How to cut real estate costs beyond rent
Aug09

How to cut real estate costs beyond rent

Real estate is often one of the largest expenses for any company. When looking for a new office space, there are multiple factors to consider: location, layout, amenities, rental rate, lease flexibility, and more. It can be an overwhelming process, and it’s easy for companies to compare options by the most basic factor: the rental rate. Comparing rental rates give tenants an easy way to evaluate cost and savings—but there’s an even...

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Four ways to make your office a productive space for employees
Feb14

Four ways to make your office a productive space for employees

In our last article, we discussed the importance of aligning your office space with your company’s culture to get the most out of its most valuable asset: the people. By properly doing so, you can increase productivity, collaboration, and innovation. Now I want to share with you what a company should consider to pull this alignment off. The workplace is not just where work happens; it’s also a place that determines how work happens....

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How to make your workplace reflect your company culture
Jan16

How to make your workplace reflect your company culture

The way we work is constantly changing. Organizations need to evolve with the times and find new strategies, tools, and approaches to sustain and increase business performance. In doing so, a huge focus has been placed on employee engagement, and a ton of research has been invested in learning how the physical design of the workplace can harness and communicate a company’s culture and brand values—as well as increase performance and...

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Plan for your next office move with this easy three-step process
Nov30

Plan for your next office move with this easy three-step process

Looking for new office space can be a daunting task filled with many questions. Should you stay in your current building? Should you expand into a new location? Will renovating your existing space provide you with the attributes you need to be successful? No matter your situation, one thing is true: it’s important to plan for the future. Typical leases can be three to five years—sometimes as long as ten years—and a lot can change in...

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