Alternative Workplaces Thrive in Albuquerque

Albuquerque is a gem of the Southwest. With the Sandia Mountains and the Pueblo Indian influence, it’s one of the more unique cities in the U.S.

But Albuquerque is about more than culture. The city is home to a robust high-tech sector anchored by Intel. There’s also a strong bioscience, aerospace, electronics, film and multimedia and nanotechnology cluster there. That spells opportunity for service industries that support these manufacturing and science-based companies.

A Forbes magazine survey of the Best Places for Business and Careers ranked the Albuquerque metro area first in cost of doing business among 150 cities because of its low labor costs, low taxes and low costs for office space. But you can do business even more efficiently in Albuquerque with a virtual office space. Virtual offices can support your business in many ways, from reducing overhead to providing administrative assistants and communications solutions and more.

Virtual office space is part and parcel of alternative workplace strategies that are taking hold in corporate America as companies look to slash real estate expenses. The virtual office leverages the physical assets of employees who can work from home and tap into powerful virtual office technologies that offer clients a seamless experience. Whether your company has a distributed workforce, a mobile workforce or a crew of telecommuters, the virtual office offers a strong alternative to traditional office space.

Davinci Virtual rents virtual office space at the Americas Parkway Center in Albuquerque. Located at 6565 Americas Parkway NE, building offers virtual office users a prime business address and an impressive place to meet clients. You can rent virtual office space in Albuquerque for as little as $95 a month and rent conference rooms or meeting space at this facility for as little as $25 an hour.

Check out this video on Albuquerque and see the beauty for yourself.



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