Davinci Virtual knows that many small businesses and startup companies operate out of a small home. While running your business from your house — or your parents' house — is a great way to save some money, it won't always be suitable for your growing business.
As a virtual officer provider, Davinci Virtual is the perfect solution for startup companies. Clients can easily register their company/incorporation, set up live answering services, and rent meeting spaces.
Davinci Virtual works with over 50,000 entrepreneurs and companies from all over the world.
Instead of using your home address for your business, you can easily set up a professional virtual office with Davinci Virtual.
Within an hour of purchasing a virtual office, a Davinci Virtual representative will call you and guide you through the rest of the setup process. The first step is filling out a US Postal 1583 form (which Davinci Virtual provides for you on their website). The next step is to get that form notarized and submit two forms of ID.
Once Davinci Virtual has confirmed everything, you'll be able to use the new address within two business days.
According to Davinci Virtual, "Virtual meetings with prospects are 85 percent less effective than in-person meetings."
Davinci Virtual allows you to book office spaces and host your meeting in a professional location — no matter where you are. The company has access to over 5,000 meeting rooms in every city. You also get to choose how long you are renting the space. You can rent the room for a few hours, a day, or even up to a week.
Plus, the office spaces are staffed and equipped with the latest technology. You get access to high-speed internet, digital projectors and LCD screens, presentation tools, audio and video conferencing, copy/printing services, catering, and more.
With over 5,000 meeting spaces in every city, you'll likely find a meeting space close to you. Davinci also makes it super easy to find an office space by allowing you to search by country, city, state, and even specific office buildings.
Davinci Virtual is known for being affordable. Keep in mind that the prices will vary depending on a variety of factors. For instance, if you're renting an office space in New York, it most likely will cost more than a space in Kansas. You might also need to pay to have your license hang in the building or pay for daily mail forwarding.
Davinci Virtual's website has a lot of information, which can be overwhelming. Thankfully, the company has done an excellent job of making all the information on its site understandable and offering multiple ways to view this information. If you'd rather read about Davinci Virtual's policies, you can find plenty of information on the company FAQ page or a blog post. But if you prefer auditory learning, the company has several YouTube videos with the same information.
Davinci Virtual is also fairly active on all its social media accounts. The company is consistently posting new articles, updates, and company news to its Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and other accounts.
Although Davinci Virtual is known for its affordability, you may encounter additional costs and fees.
For example, some industries require an office to have a resident or registered agent at the office. Some offices have a resident agent, but you'll have to pay a one-time setup fee of $149.
There are also a few communication service fees, including $95 for live receptionist services (one-time fee) and a $50 live webchat set up fee.
These additional costs and fees are not outrageously priced, but it's important to be aware of any extra charges that might show up on your contract.
Davinci Virtual states that "Location solutions require a six-month commitment."
This includes Davinci Virtual Locations, Davinci Virtual Offices, Davinci Virtual Meeting Room packages, and Davinci Virtual MailBox services.
Also, be aware that if you choose to switch Virtual Office locations during the term of your agreement, you start a new six-month term at the time of the switch.
While this is stated in the company’s terms and conditions (and on the FAQ page), some clients felt that the company did not emphasize this enough and were caught off guard when they wanted to cancel.