Can I Use a Virtual Business Address for an LLC?
Yes, you can use a virtual business address for your LLC. A virtual office is a great way to present a professional image while protecting the privacy of owners and directors' home addresses. It also gives off the impression that your business has established itself in the area, even if it hasn't yet grown large enough to need an actual physical office location.
One option for establishing a virtual business address for your LLC is Workspace by Rockefeller Group at 45 Rockefeller Plaza in New York City. We offer virtual reception services as well as mail forwarding, among other services that can provide great value to businesses looking to expand their presence without needing an expensive and spacious physical workplace. Some of the features offered include:
- Professional telephone answering with personalised greetings
- Mailbox set up at 45 Rockefeller Plaza
- Mail forwarding services
- Use of conference rooms when needed
- Access to shared workspace areas
- Live web chat support from knowledgeable staff members
With this service, you will be able to build credibility with partners and customers who may not be familiar with where your business actually works out of – no longer do you have to worry about revealing confidential information or getting caught in embarrassing situations due to misunderstandings of office addresses! You'll also be able increase professionalism and productivity while saving money on rent costs for potential customers who want more information before committing fully – this is especially important now that many workplaces are transitioning into remote setups during COVID 19 times. All these benefits make setting up a virtual address with Workspace by Rockefeller Group one of the smartest decisions any entity seeking growth can make today!