Are you on the lookout for a premium yet flexible workspace? Mox.E Coworking is thrilled to announce our latest offering tailored to the dynamic needs of today's professionals: Private Office rentals. Whether you need a quiet, private space to focus on your project for a day or an entire week, including weekends, Mox.E Coworking has got you covered. Our intentional workspace and community ensure that you're not just getting a room but an environment meticulously crafted to bolster productivity, innovation, and collaboration.Read Story
Tired of missing out on important packages? Wondering what those newfangled mail regulations are all about? Well, grab your favorite beverage and let's dive into the scoop on the 2023 updates to Commercial Mail Receiving Agencies (CMRAs) regulations. It's like a makeover for your mailbox!
Alright, let's set the stage. CMRAs are those cool places that handle your mail game. Whether you're a jet-setter, an e-commerce pro, or just need a more secure way to get your letters, these agencies got your back.
CHICAGO - Oct. 7, 2021- Chicago, IL - Mox.E Women will host the first annual Mox.E Women Conference on Saturday, October 30, 2021, at Mox.E Chicago - 1449 S. Michigan Ave, Chicago IL 60605 (8:30a-2:00p)
The hybrid conference will provide empowerment training on identifying entrepreneurial vision, developing businesses for social impact and expanding missions to the community. Featured speakers include: Beth Santos, the Founder and CEO of Wanderful, a global lifestyle brand and inclusive community of thousands of travelers and travel content creators; Tammera L. Holmes, the Founder and CEO of Aerostar Consulting Corporation and Founder and Executive Director of nonprofit AeroStar Avion Institute, both of which are focused on introducing underserved and underrepresented populations to the aerospace industry; and Nicole Vasquez, the Co-Founder and Chief People Officer of Deskpass, a monthly membership service that offers affordable access to an international network of professionally managed co-working spaces and conference rooms.
Chicago Business Executive, L. Brian Jenkins, founder and President of Entrenuity, founded Mox.E on the premise of connecting, training and capitalizing women and underrepresented entrepreneurs. The state-of-the-
About Mox.E Women
Mox.E Women emerged from an envisioned world where fully empowered women are fulfilling their purpose. Launched in 2016 under the Mox.E Coworking brand, this multi-generational, multi-racial group provides a safe, sacred space where women feel supported to share their needs, step into their purpose and succeed in whatever way they define success.
About Mox.E Women Conference
Spawning from the same impetus, conference attendees will be encouraged to discover what inspires them and emerge transformed by that discovery, empowered to take control of their lives and ready to expand their sphere of influence to their larger communities.
For more information on Mox.E Women and conference registration, visit www.moxewomen.com. Virtual tickets are $30 and students tickets are $5.
Our members are the lifeblood of our space. We're serious about community, and even more serious about connection! We want our space filled with professionals and entrepreneurs that want to connect and support others along the same work journeys they themselves are on.Read Story
Not all private office rentals are made equal. Nor should they be. Every business and team have different needs and values which will influence the final decision.Read Story
In this soon-to-be post-COVID era, teams are discussing, sometimes in hushed tones, whether or not they should get together for real, in-person meetings. As the vaccination rates rise and the COVID case numbers go down, this is becoming more and more of a possibility.Read Story
CHICAGO (PRWEB) FEBRUARY 18, 2021Read Story
If you have a home-based business or service company that doesn't require a brick-and-mortar location, you may be wondering if you should get a professional business address instead of using your home address.
We know plenty of business owners that operate out of their homes, especially now! COVID-19 has sent people home for work and most work-related meetings are taking place over the phone or Zoom. It may feel natural to just your home address. It's not like anyone will show up there in person for a meeting, right??
However, you may want to consider the reality that anyone with your address can search on the internet to find out what your house looks like, how much you bought it for, and other details you may be uncomfortable with the general public knowing.
While having a PO Box may be another answer for you, we think you should consider having a professional physical address for a few reasons.
A virtual mailing address is simply an address to designate as your "office," even if you don't work out that of space. The space offering the service is a legitimate business that is registered with the Post Office as a Commercial Mail Receiving Agency (CMRA). They are legally allowed to let other businesses use their address (usually with a unit or box number) as that's business's mailing address. For instance, Mox.E is a CMRA and processes all the mail for local businesses who want to take advantage of their professional location.
Having professional image is key to maintaining trust and credibility with your customers and network. If people are even vaguely familiar with the city you are located in, they will know the difference between certain streets and parts of town. The more prestigious your mailing address (near a financial district or a recognizable street), the better your brand image. This will, in affect, make your business look good!
This is why we chose the South Loop in Chicago as our co-working location. It's near downtown and is in both an affluent neighborhood but also close to McCormick Center, a "center" for commercial activity and commerce.
We have a great address on Michigan Avenue (who hasn't heard of Michigan Avenue??) and we want to share the impact of that address with other small businesses.
Your address will be tied to a real, physical commercial entity, not a PO Box inside a Post Office. You can also receive all types of mail (like FedEx, packages, etc...) instead of just being limited to the USPS mail.
You can also use this address for filing your corporation, LLC, tax return, or other legal processes.
Additionally, if you move away from your house, it doesn't change your business address. You can always keep the same address and not worry about having to forward mail each time you relocate.
Many virtual mailbox providers will include access to a virtual platform so you can see what mail is coming in. This is a huge benefit because it means someone else is processing your mail and all you have to do is decide what to do with it.
On Mox.E's platform, every single mail item is uploaded to our customers' portal and the customer decides how they want it processed: throw out the junk mail, hold mail for pick up, open and scan, forward to another address, or sent special instructions. A platform like this not only gives you a mailing address, but also saves you time and money by taking mail processing off your hands.
Did you know that often these platforms also provide Live Receptionist and Phone Answering services? If necessary, you can expand from just using the virtual mail service to a full virtual office!
Sometimes you will need to get off Zoom and meet in person with your team or clients. Since your address is tied to a professional work environment, it makes it a natural place to request clients to meet with you instead of a noisy coffee shop.
At Mox.E, we have several enterprise-level conference rooms to utilize, plus we have the benefit a craft coffee shop right below us. It's a win win for everybody!
And not only will you get the benefit of having access to meeting space, but in a co-working environment you will get to participate in networking events and opportunities for you to connect with other professionals.
You need to decide for yourself.
Consider these questions and decide if a professional virtual mailing address is the right thing for you.
If you are, and are interested in having an address in the South Loop of Chicago, we'd love to be the service for you! You can read more about our service and pricing here.Read Story
We're pretty excited that Overflow Coffee is finally going to be open for full-time business starting this Friday, February 19th! Overflow is a long-time resident of the South Loop and judging from the response to their soft openings (and only announced on Instagram), the community is ready to welcome them back! They, along with Mox.E, have been closed from operations since April 2019. Since then we all have been working on getting this new building up and running. The renovations are done, their new website is live, and now it's time for some coffee and celebration!Read Story