Regardless of your profession, you like cost-savings and convenience. Virtual offices offer a flexibility that is attractive across industries and adaptations to meet various individual needs; and they give options to suit a variety of business and personal work styles. Consider how a virtual office can match your needs.
Accounting and finance: Software and virtual advances make it possible for accountants to work exclusively remotely. A shared office space allows individual accountants to network with start up businesses and small businesses in need of financial services while allowing accountants to cut down on operational costs and offer competitive prices to these businesses. Accountants can still have the options to work from home the majority of the time and have office space for meetings and for professional mailing addresses.
Legal services: Law professionals have a variety of tasks carried out in different settings: cases argued in courts, client meetings and consultations, partner meetings, working on documents and research. Virtual offices give lawyers options to use an official address just for mail, to rent out rooms just for certain types of meetings, or to use a space for quiet research and writing. These options cut down on overhead costs of renting or owning a permanent space with furniture and administrative staff while increasing productivity by offering an adaptive environment for the lawyer to carry out diverse tasks. This also allows lawyers opportunities to work from home offices outside of client meetings without paying for unused space and cutting out unnecessary commute times.
Tech startups: Virtual offices offer start-ups a huge boost while cutting major costs. Significant time and expenses go into procuring, furnishing, and setting up a workplace that presents business legitimacy. Shared office spaces provide many pricing options, telephone and administrative staff, access to communication technology, meeting spaces, furniture, and other amenities that the start-up manager no longer has to think about.
Real estate: Real estate agents need to be flexible and rarely work conventional hours. Much of the work is done in coffee shops and on the road. So why pay a landlord for an office that sits empty much of the time? With shared office space meeting rooms and a variety of options, moving to virtual work does not mean forgoing professional meetings.
Non-profit organizations: Remote work allows non-profits to save overhead costs, select from a wider geographic hiring pool, offer better work-life-balance, and do something good for the environment. It’s important to still make the work collaborative and synchronized which can mean using virtual online collaboration platforms and holding periodic in person meetings and video calls which can be done cost-effectively in shared conference rooms.
Across industries, virtual and shared office spaces save money and give employees and managers more time and flexibility to carry out productive work. North Point Executive Suites gives its businesses a professional address to use, flexible options for office and meeting spaces, and a telephone service and front desk staff among other perks.