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vOffice For Food Entrepreneurs

Food businesses including small scale ones are required to have an office address. Also, it is just fitting to entertain your client to your office instead of meeting in a coffeeshop or a restaurant where presenting your ideas uninterrupted is next to impossible.




So vOffice comes to the rescue.



But first, what is vOffice?

vOffice may sound too technical for some but its simply a virtual office (space) that one can use for client meetings, presentations, et al that won't cost you an arm and a leg. Also, vOffice is the kind of office that doesn't require your presence unless you need it.



vOffice is a great idea for Food Entrepreneurs since most are just working on their food businesses right in the confines of their own homes. And as I've said, meeting clients in an office is much more professional that having him/her go to your house or maybe in a coffeeshop or restaurant.

It also provides you not only with an address but vOffice can also receive your mail (snail mail, packages, etc), an getting an answering service for your business needs. You also have access to conference rooms and meeting rooms on-demand. But best of all, you can simply go there when you feel like working in an office undisturbed. And vOffice has a lot of very modern facilities that will leave a memorable impression for your client.

You can check here the complete list of vOffice Services.

As of now, vOffice has two locations in Bonficafio Global City and another one opening in Makati Avenue soon.


For more details, you may contact vOffice at: +632-2242000 email: cs@vOffice.com.ph  For vOffice facilities photos, you can check it here.


vOffice Philippines Inc.,
Level 10-1 Fort Legend Tower
31st Street cor 3rd Avenue
Bonifacio Global City, Taguig





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