Due to the skyrocketing prices of commercial office space, demand for virtual and co-working options have gone up. While many start-ups do need a lot of space, some just need a location. When it comes to a virtual office address in Singapore, start-ups don’t need to be present to have an address. This type of service will provide an address at a well-known business park. Plus, additional services can be added such as a virtual receptionist and mail forwarding. Many cash-strapped entrepreneurs love the idea. In fact, companies offering virtual and co-working spaces are cropping up all over the world. [Read more…]
Small business owners and solopreneurs in Singapore, particularly those with service-related businesses face many challenges while growing their company. The address they’ll use for their business is usually an afterthought at best.
For those without a physical office location, their registered business address in Singapore is often their home. It requires no additional work on the part of the business owner and it incurs no additional cost. It also makes sense, considering that an estimated 60% of business owners work from their homes—whether from their home office or a kitchen table.