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Any recommendations on virtual office space?

Kirk Holmes Passion for entrepreneurship and cutting edge technology, current GLASS Explorer and patented inventor

March 13th, 2014

Our team is at a point where there is a need for virtual office space. We're located in Las Vegas and San Diego and are at a point where there is a direct need for meeting locations nationwide other than at Starbucks. Since our home base is here in Las Vegas we were looking at finding something here but with the ability to use space in other locations as needed.

Any thoughts or recommendations?

Huan Liu Co-founder at Vimo Labs Inc.

March 13th, 2014

I use liquidspace It is rent by the hour, and they have many locations, including many in Las Vegas. 


March 13th, 2014

I would suggest looking for a space like 1776 in DC in your cities.

It is what I use to collaborate with my teams and companies. 


Steve Ciske Technology Leader

March 13th, 2014

We originally started using Regis back when we started.  Reasonably priced and flexible if we need to get a meeting room in another city.  They also have small business deals with printers, office supplies, etc that you can take advantage of.  One point of warning however, their bandwidth is often over subscribed.  

Aren Kaser Founder and CEO at Igor Institute

March 13th, 2014

I would check out for something a bit less "traditional" For more locations you could try Regus (free with a business amex).

Irena Lusnyakyan Sr Product Manager at Microsoft Skype

March 13th, 2014

Hi Kirk, I am not sure if they have space in the area that you need but here is an option: Cheers, Irena

Jamie Russo Founder and Chief of Work + Wellness at Enerspace Coworking

March 14th, 2014

Hi Kirk,
Just adding to the great responses above - what you're looking for is probably better referred to as a "coworking space" vs. a virtual office if you are googling for a solution. Virtual offices tend to be more focused on mail service although some are bundling day passes and meeting room time. 

Regus is your best bet if you really need broad national coverage. They have more locations than 7-11 :-) But they are very "corporate" in design.  There are coworking spaces in every city and most offer day passes for non-members. They just take more work to find. At this point there is no real "network" of them.

I also advocate using liquidspace. They have a fantastic app and you can search by type of space. They do not own the spaces - they are a space finding service. 

Full disclosure - I am a coworking space owner with locations in Chicago and Palo Alto.

Congrats on your business expansion and good luck finding space!

David Frigeri Global Data Executive

March 13th, 2014

Weworklabs - even though they do not have space in LV, they are incredible people and very good to have on your side! Managing Director | +1 (646) 370-9205 |

John Litz Founder, CEO Thumbkandi

March 13th, 2014

Next Space is great as is WeWork labs. Not sure if they are in those particular cities. General cafe memberships are typically available. Private 1-3 person office spaces are tough to get and  seem to always be on a waiting list. 

Jonathan Abramson President & Founder, Bluetone Marketing & Public Relations

April 9th, 2014

I recommend a Regus office, they have deals that are negotiable and I have been using one for our agency the last 3 years.