Istanbul Offers Prime European Virtual Office Location

Turkey’s economy grew 10.3 percent in the second quarter, beating economists estimates and signaling a recovery underway in the nation. The International Monetary Fund estimates the economy will grow 6.1 percent for the year.

With other reports of Turkey working to win international favor on the business scene, the time may be right to consider opening a virtual office in Istanbul, Turkey. If your company does business in this region, Istanbul certainly offers a strategic location.

With a population of 12.8 million, Istanbul is the largest city in Turkey and the first largest in the world. Turkey is also the second largest metro in Europe. The Maslak financial district is famous worldwide.

If you decide the time is right to open a virtual office in Istanbul, you can choose from the Turkey Business Center, Sun Plaza Istanbul or Spring Giz Business Center. Let’s review each one.

    • The Turkey Business Center is located at Yildiz Posta Cad. Yasemin Solk. Birlik Sit. You can rent a virtual office at the Turkey Business Center for $155 a month.


    • The Sun Plaza Istanbul is located at Maslak Maallesi Bilim Sokak. This is a high-rise tower in the heart of the city. You can rent virtual office space at The Sun Plaza Istanbul for $240 a month.


    • The Spring Giz Business Center is located at Büyükdere Caddesi Meydan Sokak. This is another modern building that rents for $240 a month.

No matter which Istanbul virtual office you choose, you can be assured Davinci Virtual is offering you a prime business address and access to business center support. Your virtual office space includes mail and package receipt, a lobby greeter, and a client drop off and pick up point.

You can have your mail forwarded to anywhere in the world from your Istanbul virtual office. And if you need a conference room in Istanbul, you can rent one from $25 to $40 an hour. You can also rent a day office from $10 to $35 an hour, depending on which one of the locations you choose.


Archive Show Archives