What Does a Virtual Office Mean? An Intro for Entrepreneurs
A virtual office provides entrepreneurs with the flexibility to work remotely but maintain many of the capabilities of a permanent workspace. Virtual offices were certainly on the rise before the COVID-19 pandemic. The growth trajectory accelerated over the past year, and forecasts post-pandemic reveal continued growth.Read more
2021 – The Year of the Virtual Office!
Entrepreneurs and company leaders are now adapting way beyond the initial safety challenges and short-term emergency measures. It is now very apparent that how businesses operate and people work has changed forever. Permanent office environments simply no longer represent a viable option.Read more
What COVID-19 is Changing in Business Communication — And What Will Stay the Same
The day will come at some point in the next year when we start referring to COVID-19 in the past tense. The distribution of vaccines coupled with ongoing public health vigilance will give us the upper hand over the virus, and among other things, that means businesses will be able to resume their usual operations.Read more
How To Encourage Diversity When You Are Running A Virtual Office
The year 2020 has seen the emergence of two priorities in the workplace: virtual working and diversity in business. During the first quarter of the year, virtual office sales increased by 50 percent, fueled by the shift to remote working and a further extension in work from home orders. Along with increasing their commitment to building a more flexible and virtual workspace, organizations have also renewed their resolve towards encouraging inclusivity and diversity in the workplace.Read more
Can You Run a Law Firm as a Virtual Office?
Running a successful law firm requires strategic planning at all levels. This is most evident in the way you handle each individual matter that is brought into your law firm, but it is also true of the way you aim to attract new clients, choose the core of your practice, and how you select the market where you establish your law firm.