Please note: we are working as usual despite the Coronavirus and still taking telephone calls and emails.
Customer Notice: We have temporarily suspended the creation of new Virtual Office accounts in light of the Covid-19 pandemic. For future enquiries, our team are still available and happy to help.
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Our virtual offices allow you to benefit from a prestigious registered address without the hassle of the overhead. Enjoy call handling, mail forwarding and the opportunity to upgrade at any point to a flexible membership.
13 Hanover Square, Mayfair, London W1S 1HN
1 Paris Garden, London SE1 8ND
13 Hanover Square, Mayfair, London W1S 1HN
The Junction, Station Road. Watford, WD17 1ET
Virtual offices are the most versatile and affordable working solutions, capable of offering businesses the freedom to work wherever they want with a fixed address. Thousands of freelancers and small businesses are turning to virtual offices for the plethora of benefits they offer.
We’ll be looking at some of the core reasons why virtual offices are so essential for businesses today, especially in light of the current situation regarding COVID-19.
A virtual office allows you to work in the comfort of your own home, study or wherever you choose to work. It provides a professional and cost-effective solution for working professionals who are not looking for a fixed office space.
The full package for freelancers, start-ups and SMEs
Virtual offices provide a variety of benefits for freelancers and start up businesses looking for a professional and prestigious address without unnecessary overheads. With Halkin, you will benefit from a prestigious virtual London office address in the city, London Bridge, Southwark and Watford.
This includes call handling through our dedicated reception services, mail forwarding, access to Halkin’s large meeting rooms and office spaces to accommodate your clients and flexible payment options to suit your budget.
You may think that you don’t require a virtual office, you can simply work from your home office, at a coffee shop or a coworking space. However, a virtual office is more than an address, here’s why:
Your clients should always be contacting you through a business address, phone number and space (when necessary). Having your clients contact you through your home address does not offer a professional and trustworthy image of your business. Whether you’re freelance, a small business or a start-up, having a virtual address is essential to maintain your business’s professional image.
Virtual offices are incredibly popular for entrepreneurs and start-ups because they offer a truly professional, fully-serviced and cost-effective working solution. With no huge overheads, small businesses are afforded a prestigious office solution that increases brand reputation and trust between clients.
At Halkin, we provide a variety of unique services that you may not find elsewhere. Alongside an iconic business address, you will receive dedicated call handling, mail forwarding, video conferencing capabilities, flexible payment options and the freedom to upgrade at any point.
If you need to arrange a client meeting or you require an office on short notice, we can also accommodate this need.
Having the freedom to work wherever you like while having a permanent, office address in London is ideal for businesses that are always on the move. Combined with call and mail handling services, it enables you to ‘leave the office’ while still being able to take calls, respond to clients, and run your business as usual.
If you’re working from a home office, you won’t have to spend time commuting, meaning you can use this time to focus on maintaining your business. You can also adapt your work environment to suit your needs, for example, you may find that working in a coffee shop boosts your productivity. Alternatively, meeting up with colleagues to discuss business plans away from your working environment to collaborate may also increase productivity levels.
Although virtual offices provide a fantastic solution to freelancers and small businesses, they are perfectly equipped to manage larger teams. Call handling, mail forwarding and a dedicated reception service means that you can manage a full team remotely using the services that come with a virtual office with Halkin.
Virtual offices allow businesses to work from home during the global pandemic caused by COVID-19. One of the biggest benefits is they allow businesses to continue running without the hassle of commuting to and from work. Calls and mailing can be handled by you from your home office during this pandemic.
For more information on how Halkin’s virtual offices are complying with new government legislations, please contact our team.
We offer two prestigious virtual office addresses in London, both of which come with a variety of unique benefits to provide a comprehensive and professional service.
Our Monument virtual office – featuring four floors decorated with stunning artwork married with exceptional interior design, our monument office boasts phenomenal views across London, ideal for entertaining clients and guests, should you need to. This virtual address comes with the following benefits:
You can arrange a tour of our Monument building by contacting our team today.
Our Watford virtual office – our most flexible office space, our Watford building (known as The Junction) is situated right above the train station for unrivalled transport connections. Parking is also available at The Junction.
This Junction address comes with the following benefits:
Call or email our team to book your viewing of The Junction today.
The team at Halkin are well aware of the current threat posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and are working hard to provide our clients with the support they need during this time.
To understand more about our virtual office services during this outbreak, please do not hesitate to get in touch with our team. Virtual offices enable you to work within the comfort of your own home without interfering with the current laws enforced by the British government.
Your business does not have to suffer the effects of COVID-19, please contact our team to learn more about how we can help you and your business.