2. Interiors and fittings
People often forget to calculate the cost of interior designing and fittings which adds up to sometimes roughly half of your lease amount. Consider various options for how you can optimally use the available space and save costs at the same time. Check with various service providers to see what kind of trendy office designs are available.
3. Office Furniture
How many desks will you need? What kind of chairs do you need? These are questions that you must consider before moving. Also, you can use your old office furniture as well. See whether it fits and if it does, you can end up saving a good amount of money. You also will save the time that you would otherwise have to spend looking for new furniture.
4. IT and other equipment
You need to consider whether you will be upgrading to new systems, or you will be relocating the old desktops to your new office. If you have some leased electronic equipment, then you might also require permission from the vendor to move them into your new office. Internet and telephone connections must also be thought of; you could shift to new providers or stick with the same ones.
5. Moving Plan
Draw up a detailed moving plan. Fix dates and times for the move and set-up in the new space. Ideally, it could take a week for you to finally settle into the new space. Make sure sensitive materials are packed properly to avoid any kind of damage. Certain furniture and equipment would need dismantling and re-installation as well. You could maybe consider hiring a professional to take care of it all.
Moving an office is hard work but rewarding as well. You will need to put in the time and effort needed to make the move as easier as possible! You can move into one of our flexible offices within 24 hours and focus on working and growing your business.
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