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New Year, New Idea with Virtual Office

‘It was a bold experiment in creating the office of the future. There were no offices, no desks, no personal equipment. And no survivors.’ – Extract from Lost in Space by Warren Berger for WIRED. Racing advances in technology and ever expanding online markets have allowed for an increasingly customisable business model that doesn’t require a shop front or physical office presence.  As the way work becomes more fluid, more mobile and more malleable – the concept of Virtual Office has developed as an increasingly relevant, cost-effective solution.

Virtual Office includes all the vital elements of a professional business frontline: a business address, mail management, dedicated phone number, personalised call answering services and access to meeting space or office suites as you need. If 2015 is the year you hope to launch your latest entrepreneurial scheme, Virtual Office will give you the freedom to test out your idea as well as the professional image to support it.

The Office Space Virtual Office offers a consistent business presence for workers on the road, at home, or balancing full-time commitments with the commencement of a new venture. We provide the essential professional interface between you and your clients so you can focus on the core of your business.

The Office Space offers a range of customisable Virtual Office packages to suit your budget and requirements. For more information, please email [email protected]

Got a great business idea? We want to hear about it.

As a part of our New Year, New Idea campaign we will be searching for the 3 best new business ideas to support. Submit your proposed business plan to [email protected] and you will go into the running to win 6 months access to our Virtual Office services to help launch your business.

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