Let's start with one of the most important elements of a Virtual Office: location.
For a low cost, you can use a professional address for your companies house registration, website, business cards and Google My Business location.
A good, central address in a professional office can really provide an edge and make it look like you have a real office but in reality you'll be working from home (or the beach).
Google My Business is a great way to boost your website SEO and get your business found in search results so you'll want to factor this into what people see when they search for your business.
Today, the Google My Business "card" features in search results in 93% of searches today.
When you Google a business name, you've probably become accustomed to seeing the company card on the right of the search result which provides an accessible way to find a phone number, website and address for the business (as well as products/ services and offers).
One critical thing users can see with your business address is the exterior of your "office".
Here's an example of how Mail Boxes Etc. looks at it's Covent Garden location:
If anyone searches for you on and you've set up a Google My Business profile then they'll see your Mail Boxes Etc Professional Office.
Other providers offer "Premium" central London business addresses but in reality the exterior is... awful.
Here's the exterior of one particularly popular cheap London address.
That literally pops up for anyone searching for businesses registered at that location.
It's important to find a good price point for a professional address that represents your business but doesn't break the bank.
Here's how our address looks for only £25 a month:
At the end of the day, we're proud of our location, and we want you to be proud of yours too.