Global Virtual Office Solutions adds 10 New Cities to its Virtual Office Locations

Global Virtual Office Solutions adds cities in China and India to its growing list of virtual office locations.

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Currently we are in talks with a Country, who are seeking to establish a virtual embassy in a European city

Dublin, Ireland (PRWEB) April 08, 2014

Nestled away on the second floor of a quaint Georgian building in central Dublin, is Global Virtual Office Solutions. It is a small company, but it is setting up alternative office space for hundreds of clients in various cities internationally.

GVOS provides its growing client base, virtual office solutions in over 80 cities, via it's partners worldwide. They will provide you with a business address, telephone numbers, even meeting room facilities, in any major city.

Global Virtual Office Solutions's services used by small and large companies for various reasons, some are seeking to test markets in a certain country, before committing to a full-time office in that country.

Others are smaller companies seeking an affordable presence in one or more locations. The savings for a company is obvious, especially when it comes to office rental in high yield cities such as London, Hong Kong, New York.

Alan Clerkin, founder of GVOS, announced, "today we're delighted to announce ten new virtual office locations including Shanghai, Beijing, Mexico City, Mumbai and Delhi". "These cities are important additions to our list and are the new financial/industrial mega cities in the world" he stated.

"Global trade has changed significantly." Mr. Clerkin added, "Countries such as China and India have surged in global trade as well a growing 'middle class'. Looking into the future, Clerkin added "we seek to expand our office availability in Africa and South America."

"There are lots of companies in cities worldwide, renting office space they don't need - we have small and large companies including airlines, IT consultants, medical firms and we ever are in talks with a Foreign Department, who are seeking to establish a virtual embassy in a European city" Alan Clerkin added.

From a conversation at Alan Clerkin's Dublin office, it seems Global Virtual Office Solutions has a bright future in setting up virtual office space for it's growing client base. Lets not forget to keep an eye out for any mention of a Virtual Embassy, in the near future.

Client's may order a range of virtual office solutions, online via their website
http://www.global-virtualoffice.com with services set up within 48 hours.


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