Remote businesses such as private practice lawyers, CPAs, financial advisors and startups can benefit from using the services of a virtual office. They can also do so without losing any of the lifestyle perks they currently enjoy. Being your own boss is great and is the American dream, but it also means everything that has to be done is done by you if you are a small startup.
Working from home means you get to set your own hours and more, but it also means there are times when it’s not convenient to answer the phones. There are times where you don’t want your clients to know your home address or have packages delivered there. There are times you want to have meetings with clients or associates and don’t want to meet in a coffee shop or noisy restaurant.
That’s where a virtual office or it’s services can help. Virtual offices are provided by local office space or executive suites. There are several options you can choose from or combine to make a virtual office package. Live call answering in company name, forwarding to anywhere. Voicemail to email, faxes to email. Mail service or business license address service with exclusive use of the office space providers brick and mortar address. Mail held for pick up or forwarding as requested. An assigned suite number. Conference/meeting rooms, day office or workstation use as well. Pick one, some or all of these services as needed for remote business needs to help create a presence, profile, professional image, security and trust between the remote business owners and clients.