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  • Has any one used a Virtual Office Serivce?

    I just started trying it out and so far so good. I was wondering if anyone had any feedback or experiences ?

    Cheers
    Lex

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    Re: Has any one used a Virtual Office Serivce?

    Originally posted by Lex87 View Post
    I just started trying it out and so far so good. I was wondering if anyone had any feedback or experiences ?

    Cheers
    Lex
    i think oyu can go fot it.... good luck.. many people dont know about that Virtual Office Concept
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      Re: Has any one used a Virtual Office Serivce?

      Hello
      Our Virtual Office Services include business addresses in prime locations including Virtual Offices in London, UK and New York. The purpose of a Virtual Office Service is to provide a professional business environment for your organisation. Whether you're a home-worker, start-up or sole trader, a Virtual Office allows you to be perceived to be a large, established organisation that can do the business. Mail Forwarding address are available in a number of cities including mail forwarding London and mail forwarding New York. Our Telephone Answering Service, also known as Call Handling, is also offered at these locations.

      Other Virtual Office space uses include, using the mail forwarding, business address for your companies Registered Office. It's also a great way to promote your business as being multinational, by using a number of Virtual Office mail forwarding, business addresses.

      Furthermore, our Virtual Office solutions provide Phone Answering Services, which allocate you real receptionists that handle your call handling service in your company name. You'll never miss another call again with our Phone Answering Services as our Virtual Office call handling centre is always on hand to take messages on your behalf, when you cant take the call. It's a fabulous service and means you don't have to carry the overhead of a full time receptionist.
      Whether your working from home or just starting up, now more than ever, is a great time to Go Virtual!

      If you are looking for office space, we have serviced office and executive office locations in the finest commercial real estate all over the world, catering for all large and small office space needs whether your commercial or work from home business is looking to sublease office space or use our conveinent executive suites and virtual office space services.
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        Re: Has any one used a Virtual Office Serivce?

        It's a relatively new industy. Basically, if you need a 'base' in a particular city where you do business, you have two choices, an office with office space that you pay for, or a virtual office, which is shared by other companies. But the receptionist is going to say your company name when she / he picks up the phone.

        The company I work for has 130 locations in 80 cities (7 states). You could tell your customers that you had that many locations, and you'd be right.

        The thing is that a virtual office is orders of magnitude cheaper than a real office, and much, much less responsibility. We have an FAQ (FAQ-ish) if you want to check it out. I have hyperlinked it here.

        Feel free to PM me if you have more questions.

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          I saw an article in Reader's Digest this month that mentioned a career called "Virtual Assistant". I never knew this job exsisted but had always wished it did. I'm a stay-at-home-mom who knows my way around computers/internet very well. I love to research and I love to translate (English to Spanish and vice versa.) I don't have a college education though. Is this line of work very competitive? Would I be able to find a position or do these types of jobs go mainly to corporate women who decide to work from home?

          Thanks in advance.
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            Re: Has any one used a Virtual Office Serivce?

            Originally posted by connell44 View Post
            I saw an article in Reader's Digest this month that mentioned a career called "Virtual Assistant". I never knew this job exsisted but had always wished it did. I'm a stay-at-home-mom who knows my way around computers/internet very well. I love to research and I love to translate (English to Spanish and vice versa.) I don't have a college education though. Is this line of work very competitive? Would I be able to find a position or do these types of jobs go mainly to corporate women who decide to work from home?

            Thanks in advance.
            I don't know, but you should start your own thread. So that people will see it in the title. Get more replies that way ... Good luck

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            • #7
              Re: Has any one used a Virtual Office Serivce?

              Hi

              Virtual offices can be used by anyone. Quite a few companies can not afford costly office spaces. Virtual offices is the ideal solution for them. A virtual office saves much needed capital required for an office. With latest technology available, you can conduct your business almost from everywhere. Only thing you need is an up market business address, to which your clients can relate. In this case, you have two options-either, you can rent a post office box or you can use a commercial mail receiving agency service that gives you a corporate sounding address and suite number. That’s why, most of the virtual offices are located in major cities, due to their prestigious business addresses.

              Virtual offices give you flexibility. If you are in an airport, you have access to your business through virtual offices, if you are at home, your office moves there. This flexibility gives you access to your business at all the times. This is not possible in a conventional offices. For a conference or meeting, you can rent conference rooms in ‘executive office suites’. Now you can compare the cost of renting an office suite versus leasing an office for a longer period. The advantages of virtual offices are more obvious.

              Thanks

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              • #8
                Re: Has any one used a Virtual Office Serivce?

                Hello


                Virtual workspace is a way through which you can save a lot of money while setting up a new business. If you are you interested in creating a virtual office, the following tips help in creating one easily for you:

                1. To ensure the success of your virtual office, you should have a very efficient computer system and a reliable and fast paced net connection. Make sure you also install all the important items such telephone, printer, scanner, copier, etc

                2. Communication is one of the most important factors that can influence the success of a business. If you miss out on an important call, you can miss out on some important business projects. In order to make sure you have the best communication system, you need to make use of the best emailing service such as Gmail, different instant messengers, VOIP applications for making cheap phone calls through your computer over long distance, etc.

                3. Here the services of the virtual office. This will help in saving all your important documents online that you would like to share with your clients or workers virtually. This way you will immediately come to know about that you are on same page with your virtual partners. It will also help in portraying your business professionally.

                4. While creating a virtual office, you should also need to think about how you will conduct business meetings. You can deal with business meetings through video conferencing. Just by installing a webcam and necessary applications, you can come facet o face with your online business partners and employees and discuss your business in a better manner.

                5. Creating a virtual office is not tough. You will find success in your virtual office only when you outsource your work by hiring the services of virtual assistants to do different types of works for you.
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                  Re: Has any one used a Virtual Office Serivce?

                  Hello
                  A virtual office for your home business is a creative way to let employees focus on their work instead of wasting their time and energy commuting. Going virtual also can help your company save cash, increase profits, and expand its reach.

                  Here are 10 tips for building a productive off-site team.

                  1. Find the right phone system. Your phone system must be able to link and support all your remote locations in order to project the image of a single company.
                  2. Build an intranet. Because your employees don't all go to work at a single location, you need to foster communication and instill in them the sense that they're still part of a team. An intranet can help do both. It can connect your virtual team and make it easier to share information.
                  3. Hold off-site meetings as needed. There are a number of companies and hotels that provide high-end business suites and services to mobile executives. There’s also the local chain coffee shop, which may offer Wi-Fi access and enough space for you to hold informal meetings.
                  4. Plan team-building events. In-person events are essential to remind your employees that they're not alone. These events can be as simple as a lunch at your house or as involved as a professionally administered training program.
                  5. Hire a virtual secretary. A virtual secretary is someone — or a team of someones — who work off-site but who are hooked into your phone system, giving the impression that they are answering calls on-site. Virtual secretaries can answer phones, set up appointments, and take messages around the clock, if necessary.
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                  • #10
                    Re: Has any one used a Virtual Office Serivce?

                    Hi guys

                    One of the more common aspects of the virtual office is that you will get a virtual office service that is called the virtual office assistant, and these are the for hire people that are attached to your account and help you to manage all the ins and outs of your everyday business dealings. Having one is quite important because you will not be around for most of the time, and what is going to happen is that more and more people are going to want this service as part of the package. With a virtual assistant, most of your elements would be taken care of, and what you need to do is to be able to know what exactly a VA is, what functions they can do for you and how to find the best ones. For one thing, the VA is most beneficial to both the company that is doing the virtual office solution, as well as the company using it.

                    Thanks


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                    • #11
                      Re: Has any one used a Virtual Office Serivce?

                      Many businesses need virtual office services at some time or other, and for many different reasons. My friend use virtual office services to hire many part-time workers. And to show her business around the world. If you would like to learn more about virtual office services visit Eos Solutions.
                      Last edited by iamsuperman; 06-07-2011, 07:05 AM.
                      Great tips for virtual offices

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                      • #12
                        Re: Has any one used a Virtual Office Serivce?

                        i have no any idea for this.
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                          Re: Has any one used a Virtual Office Serivce?

                          Thanks to all for sharing such useful information. I really appreciate for participating in this thread.
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                            yes we are doing this business as you said virtual Office Service. Its proper name is call center outsourcing or simply outsourcing, In simple word you are doing jobs for some one else on different location. I am doing this and so it s producing average results for me. try it, this will be nice experience for you.
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                              Re: Has any one used a Virtual Office Serivce?

                              A virtual office is a combination of off-site live communication and address services that allow users to reduce traditional office costs while maintaining business professionalism...i think by this time you must have gathered a lot of information about what you needed.....
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