May 5, 2016 | Jennifer Goodwyn
Investing in a virtual office can be a great investment in the future of your business but, as with any other kind of financial commitment, you probably have a lot of questions. If you're looking to grow your business but don't need access to a private office every day, a virtual office could be a great option. With Servcorp, a virtual office includes perks like a business address, professional mail management, a receptionist, reservable offices, and other amenities. Having a virtual office lets you work from anywhere in the world, while maintaining a professional image. Here's some questions that you may have, and our best answers!
Q: What is a virtual office?
A: A virtual office is a service package which offers all the perks of an office, without being tied down to a traditional office space or lease. Some of these perks include access to a working space, a business address, and a receptionist. A virtual office also is not tied down to one location, so wherever you go, so does your office.
Q: Is a virtual office right for me?
A: Are you looking to grow your business? Do you want a professional address? Could a dedicated receptionist help you? Do you work from anywhere and everywhere? If you answered yes to any of these questions, a virtual office would be a great choice for you.
Q: Are virtual offices affordable?
A: YES. Virtual offices are much less expensive than renting an office space, and much more flexible.
Q: What does a virtual office offer?
A: Virtual offices have a myriad of benefits. Here's just a few:
- A business address to help portray a professional image. The value of a good business address should not be underestimated, as potential clients may research your business before giving you a call.
- Mail forwarding to keep everything organized. Let someone else take care of sorting through piles of mail to get you what you need. With a virtual office, you can spend more time doing what needs to get done and less time worrying about sorting through piles and piles of junk mail.
- A dedicated receptionist to take pressure off your shoulders. Most virtual offices come with a dedicated receptionist to handle your calls. Not having to pick up and screen every call can give you less distractions and more time to stay productive.
- Access to offices, meeting rooms, and workspace for when you need some face to face time. Virtual office packages also come with reservable office time. Depending on the package, you can choose your location and reserve an office or meeting room that fits your needs.
Q: Where are virtual offices located?
A: Virtual offices are located all over the world. Wherever you go, there will be a workspace to utilize.
Servcorp offers solutions that let you step up your office game. With five star offices all over the world, you can stay on top of your work wherever you go. A virtual office could be your perfect middle ground between staying at home and heading into a traditional office.