Virtual Office in Bulgaria
Virtual Office in BulgariaUpdated on Friday 07th February 2020
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A virtual office in Bulgaria is a physical address service that allows businesses to work as needed, with the additional office services and receptionist, as chosen by the business owners. The virtual office offers many of the benefits of the traditional office space, at a reduced cost and without the commitment of renting or buying a location for the company.
If you are trying to open a small business in Bulgaria, but at the beginning, you don’t have the possibility of having your own premises here you are advised to use the services of a law firm which can offer you a virtual office. In certain cases, it is even better to request a virtual office as this way you can concentrate on expanding your business and focusing on the services provided by you and their good quality.
A big majority of law firms are offering the following services attached to the virtual offices: a receptionist to answer your calls, a dedicated phone line, voice mail, business address, management of email, faxes, mail, and couriers or even providing a meeting room access for your appointment in situation which asks for it.
The characteristics of the virtual office
The following list summarizes the main characteristics of the virtual office in Bulgaria:
- it offers a business address: most virtual office spaces are situated in business districts in major Bulgarian cities, making the location easily accessible.
- the office has a dedicated telephone number: this allows for accessibility and easy communication with the Bulgaria clients and even international customers.
- the office has a dedicated receptionist: businesses that choose to operate via a virtual office will have a designated agent or secretary who will handle the mail and telephone forwarding and other services, as needed.
- additional office space is available: even though the main function of the virtual office is to offer a physical location for the company, additional office room space and conference room space will be provided as needed.
Virtual office services for your company
A virtual office acts as an actual office but it is own by a third party. For instance, our law firm in Bulgaria can offer you complete virtual office services in Bulgaria including a registered office in Sofia or other major cities in the country.
One of the provided services is having a full time or part time dedicated receptionist which will answer all the calls in your name and will forward you all the messages. The local phone call provided by us it is also necessary for the registration process of your company so even if you are not using the services of a secretary you can still have advantages from it. The redirecting of calls from a Bulgarian number to any number provided by you it is also possible.
When setting up a company, besides the contact information such as telephone number or email addresses it is mandatory to have a business address. Without this, the registration in the Bulgarian Trade Register it is not possible. The fact that we can offer you a business address in the heart of the capital, can provide you a prestigious image which can help in consolidating your clientele.
Another major service provided by our company in Bulgaria is collecting all the packages and mail and send it to a specified address. Also, an email address can be provided by our law firm and can be supervised by your own receptionist. A fax number is also offered and all the faxes will be delivered to a specified address.
Companies in Bulgaria are required to observe the registered office requirements as well as several others, among which EORI registration when they perform certain types of activities.
It is not mandatory to purchase all the services stated above but it is advisable to ask for a full package but if you need a personalized offer we are more than happy to advise you regarding other packages. Our multinational company can also provide virtual offices in other European countries like Portugal, Estonia, or Switzerland.