If you’ve ever thought about working with or hiring another company your first step was most likely to check out their website. In this day and age having a nice website is no longer a novelty; it’s a necessity. So you browse their site a little bit, check out their services/products and perhaps the blog, but most people usually end up on the “Contact” page after looking around for a bit. On that “Contact” page, front and center, is your email address, phone number, and of course, business address.
Now as you’re looking over their contact information what kind of impression would it give you if the listed business address was a suburban home? A storage unit? A rural home?
By comparison, what kind of impression would it give you if it was a centrally located, downtown office building?
First impressions definitely matter, and a good first impression is part of what you get when you choose to have a Virtual Office. To further that point, when it comes to the time where you need to meet with prospective customers and clients having a Virtual Office location with boardrooms will allow you to meet them at your listed business address. You’ve now gone from running a small business out of your home to meeting clients at your office, complete with boardrooms and a receptionist.
If you’re interested in learning more about how a Virtual Office service could help your business feel free to get in touch with Kelsey at kelsey[at]thecodefactory[dot]ca.
– Gareth Graham