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An Address Makes Your Business Official

 Location, location, location.

“Where are you guys located?” is a question your potential hires, vendors and customers will want to know. Your company’s location is part of your corporate identity. So whether you’re targeting Hartford-area customers, Cheshire, Waterbury, Wolcott… a Virtual Office gives your business a brick-and-mortar address, right in Central Connecticut. Halfway between Boston and New York.

And here’s the really good news: You won’t pay top dollar for the location, location, location, either.

FLEXIBLE OFFICE SPACE

When we say flexible, we mean flexible! First, you can choose as long as you want to stay, our space is available hourly, daily or weekly. Our private, individual offices are ideal for anyone who wants a space to call their own, without the long-term commitment or investment. Choose from a private interior or exterior office space, furnished or unfurnished. (See what we mean by flexible?) All you need is your computer – or whatever medium you work in. (If you’re an artist, please don’t forget your drop cloth!)

Quiet Please! 7 Reasons to Rent an Office Space

Peace and quiet is a wonderful thing! Here are seven reasons you might not have thought of to rent an office space – weekly, hourly or monthly!

  1. Loud talkers. Since Covid, a lot of offices have been shuttered and employees are required to work from home. But what if you have a 1BR apartment and nowhere to go? Or even worse, what if your partner is a loud talker, and they’re on the phone all day? There’s only so long you can wear headphones and hope to drown them out. We’re here for you… with round-the-clock access to your office.

Central Connecticut’s Leading Meeting and Conference Space: Getting Back to Business After Covid

When COVID-19 was declared a pandemic over a year ago, businesses in Central Connecticut and the surrounding areas started to quake in their boots. Even the big guys struggled, faced with supply-chain nightmares and manufacturing shutdowns – as Connecticut seemed to slowly grind to a halt.

The city streets were ghost towns. Route 84 was empty. Taxicabs and Uber drivers roamed the streets looking for fares, and found none. Restaurants were shuttered and more and more employees worked from home. Every business looked at ways to survive – to do more with less.

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