See how a Virtual Office could help your Business

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Virtual Office is a cost effective and flexible way to work from home whilst still projecting a professional local presence. See below 5 reasons a Virtual office with Open Space can help your business.

1. Protect your home

Virtual Office both provides a professional face for your business and protects your home from unsolicited callers and post. In addition many of our clients use an Open Space Virtual Office to separate their work – home life. No work calls or visitors out of hours helps them to keep everything more balanced.

2. Location Location Location

With an Open Space Virtual Office you can claim a location for your business without physicality setting up an office. This can be extremely beneficial if you want your company to appear on google maps and provides a more powerful search presence.

3. We deal with your mail & even your calls if you wish

Do you miss lots of calls and packages because you are out visiting clients? Are you sick of using your personal number and home address for work? Outsource your mail and/or call handling to us and improve your peace of mind. Have your own dedicated landline number and choose mail handling or a forwarding system to suit your needs. We will sign for parcels and keep them safe and even answer your calls when you are too busy.

4. Flexible contract

An Open Space Virtual Office is flexible to suit you. With a rolling contract option you can use our services for as long or as little as you need them. Alternatively you can choose a longer contract which help keep costs even lower.

5. Discounted facilities and room hire

All businesses whether they work from home or not will likely need physical space at some point to host meetings. With Open Space Virtual Office you have discounted access to high tech professional business spaces dedicated to all types of meetings, training and events. These are available on a discounted pay-as-you-go basis for all Virtual Office clients. Run your meetings with us and benefit from onsite parking, WiFi, AC, flip charts, catering and presentation equipment.

MP Welcomes ‘Space to Grow’ Plan for Malvern Businesses

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WEST WORCESTERSHIRE MP Harriett Baldwin has welcomed a new office facility which has opened up in Malvern to help new and existing businesses to grow fast.

The MP attended the launch of Open Space Business Centre which offers Grade A Office Space for existing local business to grow and to attract new business into the area.

The new business centre has been launched by Sarah Stewart, who already runs a meeting room facility on the other side of Malvern.

This newly refurbished office space on Blackmore Park Road was unveiled at a VIP Launch last Friday (October 6th).

Harriett commented: “Across Malvern, we are seeing extra space emerging for companies of all sizes and significant investment is being allocated to create the right conditions for economic growth.

“I first met up with Sarah when she was running a networking event for entrepreneurs and she clearly sees a gap in the market to support emerging business talent.

“The new offices are wonderfully re-furbished in an ideal location and I hope that budding business owners will take advantage of this great space to grow fast.”

Sarah Stewart said: “At Open Space we want to create the perfect space for businesses to thrive and to grow. Malvern is a fantastic place to work and live and by providing great quality office space we can keep our local businesses local and bring new businesses to the area.

“Our model for office space is flexible and fully serviced meaning we provide everything for our tenants from furniture to 100Mb internet. We can provide virtual office for businesses working from home, desk space for those that are growing and private offices for any type of business.

“Our aim is to help our tenants to concentrate on running their businesses without having to spend time on the practicalities of running an office.”

By Robert Hale

Published in the Malvern Gazette 29/12/17

Published in the Worcester News 05/01/18