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Why Small Businesses Are Opting to Go from Physical to Virtual Offices

The overhead of leasing physical office space is substantial for small businesses. On average, nearly 10 percent of a small business’ expenditures are on office space (ranking behind only employee wages and inventories).

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Virtual or Permanent Office? Answering the Cons of a Virtual Office

Over the past decade, technology evolution coupled with changes in the workplace have transformed perceptions of small businesses and their customers toward permanent office space. While a physical office is a requisite for the needs of some small businesses, it no longer is a requirement for many. New startups are increasingly choosing virtual office strategies rather than signing leases for physical office locations. Further, small businesses with existing offices are giving up those locations in favor of virtual offices.

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DavinciMeetingRooms.com Gets with the Affiliate Program

Looking to make a few bucks this holiday season and beyond? Do you have your own Web site? Davinci Virtual Office Solutions just rolled out a new affiliate program for its DavinciMeetingRooms.com product that can help you earn some extra cash in 2011.

"We look at the DavinciMeetingRooms.com affiliate program as a way for our loyal partners and referral channels to particip...

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DavinciMeetingRooms.com Launches Member Access Card Program

At Davinci Virtual, we know that free is always popular. That’s one of the reasons why we launched a free DavinciMeetingRooms.com Member Access Card Program.

"We are excited to launch our member access card program," says Bill Grodnik, president and CEO of Davinci Virtual. "Now clients can search and book professional meeting space instantly online and take advantage of al...

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DavinciMeetingRooms.com Doubles Transactions and Revenues

When you have good news, you just want to share it with everybody! Well, Davinci Virtual has good news on the meeting rooms front that I want to share with all my faithful readers.

Drum roll, please…

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