Davinci Virtual is in the news again. The Salt Lake Tribune is featuring the virtual office company in an article entitled, “Even in a virtual business, you may need physical space.”

Tom Harvey reports on Davinci Virtual and how the business caters to home office entrepreneurs, and he begins with the pros and cons of virtual offices. The pros, he writes, is that entrepreneurs can work mostly from home over the Internet. The cons, he continues, is that you may have to meet a potential client in your living room.

That, Harvey writes, is where Davinci comes in. He discussed the issue with Bill Grodnick, president and CEO of Davinci Virtual.

"Our business has really gone from nothing to we'll be doing $10 million in business this year," Grodnick told The Salt Lake Tribune. Of course, there’s also Davinci Meeting Rooms. "You can basically book a meeting room from New York to L.A. tomorrow at 9 o'clock in the morning,” Grodnick says.

Davinci Virtual gives entrepreneurs the best of both worlds. For example, you don’t have to commute to the office every day. That saves you time. You don’t have to hire and train employees to answer the phones. That saves you money. You don’t have to be concerned about meeting clients in your living room or even in a restaurant because you can tap into a day office or a meeting room. That enhances your reputation. Remote receptionists tackle calls so you can keep focused on the task at hand, but you don’t have to employ a full-time receptionist. That saves you across the board.

From real estate professionals in Denver to accountants in Cleveland and beyond, service firms are finding value in virtual offices because it offers a professional image, productivity technologies and lower overhead than traditional office space.

Check out this short video about Davinci Virtual.