When you think of office space you probably think of plenty of square feet that will give you a lot of room to move around. Many business owners find that their businesses grow so quickly, they feel as though they’re looking for a larger space soon after they move into their current space. Most businesses want to have efficient office space, limiting unused or partially used space.
If that sounds familiar to you, we want to challenge you to think about your current office space with a different type of viewpoint. Ask yourself these questions:
- How much space are you wasting in our current location? Most offices are only occupied at about 50% at any given time.
- What could we do to maximize the amount of space you have and make it work?
- Is there a way to increase the efficiency of your office, and even grow our customer base if we stay in the same place?
The answer to that last question is: Yes. As a matter of fact, there is a new tiny home trend that’s been quite popular in the news lately, as well as on social media. This trend is not only inspiring, but it’s genius, and it sparks some new, creative ideas.
According to a recent story that was featured on ABC News, many of these tiny homes contain an excellent assortment of features that homeowners of larger houses only dream of having. Most of them have very large kitchens that would make any gourmet chef jealous, and some of them even have guest bedrooms. Their most common feature is the fact that their sizes are very small, and so are their price-tags when you compare them to the types of luxury homes that we’re all familiar with.
Here at OfficeFinder, we understand that you’re in need of efficient office space for your business. We also understand your need to save on office space even when you need to upgrade. We’d love to help you find some creative ways to maximize the space you have so that your business can continue to grow in the future.
If you would like more information about how we can help you, we would love to talk with you. Please contact us today.
By: James Osgood