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1/10/2020

7 Benefits a Virtual Office Has for Home Businesses

A virtual office has many benefits for a home business: some are obvious and some are more subtle. There are financial benefits and practical benefits, but there are also benefits related to optics and reputation.

We’re going to go over some of the biggest benefits for you here.

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1/6/2020

Legitimize Your Tech Startup with a Virtual Office Address

Technology startups are often cash-strapped, and the office addresses for them vary. Some elect to use the home address of an owner when they first launch, with employees working from home offices and often in different geographical locations. Others use a post office box while working from home offices, coffee shops, and/or coworking spaces. Still, others attach themselves to long-term permanent office leases. 

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12/17/2019

Scaling Up Ecommerce Activities? Find Out How Using Virtual Offices Can Help You Grow

Global ecommerce continues to grow by more than 20% this year to $3.5 trillion and this trend will continue in the years to come although growth will taper. If you’re planning on scaling up your ecommerce activities, the use of virtual offices is a promising option. It not only reinforces your current activities, but also has the potential to build new ones. Having a physical presence on the ground not only establishes local presence, but also helps generate new leads to expand the business.

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12/11/2019

The Impact Virtual Offices Have On Society

Throughout this year there has been a renewed popularity of topics such as sustainability, ecology, wellness, and mental health. A lot of this has to do with the fact that more influential people are talking about these issues and how they are working towards making a change in their own lives. And the fact of the matter is that the way we work and the workplace itself are also being examined closely to make them align with the modern mentality.

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12/4/2019

Why A Virtual Address Is Better For Your Business Than A P.O. Box

As an entrepreneur you quickly learn that the amount of mail you get for your business is way more than you might have expected. You will have to deal with samples, brochures, fliers, invitations, guides, and even spam coming your way, in what seems like a never-ending stream of paper.

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