10 Nov Virtual offices: remaining open during lockdown
With the second national lockdown upon us, various businesses, workplaces and leisure facilities have been asked to shut their doors for the second time in 2020. However, one place that doesn’t need to stop business trade is a virtual office. At Grosvenor House, we are remaining open throughout lockdown while we support key workers, providing a normal service to all of our clients.
Virtual offices allow people the flexibility to work remotely, while having a prestigious city centre postcode on their letter heads. The prospect of a virtual office is that businesses can use the virtual office address as their own company address, and reap benefits such as mail handling, call forwarding and access to professional photos to use on their own website. Learn more about what a virtual office is.
Grosvenor House virtual offices
That’s why during this second national lockdown, it’s so important that our virtual office services remain open for our clients and customers – allowing them to be able to work as effectively and productively as possible during the pandemic.
In fact, here at Grosvenor House, we actually saw a rise in sign-ups during the first national lockdown. Our services are available to businesses of all sizes to provide them with the best remote working outcome possible – letting us take care of their calls and mail, while letting you get back to what you do best.
Based in the heart of central Birmingham, our virtual offices services business not only saw a rise in enquiries during the first lockdown, but we also used the time to improve and redecorate all five floors of our classic Georgian building.
Want to know more about how our virtual office services can help your businesses during lockdown? Get in touch with a member of our expert team. Alternatively, browse through our extensive range of virtual office packages.
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