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Advantages of Virtual and Shared Office

Whether you are a new business or a large business looking to set up operations in a new location, it is imperative to have a physical space to call an “office”. However constructing a new office and setting up the new infrastructure is a long and time consuming process. Not to mention, it might not be the most cost effective option if you have just a handful of people working. Even if you do manage to get a physical location and the basic amenities such as internet and telephone, it will still lack meeting rooms, receptionists, projectors, etc.

In order to address these challenges for businesses, a new concept of shared office and virtual office has emerged. In this offering, a business can rent out a fully furnished office complete with reception services, communication services, meeting rooms, cubicles etc. by the day or even months depending on their requirements.














Some of the other benefits of the shared/virtual office (apart from the cost and above mentioned conveniences) are:

1. Location: Most shared and virtual offices are located in the central business districts of cities. This makes it easy for clients and employees. It also makes the company look and feel more professional.

2. Networking: This concept also allows you to share office spaces with other businesses which can lead to several networking opportunities and benefit from potential synergistic opportunities.

3. Technology:  Shared and virtual offices generally are equipped with the latest technology solutions such as projectors, conferencing solutions, IVR, remote management etc. which help the businesses take off immediately.

4. Back office support: Whether you need copies of documents or processing of incoming mail, the
office staff can help you out with small errands and mundane tasks to help you focus on growing your business.

So what are you waiting for? If you have such a business requirement in Bangalore, get in touch with Golden Square today! Visit http://goldensquare.in for contact details and more information.

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