As a cost conscious founder of video gaming startup looking to relocate 20+ employees, I assumed a move manager would be out of our budget. I was mistaken. Barbara’s oversight on all aspects of the move from vendor selection to management saved us time and money, allowing me to focus on running the studio, and enabled us to show up at our new location after the move weekend without any downtime.
“Kane Consulting helped us find a great location that allowed us to put our own personal touches on, and helped negotiate a great lease for us.”
“Relocating a Corporate Headquarters is an exciting proposition until you begin to document just how much work needs to be done. We appreciate the contributions Kane made to the hugely successful relocation of the GRAMMY Corporate Headquarters.”
“Kane did such a great job as our move manager for our company in Irvine, that we used her services again in Ventura and a 3rd time in Irvine when our lease renewal came up again for consultation services. A reasonable cost for Exceptional Service.”
“At first, I wasn’t sure we needed Kane services, but the investment of Kane’s time paid for itself with the competitive move quotes we got and the Kane team saved me personally a huge amount of time and worry so I could focus on other pressing issues with my business. I would have gone “over the edge” with the stress of the move and all the details without Kane’s services”
When you engage KW Commercial, you aren’t simply hiring a broker, you are hiring an entire company and a network of dedicated commercial real estate professionals across North America.
Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are again back-to-back in the world golf ranking.
But there’s plenty of players ahead of them.
Boosted by Sunday’s top-five finish at Abu Dhabi, Woods rose eight spots from last week to No. 17. He started the year ranked 23rd.
Mickelson, who missed the cut at the PGA Tour’s Farmers Insurance Open, fell one slot to 16th.
Rory McIlroy, who finished a shot back in second at the European Tour event, rose to No. 2, supplanting Lee Westwood, who dropped to third.
Luke Donald remained the world’s No. 1 after a T-48 finish at Abu Dhabi.
Martin Kaymer and Steve Stricker rounded out the top five.
After winning the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, Robert Rock, ranked 117th entering the week, rose to 55th.
Woods strengthened his position after finishing tied for third Sunday, two shots back, having entered the final round with the lead. It was the third time in his last five tries that he failed to win depite leading after 54 holes, the ninth time in his career of 64 chances worldwide.
Woods will make his PGA Tour season debut Feb. 9 in the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. Mickelson will play again this week at the Waste Management Phoenix Open in Scottsdale, Ariz.
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