2020 ushered in the year of the remote employee, and many companies have continued to encourage remote working. Imagine having the option to lay in bed all day and work, eat, and even sleep there. Or have you gotten yourself an executive office space to break up your time while you work?
Is your office cramped for space? Are you working from your home office? Do you need a private room to meet with clients or team members? If you answered yes to any of those questions, then at some point, you would need to rent a conference room or meeting space.
The Wall Street Journal also recently put out a podcast, How the Virtual Office Could Replace the Physical One, which explains, “As remote communication continues to be our primary way of working, some companies are turning to services that create virtual office spaces to beat Zoom fatigue.
You’ve done all the right things—You filled a need in your market space, started small, did a vast majority of the workload yourself or with a small talented, hungry team of like-minded entrepreneurs.