Archives for April 2010

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4/30/2010

Davinci Virtual Execs Share Industry Secrets with OBCAI

Davinci Virtual’s Bill Grodnik and Martin Senn were featured in a podcast interview produced by the Office Business Center Association International (OBCAI). You can listen to the podcast on the OBCAI or visit our Facebook connections page to hear it there and let us k...

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4/22/2010

The Evolution of Take Your Child to Work Day

Today is ‘Take Your Child to Work Day.’ Did you take your child to work? What I discovered is that my daughter’s school won’t allow me to take my child to work because I work from a virtual office space. The Fort Lauderdale schools apparently require a traditional office environment.

That mindset illustrates the importance of companies like Davinci Virtu...

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4/20/2010

Davinci Virtual Featured in Salt Lake Tribune Article

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 writ...

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4/13/2010

Davinci Virtual Offers Virtual Offices in 50 States

Who would have thought that in four short years, Davinci Virtual would be operating virtual offices in all 50 states? And not only in all 50 states, but in 26 countries and 300 cities? That's what you call a virtual office explosion.

Davinci Virtual has led the virtual office trend and is building plenty of virtual office momentum of its own with the announcem...

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4/12/2010

The Value of Virtual Offices in a Recession

The economy is definitely improving in many areas, but the arbiters who declare the beginning and end of economic woes aren’t quite ready to declare an end to the Great Recession just yet.

On Monday, the National Bureau of Economic Research, the group of economists who make the declarations, declined to signal an end to the recession it said officially began in December 2007.

“Although most indicators have turned up, the committ...

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