Category Archives: Mail Forwarding

Can I use my Virtual Office address as my Limited Company’s registered office?

How call forwarding leaves you able to make an impact on other areas of your business

If you have a Mail Forwarding service or Virtual Office package with us, you can use our address (20-22 Wenlock Road, London, N1 7GU), as your company’s contact address. This means you can give it out to your customers and other business contacts on your website, stationery and any printed materials you may use to advertise your business. But you can’t use it as your limited company’s registered office … unless you have the necessary registered office add-on service. Continue reading

5 of the best movies that feature good old fashioned ‘Mail’

5 of the best movies that feature good old fashioned mail

The humble piece of mail is not something you normally associate with movies. However, we think mail has helped shape some of the best (or at least notorious) films ever. So, for no other reason than that we offer mail forwarding services, we thought we’d celebrate some of the movies where mail has played a pivotal role. Let’s take a look; lights, camera, action – MAIL! Continue reading

How to set up your London Virtual Office

Virtual office makes a better service for your customers. Here’s how.

A London Virtual Office service offers many benefits and can be extremely comprehensive in terms of what it offers. From Mail Forwarding to Telephone Answering, it really does cater to the many needs of a small business owner. With that in mind, let’s take a look at how you can set up your very own Virtual Office: Continue reading

Mail Forwarding UK: Ideal for home based businesses


Many of the UK’s small businesses begin as home based operations. This is totally understandable when you consider that business owners may still be holding down a full-time job when starting out and working from home in their free time is the easiest way to test the waters. It also makes sense when you look at the astronomical costs involved with renting/buying office space. But one issue that running a business from home does bring up is credibility. Continue reading