Commercial moves happen for a multitude of reasons: an increase in rent, a need for more space, a more central location, or the decision to build your dream office. Whatever the reason, all commercial moves require organization and careful planning to ensure business continues as usual at the company’s new address. While some of the specifics depend on business size and industry, here are a few basics to get you started:
Moving with your company is a major undertaking. Especially when you’ve been in the same office for years. The reality is, you probably spend more time in your office than you do in your home. That’s why it’s so essential that during your relocation, you don’t let your office get lost in the move. Take a little extra time to prepare your office for a move. You’ll be surprised at how preparing your office the right way will help to create a smoother transition once your arrive in your new office.
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When you’re moving, it can feel a little overwhelming. It always seems like there about a million things to do and only a short amount of time to do them. Because of this, it’s really important that you aren’t wasting your time doing tasks that don’t matter. It might seem a little backward, but today, we wanted to share with you a “NOT to do list” of the things you shouldn’t be doing when you’re in the process of moving.
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Company transfers can be a major undertaking. The logistics alone of how to move people and things into a new place can seem a little overwhelming. Atlanta Peach Movers recognizes the massive undertaking your company is taking with your relocation and it is our goal to help you seamlessly get from Point A to Point B without hitting any potholes along the way. That’s why we’ve put together this small company transfer post, with all of the information you need to know before your begin the relocation process. Continue reading