video conferencing for all
With the events of September 11, jobs that require regular travel may have changed dramatically # for more reasons than one. Many businesses simply reduced travel of employees for safety reasons. Others reduced travel as a cost-savings measure. But one local Gwinnett business has incorporated a new option for those whose jobs depend on traveling for important business meetings.
Watkins Center, located at Jimmy Carter Boulevard and I-85, offers office and warehouse space to growing businesses in Gwinnett. This innovative business park has recently opened a multipurpose conference facility with state-of-the-art video conferencing available to all tenants.
Centrally located in the office of the property management team, tenants have access to all the amenities necessary to conduct out-of-town business. “Many of our tenants are small- and mid-sized businesses hoping to expand throughout the United States. This new equipment offers them a way to conduct face-to-face meetings without added expense for travel,” says Ann Cameron, leasing manager for Watkins Center.
The new conference room is equipped with:
# capacity for 28 people
# conference table with three set-ups to accommodate
lectures, presentations or meetings
# Internet access and video conferencing equipment
# marker board/flip chart supplies
# 19″ television and VCR
# LCD projector with adapter for computer or VCR
# 60″ x 80″ projection screen
# wireless microphone
# fax, scanner and photocopy machines
Managed by Adler Management Services headquartered in South Florida, Watkins Center offers space from 1,000 square feet to 17,000 square feet. As part of Adler#s FlexxSpace business community, Watkins Center is included in an exclusive network of more than 1,600 companies throughout the southeastern United States.
For a tour of the facility or for more information on Watkins Center, call (770) 449-0360.