Due to the pandemic the last two years, ive had more and more clients wishing to have zoom appointments, or send their work instead of visiting the office.
Last few months, ive probably been in the office about 4 times. Most of my time has been spent working from home remotely.
Im now considering ditching the office alltogether and going full on remote. I know there are plenty of other areas especially in the financial advisory sector which appear to have adopted the remote working angle, and I wondered if anyone here had done similar and what their thoughts are?
Ive worked from home in the past, had clients visit, so I know all about that area, but I plan on working fully remotely in the future. Appointments by zoom or telephone only, with the odd visit to the client directly for those who I feel would benefit from my attendance.
I dont have a public facing office, most of my client base is made from referals or online searches so I wont be losing that aspect of work, as I never had it to begin with. Any thoughts as to whether it would work?