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How to Design the Perfect Office for your Business

Designing the perfect business for your office is difficult, especially if you do not know where to start. Working with an office design company will make this process a lot easier, however, there are also some things you can do to make sure the office your office design company is creating is truly perfect for your business. Check out these tips from Advanced Commercial Interiors, one of the UK’s leading office design companies, below.

Consult Your Staff

Who better to ask about what will make your staff happy with their office than your staff? They come in every day and spend most of their days in the office. So asking them what they want to see in your new office will work wonders. Of course, they may give you answers that are slightly too high for your budget, but you will come out of these meetings with great ideas for what to put in your new office.

Use Greenery

It is well known that using plants in your office will improve the productivity of your staff. Whether these are fake plants or real plants is up to you and your staff, but the presence of greenery will work wonders for your new office space!

Make Sure the Location is Right

One of the main factors when it comes to the right office space for your business is the location. If your staff are always in and out of the office, then it makes sense to ensure your office is in a central location, close to motorways. This will make sure that your staff can go and see clients with relative ease. However, if your staff tend to stay in the office and not go out as much, then you can place your office in a more rural area. This links up to the point above, the presence of greenery will work wonders on how productive your staff are!

If you want to learn more about designing the perfect office for your business, then give ACI a call on 0115 939 7572, or you can email them using info@aci.uk.net.

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