Your corporate image is our business.

 

A Virtual Office provides you all the comforts and efficiencies of having a full-time office and support staff, without the higher overhead costs.

 

In these challenging times in particular, having a business address is an advantage over a home address in that it provides a safe and secure location for the reception of packages by mail or courier. It is very likely that items are received more quickly at a business address and are more secure than having Canada Post attempt a delivery at home or having a courier package dropped off on the porch. Our Corporate Address Plan provides that safe and secure location.

 

Voicemail has its uses, but it makes a poor receptionist. If  you are worried about clients calling when you are out of the office, you can choose our receptionist service, and while you are away, we will meet or exceed your clients’ expectations by having an experienced receptionist greet them professionally, either by phone or in person. Not only that, but if you don’t have a receptionist, you ARE the receptionist.

 

When you’re working from home or traveling, we know that your business image is important to you, to your established clients, and to your prospective clients. We work tirelessly to ensure that you and your clients receive exceptional customer service each and every time. First impressions count but won’t last forever unless consistently reinforced!

For one monthly fee, from as low as $70.00, depending on the plan you choose, you’ll enjoy the benefits of:

  • A business address (or as many as four covering Metro Vancouver) to use on your marketing materials
  • A receptionist to receive your couriers and visitors
  • A dedicated telephone number unique to your business
  • A personalized telephone answering service to keep your clients in touch with you
  • Offices, meeting rooms and boardroom available by the hour, day or week (with no minimum commitment) for meeting your clients and making presentations
  • Support staff to check on your mail and follow your instructions on how to deal with it in your absence, scanning and forwarding to you or to others, as the case may be