How to get a Virtual Mailing Address in 48 Hours
Nearly 5 million people consider themselves digital nomads, according to a study by MBO Partners, with some 17 million people aspiring to a technology-enabled location-independent lifestyle.Read more
What Are the Benefits of a Virtual Office?
Location, location, location. You’ve probably heard that a million times before. In fact you are so familiar with this phrase that you have probably pushed it to the back of your mind as something so obvious it is invisible to you.Read more
Can a Virtual Office Be Used to Register a Business?
Many small businesses assume they need a physical mailing address to register their businesses. This leaves them two options. The first is to use their home address. The second is to find permanent office space that comes with a physical address. But neither may be a good option.Read more
11 Reasons Why Your Small Business Address Matters
There are a number of factors to consider when deciding what address to use for your business. The gut instinct for many solopreneurs and small businesses is to use tour home address. It requires no additional work on your part and not additional cost. This seems to make a lot of sense. After all, the U.S. Small Business Administration estimates that about half of small businesses are managed out of home offices.
But there are some downsides, including legal issues, to using a home address. Let’s take a quick look at some of them:Read more
Could Virtual Conferencing Really Replace Face-To-Face Meetings?
Almost two-thirds of companies indicate they have a remote workforce. The reasons are myriad, ranging from lower cost per worker, reduced real estate and related costs, and the ability to recruit and retain hard-to-find talent. This is changing how companies structure their workspace, including whether they even secure permanent workspace for all or part of their workforce (viz., more and more solopreneurs and small businesses are opting to use coworking spaces, day offices, and rented conference rooms).Read more