CapeSpace is a flexible workspace facility in Hyannis, featuring fully furnished private offices, business lounge, meeting rooms and virtual office/mail services. All our offerings are available part time or full time, short term or long term. And we’re fully staffed, furnished and equipped with business services and amenities including high speed internet from OpenCape, copy/print equipment, Starbucks coffee and more.
We frequently hold business networking and educational events in our main business lounge or our training room. Here are some of our upcoming events:
Defining Sales Strategy
Tuesday, March 13, 5:30 – 7:00 [Rescheduled to March 27th]
Have you or your company ever felt like you are being pulled in ten different directions? Do you feel like a hamster on a wheel going around and around? Your problem may be a lack of a clearly defined sales strategy. Come spend an hour with Scott Yelle, an advisor with Sales Xceleration, to learn how to map out your sales strategy for 2018 and beyond to help you stay on track and drive revnue.
Scott is the Founder and President of New England Sales Solutions. He has over two decades of sales leadership experience and helps companies of all sizes develop sales strategies and execution plans. He lives on the Cape with his wife and two children.
Recurring Series: The No-Book Business Book Club
Next Meeting Thursday, March 15, 8:30 -10:00 AM
Do you find yourself interested in all business books but don’t have time to read them? Guess what, CapeSpace is introducing the world’s first no-book book club. That’s right, you don’t have to read the book!
Each month we will choose a topical business book with relevance to the local businesses, and all you have to do is show up. We will either present a short video about the book or hand out a short synopsis of the book that you can read upon arrival in 15 minutes or less. Then Professor Safferstone will facilitate a lively discussion about the book.
Next Meeting March 15 – Thinking Fast & Slow by Daniel Kahneman
Mark Safferstone is a former administrator at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Mark, an avid reader of books and his wife, Sharon, retired and relocated to the Cape last December.