1. Keep your home address private
Many small businesses or self employed people operate from home. This can save a lot of money in the first few years. Unfortunately, it also means giving customers your private address. Using a virtual office service means that your address won’t appear on public websites therefore you can keep your home address out of the public domain.
2. Professional address
Does your existing address look like a residential location? If a customer checks your location on Google Maps wouldn’t you prefer that they saw a professional, business address in a town center rather than your home address? Registering your address at a virtual office will give your business that professional edge.
3. Customer confidence
It is a legal requirement to display an address on your website. Using a virtual address allows you to display a real address, rather than a PO Box on websites, emails, and letters. Seeing a business address will automatically inspire more confidence in your customers.
4. One fixed address
A virtual address gives you flexibility. If you need to travel with your business or move into new regions as you expand, you will be able to do that without changing your address. You can also move house or rent a new property without having to continually update your business address.
5. Meeting Rooms
Many virtual office services are located within flexible spaces that offer other facilities for businesses, such as meeting room hire. If you need to meet a client you can simply hire a meeting room and direct them to the address that they have been using for correspondence.
A virtual address provides your customers with a genuine, professional address for your business. It allows you to run your business without the worry of revealing your private address to the world.
To find out more about our Virtual Office services, please contact us.