Many of us dream of going to work in a corner office, but goals don’t come to fruition overnight. As you continue to build your network and skill set and work your way up to that high-powered role, a Virtual Office plan could be a great option for you. Here are 5 reasons why a Virtual Office can provide you with a low-risk, high-reward solution as you grow in your career.
Running your company with AdvantEdge Workspaces makes your life as a business owner much easier; we take care of all of the logistical details and allow you to focus on what is most important – guiding your business to success and growth. We know that meetings are what really take your business to the next level; we’ve designed our centers to provide professional meeting spaces that help you close the deal. All AdvantEdge locations offer a variety of meeting spaces built to accommodate anything from intimate weekly meetings to large full-company seminars.
As a leader of your business, it's your responsibility to answer many crucial questions about the future of your organization. How can I best accommodate additional staff? What kind of office plan works for my business? What kind of message do I want to send guests and clients? By considering a private office suite in your shared office space, you may just find the answer to all these questions and more.
More professionals than ever are choosing to work from home; with over thirty years of experience in virtual administrative support, AdvantEdge Workspaces is ideally equipped to meet the transitioning needs of the business community in the DC area. As you continue to build your network and skillset and work your way up to that high-powered role, a Virtual Office plan could be a great option for you. Here are 5 reasons why a Virtual Office can provide you with a low-risk, high-reward solution as you grow in your career.
AdvantEdge Workspaces has been providing professional facilities with attentive and efficient service to the DC business community for over 30 years, so we appreciate the importance of consistency. The basis of a strong relationship with any client is trust, and that trust can only be established by following through time and time again with the promise of great service.
Virtual events come with their own unique set of challenges. Planning one online is a very different experience from executing one in-person. Right now, meetings are still essential, and if you can’t put off holding it in-person any longer, going virtual is the right solution. How can you ensure that your event will have people ready to turn on their cameras and mics to participate? Follow the tips below to set yourself up for success!
Be Prepared with the Right Space
Even though your event is all online, the physical space that you are in still matters. Utilizing a serviced workspace can help you focus on what truly matters and leaves elements like the set-up to experienced staff members. You will have a professional backdrop for the event while having crisp audio and video. Renting a meeting room to get on a video call may seem counterintuitive, but it can be what takes your event experience to the next level.
Meetings over video platforms are the norm these days, as people continue to work remotely. Sometimes a basic video call on your laptop just does not cut it. Professional video conferencing services in a shared workspace can take your meetings to the next level. You can conduct your meeting confidently, without interruptions, in the right setting. Here’s why you need to upgrade you video conferencing capabilities before sending out another calendar invite:
While many people are still not ready or able to be in the office full time, there may be situations where it makes sense or is necessary for your team to be together in person. Some discussions and projects are hard to accomplish virtually. A conference room rental package is the perfect solution for when you need to meet with others and do not already have a full-time office space to use.
Your logo is the visual representation of your business and its value, so it's imperative that it makes the right statement and evolves with your company. Whether you have a time-tested brand, or are just getting your start-up off the runway, here are some things to consider when reevaluating or creating a logo: