I’ve always wanted to use that terrific quote – voted the second most memorable quote in movie history by the American Film Institute – and writing about Opus Virtual Offices has definitely given me my big chance! A virtual office is a deal you can’t pass up.
It’s sometimes surprised me, when speaking with otherwise-savvy entrepreneurs, to discover that some haven’t really given thought to how valuable and cost-effective opening a virtual office can be. Even more surprising is finding out that others did not even know that virtual offices existed.
Today, I’d like to get back to basics: offering just a handful of the many reasons why small companies should always consider the benefits of operating one or more virtual offices. Particularly from Opus Virtual Offices, the ultimate business solution.
How a Virtual Office from Opus VO Helps Your Business
1. Enhanced company image.
If you run a solo business out of your home, a virtual office gives you a corporate address, immediately cementing your professional credibility. If you run a bigger business, additional satellite branches with high-profile addresses in cities of your choice upgrades your image and allows you to expand your market presence and name recognition.
2. All at extremely low cost.
$99 a month, to be exact. No rental commitment to high-cost physical space. No utility bills, no additional infrastructure and equipment, no hiring, paying salaries, or managing additional staff.
3. Nothing beats personal service.
Included in Opus Virtual Office’s low cost package are live professional receptionists answering customer calls with greetings customized by you; efficiently routing messages wherever they need to go. Real people answering phones is often the difference between clinching or losing a deal or client.
4. The technology is available. If you don’t grab it, your competition will.
Advanced communications is how business is done today. Your virtual office comes with a local corporate telephone and and fax number, voicemail that converts to WAV audio files and premium paging and call forwarding.
Now tell me how anyone can refuse all this for only $99 a month!