Concierge Business Operations 101

Corporate Edge is a concierge service that helps you set up space, ditch clutter, file and organize your stuff, and do errands. We connect with managing partners, founders, directors and entrepreneurs to do things you don't want to but not everything. Be in touch.

Business pros helping business pros work:

  • by the day/week in your office
  • space
  • errands
  • logistics
  • clutter
  • systems
  • moving
  • paper

PROS DONATE TO: Savers,1230 VFW Parkway (on Route 1 North) in West Roxbury. Opens at 10 am. Donate and shop. Donations benefit the Epilepsy Foundation of New England.

First time here and I'm a convert. Friendly workers unload your stuff. The store is organized and busy. Lots of parking. Also in Norwood and Framingham. Clothing, shoes, kitchenware, power tools, stereos. More about West Roxbury:

HEROES DONATE AT: Welcome Home, in Newton is a home goods pantry. They take your gently used goods and make donations to those in need. They're looking for towels, pots and pans. They accept kitchen items including small appliances that work. Mops, bedding and small rugs. Lamps, clocks, mirrors. No chips, rips or stains please. Check site for donation days.

COMPUTER DONATIONS TO: Goodwill, Commonwealth Avenue in Allston recycles home computer gear. Drop off any brand at participating stores: monitors, scanners, mice, printers, keyboards, laptop batteries,ink and toner cartridges, hard drives, speakers, cords and cables. Absolutely no parking, bring a hand truck. What they take

CASE HISTORY: One gig was a corporate makeover. We were called project managers. Departments were growing like mad and what had passed for organization when they were small no longer worked and they were smart enough to know it.

The president, the smartest man I know, had the corner office. There were piles of paper on the floor. The desk, as it turns out, was immaculate. I said, all the drawers and filing furniture must be full. We talked for a while and he told me he is a visual worker: he knows what to do next if he can see it.I got up and walked around to where he sat behind the desk. I apologized and opened a drawer. It was empty. Then another and another. Each drawer had nothing in it. The desk was empty.

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