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Virtual Office California: 3 Tips For Choosing an Address

Posted on Nov 3, 2014 11:34:40 AM by Ryan Ring

virtual-office-california-tips-choosing-addressIf you’re in the market for virtual office space, first of all: congratulations! You’re making a very prudent and cost-effective decision for your business. But now there’s an even bigger decision in front of you – where exactly should you rent your virtual office if you want one in California?


The location of your virtual office space depends entirely on your needs and what you’re looking for. Not every business is the same, so not every virtual office will work for you.


Here are some tips on finding the perfect virtual office for your business.


1. Determine the price you’re willing to pay


The biggest difference between virtual offices is usually the price. If you want a marquee location in a major city (for instance, in the middle of the San Francisco financial district), be prepared for a hefty price tag to be attached. However, if an upmarket location isn’t important to your business, then a suburban office park is a more suitable option, and will be considerably cheaper.


2. Decide on what amenities are important to you


Do you need a virtual address? You’ll always get one with a virtual office rental. Virtual receptionists are almost always included as well. But some virtual offices also offer virtual assistant service, which essentially provides you with an administrative assistant whenever you need one. This can be especially helpful if you need some clerical work done that will be too time-consuming for you, but don’t have enough extra work to necessitate hiring an additional employee.


There are various other amenities that some virtual office buildings offer, such as: stocked communal breakrooms, fitness centers and 24-hour building access.


3. Ensure the location is the right fit


Location is another enormous factor when picking a virtual office location. Do you work alone and sometimes need a quiet place to be productive? In that case, the aforementioned suburban office park in a place like Dublin would be perfect for you. It is less hectic than a big city and has plenty of parking available with minimal traffic.


If you need to be in the big city, either for greater access to potential clients or to give your company an impressive public face, consider a location in Downtown San Francisco. Either way, make sure you do your research to determine what fits you best.


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Topics: Virtual Offices