Go Virtual and go “Green” - kill two birds with one stone

May 21, 2013 - by Nida U.
Virtual Office

Every offshore company in each of jurisdictions is required by law to have local registered address so called „minimum local presence”.

But for those who have some sorts of an active businesses „virtual office facility” might just be what they need! This is a paid service, which brings to life your already registered address. Virtual office has sub-services, which can be any or all of the following: full address for business correspondence, telephone and fax numbers, mail and fax forwarding service, document re-mailing and call handling service. These services create a more comprehensive “ground presence” for your company, giving the company a more “bricks and mortar” appearance in active trading situations. From your clients point of view, the fact that your company is registered in BVI, Belize or Seychelles as well as your office is based over there, will seem more real.

Yet another benefit is money saving. Normal office expenses are pretty high; those include rent, energy bills, other utility bills, office equipment, office service –i.e., employees – receptionist, secretary and others if needed, furniture, water coolers, coffee makers and I could go on and on in this list. Virtual office costs depending on services are anywhere between USD 250 up to USD 1200 per year, which is a tiny little USD 20 to USD 100 per month, and that is nothing in comparison with what is paid for real office.

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Last but not Least! For those who care about environment, virtual office usage is also environmentally friendly choice.

While normal office usage brings along excessive electricity usage, paper waste and even gas usage as you don’t spend hours and hours in your car or public transport on a way to office, virtual office usage cuts all of these.

So, by using virtual office you give a little promise to earth by going that mile towards greener choice!

Thank you for reading my post! And you are welcome to leave comments, feedback, suggestions for other posts or contact me for more information.

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