Office Edge Aims to Usher in a New Post-pandemic Business Environment
The company boasts five locations from Miami to Boca Raton
As remote work increases along with the price of leasing office buildings, Office Edge in South Florida caters to businesses looking for more than just a place to rent working space. The company provides virtual offices, executive suites, conference rooms, live reception and virtual assistant solutions through a network of five Class A offices throughout South Florida. Its first office launched in Sunrise in December of 2000 and expanded to include four other locations in Brickell, Coral Gables, Fort Lauderdale and Boca Raton.
“We know how challenging it can be to obtain office space that isn’t sky-high at a prestigious business address, especially as many are looking to slowly ease back into working inside an office,” says Kelly Ramsden, who co-founded Office Edge with her husband, Bob. “Office Edge offers that solution; whether someone desires a space full-time that’s free of distractions or wants to implement a hybrid environment, we want to elevate their image.”
As businesses grapple with catering to remote workers while also wanting a physical office space to host clients, Office Edge offers customized packages to ensure every type of business can have the space and resources needed while cutting down on overhead costs. Along with providing companies a Class A address and office space, the company also provides reception and administrative services, bookkeeping and accounting, legal services and conference meeting rooms among its recently renovated private offices and furnished suites.
“With many workers trying to get back to a normal office situation on a shoestring staff, an extended team can be a critical component when it comes to attention to detail,” says Patrick Ramsden, owner of the Office Edge location in Boca Raton. “Even something as simple as having someone to answer the phone or greet new clients can make or break a company’s outward appearance during a time when it matters most.”