Thinking of a New Virtual Office?

Sophisticated entrepreneurs have an image to maintain, but it can be challenging if your home is your office. If leasing a dedicated space in a shared workplace environment is not on your priority list right now, you may be the ideal candidate for “virtual” office services.

With a company such as Business District, the shared workplace leader in downtown Boston, you can impress clients with an exclusive address for mail and web presence and a receptionist to answer your calls. You also can opt to rent meeting space for client meetings.

“Our meeting facilities come with state-of-the-art technology, optional catering services and even meeting planners to help you with your function,” says Ben Gunther of Business District. “Utilizing our virtual office services gives you the image you seek to attract the clients you want so you can focus on running your business.”

It’s an economical way to obtain a high-profile, exclusive address in a city of your choice, at a fraction of buying or renting it. In addition to the receptionist, address, and on-demand meeting space option with all the amenities of a corporate environment, most virtual offices include business services such as printing, copying and faxing.

Even larger companies are using virtual offices to accommodate increasing numbers of employees who telecommute.

For more information on the flexible packages offered by Business District, contact us today.