by renting office space just for the time a traditional office setting is needed.  These types of shared office solution companies are becoming more commonplace.
  • Improved Attendance and Retention. Remote employees have more control of their schedules freeing them up for other important activities.  Having more freedom can make individuals happier in their employment.  Happy employees get sick and call in less often.  Honestly, who has not called in just because they didn’t want to get out of their PJs?  Working remotely provides employees the option of staying in their PJS and still getting the job done. Employers will save money on sick days and have a lower turnover rate in their company. Happy employees do not leave. Everyone wins.

There is no downside to revolutionizing the traditional office. Quite frankly, it’s about time.  Having control of your schedule reduces stress and starts the process of being a happier worker. Work Webb may be the local missing piece to finding a better working environment. Work Webb provides big city shared office solutions in historic downtown Daytona Beach. Call today to schedule and tour and visit our web site here for pricing.

Coworking Works at Work Webb: Work in a collaborative area or select from our private or semi-private offices for rent.

Why Shared Office Solutions Is Catching On

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I let people borrow stuff all the time.  Picture Frames?  Sure. I have many.  Dancer Dust?  Sure because really, no meal is complete without some Dancer Dust.  Office Space – Why yes!  We have expanded our space in the Kress building so we can accommodate the growing trend of “borrowing” office space or providing shared office solutions.  I see more and more articles online on how shared office solutions is a growing trend.  It’s refreshing to know we were ahead of the game when we started #WorkWebb.

If you have not considered the option of shared office space as a solution for your business, here is a list of why you need to:

  1. Reduces expenses. Not having to maintain an office is a huge reduction of expenses. Let us worry about this while you just get your work done.
  1. No need for multiple offices. Traveling to Daytona Beach, Florida for work and need a place to work? Work Webb is a professional environment to meet clients or just get some work completed with access to snacks, coffee, and great company.
  1. Support Local Business. Using Work Webb will support a local, small business and help bring back life to downtown Daytona.
  1. No Commitment. No lease required. Period.  Having commitment issues is no problem for Work Webb. We have options to fit every need so businesses can give Work Webb a trial run to see if it is a good fit. We offer daily, weekly, and monthly office rental plans at Work Webb.
  1. Supplies Included. Everything needed for a day, hour, or week in the office is supplied so you can be productive without compromising your professionalism.  Our facilities have everything you need to get your next project up and running in an elegant, peaceful, productive environment.
  1. Emergency Needs. On vacation in Daytona Beach and something important comes up and you need a professional office? Yes, we can help.

Contact us today to schedule a tour or inquire about office space for rent at Work Webb at the historic Kress building in Daytona Beach: (386) 506-8022

Professionals Take Note: Holding a Business Meeting in a Coffee Shop Will Screw Up Your Game Plan (and Your Profit)

Turns Out Coffee Shop Meetings Can Hurt Your Business. Here’s How…

OK, this is a unique PSA, but here goes: Are coffee shops hurting your business? 

If you sometimes hold meetings in a public place, like your area coffee shop or café rather than an office or meeting room environment – this blog post (or warning, I should say) is for you… (more…)

Daytona Beach Office Solutions: Work Webb at the Historic Kress Daytona

An Office and Workspace Solution That Suits Your Unique Professional Needs

Many small businesses find that a permanent office space may not be right for them, citing high overhead and other unseen operating costs down the road. Work Webb in Daytona Beach offers all the amenities you need at a professional office and the resources to make your next meeting or conference work. Skip the packed coffee shops and noisy restaurant environments that can get in the way of meaningfully connecting with your clients. (more…)

Rent a Conference or Meeting Room and Grow Your Business

“Meeting” a Certain Standard: 3 Ways a Conference or Meeting Room Rental Can Grow Your Business

Most start-ups, independent entrepreneurs, and budding small business owners can’t afford a private office just yet; and for many industries and professionals, sometimes a full time (even a part-time) office isn’t really needed. This poses a problem when the need for a conference or meeting room arises, and your kitchen table won’t cut it. (more…)

What Our Clients Say

Jeff S

I had to find a place to work while visiting Daytona Beach. I needed a quiet place where I could take some conference calls, and stay on top of my emails. The team at Work Webb were extremely friendly and set me up in a beautiful office for 4 days. I had everything I needed (including fast internet), and I was steps away from coffee and restaurants. The whole experience was wonderful, and I would certainly use them again the next time I’m in town. Highly recommend!

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Daytona Beach

140 South Beach Street . Suite 310 . Daytona Beach, FL 32114

Phone: (386) 506-8022 . Fax: (866) 365-7793 . E-mail: scheduling@workwebb.net

Melbourne

1002 East New Haven Avenue . Above Hell ‘n Blazes Brewery . Melbourne, FL 32901

Phone: (321) 405-1083 . E-mail: schedulingmlb@workwebb.net

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