Just as people’s careers progress, everything around their professional environment evolves as well, like in the field of business technology, from bartering and trading to building structures and office setups. Virtual Offices, for instance, are arrangements which have been proven to be advantageous and cost effective because companies will stand to save money from travel and accommodation expenses, not to mention the added security because business transactions can be done through telecommunications. In fact, seeing the convenience, more entrepreneurs are starting to rely on this kind of method. An article from realbusiness.com explains that:
In addition to providing physical office spaces, many operators are using technology to their advantage and supplementing their income with virtual offices. Virtual offices are often used by remote workers who want the same benefits as businesses with a physical office space. They provide an address and telephone number that can be used for business correspondence and to boost corporate identity.
Like the serviced office industry, virtual offices are significantly increasing in popularity, especially in London, New York and Paris.
In an urban center like Stamford where big and small corporations are crowding, businesses would do well to ask the help of Connecticut Business Centers to assist them in setting up an office space in Stamford CT. Our flagship location, the Landmark Square Center, is right in Stamford’s central business district so you know you’ll have an accessible workplace.
Whatever kind of Connecticut office space you require, with our assistance, you will get the assurance of getting the best of both worlds: full mobility to get work done wherever you need it, combined with a prestigious address and full connectivity. Access to meeting spaces and business support services are also included, giving you that opportunity to run your business virtually without losing out on any of the things brick-and-mortar companies have.
(Article Excerpt from Route 1 Closed in Madison, NBC Connecticut, May 18, 2014)