Posts tagged ‘London removals’

November 30th, 2009

Moving Your Business Is Sometimes The Only Option

Moving the contents of the family home is said to be one of the most stressful things you can do. Just imagine the amount of stress involved when moving an entire business, especially if it's a London removal!

Office moves can either make or break a company and its staff.However they can be a blessing in disguise (although sometimes heavily disguised), presenting the perfect opportunity to rethink some operational and organisational points of your business.Planning for an office move is the perfect time to consider ideas on how to make cost savings, consolidate resources, or use new technology to cut down the amount of clutter that you've got to move and to improve future working practices.Ask yourself if you acutally need to move office in the first place.

When it comes to London removals, it may make more sense to consider better ways of using your current property.Small companies often grow in an unplanned manner which means that space isn't always used to its best effect anyway.Consider getting in a professional to help you make better use of the space you've got.You should consider bringing in flexible working hours, "hot-desking" practices or home working policies that cut down the amount of office space required for a fixed number of people.Another way to improve the way you use your space is to consider business storage for equipment and furniture that you don't need, but may do in the future.

However, if your staff are falling over each other and none of the above options are viable, you need to start researching into office removals. Ideally, London removals should be on the agenda before you get to that point and when you intend to move from your original offices should form part of your initial business plan.Even if that involves using simple triggers like number of staff or turnover, you should start planning the move as early as possible. Your selected removal company should survey your office prior to the move and be prepared to assist in planning and co-ordination right through to the unpacking of the last crate.