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    Lawson Willett

      When you sign up for our Virtual Offices, our client know that we are based in Gloucester and that we offer a good value service that works out to be a 10th of the cost of sights in Covent Garden, London.

      When asked, our clients (it may be the types of customer) all say that the address location doesn’t matter to them, they are looking for a good value service.

      I understand the benefits of having a ‘regional’ base to attract clients or show presence in an area. But does it matter that much in the age and fluidity of the internet?

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