Virtual Office Users Miss out on Rail Fare Increases.
- Friday, 24 August 2012 08:50
Millions of commuters are facing more misery after rail bosses announced that rail fare prices would see an average increase of 6%, with some fares increasing by 11%. The rise in fares, which is far above inflation looks like it is going to hit commuters hard but there is an alternative that is being embraced by many small business owners to save costs and to give employees more trust and flexibility.
The alternative of course, is a virtual office. A virtual office is designed around convenience. You can be based wherever is ideal for you, in the home office, living room or in a cheaper local office space but you can still operate from that London address that would cost so much to travel to everyday.
Not only will employees save money, they’ll also save time and this can help to improve their work productivity.
If you want more information on a London virtual office, contact Hold Everything.
Cut your operating costs with a virtual office
- Wednesday, 04 July 2012 13:12
According to a new piece of research study from Servcorp, a virtual office can cut monthly operating costs by more than 50%.
The study looks at the savings from virtual office users who are utilising the full range of virtual office services available, including mail forwarding, virtual receptionist and boardroom hire.
Some of the biggest savings include hiring a dedicated phone line and virtual receptionist rather than employing a part time secretary to do a similar job, which would cost, at the very minimum, at least 3 times more.
If you want more information on how you can save money by using a virtual office, contact Hold Everything.
Avoid the Olympic traffic with a London Virtual Office
- Wednesday, 02 May 2012 15:27
As the London Olympics draws closer, we can’t help thinking that traffic in the capital is going to be the busiest ever.
Many office workers in London have been told to expect a transport nightmare during the event and TFL have already released a “get ahead of the games” travel pack, offering transport advice to the millions of people that will be affected.
We believe the best way for office workers to get around the travel chaos is to take advantage of some of the virtual office services available during the Olympics. Existing regular offices can take full advantage of services like mail forwarding and telephone answering as they would allow employees to work from home, where they wouldn’t have to face the traffic hell. Not only will employees be able to start work earlier, they also won’t arrive to work recovering from the stress of battling the morning traffic
Are you going to be affected by the traffic chaos during the Olympics? Consider a virtual office in London from Hold Everything.
Which industries use virtual offices?
- Tuesday, 03 April 2012 14:18
Virtual offices are more common than ever and many industries are using virtual office services to cut their costs and to improve & expand business.
We looked at some data from Choregus relating to virtual offices and we were surprised to see which industries are using virtual offices the most.
We were quite surprised when they reported that 40% of virtual office users were companies in the banking and finance sector. The banking and finance industry having a huge percentage of virtual office use. Other industries that had a big percentage of virtual office use included business services and consultancy that followed the finance sector with 16% and 14% of virtual office use respectively.
Another interesting statistic that was reported was that 57% of companies that use virtual office services
use the full virtual office package that is offered.
Are you considering taking full advantage of virtual office services?
Contact Hold Everything
for more information. We hoped you liked this information and it gave you a little insight into virtual offices.
Virtual office in the skies
- Friday, 09 March 2012 11:21
It might not be the kind of virtual office that we specialise in, but Hold Everything were excited by some news from Germany this week that there was a different style of virtual office being created, an office with a virtual sky.
The “virtual sky” system has been designed to brighten up poorly lit offices, which are thought to have pooper productivity. Users of the “virtual sky” have said “it feels like you are really outside”. The system uses LED’s to change light with the time of day and to create shapes, such as clouds.