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How to Tell Your Employees About Your Big Office Move

How to Tell Your Employees About Your Big Office Move

Posted by: George, on 16/01/2020

Relocating your office entails several changes that can impact everyone in the office. Sure, the move is essentially for the company, but employees play a big part in its operations. For this reason, it’s essential to keep your employees in the know as soon as plans for the move have been finalised. Two to six […] more…

How to Estimate Office Moving Costs

How to Estimate Office Moving Costs

Posted by: George, on 12/01/2020

Office relocation can be both exciting and daunting. Moving into another location opens new opportunities and boosts excitement as the entire office looks forward to a new phase. On the other hand, it can also be daunting to relocate an entire office in fear of disrupting business and negatively affecting profit. However, good planning and […] more…

Conducting Risk Assessment When Moving Office Locations

Conducting Risk Assessment When Moving Office Locations

Posted by: George, on 18/12/2019

Office relocation is an overwhelming project. It involves not just health and safety risks but also risks in data security, business operations and equipment handling. Careful planning must be done to ensure a smooth transition to minimise the risks of relocating a business.   How do you move an office? Moving an office involves strategic […] more…

Expand Your Businesses

Posted by: George, on 04/06/2014

Prior to starting your business, you more than likely researched it thoroughly with the assistance of books, magazines, the internet and advisors. You probably invested a great deal of time and money to get up to speed with your business objectives. So what is the next step? Often, expanding your business can be as daunting […] more…

When Good Moves Turn Bad

Posted by: George, on 09/04/2014

When calculating moving costs, it’s tempting to opt for the cheapest company quote or trying to do the job yourself by enlisting the help of enthusiastic staff. What could go wrong you ask yourself, it’s as simple as going from A to B. Unfortunately, removal horror stories are all too common, and it could pay […] more…

Don’t Leave Your Online Presence Behind

Posted by: George, on 25/03/2014

There are lots of matters to consider during an office relocation – Office Removals Sydney are the right team to perform the physical moving of furniture, equipment, files, and anything else you don’t want to leave nailed down at the old premises. Amidst all the hustle and bustle including the logistical strategy of coordinating staff, […] more…

Trim Your Office Relocation Budget

Posted by: George, on 27/02/2014

As the old saying goes, ‘a dollar saved is a dollar earned’. Here are some tips to assist in trimming your fitout and relocation expenses. The open plan office Open plan offices are rapidly becoming the norm for many businesses. An open plan can improve staff communication, invite natural light and provide a sociable layout […] more…

Legal Issues in an Office Relocation

Posted by: George, on 09/02/2014

For the ongoing success and security of your business during an office move, it’s important to understand the legal issues involved in the relocation. There are several areas that require attention from operational and legal perspectives. The current office exit strategy There are many good reasons for taking out a new office lease. Possibly your […] more…

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Manage Your Business Relocation

Posted by: George, on 03/02/2014

Relocating a business can be a complex process. It’s a good idea to break down the move into stages, ensuring your relocation is well planned and trouble-free. Selecting your site Prior to scouting new office locations, take time out to plan your project, including factoring in a timeline, budget and consultation with colleagues and staff […] more…

What to Do After the Office Move

Posted by: George, on 18/01/2014

An office move is a forward step toward progress for your company, and is the perfect time to review service providers and office suppliers. The move provides an opportunity to renew office supply contract terms or conditions that can favour your business. There are several areas that should be considered. Utility costs The completion of […] more…

Office Moving Tips & News in Technorati!

Posted by: George, on 23/11/2013

Our blog got accepted to Technorati’s blog directory. That’s great news, hopefully we’ll get a few visitors from there. You can find our listing here: more…

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When to Get IT Involved in an Office Move

Posted by: George, on 19/11/2013

Office moving and in-house upgrades require an understanding of timelines required by all trades persons and staff members. Certain aspects of the move will go well, while others may present stumbling blocks which could be prevented with a little forethought. The goal is for a move that has a positive effect on clients and staff […] more…

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How to Store Your Files After Moving Offices

Posted by: George, on 31/10/2013

A well organised information and record keeping system will make your company cost-efficient. It can also help reclaim misused office space. Some businesses consider a storeroom as the dumping ground for scrap paper and documents, but the end result is sure to be an unsightly, disorganised mess. As a business grows and staff numbers increase, […] more…

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Common Office Relocation Mistakes

Posted by: George, on 29/10/2013

Moving your business to a new location can be an exciting time. After all, the move usually involves hopes and dreams of business expansion, greater customer reach, and possibly even a new social circle of like minded entrepreneurs. At times it seems the sky is the limit, with plans for increased growth and productivity bearing […] more…

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Employee Considerations in Your Office Move

Posted by: George, on 28/10/2013

Whatever the reason your company is moving: downsizing, a cheaper location, or expansion, it’s essential to make sure your employees are considered and kept informed so they feel part of the business plan. Generally speaking, a company will move in order to increase profit and minimise expense. It’s essential for a company to ensure continued […] more…