Michigan Could Lead U.S. in Virtual Office Use

GRAND RAPIDS, MICH.—Will most Michigan residents be telecommuting soon? That’s what Jennie Phillips, an MLive.com writer, wants to know. It’s a good question, too, considering that The Connect Michigan report reveals employers are more often allowing employees to work remotely from virtual offices. Consider some of the report’s findings:

  • 47% of employed Michigan adults say the either telework now or would be willing to telecommute if their employees allowed them to.

  • 29% of Michigan businesses offer telecommuting

  • About 19% of Michigan employees work from home rather than driving into the office

  • Teleworkers save $336.5 million in reduced auto operating costs statewide

The list of stats goes on and on. With the rise of telecommuting, of course, comes the rise of virtual office use. Davinci Virtual Office Solutions has plenty of virtual offices in Michigan, including the following cities:

  • Bloomfield Hills

  • Portage

  • Grand Rapids

  • Southfield

  • Livonia

  • Sterling Heights

  • Novi

  • Troy

One example is the Grand Rapids Executive Center in Grand Rapids. Located at 2525 E. Paris S.E., this virtual office location offers competitive solutions starting at just $50 a month. For this price, you get a prime business address, mail and package receipt, a business support center, lobby greeter and client drop off and pick up point. You can also have your mail forwarded to you for a nominal fee, or rent a conference room or day office on demand by the hour.

So if your company wants to be recognized for its flexible workplace initiatives, try alternative workplace strategies that employ virtual office solutions. Whether your company is located in Bloomfield Hills, Portage, Grand Rapids, Southfield, Livonia, Sterling Heights, Novi or Troy, we have virtual offices in Michigan to help you get started.


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