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15 Sep

Is your address legging up your business?

Author: LowCost LetterBox

During the Covid-19 pandemic, there are far more of us working from home and if you have a small business, or even a larger one, you may have decided to work from a home office, or benefit from the many flexible workspace opportunities available. In these situations, it’s very easy to default to using your … Continue reading Is your address legging up your business?

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16 Jul

Are Virtual Offices the way forward?

Author: LowCost LetterBox

Most business people are familiar with the concept of the Virtual Office and of having the facility to direct mail and calls to a nominated office address. But what’s the future for the popular service in light of Covid-19, lockdown and increased home and remote working? A Virtual Office effectively acts as a one-stop location, … Continue reading Are Virtual Offices the way forward?

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11 Mar

The 2020 UK Budget and what it means for remote workers

Author: Chelliah Nakeeran

Chancellor Rishi Sunak is to present a Budget promising one of the biggest investments in Infrastructure to its highest levels in decades. The chancellor is quoted as saying, ‘”We have listened and will now deliver on our promise to level up the UK, ensuring everyone has the same chances and opportunities in life, wherever they … Continue reading The 2020 UK Budget and what it means for remote workers

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27 Nov

Things to Consider When Choosing A Virtual Office Provider

Author: Chelliah Nakeeran

A virtual office is a cost-effective way to add legitimacy and credibility to your online business. When you rent a virtual office, you are given a physical address without the heavy burden of paying for a physical office.  The decision for online business owners to rent a virtual office is a no-brainer. But with so … Continue reading Things to Consider When Choosing A Virtual Office Provider

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