Virtual Offices Help Companies Expand to Miami

Thinking about expanding or relocating to Miami? There’s plenty of good reasons to consider the move—and a virtual office space could help you test the waters.

Miami is home to more than 1,000 multinational corporations and thousands of other companies. As an international gateway city, Miami offers you quick access to Latin America, the Caribbean and even Europe and Asia. The multilingual workforce offers you the international edge.

Miami has been ranked the “Best City to do Business in Latin America” by AméricaEconomía. Miami has also been named among “America’s 50 Hottest Cities” for relocations and expansions by Expansion Management Magazine. Of course, it’s no surprise that Miami and Miami Beach rank among vacation favorites. The quality of life is enviable.

Companies thinking about relocating or expanding to Miami, Ft. Lauderdale or West Palm Beach—three of the best-known cities in the South Florida region—are increasingly turning to the virtual office as an option to test the market before jumping in feet first. A virtual office space eliminates the risk of moving or expanding into Miami.

With a virtual office space, a business in Wyoming can have a local Miami phone number (with a 305 area code), as well as a Miami business address that impresses. Davinci Virtual, for example, offers you a choice of South Florida addresses in area cities like Aventura, Boca Raton, and Coral Gables, among others. If you want to be in Miami’s urban core, you can choose an address like 1200 Brickell in the Financial District. If you want a virtual office in Miami Beach, you can choose an address like 1680 Michigan Avenue.

With a virtual office space, you can also have access to a conference room if you need to come down to Miami to have a business meeting. Your company’s name will be listed in the building directory, and you can have mail or packages delivered to your Miami virtual office forwarded to your company headquarters—no matter where that is.

Whether you are setting up a new business in Miami or thinking about expanding or relocating, these are some of the ways a virtual office can lower the risk with services starting at less than $100 a month. Be sure to ask Miami’s economic development arm about incentives for relocating and expanding—there are plenty.


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