International Coworking Day Celebration Ideas – Even in a Pandemic

International Coworking Day 2020 Virtual Events

In keeping with physical distancing measures and helping our government combat Covid-19, many flexible workspace operators and CloudVO Partners are coming up with creative ways to celebrate International Coworking Day on August 9, 2020.  

With everything going on in the world right now, acknowledging the meaning behind special occasions is so important.  Here are a few ways coworking space operators can celebrate International Coworking Day during this time of Covid.

Physically Distant Contests or Virtual Events 

  • Plan a “What Does Coworking Mean to You?” Virtual Session.  Ask members to come prepared to share a poem, song, music, story, or just a few words which express how coworking has impacted them.

  • Host a spirit week.  Each day has a theme (i.e. pajama day, or rock your best tie-dye gear day, etc.)  The event can be in honor of International Coworking Day.  This is a way members can show off their personalities while still keeping socially distant. 
  • Photo contests with a theme.  For instance, take a photo that represents what International Coworking Day means to you and share on whatever platform your space uses for member enagement and communication.

Outdoor Events

  • Get your members to bring their PPE equipment and head to a park for a physically distanced physical education session.

  • If you have access to a courtyard or any kind of yard space, host an outdoor coworking session for just a couple of hours.  People can bring their own lawn chairs if they wish.  This could be a good way for members who are not ready to come back to indoor space to engage with some of their fellow coworkers.

  • Depending on restrictions in your area, host an outdoor and physically-distant gathering at a local restaurant, pub or brewery that has a large enough outside seating area so folks can spread out. This is a way you can support local businesses as well. (Pro tip: Encourage mask wearing for all your outdoor events to ensure safety for all).

Participate in events that others are organizing

  • This year also marks 15 years of coworking!  As part of a group effort for this year’s anniversary, you can participate in this Coworking Day Global Collective.  This is a fantastic way to showcase your space within the global community.
International Coworking Day 2020 Fifteen Year Anniversary
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  • See if your city or town has a Coworking Alliance hosting any virtual events and sign-up to attend.  Don’t forget to spread the word to your members.

  • Engage on social media and show your support for what other fellow coworking space operators are doing for International Coworking Day.  Post comments, like and share posts, and participate in any fun activities you find on these social platforms.

What out of the box ideas do you have to commemorate International Coworking Day amidst this time of physical distancing?  We would love to hear from you.

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.

Lake Tahoe Coworking: Meet the Founders of Cowork Tahoe

Cowork Tahoe Coworking Space CloudVO Partner

Written by Justine Dhollande

What does it takes to start a coworking space in a destination location? Meet Jamie and David Orr, and their partners Cristi and Bernard Creegan, founders of Cowork Tahoe. This will be the sixth year that Cowork Tahoe has been open in South Lake Tahoe, CA giving remote workers and entrepreneurs the opportunity to live amongst the mountain scenery and contribute to the local community.

Why did you choose South Lake Tahoe to start your new coworking business?

A long time ago, we (David & Jamie) asked ourselves what our ideal place to live would be.  We were living in Mountain View, CA at the time. We were constantly fighting traffic too and from work. We both have a passion for outdoor recreation, but it was so difficult to get to a point where we could enjoy the outdoors on a regular basis. After the economic collapse in 2008, we bought a second home and started spending more time in South Lake Tahoe. That led to falling in love with the area, so in the Fall of 2013, we decided to move here full time.

Upon our arrival, we began networking and talking to people from the community about things they thought were missing in the area. Coworking and business incubation was a topic that continually came up when speaking with the Tahoe Chamber, the City Manager, and other local leaders in the business community. It became clear there was a need, and having worked from a coworking space previously, we were very excited about the opportunity of running a large coworking space in South Lake Tahoe.  Bernard & Cristi Creegan believed in that vision as well and partnered with us to purchase and completely renovate one of the most iconic buildings in town, the home of the Tahoe Daily Tribune.

What was the biggest challenge you ran into during your first year of opening Cowork Tahoe? 

Awareness is the biggest challenge that faces any new business. If your customers don’t know about you, or can’t find you when they search for your services, you’re not getting their business. This can be solved with a great marketing plan. The challenge with coworking is nobody wants to work in an empty space. People’s number one reason for joining a coworking space is the community. Obviously a new space is missing this critical component.

Several years ago, coworking was even less common than it is today. Very few people knew what it was, so an additional challenge was educating the community on coworking in general, including its benefits to both those that are members of a space as well as benefits to the community as a whole.

To overcome this, we made sure that we were everywhere – Chamber of Commerce meetings, young professional networking events, service club meetings, as well as hosting events in our space to get people through our doors.

What is the current trend with coworking in mountain resort towns in your opinion?

Coworking in smaller communities, including mountain towns, is quickly growing as more people are able to take advantage of remote work options.

Cowork Tahoe Dog Friendly Coworking Space | CloudVO
Photo credit: Cowork Tahoe

In Tahoe, for example, we are seeing an influx of new residents that are leaving major metro areas like San Francisco/Silicon Valley to enjoy a better quality of life in the mountains for themselves and their families. Rather than view Tahoe as just a vacation destination, they’re taking advantage of their ability to work remote in order to live here full-time. It’s a way to trade in hours of commute traffic for hours spent enjoying the outdoors even during the middle of the work week!

Coworking in Resort Towns Lake Tahoe, Nevada | CloudVO

Mountain communities are typically tight-knit, and coworking spaces fit in very well with that mindset. They are the modern day community center and can be more than just where people work. A coworking space in a small town is often the first place someone new to town meets other people, so a vibrant space can contribute to them getting settled and integrated into the community.

Additionally, coworking spaces in mountain towns can help to diversify the economy in an otherwise tourist-dependent community. Tourist communities suffer from the volatility of weather, but having a population of workers that can work remotely means more stability for the town overall. It builds resilience year-round.

How is COVID-19 affecting your coworking space?

Like so many other coworking space providers, Cowork Tahoe has been significantly impacted by COVID-19. We were able to maintain access to the building for our member companies that were providing essential services, such as Eagle Protect, who worked diligently to provide PPE to where it was most needed. However, we were largely shut down beyond that for several months. Our reopening plan included many modifications to the space and our operations to mitigate the risk of transmission of the virus. We drastically reduced open desk space density and relocated many desks to auxiliary spaces. Face coverings are required in all common ares and in any meeting rooms during client meetings if a minimum of 6-feet of space cannot be maintained.

Cowork Tahoe Coworking Space Health and Safety | CloudVO

We have also taken actions such as spreading out kitchen amenities to eliminate crowding at the coffee pot, placed additional seating outdoors, implemented time gaps between meetings to allow for cleaning and air circulation, and have cleaning products and sanitizer available throughout the building for members to use. We have been communicating all of these changes to our community through member announcements, emails, and social media, as well as to potential members with a modified approach to tours that includes a walk through of our new health and safety protocols. We remain committed to providing a wonderful work environment for our community, even if that looks a little different right now.

Covid-19 Health and Safety Protocols at Cowork Tahoe | CloudVO

From facing the challenges of opening a new business in Lake Tahoe, to managing COVID-19, these owners know how to roll with the punches and adapt for success. Next time you are in Lake Tahoe, stop by Cowork Tahoe to network and connect…but don’t forget your mask!

Looking for a destination coworking space? Visit  to book a meeting room, day office, or coworking pass at nearly 1,000 partner locations within our global network.

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.

5 Flexible Office Space Marketing Strategies Post COVID-19

5 Flexible Office Space Marketing Strategies Post Covid-19 | CloudVO

Covid-19 has shaken our world.  As state and local governments allow businesses to reopen, how should flexible office space operators adjust their marketing game plan to prepare for the new normal?  

Here are five things operators can do right now to market their spaces during this era of Covid.

1. Market your Virtual Office services now more than ever

A strong virtual office offering is so important in today’s climate as people are choosing to work from home (WFH) with a combination of flexible office services.  Show off your broad menu of Virtual Office Plans on your website.  Create bundled plans that include a business address with mail services, live answering services, and access to meeting rooms.  Allow add-ons such as 24/7 access or a digital mailbox.  Digital mail plans are one of the most valuable resources to WFH professionals.  

Virtual office (VO) users are very price sensitive, so do your homework and benchmark your competition and price your plans competitively.  Lower the barriers to entry by making all plans month-to-month and waive any service deposit if users auto-pay monthly via credit card.  

In terms of marketing tactics on your website, here are a few things to tackle:

  • Update copy on your site for virtual office keywords to help with SEO (Search Engine Optimization).  
  • Refresh images and update alt text and metadata to reflect relevant search queries.
  • Update services, images, and descriptions on local listings (Google My Business, Yelp, Apple Places, and Bing Places.
  • Use the tools Google gives you (i.e. Search Console, Analytics, and Trends ) to refine your keyword strategy.
  • Create content about virtual offices through your blog.  You can then leverage social media to promote those blogs and drive people to your site.

If you have the budget for Google or Bings Ads, set up dynamic search ads. Create ad groups for the services you are offering. Based on the keyword research, set-up ads using a manual CPC (cost-per-click) bid strategy so you can control the daily budget and maximum CPC. Leverage ad extensions to display snippets, site links, and locations to optimize your ads. For more information on PPC (pay-per-click) campaigns, check out this training

Along with your own marketing efforts, listing with an aggregator or value- added reseller like CloudVO will help expand your market reach. 

Lastly, and we can’t stress this enough, your Virtual Office Plans should be available for purchase on your website.  People want instant gratification.  If they’re on your site and want to purchase a plan, they want to buy it now!  The inability for a prospect to purchase a virtual office online can be a reason they choose to go with another provider, so get that e-commerce rolling already!

Online Virtual Office Plans at Pacific Workplaces | CloudVO
Online Virtual Office Plans at Pacific Workplaces (sister company of CloudVO).

2. Come up with a new strategy for member engagement in your space and promote it!

Maya Delano, “OG” Community Manager at NextSpace Coworking Santa Cruz has implemented new ways to keep people connected during this time of physical distancing.

  • Host your happy hour onsite and online. NextSpace Santa Cruz set-up a “Zoom” area so members who are onsite can interact with our virtual members during happy hour. It’s as easy as opening up your laptop and starting a zoom session. Onsite members can take turns saying a quick hello, and the six-feet distancing floor decals assure this is done in a safe and healthy manner.
  • Provide opportunities for your members to be interviewed. Connect them to local organizations and community groups hosting webinars so they can share their expertise. This creates awesome content for you, promotes your member’s business, and continues the networking value of your membership.
  • Host your own monthly online event. NextSpace brought back its “What’s Next Lecture Series.” This is a monthly 40-minute Zoom event that highlights a member as the speaker. Sometimes experts in a certain industry or specific topic are invited to speak as well. The format is usually 10-20 minutes of presenting and then 20 minutes of Q&A. It’s important to curate topics that are relevant to today’s issues. Be sure to record the event so you can use the content on various social media platforms.
  • Re-imaginine your space. It’s important to communicate, communicate, communicate! Host a weekly Q&A Zoom session that gives your members an update on the space, what’s happening within your community, and discuss any health and safety updates. Every member has their own timing and comfort level as to when they want to return to the space. This give members (and non-members) who are considering a possible return, the opportunity to get their questions and concerns answered. It’s also become a great opportunity for members to share their ideas about the space and get feedback.

3. Virtual Tours

Remember what we said before about instant gratification?  This applies to space tours as well.  You should have high-quality video virtual tours ready to send to new prospects during the sales process.  

Highlight your space and focus on the products and services you offer.  If you are incorporating still images in your tour, make sure they are high resolution.  Use transitions between clips.  The narration parts of the video should match any music you include.  You should also add a closing title card with your location and contact information.  The final video should be no longer than 2 to 3 minutes.  

Pacific Workplaces Roseville Virtual Tour | CloudVO

These virtual tours should be considered an important sales and marketing tool, so take the time to make sure they look good and communicate your unique value proposition to potential members.

Pro tip: Try posting your virtual tour on IGTV.  This is an easy way for potential members looking at your Instagram account to view your space.  You can easily upload your video to IGTV via the web at or use the IG app.

4. Spotlight your Tech

In this time of Covid, people are looking for more than just a desk and wi-fi.  As an operator, you can set yourself apart by marketing the robust technology users can enjoy when they work at your space.

Adding technology services can be costly, but it’s an investment.  Users will expect their flexible office space to offer better tech options than their home office can provide.  Here are some things to highlight on your website, marketing collateral and ad campaigns:

  • High-speed fiber gig internet (or 100 megabits up and down at the minimum).
  • Meeting rooms that are fully-equipped with the latest technology including smart whiteboards and mirror displaying devices (AppleTV, Apple Airplay).
  • Tech that reduces the need for international travel such as Language Boxes for real-time translation between 10 different languages.
  • Real-time meeting room and guest office booking capabilities so members can easily schedule access to the space.
  • Keyless entry into your space.
  • Video conferencing capabilities such as Zoom Rooms.  Enterprise users and large corporations, in particular, will want to leverage high-end video conferencing as a solution to connect with remote workers, customers, and employees.
Zoom Room at Pacific Workplaces Cupertino | CloudVO
Zoom Room at Pacific Workplaces Cupertino

5.  A Transparent Health & Safety Policy

In this current climate, businesses need to spell out their health and safety measures.  Prospects and members need to feel like working at your space is just as safe as working from home (or safer!)

Create a landing page on your website which specifically addresses the health and safety protocols in your space.  Make this page prominent and accessible from anywhere on your site and update it regularly.  People want to know what to expect when they enter your space.  

Make sure your community managers are aware of the page and encourage them to leverage it during the sales process to ensure prospects that health and safety are top of mind.  If you don’t know where to start, here is the Health & Safety Policy of our sister company Pacific Workplaces as a sample.

What are some of your post Covid marketing strategies? Let us know about them, or parter with us and get access to resources that can keep your space successful during these unprecedented times.

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.

Resources from Webinar Series: Preparing your Flexible Office Space for a New Normal

CloudVO Preparing your Flexible Office Space for the new Normal Webinar Series Speakers

Our 3-part Webinar Series on “Preparing your Flex Office Space for a New Normal” was a huge success! Please fill out your information below to download the presentation slides. After submitting the form, you will receive a confirmation email containing links to view the video recordings for Webinars #1 and #2. Recording for sensitive session #3 with Mark Golan (Google) and Mark Zuckerberg’s video is unavailable at this time.

Webinar Series Q&A

As promised, below is a list of the questions we received during all the sessions with answers to those questions for your reference.

Virtual Office/Virtual Mail Questions

1) I don’t fully understand Virtual Offices. Is VO working from home?
Virtual Offices (VOs) are a combination of services that allow people the flexibility to work remotely while giving them access to services like a professional business address, digital mail, access to meeting rooms, or phone answering services. Many Virtual Office users work from home, but others may have a main office out of town and use a Virtual Office to establish a business identity at your coworking location. They may also access your meeting rooms and day offices from time-to-time, but their primary place of work is elsewhere. Check How to build a Virtual Office Business and also Don’t Leave your clients out in the cold which explains the value of a virtual office from the user perspective.

2) Why does Pacific Workplaces not charge a refundable security deposit for their Virtual Office Plans?
We waive the service deposit for VOs for users who pay monthly via credit card.  This lowers the barrier to entry and we prefer auto-pay via credit card as it’s a more streamlined way of receiving payments, and it’s more environmentally friendly than processing paper checks. 

3) How do you deal with collecting the CMRA 1583 form if people sign up via your website?
CloudVO does this for you and Pacific Workplaces follows the same process for its own locally generated VO plans.  As soon as someone signs up on the website, they are sent the PS 1583 (CMRA) form to complete and send back to us.  We also use NotaryCam’s online notary services to validate the ID documents they submitted.  Members are free to use their local notary if that’s what they prefer. Check Virtual Offices and US Postal Service Rules (CMRA) and How to Vet VO Clients.

4) What are the legal requirements for accepting mail for others, and what you have to do with the Post Office (if anything)?  Also, are there specific things you’d want in your VO membership agreements to cover opening others’ mail? 
CMRA stands for Commercial Mail Receiving Agent. You, the coworking location owner or manager, will complete a PS 1583-A form and take it to the post office, with applicable ID, and present it to the station manager or supervisor.  We use Spheremail in which our clients click a box asking us to scan their mail. We believe that the act of requesting this service gives us the authority to open the mail as we cannot scan the contents without opening. Check Virtual Offices and US Postal Service Rules (CMRA) and How to Vet VO Clients.

5) In relation to the CMRA 1583 Forms, do you send a quarterly report of recipients to the local postmaster? Is that even enforced?
The quarterly report requirement is rarely enforced, but some stations do expect that you comply with that requirement.  We would recommend keeping the documents in order to be in compliance on the chance that you are asked. Check Virtual Offices and US Postal Service Rules (CMRA) and How to Vet VO Clients.

6) Is there a cost for registering as a CMRA? 
There is no cost beyond your time spent at the post office … which some might consider under the heading “time that you can never get back!”  Also, feel free to explore this post which gives additional information regarding CMRA regulations.

7) Do you offer physical mailboxes for everyone?  Does every VO member get a physical mailbox with a key?
Pacific Workplaces has several locations that provide locked mailboxes, but some locations deliver mail directly to people’s offices or hold the mail in a locked file-cabinet for members to pick-up.  During this period of COVID-19, locked mailboxes where members can access mail themselves were greatly appreciated.  

The flip side to mailboxes is that they take up space and once you reach capacity, not everyone can have a mailbox.  In these cases, you can charge a premium for a mailbox.  Also, tracking and issuing mailbox keys to members can be a cumbersome process.  People lose the keys and then ask for a replacement.  

Many VO members will ask for their mail to be forwarded or scanned, then shredded (if you offer digital mail services which we highly recommend) which reduces the need for a mailbox.  Lastly, keep in mind that many VO members will never receive mail – they just use your business address. So you will have to decide if investing in mailboxes makes sense for your space. We recommend waiting until you start to have a significant volume of VO Plans before considering mailboxes.

8) What is the percentage of your users who purchase the phone answering option?

At Pacific Workplaces, 38% of the number of VO plans and 53% of full-time memberships include a phone answering service


9) During the pandemic, what is an effective marketing strategy?
Focus on virtual offices whose demand has increased during the pandemic. Develop and publish a strong Health & Safety protocol. Be ready for corporate users upon re-entry. Use your channels to their full potential by listing your complete workplace offering with aggregators and marketplaces like CloudVO and Liquidspace.

10) What’s an effective way to market Virtual Office Plans?
Use Channels like CloudVO to access VO clients you would be unlikely to get otherwise. 72% of CloudVO VO clients live more than 10 miles away from their VO location and 31% live more than 100 miles away.

Make sure your VO offering is visible on your website and can be purchased online. Keith Warner, Pacific Workplaces VO guru, likes to systematically present his locations’ virtual office options to all prospects, including those who are looking for a full-time office. This is because people often don’t know about VO and you can sell a quasi-infinite number of VO plans whereas you have a finite number of private offices to sell. It is also a great solution for someone who cannot afford a private office.

11)  Do you see the coworking community shifting away from the word coworking?
Temporarily.  Terms like flexible office space, virtual office, and private office will be more popular. It’s a bit soon to tell, but for now, we are emphasizing Virtual Offices and Private Offices. As for coworking, publishing and emphasizing your Health and Safety Policy is key to help people feel safe within the community and space.

12) Do you recommend removing the words “coworking” and “shared” from websites? 
We haven’t removed those keywords altogether. We adjusted our H2 tags and updated alt text for images. But our page titles, URLs, and other metadata still include those keywords. We made virtual office and flexible office more prominent; however, as we navigate through re-entry, tags and alt text will be updated as needed. That will likely be reversed in a few months when terms like “coworking” and “shared” become not just more acceptable again, but also desirable as they were pre-COVID 19.

13) Should I invest in turning my event space into private offices so that I can market private space?
Possibly. We have found private offices to be profitable over the long haul.  Without knowing specifics, try to focus on a strong virtual office offering in unison with adding private office space and coworking which emphasizes social distancing and health and safety protocols. Event space will be harder to monetize. If you convert your event space into a private office, consider other spaces in your location that could hold events when they become popular again. For example, the business lounge/coworking space: could you move tables and hold an event there? Not as nice as a dedicated event space, but the combination of that and new inventory of private offices may generate much higher revenue.

14)  How do you get started with digital ads?
Digital ads can be costly, so start small with a single ad group, test bid strategies, and find a channel where you can reach the largest audience.

15) Is the CloudVO platform only for members or do operators have access as well?
The platform has two components. There is a partner portal for operators to add and update their listings, and the member portal allows members to view their dashboard, meeting room bookings, etc.  Partners can also view bookings, monthly statements, and monthly subscriptions in their dashboard.

16) Why are you charging lower commissions than DaVinci and more than e-brokers like Instant Offices?  How do you differ from web brokers like Instant Offices or SOS?
We are building a powerful technology platform that will make the relationship between CloudVO, Partner, and Client seamless. Not all the pieces are there yet, but we are close to achieving our objective. This enables us to run a very efficient business with lower margins on the VO and meeting room sides.

E-brokers typically charge a 10% commission for full-time offices. We also do retain 10% of the recurring revenue, but we are very different from a web broker in that we have a billing relationship with our clients, which may span across multiple locations, and we pay you when they use your services (Virtual Mail, Meeting Rooms, etc.) based on actual usage.

We invest heavily in advertising, in a corporate account infrastructure, and in operational and support capabilities. Our discount structure is needed to cover these costs and make a profit. We retain 25% on VO components and on meeting room bookings, and 50% on day offices and coworking day passes only. Like full-time offices, we retain 10% on monthly coworking memberships. Listing your space is free and you can complete the process in ten minutes.

17) What are some recommendations of must-have platforms?
It’s important that users have the ability to buy Virtual Offices and Coworking Memberships online.  You should also have an online meeting room booking platform as well.  Here are some providers to consider that know our industry well:  Nexudus, Office RND, Proximity, Yardi, Essensys, DeskWorks.

Operations/Space Management/Landlords

18) How are you handling meeting rooms during this pandemic?
Adjusting your meeting rooms to the new physical distancing rules of the pandemic is essential. For instance, our 12 person meeting rooms will only be set-up for 6 to 8 seats to help with distancing.  Staff will clean and sanitize the meeting rooms and equipment between reservations.  It’s important to communicate these modifications to your members, in your marketing messaging, and to your partners like CloudVO to help people understand that you’re doing all you can to keep your meeting rooms a safe working environment.

19) Post-lockdown, are you expecting to require larger blocks of time for reservations of day offices (in other words, not doing it by the hour)?
At the moment, we are not requiring larger blocks of time to be booked.  Members can book by the hour, although this may change depending on how things go when we are in full swing and re-open completely.

20) How are places dealing with part-time office bookings?
The ability for users to book a guest office or meeting online and in real-time is important.  If your local area is still sheltering in place, you should have an online meeting room platform that allows your members who fall into the “essential business” category, a way to book meeting rooms.  Once government agencies give the green light to re-open, we recommend making your guest offices and meeting rooms available for booking online.  Keep in mind that your offices and meeting rooms should be de-densified and set-up to meet social distancing best practices. Make sure that you don’t place unnecessary barriers, such as a minimum of half a day or a full day for a day office. Make them available by the hour. A minimum of 1 hour for a meeting room or a day office booking is reasonable.

Day offices work like a meeting room. They should be bookable online by the hour. The only difference is that you can use any vacant office as a day office if your dedicated day office is already booked. That helps with capacity management and users typically don’t care. Check out our Meeting Room White Paper for best practices on how to level-up your meeting room business.

21) Can you tell us if you recommend issuing new contracts to include new COVID-19 protocol clauses for members or would an addendum that your members sign suffice?
Pacific Workplaces and CloudVO standard agreements make reference to the member obligation to follow the house rules. This includes the Health & Safety Protocol of Pacific Workplaces or the protocol of CloudVO Partners. Partners should upload their Health & Safety protocol under their (or their building) house rules for the time being. Soon we will have a separate section of the CloudVO website to upload the Health & Safety Protocol and give it even more visibility on the website.

22) What questions are members asking in regard to safety & what should we be prepared for, outside of the obvious preparations?
Members want to know the changes being made to the space and precautions being taken which is why publishing a Health & Safety protocol and following through on them is so important.  You should be prepared for addressing  visitors who may not want to comply with your policies (i.e. someone comes into your space who does not want to wear a mask or refuses a temperature screening, etc.)  You should also have a plan for mitigating arguments among visitors.

23) Are the employees doing the cleaning or do people have cleaning companies doing it in between meetings?
At Pacific Workplaces, our team members are keeping up with the cleaning of high-touch areas after meeting and use of communal spaces. Having a cleaning or janitorial service in addition to that will vary from building to building. During this COVID-19 crisis, some members have asked for the janitors not to enter their office as they prefer to sanitize it themselves, which is fine.  Here is our health and safety policy:

24) How do we handle feedback from members saying they are ‘burned out’ on engagement via Zoom meetings and need more in-person interaction?
This is where your published Health & Safety protocols become so important as this is where you can communicate your plan on how you intend to set-up your meeting rooms for teams to collaborate in effectively and safely.

25) What are ways we can engage the community when we can’t have small gatherings and everyone is Zoomed out?
This is a tough one because what works in terms of engagement in one workspace community may not work in another. We think the answer comes down to just continuing to engage the community. Emails, texts, chat groups, and social media platforms provide a great opportunity for community leaders and members to connect individually. Keep inviting members to connect with each other. To that end, some non-Zoom ideas to consider:

  • Start a shared Google doc where you write a poem together
  • Invite people to share on a communal chat/open virtual space something that they’ve celebrated recently.
  • Start a social media thread of funny/cute videos and ask members to participate.
  • For gamers (they’re of all ages and walks of life!), play a co-op game together. Our favorites are WoW, Stardew Valley, and Animal Crossing.

26) Do you recommend shutting down coffee and water machines? 
Our sister company, Pacific Workplaces, has not shut them down completely but has made it so that only staff is allowed to make coffee to reduce the risk of exposure.  We are also using nanoseptic tape on surfaces to reduce contamination.  Most importantly, we have signage and a published health and safety policy that emphasizes the importance of handwashing, using sanitizer, and practicing diligent hygiene.

27) How do I deal with concerns about our HVAC system?
Ask your property manager what kind of filters they’ve added to the system.  Some do a better job at filtering germs and viruses than others. Ask if they have increased the airflow that also helps reduce the risk. Do your own research about contamination via HVAC so that you can be informed on what’s needed to keep your space as safe as possible.

28) What should I expect from my landlord and how do I go about negotiating?
Communicate regularly with your landlord.  Be transparent about your situation and manage their expectations.   Confirm any kind of verbal conversation via email to avoid misunderstandings. Set low expectations and communicate regularly.  It is always easier to manage good news than bad news. Keep in mind that landlords need you as much as you need them, and they don’t want you to leave.  

They will not have many alternatives in the COVID environment, and even post-COVID if the large corporation plans to embrace remote work materialize. Regarding negotiating, express what you need in terms of rent relief or any extensions in rent terms, and, depending on your collections, pay what you can. Dive to a realistic agreement on repayment of deferred rent. For example, if you had a total of 2 months’ rent deferred, it would not be realistic to agree on repayment over the following 12 months. Nobody knows how much pricing power you (or your landlord) will have upon re-entry. You can feel confident that the demand for flexible office space will thrive in the next couple of years, and that you might be able to go back to full occupancy fairly quickly, but the price points the market can bear will be more difficult to anticipate as we come out of a serious recession.  Think of this as an opportunity to educate your landlord on the nature of your business and its long term potential and build a relationship that will work well for both sides. The important takeaway is to get in front of it and deal with it.  Don’t avoid the conversation with your landlord.


29)  With many corporations allowing people to work remotely, how can coworking spaces attract the work from home (WFH) workforce?
It will depend upon the size of the company. The smaller the company, the more likely they will look for flex space to support  WFH. They might find your website, particularly if you have a landing page that specifically explains how you support remote work, presumably via a virtual office that includes a fixed number of hours of access to a day office or meeting rooms as we discussed in the first webinar. See related slide or the “How to add meeting room hours to your virtual office” article in the Resource Center. They might also find you through an aggregator like CloudVO. Larger corporations are less likely to search for individual locations on their own. They may occasionally let their employees do so, but if they have a more ambitious strategy around WFH, they are more likely to go to a trusted source like CloudVO that can handle their requirement in multiple locations across numerous geographical regions , identify suitable locations for their needs, and manage part of the process as an extension of their corporate staff.  See how CloudVO supports work-from home and distributed workforces in this article for end-users.

30) I have one single location in a remote midsize town. Do I have any chance to be considered?
Yes, and today more than ever. Think about what Facebook is likely going to do–they will be aggressive on allowing remote work but within a couple of hours driving from one of their hubs in the Bay Area, Denver, Atlanta, and Dallas. There is a lot of territory covered by a 2-hour radius around these cities. For example, centers in Greely, Fort Collins, and Colorado Springs (all medium-sized cities outside of Denver) might get their share of the demand. It is all going to be a function of where the employees empowered to WFH live. Some may want to live in Greeley because that’s where they are from and they still have family there. Others in Frisco to be closer to the mountains. That example applies everywhere, especially in the suburban areas and medium-size cities.

31) As more companies come to the realization that working from home yields satisfactory results and companies reach the conclusion that they may not need as large a footprint, will that result in an office space glut?  If so, what will the net impact be on the coworking/flex office space industry?
This is likely in the short-term, but in a period of crisis, it is not unusual for people to overreact. Mark Golan was very cautious about any prediction that would entirely break the mold. His experience with past crises told him that it is very possible that some companies will revert back to where they are today at some level, as corporations tend to have short memories.  The social and cultural functions of the corporate office may be back in fashion in the post-COVID world. The CEO of Twitter’s statement that all employees can work from home forever is extreme and likely not representative of the majority of companies. Mark’s personal opinion is that yes, there will likely be a softening of the downtown office market in expensive cities, but it’s too early to know how long that will last.

32) Is there a possibility that a company could provide a set budget for workspace, and let its employees choose their own space? 
It’s probably less likely to happen with high-tech companies for whom security considerations are essential. The idea of a voucher that employees can use as they see fit has been talked about for awhile, but has not taken off in any significant way. There is a need for organization and filtering of spaces that meet the corporate criteria. It is unlikely that large companies will let that happen without some control and coordination. Network Managers like CloudVO can provide effective support to large corporations with that process.

33) For spaces who are open and have policies for masks at all times, are people actually keeping their masks on all day?  Are members ok with this?
Many of our CloudVO Partners are requiring masks in all common areas.  The vast majority have members who are in compliance with this policy and follow the rules.  Most of our partners have masks on-hand to offer members and guests who enter the space without one.  For the few who do not want to wear masks, you can train your staff on how to handle these situations by letting people know that masks are a requirement not just for the coworking space, but due to an ordinance issued by local government agencies.  If they’re not comfortable with a mask on while working in the communal area, offer to book them a private meeting room or guest office where they can close the door and not wear a mask.

34) What’s the best way for individual operators to get connected with large enterprises?
It’s a challenge for small operators to get connected to large enterprise customers on their own. It would be too tedious for a large company to manage dozens or hundreds of individual providers. The way it will work is if they join an aggregator, like CloudVO, that provides a single point of contact and management of their network, but also establishes trust and credibility in their ability to filter locations that are acceptable to the enterprise client’s specific criteria.

35) How much of these work-related decisions will be driven by what employees want versus corporate goals?
Both. If employees drive a decision that makes them happy, but is not effective for the rest of their team, that is not going to work. By the same token, corporate goals around attraction and retention force them to take a more holistic view that incorporates the wishes and wants of their employees. It is a balancing act that will differ from company to company. It is fair to say that the trend over the last decade or so has been moving towards being more attentive to the desires of their workforce, but Mark Zuckerberg was also very clear that it works both ways. The trend towards some form of consumerization of the workplace is probably more applicable to smaller companies than to large corporations.

36) How should we expect Enterprise users to vet flexible office providers? More generally, what do you (Mark Golan) expect from us as an industry moving forward?
Vetting can be done through a trusted aggregator like CloudVO. Health and safety protocols, in the short term, have to be consistent with the health protocols of the Enterprise at their hub locations. This goes back to the importance of publishing health and safety protocols as a communication tool to members and prospects that also sets you up to host any large enterprise user. For high-tech companies, bandwidth and ability to segregate the hosted drop-in user or satellite space from other occupants in the space will be crucial.

37) Explain CloudTouchdown. If a corporate client uses my meeting rooms or day offices how do I get paid? How do credits work? How are credits established in my meeting rooms?
We pay you on the basis of actual usage of meeting rooms or day office hours used in your location at the discounted rate indicated in the Partner Portal (25% less than your published rate for meeting rooms, 50% for day offices). Credits can be redeemed for hours of day offices and meeting rooms. Typically one credit = one hour of day office. More credits are usually needed for larger meeting rooms. The credits are assigned by CloudVO for all rooms in the network, according to expected user behavior using statistical analysis and Artificial IntelligenceI. Whether your room is assigned 2 credits or 4 credits does not make any difference to you. If an end-user books 2 hours of that room, you will be paid 2 hours at the discounted rate. You don’t have to worry about credits. See how Cloud VO supports work-from home and distributed workforces in this article for end-users.

38) Mark Golan comment on whether the CloudTouchdown Pass was helpful for Enterprise users:
To the extent that CloudVO reduces the risk associated with the use of flex space by individual users, vets locations for suitability to the corporation requirements, provides a fixed budget per user per month and removes financial uncertainty, the CloudTouchdown program is very helpful. Also large corporations are not going to want to manage relationships with dozens of independent providers and knowing the single point of procurement and who to negotiate a contract with is important.

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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.Share the knowledge!

Health & Safety at the Flexible Office under the COVID-19 Threat: As Safe as Home or Safer?

CloudVO Partners and the Flexible Office Space industry as a whole are taking Health & Safety very seriously, just as large companies do.

As State and County regulations have allowed us to go back to the office, the office is not always ready to receive us back. For example, Facebook indicated that they did not expect to have the capacity for more than 25% of the workforce in their corporate space until the end of the year. Google’s estimate was 30%. The main driver for this is heath & safety, including de-densification of the office. See our webinar on May 28, 2020 which is part of a series on ‘Preparing your Flexible Office Space for a New Normal‘ for more information on this topic.

While very large segments of the workforce are asked to stay home, not everyone can work from home. Many do not have the infrastructure to do so efficiently, including staying away from other members in their households, when concentrated work is required and the home falls short. 

That is where Flexible Office Spaces can help, as long as they can demonstrate strong Health & Safety practices that make it a safer environment than home.

Health and Safety Policy for Flexible Workspace Operators | CloudVO

We strongly recommend that CloudVO Partners:

  1. Have a strong comprehensive Health & Safety Policy
  2. Publish their Health & Safety Policy for users to review prior to entering the space
  3. Follow though and enforce their own policy

Important aspects of the policy must include:

  1. That all employees be required to wear face masks in the open or shared areas
  2. That the office space and meeting rooms are de-densified to respect distancing guidelines of 6 feet on each side
  3. That plexiglass panels be used in areas where people may tend to get closer than 6 feet, such as the reception desk.
  4. That the high touch areas be frequently and thoroughly sanitized, including all meeting rooms, after each use.
  5. That the traffic flow inside the center be clearly indicated in a way that prevents members and guests from coming within 6 feet of each other.
Directional Floor Plan for Pacific Workplaces San Mateo | CloudVO Partner
Sample directional floor plan for Pacific Workplaces San Mateo.

These guidelines will continue to evolve over time. They may be relaxed as stronger therapeutics become available, or they may become even more stringent if we are hit by a second wave of the virus. CloudVO Venue Partners are requested to follow the regulations in their States and Counties as they evolve, and they are encouraged to exceed these guidelines when possible. In May 2020, we offered our sister company Pacific Workplaces’ Health & Safety Policy as a template for their own. 

If you are a user of a CloudVO Partner location, please let us know what your experience with Health & Safety has been.  Our goal is to make them as safe or safer than home!

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What’s the Cost to List a Coworking Space on CloudVO?

In one word, it is Free. Watch the short video from Amanda Leffew, our Director of Operations to get a feel for how it works.

CloudVO makes money by retaining a percentage of the subscription revenue for services delivered locally by its partners. The platform will automatically calculate the discounted rates to CloudVO after the partner enters their published retail rates in the partner portal. The discounts are:

  • 10% for Full-time Office membership
  • 10% for monthly Coworking passes
  • 25% for Virtual Mail Plans
  • 25% for Meeting Room booking
  • 50% for hourly day offices and daily coworking passes

This applies to all recurring charges collected by CloudVO from its clients. Any incidental charges, such as copies or food catering, should be billed directly by the partner to CloudVO’s clients when they use these services at the partner’s premises, and are not subject to any revenue sharing with CloudVO.

The discounts are necessary to cover CloudVO’s marketing costs, corporate account infrastructure, billing, collection, and operational costs required to support clients and their corporate sponsors.

Partners are asked to enter their retail pricing, i.e. the locally published rates in their standard collateral or website. It is critical that the retail rates provided by CloudVO Partners are consistent with the pricing structure offered at the local level to direct clients.  This allows us to remain competitive and offer fairly priced service packages to clients across the board. Otherwise the location listing will be de-activated from the CloudVO site.

From a partner standpoint, CloudVO is the client and CloudVO’s client is the end-user of the services delivered locally by the partner. Keep in mind that in many cases the client will purchase a broader package that involves services delivered centrally by CloudVO, such as phone answering, concierge services, and needs a single point of contact and billing for the use of multiple locations. CloudVO leverages its technology platform to automate many of the processes involved, which keeps the channel cost low.  In the end, this pricing approach makes the relationship between CloudVO, Partner, and Client very efficient.

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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.

Webinar Series: Preparing your Flexible Office Space for a New Normal

CloudVO is launching a three-part webinar series on May 14, 21, and 28 to help space operators with re-entry. Each webinar will highlight the new operating recipe needed for flexible office spaces to not just survive the current period, but come out of this crisis stronger. Watch the video from CloudVO CEO Laurent Dhollande who provides a sneak preview on the topics covered.

Webinar #3 of 3

Getting Ready for the New Corporate Demand” on May 28, 2020 at 11:00 AM PST featuring Mark Golan, who held multiple VP of Real Estate positions at some of the largest companies in Silicon Valley, including Cisco, Johnson Controls, and Google, and is a former Chairman of CoreNet Global, and a special appearance by Mark Zuckerberg via a video recording where he explains Facebook’s groundbreaking policy on Remote Work!

This 3rd webinar was originally exclusively for CloudVO Parnters, but since this content could impact the whole industry we decided to open the gates to prospective CloudVO partners too. Join us!

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Past Webinars

Webinar #1 – May 14, 2020 : Basic Ingredients Needed to Create a Resilient Virtual Office Business (completed). Topics discussed:

  1. The process of establishing a virtual mail business that has seen increased demand during COVID-19
  2. How to incorporate ingredients like live phone answering and meeting rooms to your VO offering
  3. How operators can step-up their VO game with high-margin add-on services

Webinar #2 – May 21, 2020: New Recipes in the New Normal (completed). Topics discussed:

  1. The four lines of business that should be present in all flexible office spaces
  2. New protocols in your workplace, including space design adjustments
  3. Landlord management
  4. Marketing strategies

About CloudVO

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

How CloudVO Helps you Establish & Promote a Virtual Mail Business Today

Virtual Mail has proven to be a robust business over the last 15 years, both in good times and in recessionary times.  For this reason, every coworking operator should develop their own Virtual Office (VO) service offering. CloudVO can help in several ways:

What we can do today

During the COVID-19 crisis, we have seen high demand for Mail Services, particularly Digital Mail that enables clients to skip going to the office. We anticipate many members will keep this service as they go back to “normal”.  CloudVO can help you structure a mail service offering and promote it online now.

Mail Services

Basic Mail Services are often provided to full time members, as part of the coworking or private office membership.  VO clients should be charged a specific fee for the basic mail service.  Add-on services, such as mail forwarding or digital mail plans, should be charged to both full time members and VO clients. Table 1 shows a description of various mail services easy to set up and suggested retail prices.  

Virtual Mail Services Suggested Prices | CloudVO

These services are easy to set up and may not require additional staff resources until the operator reaches 150 VO plans or so.  Keep in mind that each incremental plan will require a minimum amount of resources and it may take 18 months or more to get to 100 plans. Also keep in mind that, much like in a gym membership, a few VO clients may be heavy users, but most receive little or no mail on a weekly basis. 

The suggested prices in Table 1 reflect the expected costs associated with staff processing the mail, handling the VO clients, the cost of other resources that may be needed, and a profit margin in the 70% range. These prices have been adopted by many of our partners, and we would like to strongly encourage you to do the same. Consistency and standardization helps reduce customer confusion. But you are free to set up your own charges for this service. Update your price list here.

We recommend that you actively market these mail services in your local market. Listing with a value added reseller like will help expand your market reach. It’s free. CloudVO only keeps 25% of the subscription revenue generated by the VO client, takes care of billing and collection, advertises across the United States, and pays its partners by the 5th of each calendar month. Any incidental or variable items can be charged directly by the operator to the client without any revenue sharing with CloudVO.

The Digital Mail application will typically automate the interaction with the member after taking a picture of the mail from a smartphone. The software recognizes what each piece of mail is for and automatically notifies the member who then instructs the operator to implement the desired action, including forwarding, retaining it at the coworking place for pick-up, scanning and emailing, or shredding.

Vitual Mail and Digital Mail Services | CloudVO

Cost of the digital mail platform to the operator can be $4 to $6 per user per month, depending on volume, or quite a bit less with the CloudVO partner discount. Ask 

Any incidental or variable items (non-recurring charges, such as copies or postage), can be charged directly by the operator to the client without any revenue sharing with CloudVO.

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Other Resources

Virtual Offices & CMRA US Postal Service Rules
How to Add Meeting Room Hours to your VO Offering
How to build a healthy VO 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 for mobile workers and distributed workforces under a subscription model or on a pay-per-use basis.

How to Add Phone Answering to your Virtual Office Offerings

The easiest Virtual Office (VO) service to add to a mail service or virtual mail offering is live phone answering. This can be done on an outsourced basis with CloudAnswering, a CloudVO service, such that the operator does not need to staff a phone answering attendant.

How to add Phone Answering to Virtual Office Plans | CloudVO

Who needs live phone answering?

Whereas many professionals are happy to answer calls directly on their cell phone, some look at live answering as a critical service that increases their productivity. This is true for many attorneys, sales professionals, consultants, financial service people, and many more. 

Live phone answering is a way to establish a local business presence that is stronger than just using the business address and mail services at the flexible office space. It allows for:

  • Never losing a call during business hours
  • An attorney or a customer support person to have a few critical seconds to recollect a case when the call is announced and before it is transferred.
  • The use of a local phone number to reinforce the local presence on top of the business address

Setting up a client on phone answering is easy

Once the client is identified, let know and we will take care of everything on your behalf directly with the client. The table below shows our recommended retail price to the client, and the operator wholesale cost. The margins kept by the operator is in the 75% to 80% range.

Live Phone Answering Suggested Pricing | CloudVO

Standard services is a bare-bones answering service for the cost-conscious customer. Our attendants, located in our two answering centers in Sacramento, CA, and in Reno, NV, will answer the calls using the customized greeting requested by the client. For example, “Hello, you have reached the Law Offices of Jason Smith, this is Sally, how may I help you?” If the caller wants to talk to Jason Smith, the attendant will make a blind transfer to voicemail or to a specific number, as requested by the client, without announcing the call.

With Executive Services, the attendant will screen and announce the call to the VO client and transfer the call, or not, according to the client’s instruction.

Check our website for more details on outsourced phone answering services with CloudVO. This service can be offered to VO clients but also to your full time members.

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Other Resources

How to Establish a Virtual Mail business 
How to Add Meeting Room Hours to your VO Offering
How to build a healthy VO Business

How to Add Meeting Room Hours to your Virtual Office Offering

Adding a set of monthly hours under a subscription plan to your Virtual Office (VO) Solutions is a good idea. You can market such a plan locally without CloudVO’s help. Under a subscription program hours not utilized cannot be carried forward to the following month. This enables you to price your bundles attractively in your local market.

Adding Meeting Room Hours to Virtual Office Plans | CloudVO

A common meeting room package is a bundle of 16 hours/month. The table below suggests three levels of pricing, depending on the location and prestige of the building and space. It also shows an average usage of 3.9 hours consumed per month under a 16-hour/month plan, based on data tracking the usage of hours from thousands of VO plans as experienced by CloudVO and its sister company, Pacific Workplaces.  This average has been steady across time and across regions.

The table below shows suggested prices in different markets and average usage of each plan.

Meeting Rooms Retail Pricing Suggestions for Coworking Operators | CloudVO

Why is the average usage so low? Think of it like a gym membership. Very few plan holders actually use the full allotment of meeting room hours.  In fact, more than 50% use zero hours in any one month. Heavy users who go over their allotment for the month will be charged the full hourly price on the overage. In balance, the light users more than make-up for the heavy users.

You may also ask why a 16-hour package? Because US Postal CMRA rules require that a PMB number be part of the client address, unless the client uses an office available on the premises for at least 16 hours per month. Nowadays, users are less sensitive to using a PMB number on their address, but the 16-hour package has survived as a standard with many flexible office operators, with the added benefit of not having to add a PMB number to the address; which may not match the image your member wants to project of their business.

Can the hours be redeemed in any of your location meeting rooms? That is up to you. Some operators will exclude an expensive large boardroom with a view, or a training room, from such a meeting room plan. 

In CloudVO’s case, we market bundles of 20 or 50 credits via our CloudTouchdown Passes to our clients. A credit is typically one hour of a day office. Larger meeting rooms will command more credits per hour. Most of the CloudTouchdown passes we sell let them access any location in the network, or sometimes multiple locations in a particular region. Should they actually book a room via at your location, we pay you the discounted price you listed on the partner portal on the basis of actual hourly usage. That way, you don’t have to worry whether our clients are light or heavy users of your conference rooms. If they use 6 hours of your conference room under a CloudTouchdown plan, we will pay you the wholesale hourly price you indicated in the partner portal for the 6 hours.

Adding Meeting Room Hours to Virtual Office Plans CloudTouchdown Passes

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Here’s a sample of other resources you can get your hands on!
How to Establish a Virtual Mail business 
How to Add Phone Answering to your VO Offering
Meeting Room White Paper
How Many Meeting Rooms Should an Operator have?
How to build a healthy VO Business