This weekend Sheffield will host the MADE: Entrepreneurial Festival, a weekend conference designed as a meeting point between start up, young, and established business professionals. The festival invites business men and women to discuss current trends and ideas, network and find common ground through discussion of today’s business world. The festival will also feature a TEDx event, which will bring together some of the world’s most inspiring thinkers and inventors. One of this year’s key topics is the rise in popularity of virtual office services.
The Director of Marketing Sheffield has recently said that a major challenge for new businesses is “available funds” for office premises in prime locations. Small and new businesses often struggle to find ideal office space in the right location, wasting precious resources on securing a building rather than growing the business from the inside out. With the current economic climate this situation is only increased, creating more troubles for new business.
Many established businessmen and entrepreneurs are now getting behind the virtual office industry saying that virtual offices provide a credible address in the city, which adds clout without extra cost to young businesses. This is the best of both worlds and ideal even more in our rocky economy. The use of virtual office services such as mail forwarding, call answering, fax services and meeting room rental means new businesses can establish themselves without unnecessary overheads and outgoing costs. The fact that virtual offices are high on the radar for the MADE festival proves that virtual offices are gaining traction as an ideal alternative to traditional business office rental solutions.
To find out more about how virtual office services can benefit you or your business, please feel free to explore our site or contact us on 020 7788 7788.
The MADE Festival takes place from the 21st -24th of September in Sheffield.