When someone first starts a new business, it’s not uncommon to operate in survival mode for the first few months or years. Once you’ve reached a stable point, however, it could be time to focus on expansion and growth.
Accounting and tax professionals have relied on virtual office space and services for years. They meet clients in private office spaces that can be rented by the hour, week, or month. It’s also not uncommon for these professionals to rent virtual office space solely during the busy season.
Here at Intelligent Office, many of our members are lawyers who run their firms from our virtual office spaces. They join us when they realize all of the benefits that come with our private office spaces, like low overhead and prestige from a well-known business address.
If you're an entrepreneur or small business owner, there's a chance you could benefit from some executive assistance. Here's how to tell if you could use an extra hand, plus tips on how to find affordable administrative help.