Virtual Office, Registered Address, Serviced Office Space
Located in the heart of Hong Kong commercial region.
AsiaBC provides complete Hong Kong business centre, serviced office space solutions and virtual office services for entrepreneur relocated to Hong Kong as a part of our Incorporation Services.
Why Business Centre in Hong Kong?
In the current tumbling economic climate, startup entrepreneur should take advantage of the flexibility of sharing office space in a business centre with other business owners. AsiaBC is truly on our clientsr list of premium choice in Hong Kong.
While they are rapidly emerging in Hong Kong, Hong Kong’s business centers have been a core part of the Hong Kong startup culture for over 30 years. AsiaBC business centre provides a complete business solution including fully equipped offices, customized reception desk and meeting rooms, registered office address, statutory secretarial services and other support services to serve small business owners. Without capital investment overhead to buy or lease office furniture is required, our clients of business centre services enjoy immediate access to fully furnished and well-equipped work-space in Causeway Bay – Hong Kong, city’s heart of commerce.
Our clients are free from trouble to concentrate their resources on core business immediately and to reduce their financial risk of the minimum rental period of an office flat which is usually 24-month contract with 3 mount rent upfront deposit plus 1-month rent as service fee to the estate agent.
Business conference is vital for startup to archive business deals as well as to share experience with partners. AsiaBC meeting room is available for flexible terms of rental.
Essentially, eliminating the burden of fixed overhead in capital investment and sharp depreciating cost investing in today’s technology, startup entrepreneur in Hong Kong should move their workspace to AsiaBC business centre services which charge monthly accommodation fee to cover all expense of utilities, business rates, building insurance, cleaning and maintenance, receptionist, furniture and most significantly, telecoms services.
Why Virtual Office in Hong Kong?
To a small, startup business, using AsiaBC virtual office can help venture into the open world of business. Offering support with tailor-made call answering and mailbox services, AsiaBC’s virtual offices services is the lowest cost solution to launch business on flexible terms – without a physical office in a Hong Kong commercial region.
AsiaBC tailored virtual offices boost and develop our clients business image by portraying a reliable, and established companies.
AsiaBC call answering services guarantees that our clients as well as company calls are answered via a dedicated local land-line telephone number. Equipped with dedicated receptionist services, clients are able to leave detailed greeting messages with a person instead of mobile phone voice mailbox. Clients’ calls can be passed onto designated relevant person.
For our work-from-home and job-in-mobile clients work remotely, they need an office (business) address as corresponding in Hong Kong for obtaining a serviced mailbox for collecting all business mails. For company, they additionally need the registered office address as fulfilling compliance for registration of Hong Kong company, business registration and Hong Kong bank account opening. AsiaBC mail forwarding services can then redirect those mail and parcel be sent out or collected by our clients. The dedicated business addresses through the mailbox service can be used for companies looking for a regional presence, too.
We hope our clients business is growing fast, AsiaBC virtual office offer a great tool to them as an indicator to whether expansion of taking physical office space in Hong Kong, where the business environment is competitive and demanding to business owners.
Why Hong Kong Registered Office Address?
Under the Companies Ordinance AND Business Registration Ordinance (both of them are main pieces of the companies laws in Hong Kong), all limited companies as well as registered business need to maintain a local registered office address in Hong Kong for maintaining statutory records of the company and receipt of acknowledging government’s correspondence.
AsiaBC offers rental of Registered Office Address to both overseas and local entrepreneur who are:
- going to set up a company and thus business registration in Hong Kong but did not hire an physical real estate in Hong Kong.
- concerned about privacy and want to keep the beneficial owner’s address from government and public record.
- interested in doing business with a business address in reputable commercial region in Hong Kong.
Why Hong Kong Corresponding Address in Commercial District?
When your potential customers and partners think about the identity of your company or enterprise, corporate color, logos and brand names come to mind right now. In addition to these, the most appealing identity of your business is its physical office address. An address is the only attributes that gives people a solid first impression of what kind of and how solid your firm is. Be honest to yourself, how you feel about a firm if its office is suited in central business district (CBD) of the city as opposed to that in an outlying zone.
Choosing a virtual office provider which is based in the CBD is a cost-effective solution to inspires people with the trust and confidence to contact.
Located on Hong Kong Island, AsiaBC’s business centre is suited in between Wan Chai and Causeway Bay. People has traditional perception of these area of doing business and commerce, and a conjunction between western and eastern culture. It is an interconnecting point with the following facilities:
- Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
- Revenue Tower (Office of Inland Revenue Department)
- Immigration Tower (Office of Immigration Department)
- Times Square
- Causeway Bay Station (MTR Station)
- Lockhart Road (near Wan Chai) – bars and clubs street
- A lots of branch of banks nearby (within 5 minutes of walk)
Supercharge your business
Exempt from overhead and depreciation of equipment and premise, gain flexibility.
We recommend you to visit our “Business Guide to Hong Kong” section of detailed information on how to operate a business in Hong Kong.