September 5, 2012 | 3 minutes

Do You Need a Virtual Day Office?

virtual day officeVirtual Day Offices a Great Alternative to Other Work Spaces, without the Huge Investment

Are you working from the coffee shop all the time? Do you want a professional work space for your small company, but don’t have the money or the need for a full-time dedicated office space? Then consider a virtual day office as a way to have that professional work space when you need to make conference calls, to meet with clients, to have a company meeting, or to get some work done without the distractions of a live band or the idle chatter of the couple sitting next to you.

The Benefits of a Virtual Day Office

A virtual day office can be rented by the hour, day, or longer, depending on your exact needs. It comes with all the amenities of a coffee shop (the coffee is free at a virtual day office) and much more, such as a reception area and a dedicated phone line. If travelling on business for an industry conference, then it’s a much better option than competing with everyone else for the nearby coffee shops, the hotel lobby and business center, or space in the convention center. If travelling to meet a client, imagine how prepared and professional you would look if you can take them to a virtual day office instead of a coffee shop or the hotel lobby! Sure, in these scenarios, the office is a little more expensive, but it might be worth the convenience, or the first impression.

What Comes with a Virtual Day Office?

A virtual day office can be an executive suite, or a conference room, or a small meeting virtual day officespace. It all depends on what would best fit your needs, as obviously something like what’s pictured on the right will be great for a meeting of three or four people (like a company or client meeting), but won’t be good for an entrepreneur or a freelancer who just needs something for one person. Whatever the case may be, either an executive suite, or a conference room/meeting space can be rented by the hour, day, or for a longer period of time. All three would come with Internet access, a dedicated phone line, a reception area, free coffee, and even printing, copying, and faxing service. It’s all that’s necessary to function like a normal office or company, but without spending a ton of money on things that you don’t need all the time.

What’s the Alternative?

Without a virtual day office, what you would and/or your company be doing? Would it have the large overhead associated with a typical office space? Would it be meeting in basements, libraries, and coffee shops in order to get things done? Would it be wasting time finding someplace suitable to work and dealing with distractions. If you, or your company, would be doing any or all of those things, then you definitely need a virtual day office. Fortunately, we have locations all over the country, so we’ll have something somewhere that can suit your needs.

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