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Thursday, September 29, 2005

A Part-Time Office Puts On a Good Face for Clients

A recent article in the New York Times looked at the need of entrepreneurs to have office space, sometimes just for the prestige as well as place to meet clients and hold meeting. The article says:
...part-time office space, along with a secretary to relay calls to you, can cost as little as $300 a month and $7 an hour for the time you actually spend in it. Use of fax machines, photocopiers and conference rooms is extra.
Using part-time office space is more cost effective, since the resources are shared among several part-timers, and thus the cost is shared.

The NYT article may require you to register (free) to read it in its entirety.


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