Trying to build a respected business without a permanent office, or at least a base of operations, can make life difficult for even the savviest entrepreneur.
While a good working space boosts productivity, team engagement and professionalism, it is a fine balancing act when you require flexibility to cater for rapid changes in a business.
That’s why Vanessa Leishman decided to grow her family law practice Leishman Legal out of the workspaces available at Servcorp.
Leishman took advantage of the premium serviced workspaces, which are provided at a fraction of the price of an average office and evolved her business beyond expectations.
“I started off as a virtual client, meaning that I didn’t have a permanent office within the Servcorp structure, I just came in when I needed to have meetings with my clients,” explains Leishman.
“The Virtual Office package included a dedicated receptionist answering my calls and greeting clients, and a prestigious address on my business card.
“Then I moved up to an intermediate stage where I had a certain number of dedicated hours within the office while still also working offsite, and now I’m working entirely out of Servcorp offices. Read more
Business News Australia – 8 November 2018