Should Tiger Woods Use a Virtual Office?

Tiger Woods is tearing up the greens at the Masters. On the first day of the tournament he made his best impression ever, shooting a 68. That’s his lowest opening round at the Masters. What does this prove? First impressions count.

Davinci Virtual also subscribes to this philosophy. In fact, Davinci Virtual has trademarked the phrase “First impressions count.” The company works to help you “establish instant credibility and project the image your company deserves” with its virtual offices, live receptionists, web chat and other services.

Whether your business is located in Houston, Raleigh or Augusta—the home of the Masters—a virtual office can allow you the liberty to work from a home office or a café somewhere on the road without missing any important calls.

Virtual offices offer you a prestigious business address where you can have clients deliver mail and other packages. You also get a phone number, either with a local or toll-free area code. And if you need a meeting room or day office space, a virtual office gives you low-cost access to the space and the equipment you need to get the job done.

So if you can turn your attention away from Tiger Woods as he starts Round 2 at the Masters today, check into the possibilities of a virtual office. Just as Woods played a nearly flawless round on Thursday, you can present a nearly flawless business image when you leverage the power of virtual offices.


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