How Virtual Offices Work
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How Virtual Offices Work and How to Set One UpWhether your business is entirely virtual or you’re not ready to commit to office space, virtual offices continue to be an ideal solution for many entrepreneurs. A virtual office is a service that offers the benefits of an office without the responsibilities of upkeep.
But how do you set one up? How does a virtual office work? Davinci answers all your questions below.
How to Set Up a Virtual Office
Once you know what you need and your budget, it’s time to work with Davinci to set up the ideal space
Choose a Location and Features
Davinci has thousands of virtual office locations available. Pick what best suits your business, then decide which features work with your needs and budget.
Davinci's virtual office benefits include:
- A physical address
- A lobby greeter
- A lobby directory listing
- A business support center
- Mail services
- High-speed internet
- Presentation tools
Confirm Everything with DavinciOnce everything is sorted and ordered, a customer care representative will reach out within a business hour of your purchase to guide you through the rest of the setup process.
Fill Out US Postal Form 1583To have your business connected to your new address, you’ll need to complete a US Postal Form 1583, which you can fill out online through our site. You’ll also need to notarize the document and submit two forms of ID.We include a complimentary notary session with the purchase of your virtual office.
Finalize the ProcessOnce we’ve confirmed receipt of your documents, you can use your new address within two business days.
Typical Features of a Virtual OfficeDepending on the virtual office service you choose, you’ll be offered a variety of benefits that can be physical or virtual.
Physical BenefitsThe physical benefits of a virtual office differentiate them from the characteristics typical of a fully remote office. These features include:
- A physical business address
- A place to receive mail and mail services
- A live receptionist
- The ability to rent meeting rooms
- Copying and printing services
Virtual BenefitsVirtual features of this kind of service can include:
- A remote receptionist
- A digital mail service
- A personalized phone number and phone system