Does Your Tech Business Need A Physical Location? [YouTube Release]

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I kinda struggled with this for years, ended up terminating the lease for my office as no one ever came to the office. Everyone would either call, or email me and we would meet at their office. I don’t sell anything other than my services so no need for a “store front”.

They make a ton of good points, I send all of my mail to a clients who lets me use his office for meetings and mail.

Depends on the nature of your business and outside resources. In my case I haven’t had an office office since 1992 and do not see the need for one. Most of what I do is over the wire and meetings with clients on their turf. WFH before it was a thing much reduced costs ao am able to be more competitive and profitable. Outsource to contract cabling, rack and stack, break fix. It helps to build alliance with others in the biz, not an wasy chore but well worth doing.