Alberta Virtual Offices Help Companies Expand Into Calgary Cost-Effectively

ALBERTA, CALGARY-Canada didn’t suffer nearly as much as the United States did during the economic downturn. And Alberta, Calgary weathered the storm especially well. One reason is because Albert has a diverse industrial base.

Alberta has business development initiatives in more than a dozen major industries, including aerospace and defense, financial services, life sciences, tourism, oil and gas, information and communication technologies and transportation and logistics.

Companies looking for international expansion opportunities often settle in one of Canada’s provinces, and Alberta offers a world of opportunity. But you don’t have to rent physical office space to explore the opportunities in Alberta. You can set up a satellite office using a virtual office space in Alberta.

Davinci Virtual Offices has two prestigious virtual office locations in Alberta: Bow Valley Square Business Center and Suncor Energy Centre West Tower Business Center.

Located at 205 5th Avenue SW, Bow Valley Square Business Center offers you a prime business address, access to a business support center, a lobby greeter, a drop off point for clients to pick up or leave packages, mail receiving and forwarding services, and the opportunity to rent a conference room on demand by the hour. The pricing for virtual offices there starts at US $150 a month, a small fraction of the cost of leasing traditional office space.

Bow Valley Square Business Center is in a great location, but if you want something a little fancier, you can choose a virtual office in the Suncor Energy Centre. You get all the same amenities for $180 a month at 150 6th Avenue.

So whether you are expanding internationally and just need a safe landing space or you considering how alternative workplace strategies might suit your firm, Davinci Virtual Office Solutions has a wide range of virtual office technologies that can help you meet your business goals.

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