Actual Examples of How a Virtual Office Can Help Your Business Grow

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How can a Virtual Office help grow my business?

Have you ever asked yourself that question?

We’ve posted a few case studies of clients who have used our New York Virtual Office service with immense success! The case studies shown will illustrate the significant positive changes in their business and the freedom that they have experienced since subscribing to our virtual office and business support service.

Case Study: James, His Law Firm and a NYC Virtual Office

Case Study: Donald, His Publishing Company and a NY Virtual Office

Case Study: Kris, Erica and a NY Virtual Office

Leonard, Kiara, and Siobanne’s case studies will be posted shortly.

If you are a past or current client and would like to submit a story, please email or leave a comment. All personal names and company names will be kept confidential.

If you have yet to open your Virtual Office in New York, simply apply online today, complete your application, and in about a business day you can hit the ground running with a physical office address for as little as $25 per month!

New York Virtual Office

How can VH International Business Solutions help you?
Website: Manhattan Virtual Office
Tel: 1.212.627.8900
Fax: 1.646.861.6610

Since 1990.

VH International Business Solutions, Inc.
Follow us on Twitter: @ManhattanOffice

Work Virtually Anywhere While We Run the Office for You

Flatiron District from Empire State BuildingPhoto by scalleja
Photo: Our Neighborhood.

Are you a small business person working from home? Do you work remotely from your corporate headquarters? Are you working in your pajamas? Do you telecommute?

If you have yet to open your virtual office and/or wondering how one can help you, keep in mind that having a full service virtual office allows you to work from virtually anywhere. The only thing virtual about our office is that you are not, nor necessarily have to be, physically located at the office to effectively do your work. You can work from anywhere while we run the office for you.

Are you ready to utilize the benefits of a brick and mortar office without the overhead or headaches?

Opening your business presence in New York City couldn’t be easier. You are issued a physical office address (not a mailbox or a fake suite number) with on-site reception and meeting facilities directly on Broadway in Midtown Manhattan’s trendy Flatiron District.

With our virtual office service, you can literally run your business from anywhere in the World and still have a fully operational, fully staffed office in New York. Your business will have a physical office address in an actual Corporate Office Business Center – not an obscure PO Box or made-up suite number in a simple mailbox, mail-handling operation. Hence, if one of your clients happens to show up at our office, they will be greeted by a receptionist in a pleasant and professional workplace in the trendy Flatiron District on Broadway! Yup, Broadway… The Great White Way! Having a physical New York City office address can help bolster your business image. Everyone knows Broadway… It’s a World renown NYC thoroughfare!

Our offices are located on a mid-level floor in a high rise office building designed by a renowned architect. We are across the street from Madison Square Park with its notable surrounding architecture as well as brilliant sunlight from the broad expanse of the area which is also home to such architectural highlights as the World renowned Flatiron Building, the Metropolitan Life and New York Life buildings and the exquisite New York State Appellate Courthouse – as well as multiple foodie hot spots by renowned top chefs.

If you need to physically meet with your clients, we will be ready for you! With meeting space located directly at your virtual office address (keep in mind that you may be using the address virtually, but it’s a full fledged brick and mortar operation!). The meeting space is equipped with a computer workstation with all the latest software and a nice big flat screen monitor; wifi internet connection, so you can connect directly with your laptop, internet phone, or other wireless device; a contemporary conference table with black leather seating for 5; a 4′ x 6′ whiteboard, with a colorful variety of markers and eraser; easel with a pad – you can use the easel for your presentation or use the Post-it brand easel pad with plethora of presentation markers; stereo speakers and an 84″ x 84″ projection screen. Have your presentation on your laptop? Then we have a state of the art projector available for you to project on our 9′ x 9′ screen. All of the artwork in our facilities are by a World renowned artist. You’ve seen his work!

While in the office, you will have a knowledgeable administrative assistant assigned to your meeting to assist with administrative support, supplies, technical help, digital projector setup, printing, copying, water service, catering, lunch recommendations, car service, transportation bookings, etc. Just like in any fully functional and staffed office.

Work from home, work from the beach, work from your campsite, work on the other side of the world, work in your pajamas, work from anywhere – we’ll run the office for you.

VH International Business Solutions has been doing this since 1990, so rest assured, you and your business will be well taken care of.

Open your office on Broadway today! You can be up and running within a business day of sending your completed application.

New York Virtual Office

How can VH International Business Solutions help you?
Website: Manhattan Virtual Office
Tel: 1.212.627.8900
Fax: 1.646.861.6610

Since 1990.

VH International Business Solutions, Inc.
Follow us on Twitter: @ManhattanOffice

Strad for Lunch Series – Monday, October 19

Palacio Real Stradivarius
Stradivarius on display Madrid’s Palacio Real

Every Monday at 12:30pm, WMP Concert Hall will offer a 45 minute long chamber music concert to the public, and it is free admission with a suggested donation of $10.00. The idea of the concert series is to offer high quality music to their neighbors while they take their lunch break.

Monday, October 19, 2009 @ 12:30PM:
Cellist Deborah Pae and Pianist Kwan Yi

At only twenty-one years old, cellist Deborah Pae is captivating audiences on world stages as a seasoned recitalist and chamber musician. She has appeared in recital at the invitation of the Louvre Recital Series in Paris and Musée de Grenoble, the Colony Club, Young Musicians Forum, Neue Galerie (NY), Artists Ascending Recital Series (TN), and the Van Wezel Foundation’s Young Artists Series (FL). Ms. Pae has also been featured in performances at several festivals including the Perlman Music Program, Kneisel Hall, the 7th Adam International Cello Festival in New Zealand, the International Musicians Seminar at Prussia Cove, and has participated in master classes by Wolfgang Emmanuel Schmidt, Ralph Kirshbaum, Itzhak Perlman, and Donald Weilerstein.

In March 2006, Ms. Pae became the first cellist in 16 years to receive the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra’s first prize Henry Lewis Award in their 30th Annual Young Artist Auditions. She made her solo debut with the NJSO in a series of concerts at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center and Red Bank Theatre, and has also performed as soloist with the Livingston Symphony Orchestra and Westchester Philharmonic. She has appeared at the 45th Annual Grammy Awards at Madison Square Garden, and the Recording Academy’s 7th Annual Grammy “Salute to Classical Music,” honoring legendary cellist Mstislav Rostropovich.

As an avid chamber musician, Ms. Pae has been hailed by the New York Times as “an alert cellist, [who] provided a solid foundation” after performing Mozart’s String Quintet in G minor with violinist Itzhak Perlman at the Metropolitan Museum. As alumna of the Perlman Music Program, she has collaborated on many occasions with Mr. Perlman and traveled with the program to Israel, China, and Sarasota, Florida. She has appeared on PBS’s “Live From Lincoln Center” in 2003 and CBS’s Kennedy Center Honors with Itzhak Perlman and Pinkas Zuckerman, as well as Radio France in her European debut at the L’Auditorium du Louvre in 2005.

Ms. Pae has enjoyed collaborating and working with a multitude of artists including members of the Juilliard, Emerson, and Cavanni String Quartets, Barbara Stein Mallow, Roger Tapping, Seymour Lipkin, Gilbert Kalish, Laurie Smukler, Ronald Leonard, Thomas Wilkins, and Patti Monson. She has made several appearances at the New York Society of Ethical Culture, Zankel and Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall, Merkin Hall as well as the Kennedy Center and Dag Hammarskjöld Auditorium at the United Nations.
Ms. Pae began her musical studies at the age of four and is currently pursuing her undergraduate studies at the Juilliard School with Joel Krosnick. She enjoys being involved in music education and outreach, and has spent her time as a chamber music and orchestra mentor at the Juilliard Pre-College and Kneisel Hall. She plays on a 1756 José Contreras cello generously on loan from the Juilliard School.

“Yi’s Chopin was notable for the delicate, noble and tempestuous qualities he so vibrantly conveyed.”
– Cleveland Plain Dealer

“Pianist Kwan Yi’s ravishing control and pitch-perfect clarity proved big gestures aren’t needed to make big music.”
– Chicago Sun-Times

“The South-Korean native showed the technical polish and lyrical elegance needed for Liszt’s kaleidoscope of show-stopping, then tender music.”
– Houston Chronicle

Pianist Kwan Yi has been hailed by audiences and critics alike as an artist of poetic insight and communicative powers. In 2007, Mr. Yi made his solo debut with the Houston Symphony under the baton of Hans Graf in Jones Hall. He performed as soloist with the Eastern Connecticut Symphony, the Pottstown Symphony, the LaGuardia Symphony Orchestra and the Orchestra of the Pines. As a recitalist, Mr. Yi has performed in Carnegie Weill Recital Hall, Nichols Hall in Chicago, Gusman Hall in Miami, for the Channing Recital Series in Houston and in San Francisco. As a part of residency at the Stephen F. Austin University, Mr. Yi has presented a solo recital and master classes. As an avid chamber musician, he has collaborated with Itzhak Perlman, Peter Wiley and Roberto Diaz. He was the artist-in-residence at the 2008 and 2009 Amelia Island Chamber Music Festivals. His performances have been broadcast by WHYY, KUHF and WQXR. Mr. Yi’s future engagements include solo appearances with the Maryland Symphony Orchestra and the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra , a duo recital in the Auditorium du Louvre in Paris which will be broadcast by France Musique, a chamber music tour with Itzhak Perlman and numerous performances in New York, Chicago, Madison, Jacksonville, Ireland, and United Kingdom.

A recipient of many honors and prizes, Mr. Yi’s recent awards include National Foundation in the Advancement in the ARTS Award, the ASCAP Foundation’s Ira Gershwin Award for Outstanding Musicianship, and the Grand Prizes in 2007 Ima Hogg National Young Artist Competition, 2007 Sorantin International Young Artist Competition and 2008 Schmidbauer International Piano Competition.

Mr. Yi is currently studying with Robert McDonald at the Juilliard School. He received his Bachelor’s of Music Degree from the Curtis Institute where he studied with Ignat Solzhenitsyn. He also has worked with Gary Graffman, Claude Frank and Fou Ts’ong.

WMP Concert Hall is located at 31-33 East 28th Street, between Park and Madison. No food or beverages are permitted in the concert hall.

Future shows:
Monday, October 26th, 2009 @ 12:30pm:
Violinist Seung Jeung

Monday, November 2nd, 2009 @ 12:30pm:
The Ansonia Trio

Monday, November 9th 2009 @ 12:30pm:
Violinist Ju Yeong Moon and pianist Xiaojing Chang

More Details and Source: WMP Concert Hall

New York Virtual Office

Open your office in this cultural and trendy neighborhood today!

Website: Manhattan Virtual Office
Tel: 1.212.627.8900
Fax: 1.646.861.6610

Since 1990.

VH International Business Solutions, Inc.
Follow us on Twitter: @ManhattanOffice