Does your office still look the same as the day you moved in?

Posted On: 15/06/2017 | In the Category: Office interior design, office refurbishment

How long have you been in your current office – five maybe ten years, perhaps longer? We bet that when you first moved in you spent a great deal of time and money considering the interior – how you wanted the place to look, the style of office furniture, the colours of the walls, the type of flooring and lighting.

Since then you’ve probably not given it a second thought! But, did you know that a dated office can have a negative effect on your business? Companies decide to refurbish their workspace for many reasons, expansion, downsizing; but they rarely think that a dull and uninspiring office space could affect their bottom line… Studies reveal that investing in an office refurbishment that optimises the space available can increase productivity by as much as 20%!

Why not take a good look around your office, what is it saying to you? It might be that your workplace is great, productivity is up and all you’re seeing are happy motivated staff, in which case, you don’t need our input. Or, on closer inspection you begin to see flaws; worn carpets and furniture in the reception area, nowhere decent to hold client meetings, staff battling to avoid the broken chair and getting stressed because they don’t have anywhere to eat lunch or grab a quick coffee and relax.

Engaged staff are happy staff…

No-one knows what the future holds, but we do know that your office space should always reflect your company ethos if it is to be successful. You need to ensure that your staff feel inspired to give their best at all times. People who feel comfortable and get excited to go to work will always outperform those that don’t!

So, whether you are looking to freshen up your working environment, fit more people in or want to do something totally different with the space, we are confident that we can deliver. Contact us now to see how we can create a space that your team love and that represents your company culture.

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