10 Dec Who needs a virtual office?
A virtual office provides businesses and companies with a business office address, without the need for a physical office space. This allows employees and businesses to work virtually – while being able to reap the benefits of having a prestigious office address on the letterheads. So, what type of companies would benefit from having a virtual office?
Types of companies who benefit from virtual offices
Virtual offices are a great solution for a number of companies and businesses. As well as being able to create a more flexible working environment, virtual offices also can cut costs substantially for your business. Some examples of the types of industries which would benefit from virtual offices include:
- Law firms
- Marketing agencies
- Healthcare professionals
- Business start-ups
- Finance firms
- Real estate firms
- Accountancy firms
- IT firms
- HR firms
- Architect firms
These sorts of industries are likely to not be fixed to one spot at a certain time, or have the capability of working from home full time. However, it might be helpful to consider that a lot of virtual office service providers, such as Grosvenor House, also provide co-working spacing and hot desking options – which allow for your team to get together in person. We also provide corporate meeting spaces for hire too, which are perfect for a strategy planning day or presentation.
Benefits of a virtual office
There are many benefits of working in a virtual office – including being able to work from anywhere at any time, providing a flexible work-life balance for employees and founders alike, and being able to gain the benefits of having a prestigious city centre postcode from the comfort of your own home.
When you choose a virtual office with Grosvenor House, you’ll be presented with a range of virtual office package options to choose from. This includes a simple registered office option, a mail forwarding and handling option and a premium business package. Here at Grosvenor House, we also offer the option for you to tailor your virtual office package to your specific requirements – simply get in touch with a member of our team for further information.
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