A city centre office in a prestigious building with a full-time receptionist is a luxury few small businesses believe they can afford. Thanks to The Offices, it is now possible to enjoy all of the benefits of having an office in the heart of Manchester at only a fraction of the cost. A virtual office provides you with a premium business address, a receptionist to handle your calls and makes it easy to project a strong image to potential clients. With a third of all businesses unable to answer all their incoming calls and a large proportion of callers unwilling to leave a voicemail, our virtual offices in Manchester are the practical, affordable solution you’ve been looking for. With today’s increasingly global, mobile workforce, a virtual office makes it easy to give your company a single geographical identity, no matter where your staff actually live or work.
Our Customer Service Representatives help you project a true air of professionalism by answering your calls in a courteous and efficient manner. Having someone answering the telephones on your behalf also means you never miss an important call and allows you to focus on work, safe in the knowledge that any queries or messages are being properly dealt with.
With a Manchester city centre virtual business address you can make a powerful first impression and better compete with far larger companies. A virtual office is the ideal solution if you’re still working from home and don’t quite feel ready to switch to premises of your own. Enjoy all the benefits of having a friendly, efficient support team without having to worry about employee costs, rates and other overheads. For those occasions when you need a physical space, such as conducting interviews, pitching ideas, holding meetings or just getting on with some paperwork, you can simply book a hot desk or a room for as much time as you need.
Our virtual offices place your company in some of the most desirable locations in Manchester. Choose from the grade II listed Barton Arcade with its stunning glass and cast iron architecture, or the prestigious former bank building at 53 King Street in the heart of the financial district.