When considering your company's future growth, upgrading your office can--and should--be central to your strategy. Ideally your workspace should be organized, professional looking, and representative of your brand's consumer-facing image. It should also be designed with space in mind. Firms--no matter their sizes--should ask themselves how much space is really needed to conduct business? And are their spaces used to maximum effect? Simply put, doing more with less space is a practical business decision since smaller, optimized offices are less expensive to build, operate and maintain.
The following ideas for creating harder-working offices will inspire you to get the most out of your space.
Graham Hill is a serial entrepreneur and founder of LifeEdited, a specialty consultancy that works with architects and real estate developers to design and market buildings that optimize for space.