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Thinking About a Virtual Office? Here are 5 Signs You Need One

If you’re a small business owner, you be thinking about renting office space so you can hire staff, have a brick-and-mortar presence, and file for that long-awaited LLC. But have you considered a Virtual Office? A Virtual Office offers many of the benefits of a brick-and-mortar office, but at a significantly lower cost and with less obligation.

Ready to grow your business and take the next step? Here are five good reasons to get a Virtual Office: 

Co-working for Grownups!

Working from home is one person’s dream, and another person’s nightmare.

Some people feed off the energy of others… being able to grab a cup of coffee and bounce ideas around. And some people just want a door they can close and some time to focus without kids underfoot or the dog barking. The answer? Coworking. Flexible office space that’s there when you need it – and isn’t costing you a fortune when you don’t.

Here’s what we’ve heard:

Want to Save Time and Energy? We Have the Answer.

Sometimes it seems like there aren’t enough hours in the day to get through your “to-do” list. You have a list of outreach calls to make. A voicemailbox full of un-returned calls. And a calendar that’s chock-full of tasks and meetings. If you feel like you’re drowning in administrative tasks, we have a solution. Our office, meeting and conference space offers skilled administrative support to help manage your workload, reduce work distractions and manage your time more effectively.

Virtual Meetings? We’re Over It.

Since the pandemic started, more and more companies have resorted to virtual meeting platforms like Zoom, Google Meets and Microsoft Teams. Those tools have been invaluable for keeping co-workers, clients and colleagues connected – as well as grandparents, ex-pats, friends and families – anyone who can’t gather together in person.