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What is a Virtual Office?

Posted on Sep 28, 2020 9:00:00 AM by Ryan Ring

What is a Virtual Office? | 580 Executive CenterThere was a time when working remotely, for many people, seemed like an impossible dream. The thought of eliminating the commute, spending more time at home, and having control over when you work simply did not seem like a possibility. Fortunately for anyone who has ever dreamt of working from the comfort of home, the goal of working remotely is now very attainable. In fact, the amount of people who work from home at least some of the time is growing rapidly. As with anything else, there are some obstacles to overcome if you choose to take your job or business remote. A virtual office can provide you with solutions to several of the most common issues you will face when you choose to work remotely. A virtual office is basically a suite of services that helps you run your business in a more professional, efficient, and cost-effective way.

 

Physical address

A virtual office can provide your business with a physical address in your area. Why does this matter? You are required by law to include a mailing address in any email campaigns you send out to subscribers. Online profiles of your business – such as Google listings – will look incomplete and less professional without a physical address. In addition, your business will seem more legitimate to local customers if they see that it is attached to an address in the area. 

 

Office staff services


There are virtual offices that also offer office staff services as part of the package. You can find virtual office packages that include a receptionist to answer calls and take messages. ‘Front desk services’ over the phone can immediately legitimize your business to current and potential customers. And, you can enjoy this service without having the burden of employing someone full time. You can choose a virtual office membership that provides you with the benefits of having an employee without the overhead.

 

Cost savings


There is no denying that paying for a physical office space can quickly add up. The rent and utilities of a space can quickly eat up a lot of money. If you do not need a physical office space day in and day out then a virtual office can provide you with significant cost savings. For a small monthly fee, you can enjoy most of the benefits that come with having an office without all the pressure of keeping up with rent payments and hiring additional office staff.


The concept of a virtual office is a new for many people who are just entering the world of working remotely. If you have more questions about what a virtual office means and how it can benefit your business, take some time to explore the 580 Executive Center blog. There is more information and resources available there to help you decide if a virtual office is the right fit for you.

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