Jim Hutchison
2 min readSep 2, 2020


5 Key Benefits of a Virtual Office Address

Australia is the home of small business with over 2 million in operation there are a lot of entrepreneurial Aussies! A Virtual Office can be a huge benefit to businesses during their infancy phase and beyond. On the first day of business, you probably don’t want to lease an office or employ your own receptionist to answer your business calls.

Virtual Business Hub offers Virtual Address & Virtual Receptionist services all serviced by professional reception teams at some of Australia’s finest office towers at very affordable pricing.

A Virtual Office is a versatile product that offers flexibility and affordability at many stages of a business lifecycle. Some of the key benefits of a Virtual Office are:

2. Flexibility — Virtual Offices offer ultimate flexibility, no long-term commitments mean you can adjust services as you need them. If you’re looking to test a new product or a new market, you can set up a virtual address and call answering service and be operating in that location the next day!

3. Business Registration — If you’re looking to register your business and don’t require an office, you can use a virtual office. This will allow you to keep your work and personal life at a distance, it also means you won’t need to update your address each time you move.

4. Time — A virtual office gives you time back to focus on what is important to your business. A business address plan comes with a full mail management system so you can ensure your mail is handled. The receptionist can answer your calls and filter any unwanted sales calls out.

5. Cost — when starting a business, expenses are front and center of priority before you start generating revenues, with a virtual office you keep costs at a minimum. Beyond this time, with the world moving closer to remote working, why spend money on overheads such as office space.

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Originally published at on September 2, 2020.



Jim Hutchison