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Three Reasons to Consider a Virtual Office

Posted on Sep 16, 2019 9:00:00 AM by Ryan Ring

Three Reasons to Consider a Virtual Office | 580 Executive CenterThe way that people work has shifted over the years as technology grows and changes. This shift is predicted to continue as more and more people work remotely some or all of the time. If you are one of the many people that now work remotely then you know that it comes with a unique set of challenges. When you work remotely, there are times when you may need some of the tools that come with having an office in order to do your work. You may need a place to meet with clients, an official business address, and occasional access to administrative help. Fortunately, you can get all of these things from a virtual office without going to the expense of opening up an office and hiring your own staff.

You need occasional access to an office or meeting place

A virtual office can provide you with a place to meet with clients without the overhead costs associated with having your own office. For example, if you are an architect that works from home there will be times that you need to meet with clients to go over plans. If you have your own office it will require that you furnish it, pay for utilities, and deal with a number of other logistics. On the other hand, when you have a virtual office you do not have to worry about all of the logistics of renting, furnishing, and maintaining a space. The space is there when you need it but you do not have to think about it otherwise.

 

You need an official business address

Many people who work remotely struggle to decide what address to use as their ‘official’ business address. If you work from home you do not want to put your home address online for everyone to see. If you travel frequently you may not even know what your address will be from month to month. When you are part of a virtual office you can use the address of the office as your business address. This will give you something to put on your website and provide a place for mail to come in if you so choose.

 

You need occasional access to administrative and support staff

You should consider a virtual office if you need occasional access to administrative and support staff. For example, you can use the administrative staff at the virtual office to greet your clients on the occasions when you decide to go in for face-to-face meetings. You can determine what kind of access you need to this type of staff and design your virtual office membership accordingly.

A virtual office can help you establish and maintain a professional image no matter where you decide to spend the majority of your time working.  Still trying to decide if a virtual office is the best fit for you? You can read more about the benefits of a virtual office here.

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