Achieve Mobillity with Virtual Offices

The keyword of today`s business moving forward seems to be Mobile, not only the idea of creating and utilizing mobile apps but also obtaining the ability to be on the move and yet operate as if you were sitting at your desk with an assistant taking your calls.


 
Luckily, such companies that operate in Tokyo have been working on making this mobility easier to realize. Here are some of the features in particular that Servcorp, a well-known serviced and virtual office provider offers.
 
1. 5 Star CBD Address

    • You can select your Central Business District address from over 140 locations worldwide.

2. Local number answered in your company name

    • For Tokyo that means a 03-####-#### telephone number.

3. No Call Centers used

    • This means that you do not need to worry about your representation via telephone – a dedicated receptionist will professionally answer incoming calls in your company name.

4. Online Meeting Hosting and Video Conferencing

    • On top of online hosting and conferencing you also receive access to boardrooms, meeting rooms, and day offices on a daily basis. You can use them hourly or for as little as ten minutes.

5. Month to month payment plans available

    • You do not have to pay in lump sums. Sign up for a plan and pay monthly from as low as 6,000 yen

6. 24 hour interactive voicemail.

    • Around the clock voicemail services so you do not have to waste your time worrying about separating out your messages.

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Virtual Office is everything but the office. Meaning, you have all the functionality that a business requires without the physical office space. However, many companies offer business lounges, day offices and even meeting rooms that are available to you on an as-needed basis, allowing you to run your business cost-effectively. Virtual Office package would include a set amount of hours for you to use some of these facilities, but if you require more time, you can always use more at an extra cost.
 
As time goes on virtual offices are becoming more developed, more streamlined, and better managed. If you would like to try one out Servcorp offers a FREE 30 DAY trial at the moment. Why not try it out?

Business Travel: Big Changes on the Horizon

There are some big things happening in the world of air travel at the moment, and it may affect how you get to your next big overseas meeting and who you are flying with.

Since the September 11th tragedy, many airlines have vanished or have seen nothing but steep declines year after year.  Mishaps like Southwest charging customers multiple times when they ordered on a Friday to receive a 50% discount have not helped to improve the public`s outlook on the situation.  In Asia, HK Airlines has stopped taking reservations past September 3rd for the Hong Kong to Gatwick route that only just started running on March 8th. 
 
Climate related issues will also now start to take a big role in how airlines work together and start to effect routes between certain countries.  The EU`S Emissions Trading Plan has raised some opposition, China and India have raised the strongest disdain for the idea saying that they may not allow for their airlines to participate, and in the U.S. the House of Representatives passed a bill that orders U.S. carriers not to take part in the program.
 
However, for some companies in Asia like All Nippon Airways, things are beginning to look up. ANA has been doing much better recently, posting a net profit of 668 million yen for the first fiscal quarter this year. This could be attributed to the rise in the value of the Japanese yen, which has given people earning in Japanese yen spending power when it comes to air travel, but ANA says they do not see any reason why they cannot maintain this positive trend.
 
Keep up on Air Travel News at ExecutiveTravelNews.com
 
 
SOURCES:
Japan`s ANA posts Y668 Million 1st Quarter Net Profit
IAG Chief Eyes Stake in American Airlines
MSNBC : Southwest Pays Refunds After Computer Glitch

Uncertainty Over HK Airlines Gatwick Route