Virtual offices served a great purpose during the pandemic, allowing colleagues to stay connected and collaborate without being in the office together. They have enabled employees to save money, eliminate travel time, and even support flexible working hours.
Business addresses are essential to startups, entrepreneurs, and home workers. They shield your privacy and convey legitimacy. However, not everyone wants a permanent workplace area, which comes with a high value, long-term commitment, and high maintenance.
Welcome to the year 2020, where things are not, well, quite right. We are frustrated, upset, and trying to make sense between the lines of emails we are receiving from the stakeholders of our lives.