We have lots of choices we can make. Whether or not to go to college, get married, move for a job and more. There are business choices to be made as well. Most importantly is when to go into business for yourself and be your own boss. There are risks involved in any business venture, but the trick is to limit these. Unless you have limitless funds, most business folks are doing their best to make good decisions to save money.
After deciding when to go into business, the next decision presented is where to go into business. Not just geographical, what city and state, but where in that city. Location, location, location isn’t just a cliche. Some office space is highly desirable, but unaffordable for a startup or entrepreneur. However, you still need the services that they offer. Using a business address that is not the ‘best’ but is all you can afford can be risky. Maybe your clients won’t be too thrilled with your choice. Your office space says a lot about you and your business.
Dedicated space isn’t your only option. When is no office space better than bad office space? When it’s a VIRTUAL OFFICE. What is a virtual office? It can be many the office services that executive suites or office space provides.
Services that include a live receptionist (live call answering) in your company name with screening and forwarding to you anywhere, mail service with mail forwarding and receipt in a secure manner, a place to ‘hang’ your business license, a local business address with an assigned suite number, conference rooms or meeting rooms and more. Some plans include copies, long distance, etc. With virtual office services many business professionals, such as private practice lawyers, cpa’s, and upstarts from many areas have found not only stability, but success. Why not go online and find out what a virtual office service can do for you?