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11/26/2012

Virtual Office Use Sparking Billion-Dollar GDP Growth in Australia

SYDNEY—Who would have thought that virtual office use could contribute so much to a nation's economy? But that’s the case in Australia.

Indeed, Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard considers telecommuting from virtual offices to be the key to Australia's gross domestic product growth. Specifically, she predicts over $3.2 billion in growth and anticipates more... Read more
10/10/2012

Sydney Virtual Offices on Kent Street Offer Prestigious Image

SYDNEY—If you want to be where the action is in Sydney’s Central Business District (CBD), Kent Street is a prime location. Sydney’s CBD is densely concentrated with skyscrapers and other buildings and Kent Street is right in the midst of it all.

According to Wikipedia, “The Sydney CBD contains many of Australia’s tallest skyscrapers, including Governor Phillip Tower, MLC Centre and World Tower, the latter consisting pred...

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10/3/2012

Australia Square Offers Sydney Virtual Offices

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA—If you’ve done business in Sydney, you’ve probably run into Australia Square, an office and retail complex in the Central Business District of Sydney. Australia Square is an example of iconic Sydney architecture. Some have even called it the most beautiful building in Australia.

Davinci Virtual Office Solutions has virtual office spac...

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7/27/2012

Virtual Offices Help Drive More Women to Workforce

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA—Until companies get with the flexible work program, women will remain underrepresented among corporate and business leaders. So say the authors of a green paper from the Australian Institute of Management (AIM). It’s one more piece of evidence of the need for virtual offices.

According to the paper, flexible arrangements, which cover when, wher... Read more
7/2/2010

Virtual Businesses and Virtual Offices Go Hand in Hand

One of Australia’s top 50 best places to work is a virtual company. Led by 39-year-old CEO Kristin Ferguson, Sentis ranked five in BRW’s 2010 list—right behind Google.

The corporate culture at Sentis, a company that trains mining, resources and utilities companies on safety and leadership, is relaxed. The company doesn’t have fixed office hours. They wear jeans if they feel like it. And they travel most of the time.

"Because we ...

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