No Guilt
Resorting to hourly coffee purchases might be the best way to avoid glares from the cafe employees after you plunk yourself down for an eight-hour work day at one of their tables. But you don't have to feel guilty about working at a co-working space at Intelligent Office. You can plug in your laptop and take that phone call without the guilt of breaking the "vibe."
 The Office Set Up
The desk chair can be a seriously under appreciated piece of office equipment unless you are forced to leave it behind. Intelligent Office allow you to enjoy desk chairs [with wheels and back support!] as well as enough desk room to spread out all of your computer equipment, paperwork, and work utensils. At Intelligent Office once you stake out a spot on a desk or in an office space, you're welcome to leave your things there overnight so that you can pick up right where you left off in the morning.
 Networking Without Trying
Your could drag yourself to after-work networking events, speakers, and conferences... OR you can meet dozens of people with interesting projects by simply working alongside them during the day. Our receptionist are responsible for knowing everybody's business and making introductions between people who might be able to help each other.
 The Water Cooler Community
After overhearing a discussion about an exceptional sandwich place in the Silverado Park Place Plaza, I asked those in discussion where it was. Instead of relating the cross-streets, I was invited to lunch with them. I not only had the scoop on the best lunch spots in the area, but somebody to eat with! I found similar sanity-preserving chit-chat happening around communal coffee troughs and printers. Quite enjoyable!
 Legitimate Meeting Space
Although you might be comfortable working from your tiny apartment kitchen, it's hardly a place that you would like to invite clients. Belonging to a co-working space often includes access to conference rooms, which can lend some credibility to your business meetings. The Intelligent Office has conference rooms that seat as much as 12 people around a table. Try pulling that off in your kitchen.
 Intelligent Office will take care of your business... whatever your business may be.
You may be the sole employee of your company, but with Intelligent Office Nevada co-working spaces you can still enjoy the benefits of being surrounded by people who are doing similar work. Our work spaces are for just about EVERYONE! Intelligent Office will cater to just about every niche; real estate agents, architects, plumbers, home inspectors, certified public accountants, urban planners, web designers, handymen, attorneys, and many more!
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A commercial mail receiving agency (CMRA), also known as a mail drop, typically operates as a Private Mail Box Operator.
A customer of a CMRA can receive mail and other deliveries at the street address of the CMRA rather than the customer's own street address. Depending on the agreement between the customer and the CMRA, the CMRA can forward the mail to the customer or hold it for pickup.
Unlike a post office box, a CMRA operates independently of the national postal administration and is therefore able to receive courier packages or other non-mail. CMRAs typically provide ancillary services such as facsimile, copy or courier.
A customer may wish to use the services of a CMRA for privacy; for example, a person running a home-based business may not wish to disclose his or her residential address. A customer in one community may contract with a CMRA in another community with a better known or more prestigious address. A business located near an international border may use a CMRA as a point of local presence to receive cross-border freight or correspondence at domestic (instead of international) rates.
The use of a CMRA may render the delivery of mail at a later time of day than it would at a Post Office box. Some CMRAs offer an online post office, providing a means to access mail over the internet.
In registering with the Postal Service to act as an agency to receive delivery of mail of others, the agent agrees to the following: (1) the Commercial Mail Receiving Agency (CMRA) must have on file a Form 1583,
Application for Delivery of Mail Through Agent, for each addressee or firm receiving mail at the agency; (2) a CMRA must represent its delivery address as a private mailbox; (3) the CMRA is not authorized to accept Registered Mail from their clients formailing, the Post Office is the only acceptable mailing point; (4) the CMRA must be in full compliance with Domestic
Mail Manual (DMM) 508.1.8.1 through 508.1.8.4 and other applicable postal requirements to receive delivery of mail from the Postal Service; and (5) when any information required on this form changes, the CMRA owner or manager must file a revised application with the postmaster.
NOTE: The CMRA owner or manager must execute this form in duplicate in the presence of the postmaster or designee. The CMRA owner or manager retains the signed duplicate copy and signs in this space