If your business is growing at a steady rate there will arrive a time when you have to make a decision over office space. Whether the decision is to move in to a professional office space for the first time or to increase the amount of office space you operate within. These choices are all signs of progress for your business so the decision should be considered a positive sign, however the decision brings with it increased rent prices, as well other expenses such as power and electronic charges that may not have been considered. Taking these in to consideration, there is an alternative to traditional office space that small to medium sized organisations could benefit from investing in.
The alternative that exists is a virtual office, a virtual office involves consulting an external organisation who can provide you with a prestigious business address, such as a postcode on Regent Street along with a London contact number and telephone answering service that will allow you to be perceived as between situated in the business district while in fact you have not moved from your existing office. This alternative to the upheaval of physically moving offices and expanding working space is being utilised by more and more start up businesses that wish to spend to spend money on really enhancing their business not just their office space.