Office Moving Guides
Are you prepared for your office move? Our guides outline many of the issues faced by organisations moving office, and solutions to such scenarios. Please feel free to download what you need, or call one of our specialist agents for advice.
Choosing an office space can be a daunting task, so we have put together a list of the 7 most important things to consider before starting your office search to ensure you end up in the right office for your business.
Compare Serviced, Leased & Coworking
Every business is different and has its own requirements and preferences. There are three main office space options available – serviced, leased and coworking. In this guide, we outline the key differences and pros and cons of each type of office to help you decide what is right for your business.
A downloadable guide explaining how prices around London and the UK compare for all the types of office space that we market. The larger the office that you take, the cheaper it typically becomes per. We also have an interactive price guide you can use if you want to compare certain areas in the UK next to each other.
From location to size of space, budgeting, facilities and landlords – the download provides up to date advice on the choosing the best space for your start-up. As a company that has been around since 2002, we have a great understanding of what a start-up should be looking for in the search for their first office and how to get the most out of it.
Every company has a different structure and set of requirements. This guide will question provide ideas of how to plan layouts for certain departments to get the best out of each one. From meeting room space to the director’s office, we look at different configurations you could make use of to boost productivity.
The office moving checklist contains a list of over 30 things to do when you are moving office. A good moving checklist not only ensures that you land on your feet for you first day in your new office but that people around you, suppliers, clients and employees are aren’t knocking on the wrong doors after you move.