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What is a virtual office?

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A virtual office is defined as a membership plan within a coworking space that includes a professional business address. Having a business address gives members the ability to send and receive mail professionally as opposed to using their personal home address for their business, adding an air of professionalism to business endeavors. Virtual office plans are designed to meet the needs of businesses that don’t require an office setting every day, but desire a professional business presence for those times when they need to schedule client or even vendor meetings. This could be the perfect solution for those in industries such as photography, video production, blogging, real estate, programming, graphic design, law, and consulting, just to name of few. Some virtual office memberships serve to establish a presence for businesses in different markets in order for businesses to expand their brands to different geographical locales without the expense of renting or leasing office space when they don’t really need it yet.

What sets a virtual office space apart from a PO Box or Mail Business Center is the ability to rent meeting rooms or conference rooms when needed for presentations or collaborations with others. Virtual office memberships at Venture X locations include access to meeting rooms at member rates for those times when it’s necessary to sit down and meet with clients in a professional space. Virtual office members can also purchase day pass access, at member rates, to common areas when needed.