With its recent additions of office space in Delaware, and prestigious Beverly Hills, Opus Virtual Offices has emerged as the leader in the alternative workspace industry. The company now boasts more than 500 locations in every one of the contiguous United States. In addition to all services necessary to create the best impression possible – business address, business fax and phone and a live personal receptionist to field calls – many Opus Virtual Offices offer conference rooms and other amenities to create the perfect office solution at a low cost.
In recent years, alternative workspaces have become one of the fastest-expanding businesses sectors, and it’s no surprise why. The Wall Street Journal has reported that over 34 percent of American workers are now classified as “freelance.” The use of virtual offices eliminates the cost of renting, leasing or buying brick-and-mortar office space. Not to mention the furnishings, utility costs and staffing. It’s a smarter, more cost-conscious yet equally effective way to do business in today’s new environment.
Some small businesses find it advantageous to set up a virtual office in lower tax domiciles like Delaware, Tampa, Ft. Lauderdale or Boca Raton to legally and effectively lower their annual tax bill the same as big corporations. “More and more people are working as freelancers,” said Opus Virtual Offices CEO Yori Galel. “With laptops and cellphones, so much office work can be done in a non-office environment. When it’s time to create a solid business impression nothing is as impactful as a receptionist answering incoming calls or a prestigious business mailing address.”
No Fine Print, One Low Price. That’s the Benefit of a Virtual Office
Opus VO operates on a simple, all-inclusive flat-rate pricing of $99 per month rather than the more complicated pricing structures like other virtual office providers. There are no hidden “fine print” fees, and that price remains the same across the country. Opus basic services include everything necessary to establish an impressive corporate identity including: a professional live personal receptionist; a corporate business mailing address; personalized voicemail boxes; business fax number with email forwarding; and up to four different business phone numbers.