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Posted by: johnyinfo11 on 12/08/2015 11:47 PM

Relocating your company is a huge step that comes with equally huge expenses. There are various reasons that might cause you to consider moving your company to a new place. It could be that the old place no longer attracts business or the new place offer viable opportunities.

As soon as you decide it makes financial sense to move your company to a new place, you need to make the change as smooth as possible for everyone involved including your employees and those with whom you do business. The three main things you can do to achieve this are:

Locating a suitable moving company

If you are going to move to a new place, you need to hire commercial movers to help you with the process. You should begin looking for these companies well in advance so that you have enough time to make a good choice. You should check the company's experience, reputation and more importantly rates.

Compare different companies so that you can find better rates. However, you should make sure that the company has insurance, which will pay for any damages the movers might cause during the moving process. Choose the right type of services that will meet all your needs.

Alert everyone

Moving to a new place even if it is just next door is a big deal. You need to notify all your customers and clients before you make the move. Make sure you alert them at least three times prior to the move starting three months in advance. Send out newsletters, emails, text messages, phone calls and even letters.

Make sure that all your records, business forms and stationary have the new address. If you have a website, announce your impending move a few weeks before and let the information stay there for a while even after the move.

Reduce your downtime during the move

You need to calculate your move in advance so that you do not lose a lot of business after the move. For instance, you can arrange for the phone and computer equipment to be set up before moving the desks of your employees.

You should have the new place networked before you even move in so that your employees will hit the ground running. You can alert the employees where they will be sitting to avoid confusion when they get into the new office. Encourage the employees to prepare mentally for the move.

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