04 Apr The Stuff Dreams Are Made Of

Running a business while living in a foreign country is the hot topic of the Guardian’s Small Business Network pages this week, which reports on ‘The rise of the travelling entrepreneur’ at http://www.theguardian.com/small-business-network/2014/mar/28/travelling….

The article looks at how travelling business owners from all sectors make it work for them – from the owner of a walking tour company to consultancy providers and even a massage spa.

For the have-it-all generation it’s an attractive possibility – break free from the 9 to 5, travel and make money at the same time. Technology has moved at warp speed in the last decade with the introduction of smartphones, broadband and online file sharing allowing businesses today to operate in a way that’s worlds apart from the conventional office set up. These adventurous entrepreneurs who travel the world while staying at the helm, whether for work or pleasure, are dubbed as ‘digital nomads’ in The Guardian piece.

All of the business owners interviewed say having skilled people in the UK is an absolute must, either recruiting and retaining trusted staff or by using virtual office services. At MessageBase we are experienced at helping make business owner’s dreams become reality – with our range of telephone answering and message taking packages we can help entrepreneurs make the most of their travel opportunities, from serial globetrotters to those who wish to retain their UK client base but live in sunnier climes.

MessageBase’s team of virtual receptionists will ensure important business calls are answered in a professional manner. We have the experience and knowledge to provide you with a service that keeps your firm’s feet on the ground – whether you are in the air, all at sea or in a completely different time zone.

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