Launching a startup can be a daunting process. If you are one of those entrepreneurs who choose to do something like this on the side, you are able to eliminate a great amount of stress since you aren’t relying on your brand new company to make or break you.
However there can be one drawback to this situation:
When you launch a startup on the side, potential investors may be a bit hesitant to fund your company. They may think that you aren’t taking yourself or your business very seriously and that is why you are still keeping your day job.
This proves to be a bit of a dilemma as you want investors for your new company but you also may not be ready to give up the security of a regular paycheck from your current job.
Virtual offices are a quick solution to this problem. The beauty of having a virtual office is that you have an actual office space where you can meet potential clients and investors, and promote a strong professional image. Virtual office terms mean that you get the following:
- a receptionist who will answer the phone with your company name
- a DC area address that you can include on business cards and have your mail sent to
- use of conference rooms for important meetings with investors
- use of a business services center with highly skilled staff who can provide any administrative help you may need (printing, binding, office supplies, etc.)
Virtual office solutions allow a baby startup to compete with top companies in the industry by providing access to executive level office spaces and innovative technology. If you are an entrepreneur interested in virtual office spaces, contact Metro Offices for more information.