How a Virtual Office Puts Your Business on the Map

How a Virtual Office Puts Your Business on the Map

In our current situation, virtually everything has gone, well, virtual. Virtual meetings, virtual learning, virtual marathons - there’s even a virtual pub quiz.

Did you know there’s also a virtual office?

The concept is similar to a regular flexible office, except virtual office users usually work remotely or from home rather than from an office. A virtual office gives you a commercial address for your business cards and marketing material, regular mail forwarding to your home, receptionist call answering services, and admin support.

As you can imagine, it’s particularly popular during the current situation. However, the virtual office didn’t spring up in light of the health crisis. It’s been around for at least 30 years and for many small business owners and independent entrepreneurs, it’s a normal part of business life.

A virtual office is a cost-effective and flexible way to establish a local presence in your location of choice, without the commitment of a physical office.

At UBC we've been providing virtual offices alongside serviced offices since day one. We offer a business address, mail forwarding and call answering services from our own receptionists in 7 locations across the UK, all from just £45 per month (and your first month free!)

So, if you want to show customers that you’re open for business while you work from home, speak to us about a virtual office.

Our team is currently managing all 7 of our centres remotely with no disruption to our services, which means you can be up and running with your own office address within a matter of days.