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Office Exec Adds Coworking Space to Their Virtual Office Solutions In Toronto

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Office Exec has increased their comprehensive and flexible virtual office packages that can even include real office space for hosting meetings and clients.

San Francisco, CA, United States of America – March 7, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

In an increasingly virtual world, more and more businesses are operating online from garages and back rooms, and many entrepreneurs are managing to make a success from this model. However, growth and development of such businesses often has a ceiling, as high powered clients, potential investors and large scale customers all expect businesses to have a traditional, bricks-and-mortar headquarters. Investing in buying such a space is impossible for many businesses that succeed because their overheads are low, and entrepreneurs have found a solution to this challenge too. Office Exec offers four amazing office spaces throughout Canada that can be used flexibly through scalable packages, including an executive office in Toronto offering coworking packages to their already extensive list of services.

The Toronto office can be used as a mailing address and as a phone reception service, in which clients and customers can ring the front desk to leave messages or get in contact with businesses using the virtual office. They also provide board rooms and even physical offices spaces that can be rented for a single meeting or month by month. These coworking spaces are seen as the best available in Toronto because of the large range of services already available from Office Exec including printing, photocopying, mail forwarding, boardroom hire, call forwarding, and conference call facilities.

The success of the scheme so far has been down to excellent locations and scalable service provision.

A spokesperson for Office Exec explained, “We offer a mail forwarding service from a business address, a phone reception service with a Toronto dial code, access to boardrooms, meeting rooms or offices at any of our locations, day rentals of offices and even additional co-working space. All this comes equipped with the latest office technology so that our clients can get access to the best possible shared office in Toronto. We have seen how this has helped small businesses grow dramatically already, and are happy to help others do the same at a fraction of the price of investing in a permanent physical location.”

About Office Exec:
Office Exec offers virtual office services to online businesses to provide a corporate friendly face to the world, including mail services, boardrooms and meeting rooms, offices and reception staff to make the best impression on potential clients and customers. The flexible packages on offer allow businesses to scale their investment to suit their needs.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.officeexec.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Joe Bragg
Email: joe@brandoutreach.com
Phone: (415) 632 1664
Organization: Brandoutreach

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