What does a Virtual Office provide?
These virtual offices enable businesses to have the following:
- a business postal address
- this helps businesses seem a little more prestigious than they might otherwise be if they used their real address “No.1, My Home str., Home garden”.
- a receptionist
- this helps if you are arranging meetings in and around your virtual office, because it makes that virtual office seem a little less virtual to your customers and business colleagues.
- envelope opening and scanning service
- if you’re getting mail sent to an address that you are not, this is a great service where you can get all the post scanned and emailed over to you so you can stay on top of your admin.
- meeting rooms
- you might not have access to a ‘full-time’ desk, but you can at least arrange meetings in these places too.
- phone answering and voicemail services
- this just simply helps you manage your incoming calls, and means that you don’t have to offer out your personal mobile, instead use a real landline number than makes you look a little more “PRO”
These are just some of the services offered by virtual office providers, but make sure you check beforehand. Some might offer less, and some of the premium services might very well offer more.