3 Different Cards to Send this Holiday Season

Tis the season to receive numerous holiday greeting cards. These often charming, decorative pieces serve the purpose of making us feel remembered and special, letting others know we are thinking of them. That said, we have a few special card ideas for our small business audience to consider this year (or next) to help their […]

5 Substitutes for the Traditional Office Party

Rest easy. One of the perks of small business ownership is being able to skirt the traditional office party setting with all its high pressures and forced socializing with that oddball Bob from the fifth floor sales department. Still, it’s nice to celebrate and be sure you show employees or associates that you appreciate them […]

Co-Working Still Exploding in Denver

What many considered just a fad has no end in sight for momentum. Denver continues to be a booming capital of co-working spaces. There has been a 62% increase in this new-age real estate just within the last nine months. Real estate experts are taking full notice of the co-working activity in the Denver/Boulder area, as […]

6 Ways to Save on Office Supplies

Whether your small business has just one or 499 employees (anything less than 500 still qualifies), office supplies are more than likely going to be necessary. Printing materials are more than commonly used, as are postage. Both of these things quickly becoming inconvenient and time consuming when not readily available. In hopes of saving our […]

Benefits of Fellow Small Businesses

At Denver Virtual Offices, we strive to give our clients the best support possible to meet small business owner’s needs.  Whether it be in the form of mail, phone, or conference room services (or all three!), we feel it is our responsibility to be available to provide the exact services a small business owner feels […]

Starting a New Business?

In the United States there are over 28,000,000 small businesses. According to the SBA, these businesses create two out of three jobs within the private sector. Starting a new business is a huge step that involves numerous, yet necessary stages. Below is a list of some basics that will help any new business owner establish […]

Full Service Virtual Office and Executive Suites Services

Virtual office space and executive suites are not new, but it seems more and more companies are getting into this business model to fill empty space in office buildings or to supplement their revenues. I recently came across an insurance company in Aurora offering $25 / month virtual office services… it turned out their receptionist […]

Top 5 Posts of 2012

As the year wraps up, we would like to take a quick look back at our top 5 posts of 2012. School’s Out For The Summer, What Are You Going To Do? Are you ready?  Got your summer planned yet?  Still trying to find that fun, affordable activity for your busy kids? More importantly, if […]

How to Save Money When Starting a Business

Starting a business has a plethora of hidden costs many entrepreneurs don’t even think about. As you venture into the start-up phase there are numerous costs to account for: Incorporating your business Operating Agreement Developing a presence on the Internet An office with a good address Furniture Phone system Computer Insurance Receptionist Accountant Marketing Materials […]

Tis The Season For End of Year Tax Planning

As we all celebrate the holiday season and bring in the New Year, it is also time for many of us to start our new fiscal year as well. Many business owners will start to quiet down over the next couple of weeks. This gives a chance to close our books, send in our estimated […]