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Virtual Office California: 3 Options to Consider

Posted on Dec 13, 2014 8:00:00 AM by Ryan Ring

virtual-office-california-optionsA virtual office suite is a great way to get the benefits of an office without having to deal with leases or buying furniture. It’s extremely convenient, and fairly easy. But where should you rent a virtual office in California?

 

Well, just like the type of virtual office you rent, where you rent the office is based upon your needs. Here are a few options, and what each of them can give you:

 

A high-rise office

 

If you’re in a business where you have to sell your clients on your product and your business, then presentation is everything. You want your clients to walk out of the office captivated – and what’s more captivating than the high-rise at Four Embarcadero Center in San Francisco, with its majestic views of the Bay Bridge and the San Francisco Bay? Having an office high above one of the world’s most famous cities is sure to wow your clients.

 

Urban, but accessible

 

Are you involved in B2B sales or marketing? If so, you want to be near a lot of potential clients, and the big city packs a lot of businesses into one area. Getting yourself an urban location can really help you find new clients. Consider a virtual office in an area like San Francisco’s financial district. Not only is it a great location for any business, it’s also right in the heart of San Francisco’s commercial and business headquarters.

 

Wide-open suburbs

 

Sometimes, you don’t need an impressive locale or access to nearby offices/businesses – sometimes, all you need is somewhere quiet to do your work and have the occasional meeting. If that describes what you need, then a suburban virtual office is right for you.

 

You can find small office buildings or suites in an office park in such locations as Dublin and Pleasanton, and they can give you something the previous options sorely lack: space and quiet. You’ll never have to worry about parking when you’re at an office park, and there isn’t the constant cacophony of pedestrians, cars and public transit you find in the City.

 

As you can see, there isn’t a single perfect spot when it comes to virtual offices – it all comes down to the spot that is perfect for you.

 

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