The address serves a huge number of business requirements. Opening a bank account, receiving mail, an address for your email and website footer, registering your business, business licensing, and more.
They’re all tied to your address. It doesn’t necessarily matter whether you work there or not.
Speaking of where to work, that’s up to you. You can work from home, from a coworking space, or even from a minivan.
Perception and Credibility
In business, perception is incredibly important.
A virtual office helps your business build credibility.
For a new client or an investor, a company with an office address appears more trustworthy than one with a residential address.
It looks more established. It shows that you’re thinking long-term, you’re professionally minded, and you’re serious about your future business prospects.
To potential clients and stakeholders, those things are important.
Good news is, you can still get that all-important perception and credibility with a virtual office for a lot less than traditional office rental.
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