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Setting up a virtual office in Singapore- What to expect

    Setting up a virtual office in Singapore- What to expect 16 Aug

    Setting up a virtual office in Singapore- What to expect

    For business owners prioritising flexibility, low cost and efficiency, setting up a virtual office in Singapore may just be the best possible choice they could make. A good virtual office service provider holds enough experience to efficiently assist the business owner in managing essential tasks, thereby freeing a lot of time for other aspects that require more attention. To those wary about taking the next step, here’s what to expect in the process of setting up a virtual office in Singapore:

    Communication

    Before following through with the process of setting up a virtual office in Singapore, business owners can first spend time liaising with the virtual office service provider of their choice. Most service providers are open to enquiries, whether they are through email, phone conversations or even physical meetings. If you are someone who travels often and would require a safe location to store important documentation, it is recommended that you take the time to pay a visit to the virtual office service provider to understand how your documentation is stored, what delivery services they offer and even additional services they are able to provide. Be sure to communicate your expectations clearly to the virtual office service provider so that they are able to advise and cater to your requirements. Practises like confirming the payment, understanding additional charges can also be a good step to undertake.

    Registration

    Registration for setting up a virtual office in Singapore is fairly straightforward. Business owners are usually required to fill in a signup form provided by the virtual office service provider and submit the required details back to them. Most virtual office service providers are able to process the registration quickly and email the business owners with a confirmation.

    Payment

    To accommodate convenience, most virtual office service providers are able to accept payment in different forms. Some of the most common payment methods accepted are through bank transfers, cheques, cash payments and visa or NETS card payments. Check with your virtual office service provider for further payment details, including how you will be receiving payment billing. Another thing to note would be that payment is usually accepted on a yearly or monthly basis for virtual office service providers. A good service provider will facilitate the process by setting up reminders so that you will be able to make timely payments.

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