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El Segundo Virtual Offices Put You 30 Minutes From Downtown Los Angeles

EL SEGUNDO, CA—El Segundo is home to about 16,000 people and several Fortune 500 companies. At just 5.5 square miles, El Segundo may be small but it is ideally situated for the travel demands of businesses.

According to the City of El Segundo, any spot in the community is just minutes away from LAX, the 105 and 405 freeways, MTA bus depot, and Metro Green Line rail station. El Segundo is also less than 30 minutes from Downtown Los Angeles, Long Beach, Torrance and Santa Monica. El Segundo also has the fifth largest port in the United States.

You can rent virtual office space from Davinci Virtual at the El Segundo Executive Suites. Located at 222 N. Sepulveda Blvd., these El Segundo virtual offices give you everything you need to launch a professional presence in a hurry.

With this El Segundo virtual office space, you get a prime business address, mail and package receipt, access to a business support center, and a lobby greeter to welcome any guests who come to pick up or drop off packages and more.

Davinci Virtual’s El Segundo virtual office start at just $100. This virtual office space in El Segundo also makes available conference room rental for $25 to $40 an hour and day time office space for $10 to $35 an hour. If you need a place to hang your professional license, this El Segundo virtual office space can also provide this service.

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Virtual Office Jobs See More Growth in February

BOULDER, CO—National Telework Week is underway. But what’s the state of the virtual office jobs market? What industries are most likely to allow telecommuting all year long?

That’s the question FlexJobs sets out to answer in its March report, which highlights career industries with flexible job growth, the saturation of jobs by state, who's hiring and which people are working flexibly.

"Telecommuting has long been considered an uncommon work arrangement, but that simply isn't true anymore. Although only 2.8 million people work exclusively at home, there are 15 to 20 million people who currently telecommute part-time, and another 44 million who telecommute occasionally," says Sara Sutton Fell, CEO of FlexJobs. "Also, considering how working from home is typically associated with women, it is interesting to see that men and women work from home at almost identical levels."

FlexJobs’ February Flexible Jobs Index analyzes the availability of flexible job openings in 50 career fields. February's numbers indicated strong volume for telecommuting, part-time, and freelance jobs. All of this means more people are working from virtual office space.

The job categories with the greatest opportunity for virtual office workers include:

1.    Medical & Health Jobs
2.    Education & Training Jobs
3.    Administrative Jobs
4.    Sales Jobs
5.    Computer & IT Jobs

The fields with the largest increase in flexible jobs from January are:

1.    Government & Politics jobs had an impressive jump of 137%.
2.    Insurance jobs great by a very respectable 46.21%.
3.    Environmental & Green jobs grew by 38.95%.
4.    Customer Service jobs grew by a solid 25.89%.
5.    Account Management jobs had a strong showing with 24.03% growth.

"Flexible jobs that offer telecommuting, freelance, part-time or alternative schedules continue to grow and be a very viable professional option. Just two short years ago, FlexJobs had 2,000 listings and now are quickly headed toward the 10,000 mark," says Fell. "It will be interesting to see if National Telework Week inspires companies to open the doors for more telecommute and flexible job options."

If you are looking for a virtual office job, FlexJobs is one of the best resources online to find one. By keeping its finger on the pulse of virtual office jobs, FlexJobs has set itself apart as a credible resource for telecommuters looking for the benefits associated with working from a virtual office.

Did Jerry Maguire Use a Virtual Office Space?

LOS ANGELES—Ever wanted to meet the real Jerry Maguire?

Leigh Steinberg, super-sports agent, attorney and inspiration for the film "Jerry Maguire" will be featured on the award-winning free interactive online video series called CredibilityLIVE. Davinci Virtual Office Solutions is sponsoring the interview.

Steinberg will talk about his rise to becoming a super sports agent who negotiated more than $2 billion in contracts and more recent challenges he has overcome in his personal and professional life. He will also share his personal insights into the art of negotiation. The video interview will be conducted live online and will allow for online questions from the general public on March 8 at 2 p.m PST at www.credibilitylive.com.

Why is Davinci Virtual Office Solutions sponsoring the event? One reason is because part of credibility is presenting a professional business image. Credibility, in both business and personal affairs, is an important asset that can take a long time to build, but can be easily lost or damaged. Virtual office space can give your business credibility.

CredibilityLIVE is an interactive, online video series that allows small business owners to dialogue with industry-leading experts who provide strategies and insights to entrepreneurs who want to build business credibility and ultimately grow their businesses. One of those strategies is virtual office space.

With Davinci Virtual Office Solutions, entrepreneurs and small business owners can get a prime business address to make a good first impression on clients. Virtual offices also offer mail and package receipt, access to a business support center, a lobby greeter to welcome guests and much more. You can also rent conference rooms and day office space from virtual office providers like Davinci Virtual.

So when you want to boost your credibility—whether you are doing business in Los Angeles, Philadelphia, New York, Chicago, Seattle, Miami or somewhere else in the world—give Davinci a call and get your virtual office activated today. So, to answer the headline: I don’t know whether Jerry Maguire used a virtual office or not. But you can increase your credibility if you do.

Telework Week Drives Workers to Virtual Office Space

WASHINGTON, D.C.-Teleworking is like that big snowball rolling down the hill. It’s gaining major momentum—and it’s leading people straight to virtual offices.

Telework Week launches on Monday. The event is organized by the Telework Exchange and this is the second year that workers will give up driving to work in order to demonstrate the measurable value of teleworking. Telework Week officially runs from March 5 to March 9. So get your virtual office space ready. There’s still time to get involved.

In 2011, nearly 40,000 individuals and organizations pledged to telework during Telework Week, collectively saving $2.7 million in commuting costs and reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 1,818 tons. With more than 50,000 pledging to forego private transportation next week, 2012 numbers could be even higher.

“According to Telework Week 2011, if all full-time wage and salary workers in the U.S. telework two days a week for one year, they would collectively save more than $215 billion in commuting costs,” says Cindy Auten, general manager for Telework Exchange.  “That’s important in this economy. The goal for 2012 is to take Telework Week to the max. Telework savings are substantial, and we want to demonstrate not only why to do it, but how to do it.”

According to a recent report by The Texas Transportation Institute, the average U.S. commuter spends 34 hours a year in traffic—and by 2020, that number will increase to 41. Working from a virtual office offers a critical solution to the nation’s traffic gridlock. Virtual offices also support workforce productivity, enhanced recruitment and retention, reduced real estate, and increased operational efficiency and continuity. It’s all part of alternative workplace strategies.

“Through our involvement with Telework Week, we hope to educate and inspire participants in all stages of telework planning to shift into high gear for program execution,” says Patrick Finn, vice president, U.S. Federal Organization, Cisco. “Approximately 70 percent of Cisco’s workforce relies on mobile collaboration, so we understand the value teleworking brings to organizations by increasing productivity and field effectiveness, and making smarter use of human capital.”

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