Generate extra revenue for your cafe by hiring out useable space to professionals in your neighbourhood.
Adjust, improve and optimise: a guide to filling your commercial space often and consistently. Congratulations on your new Occupyd listing, you're one step closer to making the most use of your space. Now you think to yourself "I've spent time setting up this listing, when does the money start rolling in and is there … Continue reading Optimising your Space Listing on Occupyd.com
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1) Make money If you have any chairs in your salon sitting (excuse the pun) unused, then you're leaving money on the table. There are plenty of hairdressers out there who are self-employed and looking for a space to work. They may bring in their own clients or there may be enough passing trade that … Continue reading Three reasons to rent out your unused salon chairs
Four in 10 people in Britain now run at least one business alongside their primary job, a new study has found. The popularity of so-called 'side hustles' has grown with the rise of the internet and social media which allow anybody to build a brand and promote a product online. If you have a love … Continue reading Turning your love of food into a side hustle
A picture says a thousand words When you create a listing, one of the best opportunities you have to make it stand out is the photos that you upload. In the Instagram world that we live in, people rely on photos to make decisions and they expect a degree of quality. One of the worst … Continue reading Selling Your Space to Prospective Occupiers
Your own workspace is the ultimate aim of many creatives and makers. Space to get your hands dirty, spread out and work on new projects and grand plans. There is more than one way to achieve this though and as the sharing economy has proven, banding together can get you where you want to go … Continue reading Everybody Desires a Space of Their Own!
Physical space has always been one of the great barriers to entry or blockers of growth for small businesses. If you work from a laptop, you can set it down in any coffee shop or work from home, but if you work with your hands then you usually require your own space. Not everybody can … Continue reading A Brief Introduction to Occupyd