As an account executive for a business headquartered in Madison, Tessa’s team has capitalized on HUDSON’s flexible work space and team membership plans to operate business. Find out how they transitioned from the traditional brick and mortar business store front to HUDSON’s open concept work environment.
Here in Milwaukee we have 8 or 9 of us that sort of come in and out of HUDSON. I actually sit in different spots all the time, it’s really what I like about it the most. I thought I’d really miss my desk and I don’t. If I have a phone call that I need to make, I usually grab a phone booth. If we have meetings we schedule that if we need to. It’s been really helpful.
I think it’s a great concept. I definitely think the brick and mortar same old business park is maybe not entirely going away but is definitely changing. People don’t do business the same way. Everybody’s mobile all the time, everybody checks email all hours of the day, and is able to have a little bit more flexibility with their jobs.
You do end up seeing the same people here on a regular basis which is kind of cool. It sort of becomes like, you give a nod or say good morning to the same people which is just like what you did at the old office, maybe it’s just not your co-workers any more. I found that a lot of them do all kinds of different things and some have similar jobs to myself and others are more in design which is totally different from me.