|By Marketwired .||
|July 9, 2014 10:53 AM EDT||
CHICAGO, IL -- (Marketwired) -- 07/09/14 -- Bill Bennett is a professor at Kellogg and a lifelong entrepreneur. After years of unsuccessful searches for a professional, affordable office space and amenities, he decided to find a solution to the problem. Enter Level Office.
An office at Level is different than what you might traditionally think of when you think of a co-working or shared office space. Many shared office options are all open air environments, with no distinction between businesses or brands. While this lends itself to immense collaboration opportunities -- fantastic in the early stages of any business -- it becomes a challenge when moving to the next phase of growing the business.
"At Level, we provide clients with the ability to focus on growing their business. We still provide the collaborative environment for brainstorming and idea sharing, but we also provide private spaces for when the collaboration turns to business decisions," said Bennett. "The mix of our co-working spaces and lounge area provide ample opportunities to keep the creative atmosphere alive. And no other shared office provider has free amenity space; we truly believe this is the best of both worlds."
"1871 was a fantastic place for us to get started. The social, networking-type environment allowed us to collaborate and really jump-start our business," said Andrew J. Nadhir of Purple Gator Entertainment. "Our move to Level still allowed us to work in a creative, open office, but also gives us a dedicated office where we can focus and accomplish the things we need to do without distractions."
Amenities at each Level Office location incIude:
--Fully furnished offices
--High speed Internet
--24/7 secured access
--On-site administrative support
--Common area and lounge space
--State of the art kitchen with coffee café
--All-in-one printer, copier, scanner
--On-site bike racks
--Close to public transportation
Level has three locations in Chicago: 211 W. Wacker, 318 W. Adams and 73 W. Monroe.
About Level Office
At Level Office, we believe in small business, independent professionals and entrepreneurs because, like you, that's who we are. We know you need an affordable, modern and professional office to run your business. Level Office is Chicago's adaptable, affordable, flexible, and professional private office, co-working and event space.
For more information and to schedule a tour, visit http://leveloffice.com/contact.
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