You may not be able to get an office space on Mars, but you can have a Toronto cloud office. Late Sunday night, early Monday morning (depending on your timezone) NASA’s Mars science rover “Curiosity” made its descent through pink Martian skies late on Sunday to clinch an historic landing. Mission controllers burst into applause and cheers as they received signals confirming that the SUV-sized space vehicle had survived a perilous seven-minute descent that NASA has called the most elaborate and difficult task in the history of robotic spaceflight.
While Telsec’s Toronto cloud office and office space Toronto staff were enjoying the Toronto civic holiday, voice mail still came in inquiring about cloud office space. It seems that Americans who had watched the “Curiosity” landing realized that if NASA could expand further into space, than maybe they should explore doing business outside of the USA in Canada. They could see the potential of a Toronto virtual office or a Toronto virtual office space without having to have a physical Toronto office space.
It seems that more and more small businesses are looking to have a Toronto virtual office and conduct their business through a cloud office where they can keep client files and data in a place they can access from anywhere they are. When virtual office clients need to meet with their customers, they can book a Toronto meeting rooms at the same address their customers believe them to be located. The cost for the day or half-day use of the boardrooms and meeting rooms Toronto is discounted for virtual office clients.
With the Canadian economy still going strong, it seems that Canada is a New “Curiosity” for American Businesses seeking Toronto virtual office space. It is easy for Americans to set up a Canadian office with a real address (not a P.O. Box) and begin to do business in Canada. When customers call their Toronto 416 telephone number, they are first greeted by a live Canadian receptionist who either sends the call to voice mail or transfers the call to the USA head office. Notice that we said “live” receptionist. This is because during regular business hours, all calls at our virtual office Toronto are answered by a live receptionist and not an automated attendant.