CloudVO City Guide: Sacramento, CA

Virtual Office Plans Sacramento, CA | CloudVO

Today, we are featuring flexible offisce space locations in Sacramento, the capital of the Golden State, California. Sacramento is known as a notable financial center and educational hub, as well as the fastest-growing major city in the state of California which makes it a prime location for your business address or to host your next meeting.

CloudVO partner, Pacific Workplaces, provides a flexible office space with an elegant view of downtown Sacramento at the Capitol location, centrally located just one block from Capitol Mall and two blocks from both the State Capitol and Federal Courthouse. Acquire a professional business address for your business with a Virtual Office in Sacramento or gain a prestigious space to work or conduct meetings by renting hourly Meeting Rooms. Getting to and from this workspace is easy with the Light Rail located just one block away that transports you to and from the Amtrak Station, and onsite valet parking that allows you to avoid the hassles of downtown while providing quick access to I-5 and I-80.

Downtown Sacramento Meeting Rooms Pacific Workplaces | CloudVO

Center 57- Sacramento, a CloudVO Partner, is located in the heart of East Sacramento, housed in a meticulously restored Tuscan-style building. This professional and unique shared office space is ADA-accessible and caters to the needs of professionals in search of a highly functional yet extremely tasteful workspace. Host your next meeting here in one of the comfortable Meeting Rooms. Hourly rates are available for classroom style rooms, lecture rooms, and conference rooms. Virtual Offices are also available for professionals in search of a local business address, mail services, or live phone answering.

Sacramento Meeting Rooms Center 57 | CloudVO

CloudVO partner, Pacific Workplaces also has a flexible office space location conveniently located near Interstate 50 and Highway 99 called the Sacramento- Watt location, which provides quick access to Downtown Sacramento, Stockton, the Central Valley, and West toward San Francisco. Just minutes away you will find coffee shops and a great selection of dining options. Here you will find professional Meeting Rooms perfect for your next interview, training, or conference and Virtual Office plans that include a professional business address, live phone answering, and mail services that are ideal for any business.

Sacramento Coworking Pacific Workplaces Sacramento Watt | CloudVO

Another CloudVO partner, Citizens Business Centers is found on Fulton Avenue just south of Marconi and seconds from I-80. Acquire a professional address for your business with a Virtual Office in Sacramento or gain a prestigious space to work or conduct meetings by renting hourly Meeting Rooms. This flexible workspace is surrounded by a plethora of shopping and dining options with easy access to and from the surrounding area including Roseville, Sacramento Airport, and Arden Fair Mall. 

Sacramento flexible office space Citizens Business Center | CloudVO

CloudVO also has a few partner locations in the greater Sacramento area including Roseville, Folsom, Greenhaven, and El Dorado Hills. The Sacramento metropolitan area is ideal for business performance. This region is dedicated to positioning companies for success, combining the most innovative economy in the world with the Capital of the fifth largest economy in the world. The greater Sacramento area is home to powerhouse companies including Intel’s Folsom campus, Apple’s Elk Grove campus, and Centene’s corporate campus in Natomas. 

Our partner Office Evolution- Folsom, is conveniently located just 20 minutes from downtown Sacramento and provides fully furnished workspaces ideal for the dreamers, risk-takers and doers across the nation. Office Evolution Folsom is located in the Broadstone Business Center near modern lifestyle hub The Palladio with lots of restaurants, amenities, parks and local trails. Meeting rooms are available to rent for your next interview, training, or conference call. Virtual Office plans include mail receipt, mail forwarding, and live answering services. This flexible office space is in an unbeatable location right off the 50 highway with free parking.

Sacramento Meeting Rooms Office Evolution | CloudVO

CloudVO partner Pacific Workplaces also has a flexible space in Roseville. Pacific Workplaces Roseville is conveniently located near I-80 at Douglas Boulevard and E. Roseville Parkway. This ideal location offers a variety of hourly Meeting Room rentals and Virtual Offices featuring live phone answering and digital mail, as well as coworking plans, and furnished private offices. Nearby are plenty of dining, shopping, and hotel choices so everything you’ll need is within reach. With its close proximity to the freeway, this location also allows for easy access to the Greater Sacramento and Placer County areas.

Sacramento Meeting Rooms Pacific Workplaces Roseville | CloudVO

Another CloudVO partner, Business Workspaces is found in the thriving town of El Dorado Hills just a few miles east of the state Capitol of Sacramento. This flexible office space offers workspaces conveniently located just minutes from Town Center. Meeting rooms are available to rent by the hour, day or week depending on your needs and can accommodate 4 to 14 people. Establish a business address in El Dorado Hills that includes mail services and live phone answering with a Virtual Office.

Sacramento Guest Offices Business Workspaces | CloudVO

Our partner Pacific Workplaces also offers a shared office space in Greenhaven, which is just 5 minutes south of downtown Sacramento and 5 minutes north of Elk Grove. The enjoyable neighborhood setting is matched by the elegant and airy interior of our meeting space featuring marble floors and a fantastic two-story lobby. This space is perfect for professionals of all kinds and offers great options for Meeting Rooms and Virtual Offices. This workspace will provide all of the tools that you need for success. 

Sacramento Flexible Office Space Pacific Workplaces Greenhaven | CloudVO

About CloudVO

CloudVO is the umbrella brand of Cloud Officing Corp., headquartered in San Francisco, California. CloudVO’s mission is to provide comprehensive virtual office, coworking and meeting room solutions to professionals under a Workplace-as-a-Service™ model. CloudVO operates the CloudTouchdown network that grants preferential access to day offices and meeting rooms at nearly 1,000 locations worldwide.

CloudVO City Guide: Orange County, CA

Flexible Office Space Orange County, CA | CloudVO

In our next CloudVO City Guide series, we are highlighting a few of our flexible office space partners in Orange County, California. Orange County is a region in Southern California that includes cities such as Irvine, Newport Beach, Laguna Beach, Huntington Beach,  Mission Viejo, Foothill Ranch and Rancho Santa Margarita where you can find a wide-array of CloudVO partner shared office spaces. Orange County is the headquarters to many Fortune 500 companies as well as numerous start-up companies. It’s also home to many technology companies, notable auto-dealerships, large chain restaurant headquarters, and more. Our variety of flexible office and coworking locations is particularly large, a reflection of the growing and diversified economy of Orange County.

CloudVO partner Premier Workspaces, has many prestigious locations throughout Newport Beach, Irvine, Huntington Beach, Mission Viejo, Foothill Ranch and Rancho Santa Margarita. If you’re looking for Meeting Rooms and Virtual Offices in Newport Beach, Premier Workspaces has a plethora of options whether you’re looking for space near Fashion Island, Gateway Plaza or MacArthur Blvd. For example, Premier Workspaces 4590 MacArthur – Newport Beach space has Meeting Rooms that offer an ideal setting for private meetings, large training sessions, interviews, and more. Virtual Offices are also available in Newport Beach, which is well known worldwide as a great place to establish a virtual business presence or add as an additional branch in your office portfolio.These flexible workspaces are easily accessible to Pacific Coast Highway and a wide variety of restaurants, cafes, shopping, and hotels.

Premier Workspaces Meeting Rooms 4590 MacArthur Newport Beach | CloudVO

Premier Workspaces Huntington Beach, a partner of CloudVO, is the ideal workspace in Huntington Beach located on Beach Boulevard. Acquire a professional address for your business with a Virtual Office in Huntington Beach or gain a prestigious space to work or conduct meetings by renting hourly Meeting Rooms. Getting to and from this workspace is easy no matter how you commute with I-405 and public transit stops both nearby.

Premier Workspaces Meeting Rooms Huntington Beach | CloudVO

If you’re looking for flexible office space in Mission Viejo, Foothill Ranch or Rancho Santa Margarita, Premier Workspaces also provides space there. Premier Workspaces Mission Viejo is located right off of I-5 making it an ideal workspace. This workspace offers a variety of hourly Meeting Room rentals as well as Virtual Office plans including mail receipt, mail forwarding, and live answering services. Premier Workspaces Foothill Ranch offers professional Virtual Offices and Meeting Rooms located just off of Highway 241 and just minutes from I-5 and I-405. Premier Workspaces’ Rancho Santa Margarita location has a variety of Virtual Offices and Meeting Rooms, some of which include wonderful views of the Saddleback Mountains. It’s conveniently located off Santa Margarita Parkway, next to the 241 Toll Road, and close to public transit allowing for easy access to the entire surrounding area. 

Premier Workspaces Meeting Rooms Foothill Ranch | CloudVO

CloudVO partner, Premier Workspaces, also offers plenty of options for Virtual Offices and Meeting Rooms in Irvine. Flexible office spaces are available at the Jamboree Center, Van Karman Corporate Center, Centerstone Plaza, Wells Fargo Tower, University Tower, The Atrium, and more. Premier Workspaces Jamboree Center – Irvine, has the ideal location for Virtual Offices and Meeting Rooms just off the 405 Freeway making it the perfect place to grow your business. Premier Workspaces Von Karman Corporate Center – Irvine is the perfect place for professionals of all kinds and offers great options for Virtual Offices and Meeting Rooms. Premier Workspaces Wells Fargo Tower- Irvine, a partner of CloudVO is conveniently located at the corner of Main Street and MacArthur, in the prestigious Wells Fargo Tower and is an ideal location to establish a business presence with a Virtual Office or host a meeting in one of their Meeting Rooms. Conveniently located in the Centerstone Plaza, CloudVO Partner Premier Workspaces Centerstone Plaza – Irvine provides professional Virtual Offices and Meeting Rooms designed to meet all of your business needs. CloudVO Partner Premier Workspaces University Tower – Irvine is an ideal workplace for any business looking to establish a presence in Orange County. With hourly Meeting Room rentals and Virtual Offices including a business address featuring mail receipt, mail forwarding and live answering services, you’ll have all the tools you need to succeed. 

Premier Workspaces Meeting Rooms Irvine, CA | CloudVO

Another CloudVO partner, ESDI, also offers premium flexible office space options in Newport Beach and Irvine. ESDI Newport Executive Center – Newport Beach, a CloudVO Partner, is located in Orange County’s most luxurious coastal business and shopping destination, Fashion Island. This shared workspace is prepared to fulfill your Virtual Office and Meeting Room needs. This flexible office space overlooks the ocean and offers an elite office experience with convenient access to nearly 200 specialty boutiques, department stores, a vast array of dining options, The Island Hotel, as well as The Resort at Pelican Hill. ESDI also offers Virtual Offices and Meeting Rooms in the surrounding areas at ESDI Airport Plaza Center 1 and 2.

ESDI Flexible Office Space Irvine, CA | CloudVO

ESDI also provides shared workspaces in Irvine. ESDI 2082 Michelson Business Center – Irvine is conveniently located off of I-405. This workspace offers a variety of Meeting Room rentals as well as Virtual Offices and call answering services. Amenities include complimentary beverages, business-grade Wifi, free parking, and highly-trained staff ready to assist you with whatever you might require. Additionally, this flexible office space is in close proximity to plenty of restaurants, hotels, shopping, as well as major highways and the John Wayne Airport.

CloudVO partner, Carr Workplaces, provides excellent options for Virtual Offices and Meeting Rooms in the Laguna Niguel and Irvine areas of Orange County. Carr Workplaces Laguna Niguel sits high atop a hill displaying some of the most awe-inspiring views of inland South Orange County. Found in a contemporary glass high-rise building, this workspace offers world-class Meeting Rooms and day offices perfect to host your next meeting in just minutes from numerous restaurants and shops as well as I-5 and 73 Toll Road. You can even access meeting rooms on a monthly basis at this facility with a CloudTouchdown Pass. This flexible office space would also make a great additional location to your portfolio with a Virtual Office.

Carr Workplaces Meeting Rooms Laguna Niguel

Carr Workplaces also offers space in Irvine. Carr Workplaces Spectrum Center – Irvine is located adjacent to the Spectrum offering easy access to a plethora of premier restaurants, shops, and entertainment. This Irvine workspace with panoramic views of Orange County offers professional Virtual Offices and hourly Meeting Rooms. Amenities include everything you need including a comfortable business lounge, high-speed Wifi, complimentary beverages, in-building parking, video conferencing capabilities, and welcoming staff ready to assist you. This building also has convenient access to both I-405 and I-5 highways and nearby green spaces.

Carr Workplaces Irvine Spectrum Center Meeting Rooms | CloudVO

Orange County is a prime location for your distinguished business address or as an additional location to your portfolio. So when it comes to your professional business needs, CloudVO has an array of great options for you. Virtual Office plans are available at all of the aforementioned locations and offer professional meeting rooms, digital mail services, as well as the use of a business address with options to add live phone answering services.


About CloudVO

CloudVO is the umbrella brand of Cloud Officing Corp., headquartered in San Francisco, California. CloudVO’s mission is to provide comprehensive virtual office, coworking and meeting room solutions to professionals under a Workplace-as-a-Service™ model. CloudVO operates the CloudTouchdown network that grants preferential access to day offices and meeting rooms at nearly 1,000 locations worldwide.


CloudVO City Guide: Los Angeles, CA

Los Angeles Flexible Office Spaces | CloudVO City Guide

In today’s CloudVO City Guide series, we are highlighting a few of our flexible office space partners in Los Angeles and Ventura. The “City of Angels” is famously known as the home of Hollywood, a major center of the world entertainment industry, as well as the cultural, financial, and commercial center of Southern California. It happens to be one of the most substantial economic powers within the United States, making it a prime location for your distinguished business address, as a headquarters, or for business expansion. LA holds a large and diversified market that is making headlines with Silicon Valley in terms of new business growth and tech startups. We are breaking down Los Angeles into a few of its most popular areas: Downtown LA, Beverly Hills, and Hollywood. We are also sharing a couple of our partner locations in Ventura, if you prefer working closer to the coast. Ventura is a coastal city that lies between Los Angeles and Santa Barbara along U.S. route 101 and is a great place to host a meeting or add as a business address in your portfolio.

CloudVO Partner, Premier Workspaces Los Angeles – Wells Fargo Center, is a perfect place to meet with clients or colleagues. This shared workspace offers hourly meeting rooms and is ideally located. Found just off of Interstate 110 and Route 101 on South Grand Avenue, and just minutes from Pershing Square station, this workspace allows for easy access to the entire Los Angeles Metropolitan Area. Amenities on-site include high-speed wifi, complimentary beverages, presentation equipment, and parking. In the surrounding area, you’ll find plenty of restaurants, cafes, shopping, hotels, and sights including Pershing Square and Grand Park.

Premier Workspaces Los Angeles Conference Room | CloudVO City Guide

IgnitedSpaces Hollywood, a CloudVO Partner, is a place and community for brands and artists to leverage their voice for cultural and technological advancement. Here you will find Virtual Offices in a penthouse workspace that feature stellar #views of the Hollywood Hills. Oh, and did we mention this space has convenient parking?! IgnitedSpaces Hollywood is home to a dynamic community of entrepreneurs and thriving businesses. Members thrive in this coworking space with penthouse workspaces, private offices, event and meeting spaces, and last but certainly not least, Wine Wednesdays and endless summer happy hours.

IgnitedSpaces Hollywood Conference Room | CloudVO Los Angeles City Guide
IgnitedSpaces Hollywood Boardroom | CloudVO Los Angeles City Guide

CloudVO partner, Carr Workplaces Downtown LA, is located on the 10th floor of The Bloc, a mixed-use site in Los Angeles. This shared office space offers Virtual Offices, live telephone answering, and meeting room services. This LEED certified location provides use of the business address, mail and package services, as well as hourly rentals of their three conference rooms that can seat 10-14 people. This flexible workspace provides easy and convenient access to the financial, fashion, jewelry, and theater districts, as well as the 7th Street Metro Center Station. The building is accessible from Highways 110 and 101 and is surrounded by various entertainment and dining options.

Carr Workplaces Downtown Los Angeles Venice Room | CloudVO City Guide
Carr Workplaces Downtown Los Angeles Sunset Room | CloudVO City Guide

Another CloudVO partner, dots SPACE Beverly Hills, is the ideal flexible workspace in Beverly Hills with hourly meeting rooms and Virtual Offices available. You can even access meeting rooms on a monthly basis at this facility with a CloudTouchdown Pass. Amenities include a comfortable business lounge, high-speed wifi, complimentary beverages, parking, video conferencing capabilities, and welcoming staff at the ready to assist you. This Los Angeles coworking space is easily accessible with Santa Monica Boulevard just minutes away, as well as public transit stops within walking distance. Also, there are plenty of restaurants, cafes, shopping, hotels, and local sights including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Petersen Automotive Museum.

dots SPACE Beverly Hills Small Meeting Room | CloudVO City Guide
dots SPACE Beverly Hills Coworking | CloudVO City Guide

CloudVO partner, Titan Offices, provides two locations in downtown. The first flexible office space is located at 1055 West 7th Street and offers Virtual Office solutions for those who wish to work from home, but maintain the professionalism of having a penthouse in downtown LA. West 7th Street offers workspaces in the heart of Los Angeles’ financial district. The second location has Virtual Offices available at 811 Wilshire Blvd., also located in Downtown Los Angeles’ Financial and Central Business District. Both shared workspaces are conveniently situated near the Staple Center, Convention Center, city Courthouses and more. There is also easy access to Interstate 110, Interstate 10, and Interstate 5. A few of the most popular restaurants in the area include SUGARFISH, Tender Greens, and Bottega Louie.

Titan Offices Los Angeles Coworking | CloudVO City Guide
Titan Offices Los Angeles Boardroom | CloudVO City Guide


CloudVO partner, River Park Executive Suites – Oxnard, located in prestigious River Park, offers a professional business address for Virtual Offices and meeting rooms, as well as mail services, live telephone answering, ample parking, flat screen TV, unlimited wifi, on-site notary (additional charges apply), conference rooms that seat 6-12 comfortably, and beautiful views. This shared workspace is ideally situated in beautiful Ventura County between Santa Barbara and Los Angeles. In addition, this flexible office is within minutes of restaurants, banks, and retail stores. It’s also in close proximity to US 101 and CA 232 which makes for an easy commute.

River Park Executive Suites Guest Office Ventura County | CloudVO City Guide
River Park Executive Suites Boardroom Ventura County | CloudVO City Guide

Another CloudVO partner in Ventura County, OfficeLOCALE – Thousand Oaks, is ideally located just minutes from Highway 101 in beautiful Thousand Oaks. This flexible space provides Virtual Offices and meeting rooms and boasts a conference room that seats 15 and a boardroom that seats 30. Establish a local presence with affordable business solutions such as virtual office plans, live answering services, mail handling, and on-site shipping and packaging services. Conveniently located nearby are local shops, restaurants, and coffee shops.

Whether you are looking to make LA the headquarters of your business or you need a professional business address in Los Angeles or Ventura county, we have many options that are up to par. Virtual Office plans are available at most of the aforementioned partner locations and offer standard mail services, sophisticated meeting rooms, as well as use of the business address with options to add live phone answering services. Being that Los Angeles is a very high-profile city, it would be an ideal location to have a prestigious business address or to host your business meetings in.


About CloudVO

CloudVO  is the umbrella brand of Cloud Officing Corp., headquartered in San Francisco, California. CloudVO’s mission is to provide comprehensive virtual office, coworking and meeting room solutions to professionals under a Workplace-as-a-Service™ model. CloudVO operates the CloudTouchdown network that grants preferential access to day offices and meeting rooms at nearly 1,000 locations worldwide.



Co-Wagging: A Dog’s Life at a Coworking Space

Dog Friendly Coworking Spaces Lake Tahoe, NV | CloudVO

Co-authored by Justine Dhollande and Skylar the Border Collie

Disclaimer: The images in this post are ridiculously adorable. Prepare for Cute Overload.


It’s Monday morning, 7:00 a.m. hits and a loud noise starts sounding from a device next to the bed. Whenever I hear this sound, I know my human is going to ‘work.’ Some dogs may be sad about this because they get left behind all day.  I used to be that dog. I would watch my human run around the house in a frenzy, feed me quickly, let me out to potty for a brief moment, then watch her bolt out the door. No cuddles, no play time, just food, potty and goodbye. I hated those days

But then, something amazing happened. One day, she came home extremely happy, and when my human is happy, so am I. She said she got a new job. Of course, this meant nothing to me at the time, except that we got to jump around and wiggle with joy. I didn’t realize my life would change forever. 

Another Monday comes around, and something changed in her morning routine. There was no running around in a hurry. She suddenly had time for cuddles, kisses and fetch. She mentioned that with this new job, she has ‘flexibility.’ I’m not sure what this is, but if any humans out there haven’t tried this concept yet, I highly recommend it. 

She proceeded to gather my toys, blanket, treats and leash, along with her work bag. “Come on Skylar, we are going to work!” she says. I don’t really understand yet, but I don’t care. All I know is that I get to go in the car! And then we were off, and quickly arrived at the coworking place that I’ve been hearing so much about: Cowork Tahoe.

We walked inside, and I finally understood why my human was so happy. She worked in a human/dog heaven! I’m talking free treats, toys, and friends for both of us. We go to the kitchen, and she grabs something to eat, and then hands me a doggie treat from a jar on the counter. We go to her desk and she works enthusiastically while I work ruthlessly on getting the squeaker out of a new toy I found. We go to the couches for a break, and she meets a human friend who has a doggie friend for me to play tug of war with.  It was the best day ever!

Fast forward a few weeks, and life at work just keeps getting better. I now know all the dogs that come to work regularly (shout out to my paw pals Cassie, Noka and Cherokee), as well as my friends in the kitchen, who can’t resist giving me treats.

Dog Friendly Coworking Spaces Lake Tahoe, Nevada | CloudVO
Dog Friendly Coworking Spaces Cowork Tahoe | CloudVO

But even better than friends and treats is that my human has never been happier! Sometimes she takes me out to run before going to work.  Other times, we go to the park in the middle of the day for some sunshine and frisbee. Most days she even has extra energy after work for hikes, bike rides and evening yoga to unwind. 

Dog Friendly Coworking Spaces and Yoga | CloudVO

We have been working at this coworking space for over two years now, and there still is never a dull moment. It’s been really fun socializing and meeting all these new humans and dogs from different backgrounds. My human seems to be learning a lot, outside of her desk bubble. She really enjoys talking to all the other humans that work in the same building, who have all sorts of different jobs, while I enjoy wagging my tail with dogs who come from all over. Our work-play balance couldn’t be better, and I have our coworking sanctuary to thank.

Unfortunately, since this terrible thing called COVID-19 hit, we have not been back to our work sanctuary in forever it seems. I hear that most dogs are happiest when their owners are home all the time. Well, perhaps I would feel the same way if this virus came before my owner started taking me to work. But since I was welcome at the office anyways, I miss all my friends now! I get it, I get it…it is safer to be home, so I will obey because I am a good girl. I even make sure to wear my mask when I’m out to protect others. So while I practice “physical distancing” with my humans, I will patiently sit and wait until I get to cowork again.

Dog Friendly Coworking Spaces during Covid-19 | CloudVO

Check out www.CloudVO.com  to book a day pass at a dog-friendly flexible office space today.


About CloudVO

CloudVO is the umbrella brand of Cloud Officing Corp., headquartered in San Francisco, California. CloudVO’s mission is to provide comprehensive virtual office, coworking and meeting room solutions to professionals under a Workplace-as-a-Service™ model. CloudVO operates the CloudTouchdown network that grants preferential access to day offices and meeting rooms at nearly 1,000 locations worldwide for mobile workers and distributed workforces under a subscription model or on a pay-per-use basis.


Coworking in Resort Towns: Distracting or Productive?

Coworking in Resort Towns | CloudVO

Written by Justine Dhollande


It’s 2020, and the notion of coworking is not only a known and accepted concept, but also a desired space to work at and be part of, provided the space respects proper social distancing and Health & Safety protocols in this COVID-19 era. The idea of working with other professionals in different industries, gives individuals the opportunity to collaborate with people of a variety of backgrounds, talents, and knowledge. This presents an opportunity to learn from others outside of your workplace bubble. But what if your workplace is located in a resort town, such as Lake Tahoe, NV?

Do the distractions of the glorious outdoors, outweigh the ability to be effective in your work?

I asked a couple members of the local coworking space here in South Lake Tahoe, Cowork Tahoe, what they thought about balancing work vs. play in a year-round playground. 

“Cowork Tahoe has been essential to my success as a remote employee and as a member of the South Lake Tahoe community,” says Jenna. She is a product manager at Adobe, who spends 2-3 days a week at Cowork Tahoe. This allows her to get out of the house, socialize, and spend concentrated hours working on projects. “Before I began coworking,” she explains, “I found myself isolated, spending time outside on my bike or snowboard and then in my home office accompanied by my dog, slack, and whomever I may be video conferencing with. There were two things that were big challenges in this method of work: I was easily distracted around the house when I needed to do deep-focus work, and I was not getting enough social interaction.”

For Jenna, distractions came easy in her home, but when asked if she found distractions in a coworking place, she replied: “Cowork gives me the best of both worlds, but it is still up to me to be productive.” Jenna has found a good work and social balance, where she can position herself in the common area and join conversations, or take video conferences in meeting rooms for a higher level of professionalism.

Distractions are a real possibility when working in a resort town

Another Cowork Tahoe member, Stephanie, describes her experience working in a resort town. “Living in a resort town has kept me happy as an employee and prevented burnout that’s so common in the busy city,” she says. “It’s a place where I can focus and get work done, but also network with peers in the open office setting.” Similar to Jenna, Stephanie found that working solely from home became monotonous and reclusive. “You forget how to talk to people sometimes,” she points out. 

“It requires a firm amount of discipline and finding ways to stay motivated that work for you,” says Stephanie. The flexibility, however, makes her schedule manageable, being a Machine Learning Engineer at General Dynamics. “Because I write software, my mind is usually thinking hard almost 100% of the time.” She explains that by working at Cowork Tahoe, she can work in 2-3 hour sessions and incorporate mental breaks, such as laundry, walking her dog, or even skiing in between these work sessions. “Last winter, I went skiing in the mornings for two hours twice a week and did my work in the afternoons/evenings. The possibilities for play are endless in the summer. I would start work at the crack of dawn and end early to take advantage of the extra afternoon sunlight,” showing the benefit of flexible working in a year round recreation town.  

Coworking in Resort Towns Lake Tahoe, Nevada | CloudVO

The perfect work-play balance

My take you ask? I totally recommend it. Being able to work in a beautiful place in the world, and ski for an hour or two prior to work, or cruise a sunset mountain bike session after 5pm in the summer, gives me the perfect work vs. play balance. I may make up for it by managing emails late into the night, but it’s all worth it. The draw is not only the convenience and accessibility of the outdoors, but also the fact that I am lucky enough to breathe fresh air daily, and take a break to watch the snow fall outside my window, or the sun shine through the massive pine trees surrounding me. All of this combined makes me happier, healthier, and overall more productive and willing to produce my best efforts at work. I wouldn’t have it any other way.

Visit www.CloudVO.com  to book a meeting room, day office, or coworking pass at close to 1,000 partner locations around the world.


About CloudVO

CloudVO is the umbrella brand of Cloud Officing Corp., headquartered in San Francisco, California. CloudVO’s mission is to provide comprehensive virtual office, coworking and meeting room solutions to professionals under a Workplace-as-a-Service™ model. CloudVO operates the CloudTouchdown network that grants preferential access to day offices and meeting rooms at nearly 1,000 locations worldwide for mobile workers and distributed workforces under a subscription model or on a pay-per-use basis.



How We Support Work From Home: A Solution for Distributed Workforces

CloudTouchdown Passes for Remote Workers | CloudVO

In shaking our world, COVID-19 has shown that work from home could be very productive in certain circumstances. CloudVO has come up with a solution that maximizes the benefits of remote work while negating many of its drawbacks. We call that solution the “CloudTouchdown Pass.”

Work From Home (WFH) was a necessity during the COVID-19 confinement period, but all indications suggest that it is here to stay for a large component of the workforce. Prior to COVID-19, most large Enterprises were not keen on pursuing aggressive WFH programs because the perceived negatives (e.g. potential disconnect from strong corporate cultures, a home environment not always conducive or appropriate for work, management control) seemed to outweigh the benefits:

  • Employee control over their work-life hours; 
  • Time saved and carbon footprint reduced with the elimination of long, tedious, and stressful commutes;
  • Reduced occupancy costs;
  • Enhanced employee satisfaction.

A recent internal employee survey at Facebook reported by the New York Times and many other media on May 21, 2020, suggests that 40% of the workforce would like to either work from home permanently or a significant portion of the time. Mark Zuckerberg said in a video to employees that he would expect half of his employees to work remotely within the next five years and that Facebook “will be the most forward-leaning company on remote work.” Forty-five percent of the employees indicated that they would relocate if they had the option to work remotely.

Facebook Employee Remote Work Survey (May 2020)

Facebook Employee Remote Survey May 2020

James Gorman, CEO of Morgan Stanley, was quoted in the press in late April 2020, “With 90% of our employees working at home, we have had almost no issues.” He later added that he expects many will continue to work remotely after the crisis is over because “we learned it can be done.” Twitter’s CEO Jack Dorsey told employees in an email on May 21, 2020 that they would be allowed to work from home indefinitely, even after the COVID-19 shutdown. He’s leaving the decision to either work from home or at the office in the hands of his employees.

Facebook, Twitter, Morgan Stanley, and many more large Enterprises are elaborating new work and recruiting strategies away from their cores which are typically located in expensive areas, as far as office space costs but also in terms of housing costs. These strategies respond to the desire of a majority of their current and prospective workforce, but also will reduce cost, improve retention, and diversify their recruiting opportunities.

To support this COVID-induced tectonic change, CloudVO has developed a CloudTouchdown Pass that gives remote workers access to part-time offices and meeting rooms in a professional workplace, in close proximity to their home. When the kitchen table does not do it anymore, they can check in a private office nearby for concentrated work. When they need to meet locally with other members of their team, they can use the pass to access fully equipped meeting rooms, in any of our 800+ carefully selected locations in our network.

We require our locations to have Health & Safety protocols that enforce social distancing, provide extreme sanitation, and follow or exceed CDC guidelines, for suitability with Enterprise clients. They have enterprise-grade internet connection and are fully furnished, with on-premise staff. When COVID-19 is in the rearview mirror, they will also provide an opportunity to commingle with other professionals at business events organized on the premises, and thus provide social and serendipitous opportunities that workers can’t find being home full-time or through their Zoom activities. That’s after a vaccine or strong therapeutics against COVID-19 are available of course. Meanwhile our locations are required to enforce strict social distancing and sanitation guidelines inside of their space, with a goal to make them “as safe or safer than home.”

The CloudTouchdown Passes are for part-time use of the CloudVO network. They provide access to day offices or conference rooms on a subscription basis, which means that their Enterprise sponsor knows exactly how much it will impact their budget.

CloudTouchdown Passes for Work From Home Employees | CloudVO

See more details here https://cloudvo.com/cloud-touchdown.


About CloudVO

CloudVO is the umbrella brand of Cloud Officing Corp., headquartered in San Francisco, California. CloudVO’s mission is to provide comprehensive virtual office, coworking and meeting room solutions to professionals under a Workplace-as-a-Service™ model. CloudVO operates the CloudTouchdown network that grants preferential access to day offices and meeting rooms at nearly 1,000 locations worldwide for mobile workers and distributed workforces under a subscription model or on a pay-per-use basis.


Maintaining Community While Members are Virtual: Insights from 4 Coworking Operators

Now that your members are working from home, scaling back their time in the space, or working apart from one another, how do you maintain community?

We asked four workspace operators to share a glimpse into their experience, how they’re creating virtual offerings, and what advice they’d give to other coworking owners and managers.

Susan Dorsch is co-founder of Office Nomads in Seattle, WA. Office Nomads has 103 members, zero private offices, and 10-15 events per month. Jamie Orr is co-founder of Cowork Tahoe in South Lake Tahoe, CA. and co-founder of Jellyswitch. Cowork Tahoe has 150 members, 32 offices and 8-12 events per month. Felicity Maxwell is co-founder and COO of Fibercove in Austin, TX. Fibercove has 100 members, 4 offices and 5-10 events per month.  Maya Delano is the community manager at Nextspace Coworking Santa Cruz who runs the space with community coordinator Jennifer Hamilton.  NextSpace Santa Cruz has 241 members, 26 offices, and hosts about 14 internal/public events per month. Here’s what they had to say:

[?] Cat Johnson: How are things in your space and community? What precautions have you taken around COVID-19?

Susan Dorsch: Things in Seattle are definitely tense as our region is one of the centers of the COVID-19 outbreak.

In the space and within our community, I’d say the general feeling is subdued. It’s hard in Seattle right now. But there’s also a solid undercurrent of humor and good-naturedness that is so reassuring. This outbreak and the onslaught of news about it has been hard on everyone, but I hear lots of words of encouragement between our members. While it’s a crappy thing to connect over, our members are connecting well and finding ways to at least cheer each other along in the struggle.

The precautions Office Nomads has taken thus far are:

  • Daily sanitizing of most surfaces in the space (countertops, door handles, coffee pots, our iPad for check-in, etc.)
  • Temporarily switching over to disposable towels in the bathrooms and kitchens (normally we use regular towels because we love the environment).
  • Having hand sanitizer and other cleaning supplies out at the ready for members to use.
  • Temporarily putting a pause on our food-related gatherings in the space (though we joked around about having a snack be individually wrapped cheese sticks placed at 6-foot intervals around the table.)
  • Maintaining a strong channel of communication with our members so they know all the things.

Jamie Orr: This week, we really saw things start to change in response to COVID-19. It’s quiet here. We still have people coming in, but the energy is completely different. On Monday, we established our response protocol as a team:

  • Suspended all drop-in day passes
  • Canceled and suspended any meeting room bookings from outside groups, and any events in the space
  • Placed signs everywhere reminding people of good hygiene protocols. Most of those signs are fun and encourage singing while hand washing
  • Increased our cleaning, disinfecting primary shared surfaces like handles, buttons, etc. multiple times throughout the day
  • Sent and posted notices about CDC guidelines, our procedures, etc. to all members

Felicity Maxwell: Cleaning stations, extra hand soap, spot cleaning of common surfaces. 

NextSpace SC: Things are getting weird, not going to lie! Initially, we started disinfecting every AM and put out hygiene signage with additional “sanitation stations” and even added floral arrangements to the stations to bring a little beauty (and engage members) to use the sanitizers. 

Wash Your Hands Signage NextSpace Coworking Santa Cruz

But now we have closed the space to abide by our county’s shelter in place order.

  • We are only open 2 hours each day for the purpose of managing mail to keep our members’ businesses running smooth
  • Members have started an online “Coffee Time” to hang out virtually each morning. It’s so cute!
  • We plan to have a virtual happy hour

In what ways has COVID-19 affected the day-to-day in your space?

SD: Things are definitely more quiet in the space, and the majority of our conversations are outbreak-related. So that’s different for sure. Literally someone just said, “Nice to social distance with y’all!” as they left the lunch table.

JO: Everyone is on edge, especially as this past week has progressed. The typical water cooler talk is all about the pandemic, what is going to happen, what people are doing to prepare. Many members are preparing by taking home monitors in anticipation of school closures.

At the same time, everyone is being incredibly supportive of one another and trying to stay in good spirits. The community is strong. Our team has been working really hard on overcommunicating with members: asking how they are doing, what they need, talking with them about what we are doing, what our thought process is, how we intend on supporting everyone. That has gone really far.

FM: Totally Normal / Totally Not! We have plenty of community members that are attempting to work as usual, but also have a number who have been impacted.  Specifically:

  • SXSW cancelled: One of the startups here has their entire remote team flying in, they were scheduled to be featured at SXSW Innovation Showcase. All of that was cancelled. No team meeting, no SXSW parties, no chance to win or gain the exposure and connections offered by SXSW
  • Projects cancelled: Several members have already mentioned work projects being cancelled. One works with the airline industry and they had an entire RFP revoked. Likewise, another member who supports large tech conferences had six months worth of work put on hold. Their contacts are now asking them to create a system for virtual conferences, since it is unclear when these types of gatherings will be coming back.
  • Meetings cancelled or low attendance: We have had several bookings cancel due to attendee travel concerns about COVID. One client has zero attendees at a sales meeting that normally has 10-15. 
  • We’ve made the decision to go to a members only/limited staffing model for the next few weeks. That should allow our members who need space to use it, but encourage everyone else to stay home and safe.  

NextSpace SC: Our space started to fill with children and friends for a bit (we are thinking it had to do with school closures before the shelter-in-place order).  Although NextSpace is closed to the public, we still allow access to members that absolutely need the space to conduct business. 

  • We offer mailbox services and are staffed for two hours a day so members can access their mail via pick-up, but we have encouraged scanning or forwarding to their home address.
  • We have also directed members to ship packages (Amazon, UPS, etc.) to their home.
  • Staff are mostly working from home and trying to keep our community informed and find ways to keep everyone connected. We’re going as virtual as possible and testing the waters of online events and messaging platforms.

[?] Do you have ways for your community to connect virtually? If so, what is working well?

SD: We sure do! We have a member mailing list as well as an active Slack. Both of those channels are proving to be really valuable for our members to touch base with each other. We just launched our first-ever virtual membership (which is free in March) to encourage those who might be newly experiencing the challenges of remote work to have another touch point.  

Already there’s been an increase in the use of Slack. We’re planning virtual work sprints, have a “daily debate” channel, and are checking in on weekly goals. It’s lovely.

JO: Next week, we’ll be rolling out scheduled times to virtually cowork with each other. I’m looking at a few options: 

  1. Work sprints with video on
  2. Happy hour or “after kids are asleep” hour
  3. Water cooler check-ins in the morning and towards mid-afternoon when members would typically be taking coffee breaks

FM: We primarily use Slack for member communication and have seen an uptick in engagement. We’re planning to use Zoom for virtual coworking this week. 

NextSpace SC: We are lucky to have amazing members who started a Facebook group to host virtual morning coffee sessions each day. Our company will be using Zoom and Facebook Live to host virtual happy hours on Friday’s at 3:58pm and daily coworking sessions with our members. We’re also using our mailing list to communicate with members.  Our internal team will be logging in together each day to connect, support and share experiences and challenges.

Virtual Happy Hour NextSpace Coworking Santa Cruz

[?] How would you advise other space operators working to find ways to support, maintain and strengthen their community through the outbreak?

SD: Don’t be silent. Reach out, be proactive, and find ways that you can be helpful. It’s not as hard or scary as you might think.

JO: Now more than ever it’s imperative to model good communication, and over-communication. Even I have taken for granted the ease at which we connect with one another when in the same physical space. There is extra effort required to get used to doing that virtually. As coworking space operators, we can help our members do that by showing them how.

FM: Give your community ways to connect that are not related to physical space. Encourage everyone to stay connected via Zoom, Slack etc., and remind them that this is temporary.

NextSpace SC: There are so many resources! Check out Women Who Cowork who have dedicated an entire training session and created an online manual to support us during these crazy times. Joining virtual discussions such as Coworking Convos is also a great way to stay connected with other space operators that are in the same boat! 

Cat Johnson Coworking Convos Virtual Community

Lastly, even if your space is not closed yet, start putting strategies in place and communicate to members what your processes will be “in case of a closure.”  Get your mail, communications and resources in order. If you do this ahead of time, you will have more time to be present and available to your members when you do have to transition to virtual coworking. 

Cat Johnson is a writer and storyteller for the coworking movement. Cat is founder of Coworking Convos – a virtual monthly group discussion with other space operators on topics relevant to the coworking industry. Sign-up for the next free Coworking Convo and join the discussion!


About CloudVO

CloudVO is the umbrella brand of Cloud Officing Corp., headquartered in San Francisco, California. CloudVO’s mission is to provide comprehensive virtual office, coworking and meeting room solutions to professionals under a Workplace-as-a-Service™ model. CloudVO operates the CloudTouchdown network that grants preferential access to day offices and meeting rooms at nearly 1,000 locations worldwide for mobile workers and distributed workforces under a subscription model or on a pay-per-use basis.


How Many Meeting Rooms Should You Have? A Meeting Room Guide for Flexible Office Space Operators

In this series, we will extract some of the data we published in our 2019 Meeting Room White Paper and dig deeper on our analysis.

Meeting Rooms are an indispensable amenity in any coworking space for three main reasons:

  1. Members need them for their own meeting requirements, both planned and sometimes impromptu
  2. Meeting rooms are an important revenue center, and a very profitable one at that
  3. Hosting meetings in your coworking space draws very desirable traffic that may convert into membership

What’s important to full-time members is that the meeting rooms are there and accessible when they need to host a meeting that cannot be accommodated in their office. Everyone likes “free,” but the availability of the rooms are more important than the price.

This is important to realize because the opportunity to monetize the meeting rooms outside of your membership is significant.

If you have a coworking space with 50 to 200 members, maintaining two meeting rooms and one day office is the bare minimum to provide the level of service that shared office space members expect. Many centers, particularly those with a healthy virtual office business, will have 5 and sometimes 10 or more meeting rooms and day offices.

The average number of meeting rooms in the U.S. is 3.5 per location, with 25% at 4 meeting rooms or more. As a reminder, these statistics come from analyzing the CloudVO inventory of 2,500 meeting rooms published on CloudVO.com, out of 700 partners worldwide with two-thirds of them in the United States. In some cases, operators do not publish all their inventory for online bookings which may slightly under estimate the true inventory numbers.

Meeting Room Data for Coworking Spaces | Number of Meeting Rooms | CloudVO

Monetizing Meeting Rooms is Too Important to Ignore

Whereas some free access to meeting rooms for full-time members can be a good idea, the opportunity cost associated with “free” is very high and the ability to monetize the rooms to outside visitors is too important to ignore. A better idea is to make them available to the public at large, and market them via resellers such as CloudVO as well as via your own local marketing efforts.

Pacific Workplaces estimates that the revenue generated by its meeting rooms (over 100 rooms in 20 locations) is 125% to 300% what it could generate by converting the rooms as full-time offices instead. The larger the room, the bigger the opportunity cost. Hence, it pays to have an aggressive meeting room profit center strategy as many CloudVO partners have found.

Over the last 10 years, we have seen a drastic reduction in ‘free’ meeting room hours provided to full-time members by operators, and a significant increase in meeting rooms available online via resellers such as CloudVO, Liquidspace, or DaVinci.

Use your Vacant Offices as Temporary Day Offices

Unlike WeWork, Regus has a healthy Virtual Office and Meeting Room business. We undertook a comprehensive comparison of their meeting room inventory, available for online bookings, with that of independent operators. It is interesting to see that Regus tends to maintain fewer larger- sized meeting rooms than independent operators, but many more rooms classified as “day offices.” This is because Regus will systematically list vacant offices as “day offices” and make them available to Virtual Office clients and “off-the-street” bookings.

They can also work as overflow for full-time members when the dedicated meeting rooms are full. We think this approach is a best practice that independent operators should emulate. Many IT platforms such as Yardi KUBE, Essensys, or DeskWorks will support the automatic listing of a vacant office as a free office, adding to your inventory of rooms that can be monetized as a meeting room until it’s leased again to a full-time client. The CloudVO platform integrates with many of the prevalent IT coworking platforms, which will enable us to market the available slots in your meeting room calendar and give end-users a seamless experience.

Meeting Room Data USA Coworking Spaces Average Rooms per Location | CloudVO

If you need assistance on how to monetize your vacant offices as day offices until they are leased to a full-time member again, do not hesitate to reach out to us.


About CloudVO

CloudVO is the umbrella brand of Cloud Officing Corp., headquartered in San Francisco, California. CloudVO’s mission is to provide comprehensive virtual office, coworking and meeting room solutions to professionals under a Workplace-as-a-Service™ model. CloudVO operates the CloudTouchdown network that grants preferential access to day offices and meeting rooms at nearly 1,000 locations worldwide for mobile workers and distributed workforces under a subscription model or on a pay-per-use basis.

The Best Resources for Flexible Office Space Operators in 2019

Best Resources for Flexible Office Space Operators in 2019 | CloudVO

It’s hard to believe 2019 is coming to a wrap and we hope our CloudVO partners and friends have benefitted from the resources we’ve provided throughout the year. If you’ve missed anything, we’ve made it easy for you! Check out our top ten resources for Coworking Space Operators in 2019.

1) How To Build A Healthy Virtual Office Business

How To Build a Healthy Virtual Office Business Profitability Data | CloudVO

This downloadable Free Guide for coworking operators walks you step-by-step on what it takes to start and grow a successful Virtual Office business in your coworking space, sharing data and recommendations from a best-in-class operator.

2) 8 Steps to Create a Profitable Coworking Space – eBook on Amazon

8 Steps to Creating a Profitable Coworking Space | Jamie Russo Everything Coworking

Jamie Russo, the Executive Director of the Global Workplace Association and founder of Enerspace Coworking, has published an e-book available for free on Amazon to guide newcomers to the industry on how to set up a coworking space. A well done, comprehensive guide to help coworking entrepreneurs on their journey to success!


3) Big Dive on Coworking Financial Metrics

Coworking Space Financials Deep Dive | CloudVO

This downloadable presentation is a recent update to the material our CEO, Laurent Dhollande, used at a Global Workplace Association webinar in May, which was the most attended webinar in GWA recent history. This update includes the original presentation, but with more comprehensive metrics used by Pacific Workplaces and Nextspace coworking.

4) How to Prevent Burnout when planning Coworking Events

Coworking Events and Tips to prevent Burnout | CloudVO

In this article, Cat Johnson picks the brain of Maya Delano, NextSpace Santa Cruz Community Manager, who shares 9 tips on how to organize rich events in your coworking space without burnout.

5) 2019 Meeting Room White Paper

Meeting Room White Paper 2019 Hourly Prices Per Room Size All Operators in United States

This comprehensive survey captured and analyzed the pricing of Day Offices and Meeting Rooms across the US available for booking by coworking and flexible office space locations. It covers how independent operators compare with Regus, and reviews optimum pricing, utilization rates, and best-in-class performances.

6) Instagram Marketing: An Introduction for Coworking Spaces

Instagram Marketing for Coworking Space Operators | Cat Johnson Coworking Content Training

In this joint training hosted by Coworking Content founder Cat Johnson, CloudVO Director of Marketing, Karina Patel, shows space operators how to leverage Instagram to strengthen your brand, generate leads, and attract members. Best training class on Instagram for coworking and way worth the $59 price!

7) How to Reinvent Your Marketing Strategy

CloudVO Blog Reinvent Your Coworking Space Marketing Strategy

In this post, Cat Johnson speaks with David Middleton, Vice President at YourOffice, who looked for help when his brand needed a shift to their marketing approach. That led to these 9 tips to help rejuvinate and streamline your marketing strategy.

8) New Ways of Work for Attorneys with Legal Virtual Offices

Virtual Office Plans for Attorneys | Pacific Workplaces

This article by Pacific Workplaces, is an example of how space operators can market to a specific profession. The post focuses on attorneys, historically avid users of shared office space, but operators can use this as a guide to offer someting special to any industry they choose to target.

9) Instagram Stories: An Introduction for Coworking Space Operators

CloudVO Tips on Instagram Stories for Coworking Operators

Best practices on how to leverage Instagram Stories to effectively market your coworking space. Instagram Stories are unique since they have a 24-hour shelf-life and offer specific tools to encourage engagement. Operators learn how to effectively use Stories to promote events and in-the-moment content to showcase your unique community.

10) 6 Telltale Signs It’s Time to Update your Coworking Space Website

CloudVO Blog 6 signs you need to update your coworking website

Wondering if your coworking website needs a refresh? Read this article which offers 6 clues that it may be time for a makeover.


About CloudVO

CloudVO’s mission is to provide comprehensive virtual office, coworking and meeting room solutions to professionals under a Workplace-as-a-Service™ model. CloudVO operates the CloudTouchdown network that grants preferential access to day offices and meeting rooms at nearly 1,000 locations worldwide for mobile workers and distributed workforces under a subscription model or on a pay-per-use basis.

Deep Dive on Coworking Financial Metrics for Coworking Operators

Tell us a bit about yourself before downloading the complete slide deck.

Coworking Space Financials Deep Dive | CloudVO

Five months ago, our CEO Laurent was asked by the Global Workspace Association (GWA) to host a webinar that shared Pacific Workplaces’ (PAC), our sister company, best practices on financial metrics. This was the GWA webinar with the largest audience in recent memory. Multiple follow up questions lead us to update and expand the presentation and post it here for the benefit of CloudVO partners and friends.

This slide deck is more comprehensive than the original webinar whose recording can be streamed from the GWA member portal (you need to be a GWA member to do this).  In particular, we added a few slides in response to CloudVO partner questions on staff resources associated with supporting Virtual Offices and on event metrics.

Using data from Pacific Workplaces and Nextspace Coworking, the webinar treated the following topics:

  • What a healthy coworking P&L looks like
  • How to use P&L to communicate the counter-cyclical nature of some of your lines of business to landlords
  • Meaningful coworking revenue & occupancy metrics
  • How to optimize the relationship between occupancy and pricing power
  • Full-time office space occupancy metrics
  • Revenue per occupied square foot metrics
  • Revenue breakdown by line of business
  • Operating expense metrics and benchmarks
  • How the P&L of a private office dominated coworking operation differs from a community-oriented coworking operation
  • Service package metrics
  • Virtual Office count and revenue
  • Staff resources needed to support the PAC Virtual Office business
  • Profitability of the Virtual Office Business
  • How to use the data when managing your coworking operation


    Since the webinar, we added a few slides that address the following issues in more depth:

  • Identifying and tracking coworking events metrics
  • Staff resources and cost of supporting VO plans

This latter point is also developed in more detail in Step 5 of the free downloadable guide on ‘How To Build A Healthy Virtual Office Business.”


About CloudVO

CloudVO is the umbrella brand of Cloud Officing Corp., headquartered in San Francisco, California. CloudVO’s mission is to provide comprehensive virtual office, coworking and meeting room solutions to professionals under a Workplace-as-a-Service™ model. CloudVO operates the CloudTouchdown network that grants preferential access to day offices and meeting rooms at nearly 1,000 locations worldwide.