Thinking that they’re are not any options for an upstart except for being overwhelmed? Knowing you can’t do it all yourself is the beginning of things getting better. There are only a few options for those business owners working from home or working remotely. 1. Get a dedicated office space or executive suite. 2. Continue to work from your home office. 3. Lease a virtual office.
Virtual offices are the latest trend in business services. Vo’s allow small business owners to continue to work remotely or from home. With a virtual office you’ll receive services designed to help create a presence for your company in the market you operate in. They also help create a professional image by the services provided which include live call answering (usually by a professional receptionist) in your company name and transferred to you anywhere. Voicemail accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Receive faxes via a pdf to your email. Mail services that are sometimes called a business license address. This is when the office space facility providing the virtual office services allows you exclusive use of the their business address as your own, with an assigned suite number. That way when clients Google or Mapquest your address, they find you in a brick and mortar location that is well established. Conference rooms, day offices or meeting rooms are also part of the virtual office experience. Those all-important meetings and signings can take place in a professional setting building that crucial element of trust that is so integral to your success.
Copies, notaries, mail forwarding just to name a few additional services you can work into your virtual office agreement are also available. Call your local virtual office space provider and see how a virtual office can give an added boost to your small business.