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Best Tips on Office Moving If you are moving an office you should know that it is a huge responsibility. Office moving requires accurate coordination of all the budgets, the meeting deadlines, all your staff and other people so that you can move successfully. If you are aware of the things you need to do and not to do you will be able to manage the office move project better. You gain some confidence that you are on the right track if you know what to do and what not to do and you will have a successful and smooth transition. The following are the dos and don’ts during an office transition. The first, do is planning and start organizing your office moving as early as possible. You should plan your office move 9-18 months before you relocate and before your current leasing expires. These few months will give you an ample time to prepare yourself and organize yourself for the office moving. The next thing you should do is to take professional advice. You should seek professional advice from property agents, office designers, and removal companies. With the right advice you will find yourself in the right office space, you will sign the right terms and get the best design and layout. Another thing you should do is organize an internal office relocation team with your members of the staff to ensure that you get the right support from all the members of the organization. It is important that you keep updating all your staff. Communication is very important and you should keep all your staff members information so that they can know the plan. You should keep your hand in the office moving checklist that indicates all the activities to be carried out. Once you get the checklist you will be guided through the office moving process without and disruptions. The things you should not do include; The first, don’ts of the office moving process is you should never move out without checking on the office lease. The second don’ts is that you should not underestimate the future growth of your company and you should check where it will be in the next 10-15 years. You should consider the future of your company during the office moving. Don’t move out of an office without a clear budget. This will help you not to spend more than you are required to. Don’t sign anything before taking legal and professional advice. Finally don’t take all your clutter with you. The office space will be greatly reduced and enhance big space for more important office issues.

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