28 September 2018

Moving offices can be a fun experience


When my company recently moved offices and wanted to create a brand-new feel (we were merging with another similar company and so were bringing together two lots of expertise to create a super agency) we decided to enlist the services of one of the best Office fit out companies that we could find.

https://mobiusatwork.co.uk are one of the best office fit out companies we have reviewed and our office looks incredible and the move has really helped us link together as one big team. You would ever have thought that just a few months ago we were two different businesses working very separately from one another. There are a few tips that we were given during our quest for a total office refit and I thought I would share a few of these with you.

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Set it the job of one person or a small team of people, depending on the size of your business, to make sure that everyone is communicated with during the office fit out and that can act as the liaise point for your choice office fit out company like Mobius. This means that all of the information and questions can be funnelled through one place and then can be passed out to the relevant people as is necessary.

When you are planning out how you want your office to look, whether this is refurbishing an existing office or moving into a new one, you will want to think about your current business plan and future projection so that you can take these into account when designing your workspace or briefing the office fit out company on what you are looking for.  It is worth looking at small scale project management for the process, so you can make sure that from the businesses point of view every avenue is covered. This may include the process for migrating across to a new office and how your staff members and customers will be informed of this move.

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This is also a good opportunity to think about how you are displaying your branding and business values across your office site and also a good point to think about having a good clear out of any documentation that you can either archive or destroy depending on the legal timescales for which you need to keep it and also any old bits of equipment and computers that may now be surplus to requirements and just clogging up space in the office.