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Why a Permanent Registered Office matters now more than ever…


What’s the next step?

What’s the next step I need to take in order to ensure that my company makes it through these uncertain times?

As a business owner and entrepreneur, you’ve certainly had to re-evaluate much about your business over the past year. Before success or even sustainability, it’s time now to look to survival- to cut out all the non-essential costs and keep the business alive.

You may be looking towards downsizing and surrendering your office...but with the ambiguity regarding the future, it can be daunting to get locked in with a smaller space. At the same time, jumping from office to office, with all the paperwork and energy that it entails, is not at all a viable solution.

So what’s the next step? How do we find stability?

It’s simple. Register your Business at a Professional Address-

When you register your Office at a space like Golden Square, you promptly solve many of the challenges that come with gauging the longevity of such a unique situation. For starters, you’re immediately able to lift a heavy burden off your back by saving tremendously on Office Costs.

You can rest easy knowing that all the legal necessities that come with registering your business will be taken care of. After all, we’re office experts. This means that you will have access to a deskspace or workstation along with a company name board.

All the necessary documents and compliances required for registered office proof can be handled by us along with coordinating inspections and official communications. We can even connect you with professional Chartered Accountants and Company Secretaries to accelerate the whole transition process. In fact, we make sure that you have everything you need in less than 12 hours. As we often proclaim- focus on your key tasks, we’ll handle the rest.

As a Serviced Private Office, Golden Square also offers substantial Back Office Support. We handle your mail and phone lines, resulting in a much simpler remote work experience.
You can even look into Virtual Office solutions for support services as well as meeting rooms on demand.

Golden Square offices are present in Prime Locations across Bangalore- including Vittal Mallya Road, Koramangala, JP Nagar, Jayanagar, CBD-S, Hebbal, HSR- making it ideal for a decentralized team that collaborates remotely. Your team will always have a professional fully equipped office space whenever they need it. 
However, the main reason a registered office is the way forward is because of the flexibility it offers. Flexibility is the future of work. When the way forward is hazy and the situation unpredictable, adaptability is an invaluable trait. A flexible office solution is one that enables you to navigate these tumultuous waters, expanding and contracting with the ebb and flow.

Needless to say, Golden Square is primed for your company's eventual growth and expansion.
And until then?
We’re here to support you in any way you need.

Just contact Som Shekar:- +91 99456 64830 for instant support. 


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