Corporate Moving Guide

The difference between success and failure in business often comes down to having the right plan in place. When you plan for the situation and know what your strategy is ahead of time, your business is in a much better position to succeed. This is true of every business aspect — especially something as complex and important as a corporate relocation. Whether your business is moving to occupy a larger space or getting closer to your customers, having a proper plan for a successful corporate move helps ensure that your business experiences the least amount of disruption and ends up in a better position to serve your customers.

A corporate relocation shares a lot of similarities with a residential move, but there are a number of significant ways in which they differ. Although any snags that come up during a residential move may be annoying, they can be disastrous in the context of a corporate move. Anything that has the potential to disrupt your business’s ability to serve your customers can mean lost time, lost revenue and lost customers. That’s why it’s crucial to have a plan before undertaking a corporate move for any reason. What’s more, it’s essential that professionals understand how they can avoid making some of the most common and worst mistakes that can occur during the corporate relocation process.

For instance, choosing the wrong moving company to provide services during the relocation process can be a tremendous mistake. Although it can be tempting to look at moving companies and consider them based solely on the bids they provide, there are more factors to consider beyond the lowest price. When you thoroughly research moving companies ahead of time, you can eliminate those low-bidders that may promise a low price but end up costing your business more through cut corners and empty promises. It’s a good idea to get at least three estimates from reputable moving companies before deciding on one to handle your corporate relocation.

Nothing in the world of business does more to guarantee your success than having a plan. Thus, it’s no different when it comes to a corporate relocation. The following guide illustrates many of the most common types of mistakes companies can make while moving and how they can be avoided. Remember, a solid plan will help your business have a successful, seamless move — so be sure to think ahead before making your next move.

Thank you Kenyetta Wiley from for the helpful tips! Infographic from Rainbow Movers

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