Operating a business virtually is the quiet mega-trend of the global economy.
Today it is estimated that 24% of the U.S. workforce operates out of a home office, with this number expected to increase by 64% over the next four years.
However, virtual enterprises, have a unique set of issues not shared by their “brick & mortar” brethren. Staffing, funding, technology, marketing and management are just a few areas that need to be handled differently than corporations that have all employees “under one roof.”
Virtual Company is the magazine for the workplace revolution of mobile, home-based executives. Editorially lead by serial home-based entrepreneur, Michael E. Schmidlen, known as THE Underwear Entrepreneur, the magazine is designed to speak to, and guide, the new generation of business enterprises.
Home-Based Business Owners
HOME-BASED BUSINESS EXECUTIVES
Michael E. Schmidlen is a serial entrepreneur who has successfully run his multi-million dollar, home-based business for over 20 years. Affectionately known as “The Underwear Entrepreneur,” he is a world-class expert at helping entrepreneurs use smarts & technology to beat the overwhelming odds to creating a thriving small business.