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DId you know we are the only virtual office provider offering unlimited minutes on our call forwarding feature? Well it’s true. And this Father’s Day we are also waiving our registration fee, valued at a $100. Sign up now during our sale before it’s too late!
Show dad you care this Father’s Day with a give from Opus Virtual Offices. We’re offering FREE registration until June 19 for any of our locations, including our Premium locations. Contact us today for more information.
Top 6 reasons to take on Virtual Office Space Above all, cost is the number one factor when considering taking on Virtual Office Space. These virtual solutions are basically turn-key as well and offer many advantages for all types of businesses. Whether you’re looking to add a presence in an attractive city to gain market share or you’re just starting…read more →
Deciding to have a virtual office is probably one of the best choices you’ve made for your business, even if your only reason for having one is to show clients that you have a corporate location. Actually, there are many ways to maximize the benefits from your investment in a virtual office.
It won’t be easy for Midwesterners to forget the Great Chicago Blizzard of 2011. Chicago, Illinois was hit especially hard. 1300 flights were canceled at O’Hare and Midway airports. Blizzard status winds battered the city and white-out conditions were reported, as was the unique phenomenon of thundersnow. Schools and universities were closed, at least 900 vehicles were stranded – some…read more →