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Investing in Co-working Space vs. Executive Office Suites

Renting an office when you own a business has been the way things are done for a long time. In the past, if someone decided to start a company, one of the first things they would do is figure out where they’re going to operate out of. Anyone who’s been in that place knows that this can be a difficult struggle.

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What Types Of Businesses Can Utilize Co-Working Spaces?

Coworking spaces are quickly becoming a huge part of the business landscape. If you’re not already aware, a coworking space is a place designed for business owners and contract workers to get their work done. These spaces often include amenities that help get all types of projects done, including conference rooms, private desks, soundproof booths for phone calls and a strong wifi connection. Coworking spaces are a great way for people who don’t want to waste money on an entire office space that they don’t need to have a designated and professional work environment.

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3 Things A Bay Area Virtual Office Provides For Business Owners

Virtual offices are becoming more common around the country, and it’s no mystery why. The business world is quickly changing. It’s becoming more of an online society, and that means a lot of freedom and independence for job positions and people who have never had it before. The online world enables people from all over the country to work together, when they might not have even had the opportunity to meet before. This means you can start a business from anywhere in the country, and can be hugely successful from wherever you are, if you do it correctly.

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Get A San Francisco Bay Area Address For Your Tech Company Without Moving There

The San Francisco Bay Area is the mecca of tech and modern business. There’s almost no way to argue that at this point. Just look at the long list of tech giants and geniuses that originated here. There’s Google, Facebook, Apple, HP, Twitter, Intel, Tesla...the list goes on. But the Bay Area isn’t the only place where tech companies start. If you’ve started a tech company from somewhere else in the country, you might be considering moving to the Bay Area just to be a part of the boom, and get your name added to that list, and give any potential clients, buyers or investors the impression that you’re serious about what you do. There’s one major issue with that idea: the cost. No matter where you’re coming from, a move to the Bay Area is going to be expensive. The rent costs are amongst the highest in the country right now, so you’ll need to be prepared to pay more than you ever have if you want to get that Silicon Valley stamp on your company.

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What Are Virtual Office Solutions?


The entire business world is changing in 2018. Decades ago, there were ways of doing things that were almost universal, and set in stone. No one ever deviated from the way things were, simply because they worked fine. An example of this is office locations. Back in the day, if you wanted to be taken seriously as a business, you had to have a physical office location. This location had a desk for each employee, and basically everyone worked 9-5.

Now, with so much more competition in the market, business owners are rethinking everything.

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What Are The Benefits Of Having a Virtual Office in the Bay Area?

If you own a business, you already know how huge of a hub the Bay Area is. The list of huge companies that started here goes on and on (Apple, HP, Cisco, and Google just to name a few). There are many reasons that make the Bay Area a great place to run a business, but not everyone lives close enough to operate out of a bay area office. Even if you live across the country, you can still have the reputation and benefits enjoyed by a local San Francisco area company? How is this possible? By using a virtual office service.

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