As a small business owner you may seem just that. Small. Not when you have a virtual office. A virtual office is not a shared office space with strangers, or a small workstation you can barely breathe in. Nor is it a dedicated office space where you’re tied to a lease and high rent when you will rarely be there. No, a virtual office is on the beach, in a car, at home, a coffee shop, or any place you want to work remotely from. Reach a wider audience with a virtual office.
This is possible because a virtual office is an actual office, but without walls. You will receive all the same services as a dedicated office tenant, but without all the overhead. For a small monthly fee, a local office space or executive suite provider will lease to you a service or group of services designed just right for your particular business needs. If you like, you can have a shared office space or work from a workstation somewhere AND have a virtual office service.
Live call answering by a professional receptionist who will transfer calls to you wherever you are in your company name, voicemail to email, and faxes to email are all part of a phone service. You can add to this with a mail or business license address service. Here a vo client will use the vo provider’s business address as their own along with a suite number. Mail and packages can be sent you at this business address instead of using your home address or a strip mall post box as your business address. Tenants will find you at a prestigious location when they do an online search for your business. Meets city requirements for hanging a business license. Receive all your mail at this location including packages for pick up or forwarding at your request. Conference rooms for when you need a meeting space with clients and associates.
When you have a virtual office, your business will have a more professional image, presence and profile because of the services they provide.