These days the most lucrative economic opportunities are being provided by federal projects and that, of course, requires out-of-state DC government contractors to set up office for a relatively short period of time. If you are contracting with the federal government and need a place to temporarily set up your office or hold a meeting, how can you find something affordable that comes without a long-term lease?
The answer is Washington virtual offices.
Whether you’ve visited DC many times in the past or this is your first time in the nation’s capital, there are certain things you should look for in the virtual office or meeting space you rent. Take a look at what you can expect from a short-term Metro Office rental.
Servicing the Needs of DC Government Contractors
How long is your project going to last? Some contractors work for very short periods of time while others may spend a year or more on a government project. Metro Office provides monthly, weekly, daily, or even hourly rates to ensure that you’re not paying for the space when you aren’t using it.
What type of support system do you need? Would administrative support be a big help while you’re in town? When you lease space from Metro Office, you also have access to the services of a virtual receptionist as well as a staff of professionals who can do everything from typing a report to notarizing your signature.
Need to meet with a local subcontractor’s team or hold a training session? Skip the noisy restaurant or pricey hotel meeting room. Metro Office provides facilities to host meetings big or small. The rooms are equipped with the latest technological devices, comfortable and attractive furnishings, and everything you need to record the meeting or add virtual attendees. Catering and beverage service is available, too.
Why pay for more than you need? DC government contractors who utilize virtual office space get to keep more of the profits from their federal project contracts!