A Practical Guide to Office Solutions
Thanks to cloud computing and internet telephony, gone are the days when you needed a designated office space to run a business.
Sometimes your company may still need a traditional office. But if you are an independent entrepreneur or you’re just starting out, you may not have to commit to a permanent space and all the bells and whistles it entails.
Virtual office services offer call answering and a mailing address, for those who need the bare minimum and can work remotely. For growing businesses or those in flux, renting serviced office space on a needs-basis can work out far cheaper than a long-term rental agreement. Or individuals may find all they need is a quiet business lounge and occasional meeting room.
If you don’t need the kitchen sink when it comes to office space, it may make sense to tailor an office package according to your needs and budget. This guide offers a brief overview of the different options and how they differ when it comes to daily use.
Infographic by i2 Office who run business centres across the UK.
Cover photo credit: wili_hybrid
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