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Posted on 01/23/2008
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January 23, 2008
The Council of Smaller Enterprises (COSE) will unveil the latest facility in its popular COSE Business Space program with a special ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, January 23 at 10:30 a.m. at the Akron-Canton Airport (CAK), 5400 Lauby Road NW, North Canton.
CAK's new COSE Business Club is open to all ticketed passengers and provides a quiet work space for travelers, complete with wireless Internet service and access to a fax machine and printer. The space is designed to give travelers a convenient place to work when traveling through CAK.
"Time is valuable for small business owners, and the COSE Business Club ensures that travelers can keep in touch with their business, even when they're away from their traditional workspace," says Steve Millard, President and Executive Director of COSE."This new space gives all travelers access to the technology tools they need to be productive when they are waiting on a flight at Akron-Canton Airport."
The COSE Business Space program provides small businesses with professional meeting areas in state-of-the-art locations across the region.Other COSE Business Space facilities are located at Corporate College East and West, Lorain County Community College and downtown Cleveland in COSE's new offices in the Higbee Building on Public Square.
"COSE and CAK are a great fit for each other," says Kristie Van Auken, Marketing and Communications Director at Akron-Canton Airport. "Our new lounge provides a relaxing atmosphere to the small business traveler. Even if you don't have a membership to a 'big airline club' you can relax, at no cost, in our Club."
About Akron-Canton AirportThe airport is a straight shot-down I-77 from the greater Cleveland area and has the lowest average fare of all Ohio airports. Make sure to check CAK and CLE every time to get the best fares. The airport dedicated its new, spacious, passenger concourse and celebrated its sixtieth birthday in October 2006. The concourse was the centerpiece of the airport's $60 million, five-year STAR expansion project which also wrapped up in 2006. Additional information including flight reservations, driving instructions, and relaxation station is available at www.akroncantonairport.com, CAK's comprehensive web portal. Akron-Canton Airport, a better way to goŽ.
About COSECOSE, Northeast Ohio's largest small business support organization, strives to help small businesses grow and maintain their independence. Comprised of more than 17,000 member companies, COSE has a long history of fighting for the rights of all small business owners, whether it's through group purchasing programs in healthcare, workers' compensation, payroll services, or shipping, or advocating for specific changes in legislation or regulation. COSE also produces more than 100 networking and business education events each year - all focused on connecting our members to each other to increase their productivity and sales.As COSE enters its 36th year, it is positioned more than ever to take charge and fight for small business rights throughout our region, the state and across the nation. (www.cose.org)