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Why Companies Don’t Need Headquarters
David F. Carr, 06.03.10, 06:00 AM EDT
Working remotely from home or at a customer’s office can boost your business.
James Sinclair, head of the hospitality industry turnaround firm OnSite Consulting, says one of the biggest challenges his employees have had adapting to the way he runs his business is answering the question, “But where is your company based?”
The answer: Wherever the work needs to be done. “We have 65 people, and we have no office,” Sinclair explains. Headquarters is a post office box; he also has an Internet-based phone and unified communications system.