Who knew that Covid-19 would have been a key driver for many digitalisation initiatives by companies, even to a point where it was hailed as ever company’s Chief Technology Officer? Well, the pandemic has brought light to the need for a physical office, with lockdowns restricting movement to and from the offices.
With remote and hybrid working a popular trend among businesses, companies are relooking at their workplace strategy when it comes to having a physical office. The idea of having a virtual office is now the talk of the town, and rightly so, as hybrid working model is here to stay, especially for newly incorporated companies.
A virtual office is a service that empowers businesses and employees to work remotely without the need for a physical space while utilising the infrastructure of a corporate organisation such as telephone and messaging services, meeting rooms, mailing address, and more.
Here’s the full breakdown of the most common virtual office characteristics: