Barbara volunteered this year to “Chair” a Local networking group called Highrise. Highrise is a networking group made up of people from all over the country in different types of careers. Each area or region of the country has its own local group. “Beach Cities” is the local group that Barbara chairs the 2nd Tuesday of every month. It’s a great group of people with various career backgrounds who are stellar in their field! Barbara says “Getting to know professional people in different career areas has been such a great learning experience. It’s another group of people that you become friends with and learn more about their industries with the hope of being able to refer them business. That’s not all – they become confidents with great ideas when you have a problem or issue with your career and they also become friends. I am honored to be serving as Chair to this wonderful group and look forward to more face to face meetings in 2022. We have been meeting on Zoom primarily due to pandemic – however – we are hopeful to meet more face to face in 2022!”
Kane Consulting was hired to manage the relocation and construction management of MedPOINT Management. MedPOINT moved from Woodland Hills to Sherman Oaks over the Thanksgiving Holiday, so there was no rest for the Kane Team during this holiday! We moved about 65 onsite staff, but items from over 150 personnel that were working from home had to be moved as well; this included furniture, computers, etc. We had the help of our “A” team partners from Beverly Hills Transfer Moving and Innervisions on the IT side. It was a successful move that included a day of pre-moves and a day of post moves and also 3 days of decommissioning the old site in Woodland Hills. All in all a very busy Thanksgiving holiday! The project continues into late January while 2/3 of the space is still under construction. So another move is on the horizon for the staff in January when the entire space gets completed.
Kane relocates a non-profit organization in downtown Los Angeles from 12,000 sq. ft. to 2,000 sq. ft. The organization moved from the 19th floor to 15th floor in the same building. This is truly a sign of the times, during this crazy pandemic, to save money on office space that is no longer needed.