Financial Planners Use Executive Suites

By Robert E Duncan/ ezine articles

Financial planners starting their own business don't initially have the need for a large commercial office space as they build their client base. What options does a financial planner have to provide a professional image for his or her business while keeping costs down during a period of growth? Executive office spaces in Manhattan provide an ideal working environment for financial planners. Financial planners need a professional-looking office that conveys the image of success, credibility, and stability to clients and prospects. Having a 24/7 access by the hour, day or week with a full time furnished office space or part time serviced office package will help to increase a financial planners' productivity without having the overhead of a traditional office space.

Most executive suites in New York come fully furnished and usually have three or more conference rooms that will be perfect for business meetings. State-of-the-art telecommunications and technology infrastructures are typically already in place allowing consultants to stay well connected. Executive offices provide consultants with administrative and technical supports services that will help make the work day go smoothly. Financial Planners need the day to day operations of the office managed. Items like ordering office supplies, replacing toner, sending or receiving overnight deliveries and mail, cleaning, making copies and other general offices functions.

A support staff that understands the importance of professional and timely service as well as being courteous to others is another valuable benefit of a serviced office. There is no need to hire and train a professional staff to receive the benefits of professional telephone answering, mail handling and administrative support as the executive office suites typically handles the management of the furnished office space and will provide support at any time.