Just because you’re a startup doesn’t mean your presence has to be as limited as your cash flow. Making the right impression can be the difference between critical investment and running deeper into the red. The global business world has brought buyers and sellers closer together, but there are many as many questions as there are answers. How can your startup go global from day one? How can you be in three critical meetings in three different locations all on the same day? How can you operate on a startup budget but present yourself like an established player? This feature will discuss how virtual offices can provide you with the professional presence you need, all while keeping precious funds in your company coffers.
Let’s face it, the recent coworking trend is here to stay, and why shouldn’t it be? Intimate spaces where fresh startups can rub elbows with one another often bring synergies and successes that would otherwise be out of reach in a home office. But what about when your ideas start to gain traction and you’re ready to get serious about your company’s growth? Executive suites and business centers offer the perfect next step for companies looking to scale in a cost effective and flexible way. Below are 5 areas that might let you know it’s time to graduate: