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The first virtual office was founded by Ralph Gregory of Boulder, CO, back in 1994. At the time, leases for executive suites were king of the roost, and there was a sore need for a more flexible solution. Gregory founded his company – The Virtual Office, Inc. – to provide for this major gap in services, thereby giving rise to what is now a multi-million-dollar global industry.
The concept of a virtual office is based on the fact that advancement in technology and communications has come so far that businesses are no longer tied to their physical location. A person in Baton Rouge can have a virtual office in Naples, for example. Similarly, even local businesses that find city rental and lease expenses prohibitive can benefit from this solution. The core of the concept is the handling of your business communication by a third party, on your behalf.
What do Service Providers Offer?
Virtual offices today have expanded their services to include physical space that you can rent on flexible terms. Executive offices, meeting rooms, video conferencing facilities, cafeteria services and even business internet solutions are now commonplace in virtual office packages. If you’re looking for office space for rent but don’t want the hassle or the expense of a long-term lease, then this may well be the perfect solution for you.
The basic services of a virtual office solution may include live reception services, parking for clients who may drop in for a meeting, high-speed internet and Wi-Fi access, mail and package handling, personalized client servicing and much more. The arena of virtual offices is highly competitive in today’s market, so the customer is king.
To see how this solution might create a perfect branding opportunity for your company and cut your overhead drastically, check out Premier Executive Center. Offering premium office space and virtual services to the Naples and Ft. Myers area.
admin July 19th, 2013