The Boardroom Executive Suites offer businesses unprecedented amenities for far less than setting up your business in leased office space. Why is this so?
When you lease an office in a traditional office building, your monthly rent is just the beginning of your expenses. You need to arrange and pay for your utilities such as power, water, telephone, internet, janitorial, security. You need to invest in a telephone system and pay for installation, programming and maintenance. You need to lease a copier and buy a fax machine. Oh one more thing….
You need to hire a receptionist to answer the phone and greet your clients when they arrive for appointments. How much does this cost?
The cost of this position can vary widely depending on experience and responsibilities. Consider a receptionist being paid the minimum wage in Oregon. With payroll taxes and limited benefits, the hourly wage can equal $10 per hour. 160 hours per month add up to $1600 per month for your receptionist. Add some medical, sick time and vacation benefits and your cost could easily hit $2000 per month.
Which is way more than you’d pay for an executive office in The Boardroom. Unlike leasing a traditional office, at The Boardroom you get one invoice per month which covers your office, telephone, utilities, internet, and everything else included with your Executive Suite.
You also don’t sign a long-term lease. You can expand into additional offices (subject to availability) as your business grows.
You also avoid renting space for seldom used conference rooms, your own reception area, kitchen and bathrooms. In The Boardroom, you only pay for a slice of these common areas.
Yet you and your clients get 100% enjoyment of these areas. Including the The Executive Club lounge for relaxing in between appointments.
We invite you to take a tour of the Boardroom to fully appreciate the many wonderful benefits of an Executive Suite in The Boardroom.