Can My Social Media Marketing Firm Benefit from a Virtual Office?

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Let’s say the you live in Lexington Park, Maryland and you run a social media marketing firm. You work from your home office and serve other small businesses on the Web. Potential clients find you on the Internet and all client communications are done via phone, fax and online.

Now, you’ve been wanting to expand your business presence without having to leave the comfort of your own home. How can you grow your company? How can you expand your market? How can you attract clients in a new area? How can you do all that and do it instantly?

A virtual office may just be the perfect solution for you and your firm! In a matter of a day, you can go from a local based home business in Lexington Park to having a business presence in a major metropolitan area instantly – for example: New York! Your company now has 2 locations! Imagine how impressive a Manhattan office address would look on your website and business cards!

Opening a virtual office in another country can also make you an international company instantly and open up the market for you to sell your services everywhere.

Your clients can send payments, orders, contracts, and correspondence to your Manhattan virtual office – we’ll keep your mail safe and secure and forward it to you in Lexington Park in accordance with your predetermined forwarding schedule.

Need local fax and phone numbers to complete your New York business presence? No problem! We can get them setup for you in a few hours. You can have either a live operator answer your calls, a machine answer your calls (voice mail) or we can even transfer your New York phone calls to you in Lexington Park. You can have your 212 Manhattan faxes go right into your email inbox.

Need to meet with a client or vendor in New York? No problem. You can rent a professional space to meet with clients on an as-needed-basis. You can even have your lunch or breakfast meeting catered in the office – everything professionally arranged by a full-time office staff.

Need a local hotel or restaurant recommendation? We can help you with ideas! Our knowledgeable staff is at your service. Our eclectic Manhattan neighborhood is chock-full of first class hotels, chain hotels, and wonderful boutique hotels. Our neighborhood’s Michelin Stars sparkle amongst restaurants boasting top chefs, television chefs, and world renown chefs.

If a client drops by unexpectedly, they will enter into a well-appointed office and greeted by a friendly receptionist who will inform your guest that you are, at the moment, out on appointments and offer to take a message on your behalf. This message, if one is left, will be promptly relayed to you via email so you may contact, at your leisure, your New York City office guest.

See how easy it is to open a virtual office… Keep doing what you are doing in Lexington Park and we at VH International Business Solutions will handle your New York business presence.

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, February 8

Palacio Real Stradivarius
Stradivarius on display Madrid’s Palacio Real

Every Monday at 12:30pm, WMP Concert Hall offers 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, February 8 at 12:30pm
Violinist Akiko Kobayashi and Pianist Juliana Han

Talented violinist Akiko Kobayashi and Pianist Juliana Han will perform works by Bach and Prokofiev.

New York-born violinist Akiko Kobayashi is an enthusiastic solo and chamber music player and conveys her love for music with her technical facility and warmth of sound. Miss Kobayashi has appeared as a soloist with orchestras such as the Yonkers Philharmonic Orchestra, Tokyo Suginami Kokaido Chamber Orchestra, and Berkshires International Festival Orchestra. She has performed extensively in major cities including New York, Chicago, Tokyo, Leipzig, Germany and Sicily.

She recently won First Prize in the Richmond County Orchestra Musicians Competition and American Protégé International Strings and Piano Competition, and also received a Distinguished Musician Diploma from the IBLA Grand Prize Competition. Her other awards include Yonkers Philharmonic Concerto Competition Second Prize Winner, Bay Concerto Competition finalist, National Federation of Music Clubs semi-finalist, ECSO Instrumental Music Competition finalist, California International Young Artists Competition semi-finalist, and Chaminade Music Club Scholarship Winner.

Akiko Kobayashi has appeared at several international festivals such as the Bowdoin International Music Festival in Maine, the Interharmony International Music Festival in the Berkshires and the Sulzbach-Rosenberg International Festival in Bavaria, where she performed as both soloist and chamber musician.

She has participated in such master classes as the Stradivarius Society’s master class hosted by Bein & Fushi playing the Schumann Fantasy and performed in a master class at Ibla, Sicily where she also performed solo recitals. She enjoys exploring challenges beyond the range of music, as when she with a double degree in biology and music from Yale University.

Currently a Master of Music candidate at the Manhattan School of Music studying with Isaac Malkin, she has also studied with noted musicians Sidney Harth, Victor Aitay, Zvi Zeitlin, Felix Galimir and Rachel Barton.

Frequently described as an especially intelligent and sensitive pianist, Juliana Han has gained recognition at national and international levels, winning honors in the Young Keyboard Artists Association and Oberlin international piano competitions.

Ms. Han has had numerous concerto performances with orchestras such as the Blue Ash Symphony Orchestra and Cincinnati Symphony Youth Orchestra. An avid chamber musician and active collaborative artist, she has performed across the country and has been coached by the likes of Robert Levin, Robert Merfeld, Nicholas Mann, Stephen Prutsman, and members of the American, St. Lawrence, and Ying string quartets.

Ms. Han has performed at music festivals including the Aspen Festival, Brevard Music Center, and the Oberlin Piano Festival. She is currently a master’s candidate in piano performance at the Manhattan School of Music and studies with Arkady Aronov. Her teachers have included Benita Tse and Victor Rosenbaum.

In addition to her musical accomplishments, Ms. Han holds degrees in biochemistry and law, both from Harvard University.

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, February 22nd @ 12:30pm:
Violinist Emily Smith and Pianist Marnie Hauschildt

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