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Open a virtual office in Mayfair

If you own a small business or are a freelancer, you might have considered renting office premises in London.  Unfortunately many serviced offices tie you into a rental contract. Whilst co-working spaces are becoming increasingly popular, you won’t benefit from a fixed office address or guaranteed desk space.  Have you considered opening a virtual office?

Mayfair office space.

You could benefit from one of the most prestigious postal addresses in London when you open a virtual office in Mayfair.  You can hire meeting rooms, set up a telephone answering service. You will no longer have to deal with business post arriving at your home address.

High-end credentials.

For small businesses or freelance creatives, an office address in Mayfair is not only a practical solution. It also boosts the credibility of your business.  You’ll appear to be far more successful, reliable and affluent with an office address in Mayfair than a home address in Clapham or East London, so it really is a good move.  Meeting with clients in professional office surroundings adds further credibility to your brand. Making the virtual office a great choice both for established businesses and startups on a limited budget.

So why not consider setting up your own virtual office, with the help of a company such as Carter Jonas. They will help you set up of all the features that you need. All this at competitive prices that are perfect for companies looking for a Mayfair address.

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