How To Get A Business Address For My Startup

By
Leela Hopkins
VPM Staff
Updated
October 2, 2020

We’ve done the research for you and came up with five options for a commercial address. Let’s take a look at them and see which one may fit your needs the best.

Option 1: A private mailbox is a convenient option for anyone who lives very close to the mailbox store. It is also very cost effective as mail and packages can be picked up without paying extra fees.

Option 2: A virtual office can benefit most if you want a “home base” for your business locally with clients and partners. You want the professionalism of a receptionist and support staff without the cost in hiring them and you need a physical space to conduct meetings or meet with clients.

Option 3: A coworking space can benefit most if you want a physical location to work at everyday. You need a physical space to conduct meetings or meet with clients. You want a physical space to run events, workshops, lunches, and other learning or social activities for your members or team. You value belonging to a community, accessibility and sustainability with other entrepreneurs and freelancers.

Option 4: A commercial office is best if you plan to have employees or walk-in customers. The decision to lease or purchase an office space will depend on many factors and it’s best to consult a professional to guide you towards the best solution for your situation.

Option 5: A virtual mailbox is an affordable option for small businesses and startups that want to convey the appearance of having a physical office without the need to have a commercial office space. It is also ideal for those who run their businesses out of their homes and wish to keep their personal information private as well as international companies looking to have a presence in the United States.