What to do After Moving Into a New Office

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So you’ve moved to a new office, but what are the first things you should do when you’ve got the keys in your hands. Moving an entire business and its staff to a whole new place can be daunting. And there’s certainly going to be a lot for you to do. What you do next will dictate how smooth the transition is and how you go about achieving success later on. Scroll down to find out what you should do next.

Decide on a Good Layout

Having a good layout in your office is really important because this will dictate how your employees work in and use the space at their disposal. It should have a common sense layout that works for everyone in the office, providing them with functionality, simplicity and everything they need. So this will all depend on your business and how you want to get things done. There’s no right answer here; it’s about what best for you.

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Make it Usable With All the Basics

Before you go any further, you’re going to have to make sure that the office has all of the main basics in place. This means finding the right desks, chairs and electronics your business needs to get the most basic and important things done on a daily basis. Once this is done, your office will at least become usable on some level, and that’s an important early stepping stone in this process.

Spruce Up the Exterior

Many people who visit your business for the first time will form their first impressions before they’ve even stepped inside. That means you need to work on the outside of the office and make it as impressive and visually appealing as you possibly can. Some brand new asphalt coating, a fresh coat of paint a new sign are all good places to start. Just make sure it looks professional and inviting.

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Update Your Address

Now that your business is located in a completely different place, it’s important to make sure that everyone knows that fact. Updating your address with suppliers and utility companies will also be important too. Just make sure that you can notify people of the change as soon as possible. And don’t forget to change the contact details on your website too.

Get Back to Normal ASAP

Stress and upheaval are integral parts of the moving process, so when you’ve done all the things mentioned above, the most important thing will be getting back to normal. You don’t want this disruption to stop you doing your best for clients or delivering what customers now expect from you. So do your best to now let this drag on for a long time.

Moving into a new office is exciting for your business. It offers you the chance at a fresh start with a new base. This could be the launching off point for all the future success of your business, so don’t underestimate just how impactful this move could be for your company going forward.

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