What email address or phone number would you like to use to sign in to Docs.com?
If you already have an account that you use with Office or other Microsoft services, enter it here.
Or sign in with:
Signing in allows you to download and like content, and it provides the authors analytical data about your interactions with their content.
Embed code for: Moving Office Spaces? Avoid these 4 Mistakes
Select a size
Be cautious while moving office spaces and avoid these 4 common mistakes. Check out this presentation for more details. Visit http://www.newarkofficespace.com/
Do Not Commit These 4 Mistakes When Moving Offices
Shifting office spaces is a tuff ordeal. Several things can go wrong in the process unless you are really careful about it. Make sure you do not commit these 4 common mistakes for a hassle-free moving experience.
Mistake 1: Not Finding the Right Building
Are you planning on leasing an office space? Make sure you choose the right building. Ensure you find one that’s on budget and has the necessary amenities for less. Simply put, find a building that suit your business needs.
Mistake 2: Not Inspecting the Space before Moving in
Before moving in, take a tour of the office space and if all the necessary facilities are kept intact such as HVAC systems, finished bathrooms, wiring of electricity and internet, and so on.
Mistake 3: Not Doing Furniture Liquidation
As soon as you move your company to a new office space, make sure that you resell the old furniture to a liquidator. Utilizing old furniture is a costly affair. However, be informed that the process shall be time consuming, hence plan the liquidation few months in advance of the move date.
Mistake 4: Not Evaluating the Lease Agreement Thoroughly
Go through the terms described in the contract or get a lawyer who can help you with the same. See if the document enlists everything as agreed by you & the property owner, and that you get the space for the required time period.
Moving office spaces is a big step for your business, and avoiding these common mistakes can help prevent other complexities down the road.
For more, visit