Virtual office space gives you untold freedom

17th February 2016

 

Setting up a business can be both an exciting and daunting experience. It is also a time for commitment, both to your business and your future. For many, it is also a time of considerable financial commitment, and that is when the pressure mounts. From day one your eye will be on how much revenue is being generated not so much to make a profit, but to claw back any costs originally laid out in the creation and establishment of the business.

With Virtual HQ we are able to take a great weight off your shoulders and we can give you back a considerable amount of financial freedom, saving you a considerable sum of money that you can invest in other more productive areas of your business. Because the virtual office model has been so successful even large and established companies are now turning to ‘virtual’ as a means of increasing profitability.

Let’s have a quick look at where savings can be made. No substantial rent to pay and no deposit or solicitors fees to pay for the lease setup. No office staff to pay wages for, national insurance and tax contributions, or workplace insurance. No rates electricity, water or gas bills. No furniture, telephones, computers or other office equipment need be bought. No sudden and unexpected payments for anything. It soon adds up and over the period of a year, £20,000 could easily be eaten up. With Virtual HQ you would struggle to have paid £1,000 for the same period of time and with all the same services offered to yourself and your clients.

Now that’s just the financial freedom. The other freedom comes with freedom from binding contracts. Your obligation to us is to settle your account on a monthly basis. If you decide to stop, you are not tied to a 3-year lease for a virtual office. You do not pay us a deposit you would forfeit and you do not have any equipment leases to honour. You can wind up your virtual office with just one communication and no hassle will arise, and you can have your virtual office where you want, either in Bristol, Leicester, Nottingham, Wells or Cardiff.

Finally, there is emotional freedom. Setting up an office means employing staff and closing an office means making them redundant. Many small business owners feel a huge responsibility towards their staff. With virtual HQ you don’t have to worry about anyone but yourself, and that is a considerable comfort.

Even if you are just exploring the idea of a virtual office, please feel free to get in touch and have a chat. We are here to help you before, during and after you create your virtual office and we are always happy to answer any questions you may have.