Saving you money
Last time we touched on the many benefits of a virtual package, including the significant amount of money you will save by using a virtual office rather than paying rent. Now let’s talk about all the other things you’ll be saving money on when you decide to go virtual with mCubed.
The costs of running a business don’t take long to stack up and, in these interesting times we live in, we’re all feeling the strain more than ever. Apart from renting an office and paying rates as well as your employees, you need to provide office supplies and equipment, pay for travel expenses like gas or public transport, parking spaces, office furniture, a professional wardrobe… the expenses just keep adding up and that’s before taking all those takeaway coffees and muffins into account.
When you go virtual, you can kiss all those exorbitant costs goodbye. If you are set up with an address and/or communications package, most of the basic needs of your business will be met, with calls answered, messages delivered and clients spoken to. Whether you’re working from your bedroom or a café, you can breathe a bit easier knowing that those necessary but time consuming tasks are all taken care of for a fraction of the usual cost, leaving you with more time to devote to the business you’re passionate about.
Now let’s talk about what you can spend some of that excess money on. In the age of the Zoom meeting and with the physical side of your business already taken care of, the situation is ideal to expand your team, investing your funds into talent that you can connect with anywhere. Depending on the needs of your business, this can extend to hiring employees overseas if required and, with no commute necessary for anyone, this makes the annual staff meeting a breeze.
Saving money on all those secondary expenses with a virtual office allows you to streamline your business, removing all the excess noise and letting you focus on what matters most: growing your company and keeping your clients happy. During times when profits might be a bit lean, the stress of having to pay a hefty office rental will be a thing of the past, as will being understaffed during busy periods.
Next time, we’ll delve into the ways a virtual office can benefit your most valuable resource: your staff.
Taking care of your office,