Nowadays, people want a perfect balance between life, work and money. But, what if there’s a way to achieve this? Well, maybe you can.
Virtual offices are for entrepreneurs looking for a new way to work. Don’t restrict yourself to the 9-5 time slot. Create more for yourself.
Work wouldn’t be so bad if we didn’t have to commute every day, right? Spending up to 3 hours a day getting too and from work. Not to mention getting ready in the morning. That’s wasted hours. Hours that could be more productively used elsewhere.
A virtual office means you can work from home. Don’t waste your time purchasing an office, just to spend most of your time travelling to get there.
Imagine what you could get done with those 3 extra hours a day. You could finish work early, spend time with your family and friends, or even relax and have some ‘me time’. Oh, and save yourself some cash. No more bus fare, train fare or so much petrol for your car.
You can save time on all the underlooked things that happened day to day.
Find talent anywhere in the globe. Don’t restrict yourself to the location you’re based in. Expand your criteria.
You’ve found an excellent candidate in Australia, but the distance seems to be a bit of a problem? Don’t hesitate, hire them!
With a virtual office, you can allow them to work from home under the premise that they work for your company. They can lend you their expertise and not to mention, that member of staff can expand your businesses reach to wherever they are.
You can go global.
Save some £££.
Speaking of saving time. You can save money too.
If you’re an employer, it’s costly to provide tech for everyone. Not to mention the electricity it costs to keep those computers and appliances running.
If your employee’s work from home, it means that they’ll be using their own devices, their own refreshments, their own electricity. No to mention, there’s no physical space to rent. Rent for a physical office can be demanding. Especially if you’re in the hustle and bustle of the city. Prices can be through the roof for an office with limited space.
Imagine what you could invest that extra money into.
Having a good ethos is an important one. Now more than ever, people are creating ways to be greener and to have a more positive impact on the environment.
Create a good impression for your company, by transitioning to a virtual office. There is no physical space to waste energy on, minimal waste produced by staff and it enables you to showcase your ethical principles to the world.
By developing a morality around your business, you can build a relationship with your audience. Showing them, you are concerned with similar things as they are.
One of the main benefits of a virtual office is the meeting rooms.
They’re often offered as a part of your plan and it means that you can meet your client in a central location, rather than at home.
Whilst meeting your client in your own home is possible, it’s not the best thing to do. As it can make you seem unprofessional. Whereas, if you book your meetings in a central location that has a good appearance, you will be taken more seriously. And, you don’t want to run the risk of your client knowing your personal location.