Planning to Relocate a Business
Moving your business can be an overwhelming task. There are so many factors that have to be considered, carefully thought out, and planned in excruciating detail.
The most important factor that can make or break your relocation deals with the timeliness and quality of communications that you will have with both your employees and your customers. The rumor mill travels at warp speed, so it’s very important that everyone has an accurate understanding of what will occur and how it will affect them.
Address the move as early as possible by conducting frequent meetings with your employees. Employees want to know whether or Brooklyn self-storage will impact their jobs and customers want the reassurance of continued excellent service.
It is necessary to figure out who will be in charge of the move. The smaller the committee is…the better your final results will be. Get as much cooperation as possible. Announce the move early on as preparation takes plenty of time…..dates for reviewing competitive bids must be set, flow charts prepared, diagrams and blueprints must be drawn up, deadlines must be set and met and a checklist is absolutely essential.
You’ve already decided that moving your business is the right thing to do, so now it’s time to start the planning process. Here is a list of items that should be addressed very early in the planning process. Each one can have extreme impact on your business and they can best be described as…