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Virtual office space to empower SMEs, freelance professionals

vOffice, a leading provider of virtual office and business services, launched its 22nd location in the Philippines with a mission to empower small and medium enterprises to achieve enterprise-level business performance.
By Entrepreneur Staff |
Virtual office space to empower SMEs, freelance professionals

vOffice, a leading provider of virtual office and business services, launched its 22nd location in the Philippines with a mission to empower small and medium enterprises to achieve enterprise-level business performance.

vOffice offers an effective yet affordable virtual office solution perfect for SMEs and young professionals as it allows them to harness the power of modern IT infrastructure
anytime, anywhere. Albert Goh, Chief Executive Officer of vOffice, who actualized the company in 2003, said vOffice is a proven solution having served over 18,000 clients in different vOffice centers around the world.

With vOffice, businessmen and aspiring entrepreneurs are supported as they venture into a less-hassle and cost effective way of starting up a business. "It is an effective solution for small and medium businesses who want to start a business inexpensively. This even allows you to kick-start your business in any country of your preference without having a physical office," Ph'ng Fei said.

However, for young entrepreneurs, Ph'ng Fei said vOffice serves as their solution in getting their business running while employed in a company. "vOffice has invested over US$1,000,000 in its IT infrastructure so that your business is powered by the latest technology and runs on a robust and resilient telephony network," Ph'ng Fei said.

With the grand opening of the vOffice BGC center, comes the official launch of vCare. Over P3 million worth of Virtual Office services is given away, with the help of Taguig Honorable Mayor Lani Cayetano, to assist enterprising Filipino business owners, young entrepreneurs and people who dream to own a business but find it difficult to start because of the expenditures and time consuming procedures it entails.

vOffice will also support a project for the Heroes Foundation, educating young scholars about the concept of Virtual Office and how they can utilize it to achieve business success. vOffice have also provided numerous signages to micro businesses in Metro Manila as part of the company’s advocacy to help small enterprises achieve success in terms of creative visibility and exposure.

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