Is your business on a standstill? Do you feel that if your business had a commercial office your client list can have a chance to grow? Are you in extreme need of an office space—but not quite prepared for the financial commitment of a full-time office lease? We know that companies sometimes get caught mid-step when growing to the next level. That’s why we developed a new space solution for overcoming this common situation.
Virtual office is gaining immense popularity because of the long list of benefits that come attached with it. With no leasing or building fees, security expenses to be incurred, virtual offices can be really cost-effective. As mentioned earlier, your business can get a prestigious address in one of the major cities across the globe, without the need for you to leave your current location. This can be a great benefit for businesses with a small-budget. A virtual office gives an organization more flexibility and efficiency in its operations. Your business can work with employees spread across the globe. What’s more, you do not have to supervise them.
The best time to go for virtual offices is now. A business that can do without a traditional office space should immediately opt for a virtual office. If you are interested in a virtual office then give us a call and one of our representative will be happy to go over the details of a virtual office http://www.vannuysoffices.com.
The decision to relocate has to be made with specific regard to the future of the business. It needs precise planning and research, the establishment needs to be faultless and the owner needs to be sure that relocating is the answer for his/her business future. Once you have made the decision to move your home business to an office, you have some planning to do.
The advantages of moving out of your home office comes down to increased professionalism, more space to work and unlimited growth potential. And less much less distraction. Renting a small office at a good price can be very meaningful.
The first decision you make when you have already decided to rent an office, should be your desired location. It’s usually a good idea to start looking at offices near your house to avoid a long commute. Of course, while this is the ideal option, it may not work out perfectly when you consider other details that greatly affect your business. You need to make sure the new location reaches your target audience, so do some research of the surrounding area to find out who lives near the building you are considering. Try giving Van Nuys Offices a call, they have small offices for short terms and for only $195 a month.
Second thing you should consider highly is making sure that all your office furniture, including desks, filing cabinets, and bookshelves, will fit into the new office space. Make sure you leave room for expansion, especially if you plan to hire a few employees soon. Also, consider where customers will sit when they come into the office. Draw a layout, measure your furniture and move your furniture around so that you can get an idea of how much square footage you will need.
Last thing after you have found your perfect office, you signed a lease, and now you’re ready to start running your business from the office. DON’T FORGET to update your address on all your licenses, bank account, vendor accounts, post office, and all your stationary. If you regularly get inventory shipments, you need to let the distributor know your company’s new address ahead of time. This can prevent you from having to move merchandise shortly after it is dropped off at your house, so be sure to update your business address. You will have to do the same for your mail and any marketing materials that feature your current address.
Renting an office space might seem like a luxury for a freelancer or an entrepreneur. But some freelancers say that renting a separate space is not only affordable, but also helps them do their job better — and, in the process, make more money. Because of the peace and tranquility you will have, it will allow you to focus more on your job and get more things done.
Not everyone gets distracted by every little thing, so distractions may not be an issue. In the event of annoying relatives, a rented office space might be something you should consider. Remember no two businesses are alike, just like no two owners are alike.
Consider taking your business to the next level. What do you have to lose? At Van Nuys Offices we are very flexible with our contracts because we know how hard it is at the beginning when you start your business. Therefore if you rent a small space from Van Nuys Offices and three months down the line you feel your business didn’t quite pick up. No Problem! We allow you to move out or move into a smaller space. Give us a call today so we can help you get into that office your business really needs. Or send us a message today!