When I think of Green Bay, I think of the Packers. But there’s much more to Green Bay than football.

Green Bay is the third largest city in Wisconsin, and has a healthy manufacturing industry, from paper products to food processing to maritime vessels. Green Bay even has a film sound stage. Health services, tourism, durable wholesale trade, and business services are also part of the diverse local economy in Green Bay.

Green Bay has received the nod from some major business magazines over the past few years. Inc. magazine rated Green Bay the “#1 Medium Metro Area” for doing business in 2004 and “4th “Best City Overall” in the United States to start a business in 2005. Entrepreneur magazine rated Green Bay #2 in its “Hot Cities for Entrepreneurs” survey in 2006. Finally, Oprah Winfrey has rated Green Bay the sixth Best Small City in America to raise a family.

Green Bay offers loans, grants, tax credits and other forms of business assistance to companies expanding there. But you may not need tap the economic development arm for much help if you opt for a virtual office space. That’s because virtual offices don’t demand constructing a new facility—or even renting one. Virtual office space lets you expand risk free by taking up virtual residence in a physical location in Green Bay. You can use physical office space if you need it, but you aren’t paying for it if you don’t.

Davinci Virtual has two virtual office facilities in Green Bay. The West Mason Executive Suites is located at 1039 West Mason Street. Virtual office fees start at only $75 a month. Compare that to traditional office costs and the savings are clear. You can also rent virtual office space at the Riverside Executive Center, located at 2050 Riverside Dr., from $75 a month.

When you rent virtual office space, you get a prime business address, mail and package receipt, access to a business support center, a lobby greeter and more. You can use the virtual office as a client drop off or pick up point. And you can have your mail forwarded from there to anywhere you are in the world for a nominal charge. You can also rent day offices and conference rooms on demand. So if you are eyeing Green Bay as a great place to do business, check out how virtual office space can help you establish a quick business presence without breaking the bank.