Interior Design. Wednesday , June 13th , 2018 - 03:28:56 AM
First, make sure your space is actually functional. This isn't a compromise on what I just said above; every home space should be functional first and decorated second. Make sure you have a wide enough desk for any projects you will be engaging in, room for your computer and room to store any files and books you use regularly. If you don't like moving your computer on and off your desk, try to have two desk surfaces as a part of an "L"-shaped design. Make sure you have a strong lamp or lamps to illuminate the surface.
Before moving office, have you drawn up a list of pros vs cons? I'll take a punt and say you haven't. Sometimes, packing up everything in boxes and moving seems like the easiest logical solution but in many cases, it isn't. There's a large cost expense to consider when moving. I've already discussed business interruption however what about the expense of packing up items, moving and reinstalling essential equipment? You'll be shocked how much you take the existing systems you have in place for granted. I can recall so many examples where a business moved and setting up their infrastructure proved very hard. A lack of knowledge, documentation and records led to basic networks, servers, computers, equipment and phone systems all failing to work as expected. It is a downer when nothing works and this costs a lot of money to fix!
Is the new location of the proposed moved in the ideal place? Does it put you in the middle of high traffic, high business areas of does this put you into the backwaters? Many businesses take the risk of going to a more rural location in exchange for lower rates and larger square footage. What this can end up doing is having a business that is so far removed and detached from the commercial centres that your customers start to feel that way about you as a business. Remember, image is important!
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