If you own a telephone answering service, CSnotepad of Brighton & Hove ask: Is it time for a new challenge?

Monday, January 12th, 2015

In recent years, the internet has opened up huge opportunities for anyone looking to start their own business. More and more people are choosing to ‘escape the rat race’ and become self-employed, often setting up their own business which can be run and managed from home.

Obviously, it makes good sense to build a business based on your existing skills and talents, and for many people choosing to opt-out of traditional 9-5 office based roles, that makes selling virtual receptionist company services an obvious choice. The start up costs can be kept low, you can build a client base gradually and you can work hours that suit your own schedule while balancing other commitments.

However, it can often lead to a feeling of being back in the rat race you were so keen to escape, only now, you’re running it from home, often without any support from coworkers. It can feel overwhelming and lonely, which can often be a reason for someone deciding that selling virtual receptionist business services is no longer the path they wish to take.

Another reason, is that through providing virtual receptionist services, a self-employed person may uncover another niche which they’d prefer to investigate. Perhaps they have dipped a toe in the world of social media or copywriting and are looking for a change of direction.

In any case, one of the greatest advantages of being self-employed is that when you feel it’s time for a new challenge, you can go right ahead and pursue your new dream. But what to do with the client base you have already built? Obviously you won’t want to leave them in the lurch, and in fact, selling your virtual receptionist client base could help provide a cash sum to invest in your new venture too.

Deciding on selling virtual receptionist client base lists can feel daunting, which is why we at CSnotepad treat all enquiries relating to this in the strictest of confidence and always sign non-disclosure agreements to protect the enquirer.

We’d be happy to hear from you if you are thinking about selling your virtual receptionist company, whether you have a client base spanning hundreds of clients or just a handful. Whatever your reason for selling, whether you are trading at a profit or a loss, on a large or small scale, get in touch with us today to find out more.

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