Spring is the season for rebirth, renewal and of course, spring cleaning. For small business owners looking to trim costs, spring can be the season for saving. All thanks to a special promotion from Opus Virtual Offices, the leader in alternative workspaces. With 500 locations across the country, Opus Virtual Office services include a live receptionist, multiple business phone and fax numbers. Also included is a dedicated business mailing address and other features. This allows small business owners to significantly reduce their overhead expenses.
As part of its springtime promotion, Opus will waive their usual $100 setup fee required for all new customers. Just enter the promo code “SG18” when they sign up. “Spring is a great time to make some big changes,” said Opus Virtual Offices CEO Yori Galel. “And for many small business owners, making the change to a virtual office can be one of the most profitable of the year. A virtual office reduces costs while also creating the professional impression of a larger organization. To help encourage that switch, we’re giving an immediate $100 off by waiving the setup costs to any new customer. Just use the promo code ‘SG18’ at signup.”
An Opus Virtual Office is the Best Choice for Spring
Opus Virtual Offices charge a simple flat monthly fee of $99 which includes a live professional receptionist with up to four different business telephone numbers, a corporate business mailing address, personalized voicemail boxes and a business fax number with email forwarding. Many locations have conference room rentals and other office amenities. The mission of Opus VO is to provide excellent service without any of the fine print and hidden fees that many other alternative office companies apply to their accounts. With the surge in self-employed and remotely-working persons, the virtual office industry has been seeing tremendous growth. Opus has long been a pioneer in the trade, with their simple, all-inclusive monthly fee. There’s no better time for an independent business owner to see the impact that a virtual office can make on their bottom line.