Life in the modern business world can feel downright cutthroat at times, especially when you’re competing online: A recent search for “CPA Denver CO” returned 6.9 million results and 13 pages of local business listings.
Being an entrepreneur or small business owner is a juggling act. Every day, you have to wear a variety of different hats — business development, marketing, sales, administration and reception, and the list goes on.
The idea of a virtual office
can be confusing. What does “virtual” mean? Is there an actual office? What are the benefits of a virtual office? These are all reasonable questions that we regularly hear from business owners. We wanted to clarify these misunderstandings and shine a light on a few things you might not know about virtual offices. Here are seven things you didn’t know about virtual offices.
If you’ve ever been disappointed by an employee’s unethical behavior, your small business could benefit from a code of ethics. In fact, codes of ethics are useful tools for any sized business, even if you only have one employee.
Before you drop into a virtual office space for the first time, it’s helpful to learn a bit more about the environment. For many small business owners, working from a new space is equal parts exciting and nerve-wracking (especially if you’ve really gotten used to your home office or your favorite coffee shop.)