There are many things that are vital to the success of any business. Having the right product is probably a good start. Knowing who your competitors are would be high on your list of priorities for any good start-up. But how high on the list would customer service be?
With new serviced offices and flexible workspaces opening all the time it’s exciting when a new development is a little out of the ordinary. The team at Grangewood Investments Ltd are developing a new and inspiring workspace design using shipping containers in Loughton, Essex called Cr@te.
We’ve been focusing on the various different types and locations of workspace across the UK in our recent blogs. We’ve covered everything from the differences between period and modern glass buildings to waterfront office space. This week we are taking a more detailed look in to one of the featured workspaces in our article on unusual office space where we covered new and existing spaces that are pushing the accepted boundaries of workspace design.
With property funds being closed almost daily, the reaction to Brexit in the UK property sector has been making headlines almost every day.
It’s fair to say choosing your first or next office space is up there with buying a house or new car when it comes to stress. The number of things to take in to consideration before you sign on the dotted line mean you need our office space shopping list.
It’s probably fair to say that lots of businesses see their office space as a cost to the business. In many cases office space may be the highest single cost any business has after their payroll. But poor office space can also be the cause of a real drain on resources if it’s not set up well. Which means it could cost your business more than you think.