When I was beginning my insurance business, I was bummed. I did not have enough capital to rent those huge office buildings for my job. This lead to me having to work with what I got and maximise. Having serviced offices Sydney is almost as satisfying as working in your own physical office. Here are some of the things I did to maximise the minimal space I got:
Get Rid of the Papers
One thing about offices is the huge amount of paperwork that is cluttered all over. Insurance is a place where papers are to be kept. However, I found out that all this data does not really need to be in the form of actual papers. The whole point of investing in computers and a network system is that you can store all the data in one place without ever needing to have papers all over the office.
Consider Vertical Storage
With a small commercial space or even when you have a big one but want to take advantage of the space, it is best to ensure that you have a storage habit that is healthy for your office. Having vertical shelves is much more appropriate and easier than having horizontal storage that will just consume a lot of the needed space.
Don’t Get the Big Desk for Now
Maximising space also means that you have to compromise your small big dream desk for a smaller one because the big desk will consume a lot of space. It will make the office look crowded for no reason such that one may not notice the beauty of the desk, as they will how it is consuming valuable space in your serviced offices.
Have a Suitable Arrangement
With a large number of employees that you are targeting to get in the business for you, you have to plan. The serviced offices may not be serviced to meet your demands but this does not mean you can work from here.
With the small desks in the office, you can have your employees sharing a computer so as to avoiding crowding the area. The smaller the space in the office the higher your chances of excelling should be. Keep your dreams valid and who knows you can get the privilege to rent that bigger office next floor or next building.