Center 615 Meets Google

December 06, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

Nashville.com continues a series today titled, "... meets Google.” The premise? Simple. We have a quick conversation with the decision makers, founders, entrepreneurs that guide an enterprise photographed by Kerry Woo. Woo serves Google as a Nashville based Google Trusted Photographer for the Google Business Photos project producing 360º Interactive Images and Point of Interest Photography.

When a local business introduces Google360 into their marketing mix, they enter a world of open invitation and transparency. Their inner workings, at least the inner workings of their work space, are exposed. We thought it would be an interesting project to feature these forward thinking businesses on Nashville’s World Wide Brand on the web, Nashville.com.

Today we meet Christian Paro of Center 615.

Center 615 offers individual creative suites within a resourceful and innovative environment, providing businesses an all-inclusive space to create, connect and collaborate.

615 Main Street, Nashville, TN 37206‎  (615) 457-1596 center615.com

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(N) What does your store find most attractive about doing business in Nashville?

(Christian) Lots of start-ups and entrepreneurs!  Nashville is a young city with lots of creative energy.  Our market is small start-up companies with lots of motivation.  The scale of Nashville also makes it appealing.  It’s very walkable and user friendly overall.  And there are myriad opportunities for fun and often free entertainment.  We just finished the Live on the Green series, which is walking distance from Center 615.  As a matter of fact, one of my tenants was hired by the event producers to film the whole series.  Nashville is the perfect place for a small business.

(N) When you decided to do the Google 360 Virtual Tour, what was your goal? What would you want people to see when they discover your profile?

(Christian) A combination of pride and exclusivity.  I want our tenants to feel like they’re not just renting an office suite but a portion of the whole concept that is Center 615.  I also hope that they’re eager about networking and possibly finding a client or a vendor from within the building.  Many of our tenants wind up using other tenants for products and services or at least recommend them to friends and colleagues. Of course I’d like people to feel like they’re inside the building, so they can see our features and amenities and that it’s more than just office space.

Read the rest of Christian Paro's thoughts here at Nashville.com

View the Google Virtual 360 Tour of Center 615 here


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