Business insights and advice for entrepreneurs considering starting their own company or taking advantage of the cost savings of working from home and using a great virtual business address to maintain a professional image.
By 2022 most companies will be using flexible workspace, remote working, virtual officing and as a result, workspace will be reduced by half. If you can take away half the office space requirements in Dublin, what could you do with that space? What would it do to the cost of housing? How would it change transportation and environmental issues?
Are you a UK business worried about brexit? We explain how a virtual Dublin address can help your company re-establish an EU legal presence.
After ten years in the business, I still meet people, who don’t know what a virtual office is. Currently there are so many variations of
As of the beginning of October 2018, how the UK along with European firms based in the UK, will have access to the single market
It is that dreaded time of year again for the Self Employed. If you are self-employed in Ireland, you pay tax on the profits you
When I read this yesterday, I nearly feel off my seat. The vacant office building was bought by the Comer Group in 2013 for €5
I have been in the business the past 10 years and still get frustrated when people ask what I work at. When I mention I’m
What to Ask When Looking for a Dublin Virtual Office Changes from Brexit are likely to continue negatively impacting businesses in 2018 and beyond. Here’s