Archives for December 2018

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Could Virtual Conferencing Really Replace Face-To-Face Meetings?

Almost two-thirds of companies indicate they have a remote workforce. The reasons are myriad, ranging from lower cost per worker, reduced real estate and related costs, and the ability to recruit and retain hard-to-find talent. This is changing how companies structure their workspace, including whether they even secure permanent workspace for all or part of their workforce (viz., more and more solopreneurs and small businesses are opting to use coworking spaces, day offices, and rented conference rooms).

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How a Live Virtual Receptionist Can Increase Your Productivity

If you’re thinking only full-time solopreneurs and freelancers are affected by the demands of flying solo, think again. Today’s gig economy is rapidly transforming the definition of work, and many professionals are hanging out their shingles for part-time work in the evenings and on the weekends. 

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Virtual Addresses: What They Are, and How to Get One

Looking to learn about virtual addresses? As a virtual office provider, we know the ins and outs. We also provide insights on where and how to acquire one.

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Invaluable Services Owners Need to Help Their Small Business Thrive

You may hear that running a successful small business is harder now than it ever was — but there’s another way to look at it. Sure, competition is fierce in the internet-connected age, and your business model has to be as bulletproof as possible to push yourself to the top of the crop. This is undeniable. However, you also have access to more services that can help you succeed than any time in history. In many ways, it’s a great time to own a small business if you’re smart about employing the right services. Here are some suggestions.


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5 Reasons Why Small Businesses Need a Virtual Office

As early as 1995, virtual offices were making their foray into corporate spaces where companies such as Digital Equipment and Microsoft adopted the concept of virtual offices. Soon after that, other companies realized the immense capital savings offered by virtual offices and adopted them. 

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