Holiday Office Decorating!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Here are a few tips to bring holiday cheer to your office this season…   Lights- String lights around your desk or cubicle wall.   Alternative Christmas Tree- Since most of us don’t have the space to put up a tree in our office, consider these cool alternatives. Gift Wrap Your Desk- For those who really like to get into the holiday spirit! Cubicle Menorah Paper Snowflakes http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Make-6-Pointed-Paper-Snowflakes/

Last Minute Halloween Costume Ideas

For many of us, Halloween is one of those holidays that sneaks up fast and the elaborate costume you planned over the summer is now out of the question. Fear not because we have a few simple and cheap costume ideas!   1. Fork in the Road Wear black. Using duct tape, make a line of dashes that begings at one ankle and ends at your collar. Fasten a fork along the route.   www.realsimple.com …

ThincMember Highlight

Ammie is a small business strategist.  She works with small, service based, companies to help define and implement growth strategies.  The process is quite simple… she helps the business owner gain clarity surrounding the company mission and market.  Then, creates a plan for reaching that market in a client attractive manner. Ammie believes that in order to successful in any business one must have strategic, deliberate actions. Website:  www.larekpointconsulting.com FB:  facebook.com/larekpointconsulting Twitter:  twitter.com/larekpoint Google+:  AmmieDoverLPC…

Lunch’N’Learn, A 21st Century Connection

When thinking about social media, and using it for benefiting your business, do you get overwhelmed at the enormity of the landscape? Well, here’s something to keep in mind: “You are not dumb. You do your business taxes, and those are WAY harder than navigating Facebook. The fourteen-year-olds who have mastered Instagram are not smarter than you. They are just more risk tolerant, more socially transparent, and generally have less to lose,” said Jesse Bushkar,…

A Community’s Perspective

Alex Hillman of Indy Hall embodies the coworking soul as it thrives in it’s most natural state. Community before the space is the Golden Rule. He writes insightful posts and is incredibly active in the coworking email forums. I’m quite impressed he can keep up with them all so well. That said, the coworking space is merely just that. A space. With neat architecture, furniture, and location. But without the people, it’s a fancy skeleton….

What’s your ‘hyperlocality’ awareness level?

Though @typeitoutloud(aka Jessica Leigh Lebos from ConnectSavannah) paints the #yearofthelocal scene so much more eloquently than I ever could, she’s absolutely spot on. Here at Thinc we’re privileged to work among some amazing, local, entrepreneurial minds that flourish in their lanes. The ideas and suggestions from casual conversations with them may just be the hammer you need to break down your current roadblock. To glean from coworking guru, Alex Hillman, founder of Indy Hall, the…

Thinc Local

Savannah. The Hostess City. A place that invites you to walk among history while perusing local shops unique to the city’s canvas. A place where history and innovation are now working harmoniously. Which has led us, as ThincSavannah, to create a quarterly event series: Year of the Local. An evening to bring more awareness to our local companies and promote their products, encouraging guests to incorporate these businesses a regular part of their purchasing lifestyle….

Music to Savannah’s Ears: Savannah Stopover

One of the more prominent advantages of coworking is immersing yourself within the diverse, creative professional community of like-minded people. The environment lends itself to idea bouncing, immediate feedback and creative solutions, which may not get tapped if you worked solo. ThincSavannah provides a conducive environment for start-ups, work-from-home’rs, small business owners, freelancers and several others who look for flexible, professional, encouraging workspace.  One of Thinc’s goals as a coworking space is to grow and…

Thinc Member Thurs:Kaylin Hessler

Name: Kaylin Hessler  Your Business –Founder of The Bean Counters Bookkeeping  The ‘ahah’ moment to entrepreneurial-ship:  “Ah, this kind of goes into my whole life story-I worked for a small bike shop in Wilmington, NC and then worked for the army. After three and a half years, I was sitting in Afghanistan and I realized I wanted to be the boss. I didn’t want to be bossed around anymore! Haha” Fun Fact about you: I’ve done a…

“Material Witness” Art Exhibition featuring Susanne Carmack

Thinc Savannah is proud to host the “Material Witness” art exhibition by Susanne Carmack from October 25th to December 3rd. Guests are invited to attend the exhibition and view Carmack’s retrospective collection of paintings, prints, collage, and constructions. “Material Witness” guests will be exposed to finding meaning through materials and processes. Carmack’s imagery comes from an internal landscape as a result of a searching process and a series of actions on canvas with a heavy…