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5 Easiest Ways To Find The Perfect Office

Posted by on February 25, 2020 in Business with 0 Comments

So, have you suddenly found yourself balancing countless boxes of files on tables and squeezing past rows of people just to get to your desk? It looks like you’ve outgrown your office. Or, maybe you are a small business deciding to take the leap from home office out into the big, bad world? Whether you’re looking for an office for one or one hundred people, there are very simple steps you can take to you find the perfect office.

1. Find someone to do the hard work for you

Believe it or not, but there are people out there who dedicate their days to finding people exactly like you the perfect office space. Office brokers like Click Offices have dedicated, local experts that specialise in finding the best space for your needs, for the best price. To top it all off, their services are 100% free for the user. Just take a few minutes to explain what you need and where, and they will comb their books to find you a list of options to suit.

2. Think about your space needs

One of the main reasons for moving offices is space requirement. You might need an extra two or three desks now, but are you planning on expanding more in the not-so-distant future? If you plan to find a new home for your business long term, then these are important questions you need to think about. However, one of the joys of serviced offices in the ease of expanding your office space, even after you have moved in. Depending on your office choice, downsizing or upsizing is a simple as sending an email.

3. Consider your employees

A happy team makes for a happy company, so consider who works for you before choosing an office space or location. Do most of your team drive to work? Then ample parking should be high on your list of priorities. Perhaps they use public transport, in which case, locating somewhere with good transport links is a must. Do you require a lift or a ground-floor office to accommodate your staff or customers? Is high-speed internet connection a must? Do the extras, such an on-site gym or cafe, feel important to you? These are all things to consider before choosing an office and are all something an office expert can help you discover.

4. Know all of your office options

Private, coworking, managed, serviced, semi-serviced, hotdesking, furnished and unfurnished are words you have probably heard before but do you know what each of them offers and what would suit you best? A younger start-up company might prefer a coworking office for the simplicity and ease of expansion in the future. A more established company might feel better suited to a private, upmarket office to impress clients and peers alike. Asses the options available to you and weigh up what will work best.

5. Look at the layout

Once you’ve decided on an office type, the next big question is the layout. How will the space work for you and your needs? Do you need smaller, private offices or are you happier with a larger open-plan workspace? This will all depend on your business and what you need to thrive. Once your office expert has a feel for what you need, they can find you the space that works best – and negotiate the best price for it!

Before you plan a move, ask yourself these questions and then you will be sure to find the perfect office space.

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