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The Offices That Your Startup Should Be Thinking About Moving Into

Posted In Business - By Techtiplib on Thursday, February 1st, 2018 With No Comments »

A startup business is only as good as its first office space… so they say. So, make sure your startup’s first office space is, well, good! Make sure it is saying everything you want it to say about your business. Make sure it is providing your business with everything it needs to do its day-to-day work. Make sure it is worth the overhead costs that you pay for it.

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When making sure your startup’s first office covers all of these bases, make sure to consider some of the office possibilities below.

Pre-engineered steel buildings

Pre-engineered steel buildings are perfect for startups, of late that has become abundantly clear. In recent times, these types buildings have been deemed to be a great help for startup businesses simply because they are very accommodating to all different types of businesses as well as the natural fluctuation that can occur within a business, because they are very accessible spaces and do not make anybody feel claustrophobic, because they provide value for money in regards to being customizable, because they are suitable for all business types, because they are places that are bright and induce happiness and because they are seen as ‘in’ and ‘hip’ and subsequently very attractive. So, if you value your startup’s potential to promote itself through its office and its ability to promote a productive and happy workspace, then you should move it into a pre-engineered steel building.

But, if and when you do, make sure to have your new building looked over by experts in the field of this type of building system and to also look at the cons of actually moving into such a building, such as those found at Armstrong Steel building complaints. You must do this, quite frankly, because just because a pre-engineered might work for the majority of startups, it might not work for yours.

Virtual offices

Your startup’s first office doesn’t even have to be an office at all, you know. Yes, your first office can be what is know to be a virtual office, and there are many benefits of taking such a direction with your office choice.

What taking such a direction would entail is you keeping your startup as a home-based business but then pretending to your customers that you do in fact trade from within an actual office space. You would pretend this is the case by having your business’s mail sent to an address that is synonymous with the world of business, such as one found in London’s Canary Wharf financial district, rather than having it be sent to your residential address. You would also only ever use the virtual office space that you pay for as and when you need it, such as when you need to host a meeting. By doing all of this you would be able to impress your customers and colleagues without having the overhead of office bills hanging over you.

As a startup your first office choice is pivotal in its success going forward. So, make sure you choose wisely.

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