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Nowadays, if you are starting a business there are so many more options available when it comes to business structure and development. You do not need to go down the traditional route of a brick and mortar office space anymore and virtual offices are fast becoming the norm for startups, especially in Melbourne. There are many advantages to using a secure virtual office service, with lower costs being one of the most beneficial to a startup. 

Virtual offices have been around for a while now, and they are only gaining popularity. Over time, the services offered have drastically improved to include things like access to meeting rooms on an as-needed basis as well as access to a team of support staff. Virtual office services can be helpful to any business, but they can really be of benefit to startups.

Let’s take a closer look at some of the advantages a virtual office service can offer your Melbourne startup.


Create The Right Impression From The Start


Getting into business can be a terrifying and stressful venture, and it can often seem like the odds are stacked against you. You might wonder how you could ever compete with established businesses working out of prestigious offices with huge networking connections. A virtual office service can help to level the playing field in some regards. 

With a premium virtual office service, you will have an address in some the most upmarket buildings in Melbourne’s CBD and you can use this address on all of your business correspondence and marketing materials. For a fraction of the cost of renting an actual office space in these buildings, you can create the right impression from the beginning and get your startup off on the right foot. You will also have the option of using coworking spaces at these locations as well as meeting rooms on an as-needed basis, so you can really impress potential clients should you need to meet them face to face.


Lower Costs 


As well as the great impression created by the prestigious business address, there are added benefits to using a virtual office as a startup. Because you don’t have to take out a lease for traditional office space, the costs of getting started are drastically reduced. Add to that the fact that you don’t have to buy office furniture, or worry about the associated costs and utilities that come with having an actual brick-and-mortar office space. All these savings are crucial at a time when capital is limited and you need every penny available to get your business off the ground. 


Greater Flexibility


Because virtual office plans are offered on a flexible month to month basis, you have the freedom to concentrate on growing your business without worrying about being locked into long-term leases or contracts for utility payments like electricity, telephone and internet bills. You are free to upgrade, downgrade or discontinue your plan as your business needs grow.


Access To Support Staff


There is so much work involved in starting up a new business, and your time is a precious commodity. With a premium virtual office provider, you will have access to a team of support staff as well as a dedicated receptionist. No more being interrupted by every single phone call or message, someone else can handle those details. A professional receptionist will answer all of your calls, transfer the important ones, and take messages for those that can wait. And most importantly, this leaves you with more time to focus on more important matters, like growing your business.


The Future Is Made Of Virtual Reality


Virtual offices are a whole new way of running a business and they are seeing huge growth in recent years. Getting a business up and running is one of the hardest tasks in business, so it is good to have some support. Take advantage of these business innovations and your Melbourne startup will be set up for success.

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