It’s likely that you already interact with digital signage on a daily basis. From touch screen menu kiosks at fast food restaurants to arrival and departures displays at the airport, digital signs have slowly replaced analog signs in a wide variety of public and private spaces. While the change has been constant and subtle, the effects on connectivity and communication have major potential for companies looking to improve engagement and foster a better work environment.
Chances are you already know that making a good first impression is important. Dressing up for job interviews, booking the board room for meetings with high profile clients, or carefully choosing your photo and bio for your LinkedIn page are all ways in which you might strive to make a good first impression – but when was the last time you thought about the way clients and visitors experience your office space? If visitor experience isn’t part of the discussion at your company, it’s time to bring it up. Office managers fulfill many roles, but one of the most vital is making sure the office is a professional and welcoming place for both longtime clients and first time visitors. if you’re looking to take a more active role in first impressions at your company, we’re here to help you get started.