Moving Tips & Advice

Useful tips and information to help with your home or office move.

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Essential Tips To Move Your Office More Efficiently

Moving your office from one place to another requires a lot of effort and work as it means you need to move everything out of your office, including documents and equipment. So, during an office move your main concern is to get moving on time, in the minimum of time! It is easy for a competitor to take advantage of any downtime which could have a significant effect on your profit margin or sales. In this article, guest blogger Esme Craig discusses how you can make your move your office efficiently. Essential Tips To Move Your Office More Efficiently Crate Hire UK

Plan to accommodate your day to day business first

As an owner of a company, you have to think about your move at least 3 to 4 weeks ahead of your intended moving date. In general, though, it makes sense to start making plans and thinking about the logistics of your move as soon as you possibly can. Think about your day to day operations, including any scheduled business meetings, employee training, team building weekends and so on. Make sure that anything that clashes with the move is identified and rescheduled for a less hectic time.

Backup your digital data

Computers are sensitive devices, and they can lose your data if damaged during transit. To avoid loss of your business's critical data, make sure you take backups, if you can, back up to an external source for added certainty.

Move yourself or call in the professionals?

Professional office removal companies are there to help with your commercial move and will be able to provide you with expert advice and knowledge, but this expertise comes at a price! While this is the simplest and most hassle-free option to choose, for many small businesses, using a professional commercial removals firm is not an option due to budget constraints. If you are moving, make sure you order moving crates and equipment well in advance of your move. Specialists such as Crate Hire UK provide a cost-effective alternative, offering a massive selection of sturdy plastic crates that are ideal for commercial premises and office moves as they are much stronger than traditional moving boxes made out of cardboard.

Choose the best day for your move

As a business owner, you don’t want to waste any time, and you want to avoid downtime. Moving on a weekend might be a good idea if you close on the weekend. Moving later in the week is generally a good idea, especially if you will need to shut for a day or two to facilitate the move. If you move on a Thursday or a Friday, you then have the weekend to iron out any niggles. Generally, choose to move on a day when you are least busy to have the least impact upon your normal operations.

Planning and more planning!

A smooth commercial move relies heavily on planning, and I can't emphasise the importance of leaving plenty of planning time ahead of your moving day enough. Use a simple, shareable spreadsheet, and start by writing down all of the considerations. From ordering your crates or boxes right through to hiring a van and getting services like your phone line and broadband up and running at the new location. A tick-list you can share with others is probably the most important thing you'll need so don't waste time and get started immediately, and you'll find your commercial move goes smoothly and is efficient too. Good luck!

Author’s Bio

Esme Craig is a professional content writer who writes on the various topics including Removals Industry, House Improvement, E-commerce and clearance topics but currently, she is writing for theremoval.com which provides information on removal companies throughout the UK.

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Reasons You Might Consider Refurbishing

  • To compliment a re-brand
  • Change the layout or flow of your space
  • To update your fixtures and fittings with a refit
  • Your business has grown, and you need more office space
  • You want bigger premises to facilitate future growth
Once you press ahead with your decision to refurbish all or part of your building, you'll need to start planning what you'll do with your stock, and how (if at all) you can operate your business while refurbishment works are ongoing. When it comes to storing office supplies and stock, our sturdy plastic crates are ideal and we offer flexible rental terms too, making them the ideal choice for commercial refurbishments.

“Structural refurbishment can reveal hidden costs, always allow for a 10% contingency when costing your refurbishment project.”

A refurbishment might be as simple as removing existing fixtures and fittings to deep clean, decorate and change a few shop displays or desks around. It could be as complex as entirely structurally modifying your space in which case this presents additional complications and is best done in stages, so part of your premises remains usable while the refurbishment is carried out. When extensive groundworks are involved, however, staying open and running your business, as usual, may not be an option, in which can you may want to consider a brief closure or operating from a temporary base.

“Before you press on with your refurbishment consider your options carefully.”

While you might have decided that a refurbishment is your preferred option, it's worth considering relocation and not wholly ruling this out. People often assume that relocation will be the most expensive option, but this isn't always the case. Upping sticks and physically moving your location does present you with numerous challenges, and it will be disruptive, but the benefits could outweigh the inconvenience.

Benefits of Commercial Refurbishments

Increased efficiency

Changing the layout of your premises can significantly improve operational efficiency.

Improve the working environment

Sprucing up the workplace can have a very positive effect on the morale of employees which in itself can lead to high productivity.

Cost-effective

A cosmetic refurbishment means you get to make the most of what you've already got, meaning your costs are limited to just decoration, fixtures and fittings.

Attract new customers

Perhaps you've re-branded or felt it's only just time to step up your game; refurbishing your premises can do wonders for your image. Both employees and customers will benefit from an improved working or shopping environment and upgrading your premises is an excellent way of helping you to expand your reach to potential new customers or clients.

Tax relief could be available

With regards to funding your refurbishment, depending on the extent of your plans and individual circumstances, you may be able to claim capital allowances for your project. You can find out more from HMRC.

Benefits Of Relocation

Purpose built commercial units

You might get lucky and find the exact space for your needs. The right size premises, a great location and a layout that will help you increase efficiency or give you more floor or office space. This means you can pretty much move straight in with the minimum of disruption. Commercial Office Crate Hire UK

A better location

For many businesses a new position with better footfall or that is otherwise more accessible can be a massive benefit

Cheaper rent or overheads

Many rents in town centres have reduced as commercial property agents struggle to find tenants. You might discover substantially decreased leases, subsidised bills that mean lower costs. Also, find locations with government-backed grants providing cheaper rent or other incentives. You can find out more about business grants and support at the business finance and support finder. If you do decide to relocate completely, you'll need to consider the loss of business at your existing location. It's essential that you factor this into your decision and that you put appropriate marketing plans in place to ensure your customers are informed of the move. For more information, see the article marketing your business move.

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Plastic Crates to Move Stock

Making sure that you have enough crates and packaging is essential. Buy too much, and you are wasting money, too little, and you'll end up with overstuffed containers. Worst of all last-minute cardboard boxes that aren't up to the job. Cardboard boxes can lead to valuable stock being damaged. Help is at hand! Our handy crate hire calculator will help you to work out how many crates you need to hire for your shop move. Plastic crates are big and sturdy, making them ideal for clothes storage. While they aren't entirely waterproof, they will provide you with protection from the elements as they are shower-proof. Large, steel roll cages are ideal for transporting more substantial quantities of stock. With built-in shelves, the roll cages offer ample storage and are also lockable. Making roll cages secure and perfect for high-value stock items that need a significant amount of care. Clothes Jeans Folded A great way to pack clothing, especially relatively small items like t-shirts, jeans and jumpers is to use plastic moving crates. Any clothing you display folded up on shelves or out on tables can easily transfer into plastic boxes. The primary benefit of shifting your stock in crates is when you get to the other end; your clothing is undamaged, folded and ready to go. Easily lift your items out and put them straight on display!

Top Moving Tips for Clothing Shops

  • Pack like with like, pack the same size articles of clothing together and don't mix up your lines.
  • Order a variety of different sizes of crates and moving equipment because the same size plastic crate won't be the best option for all of your stock.
  • Move larger or delicate items of clothing that will crease easily on clothes rails. Make sure the rail is covered in clear plastic in case of bad weather on the day of the move.
  • Write self-adhesive crate labels and stick them to the outside of each packed crate, you will then know what stock is inside and the location it needs to be moved to at the new site.
  • Don't forget that you'll need to move crates around. Once packed they are likely to be pretty heavy as they are stronger than cardboard boxes. The easiest way to move your crates around is to use crate handling equipment. Equipment like a wheeled sack barrow or a rubber topped skate.

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Business Tips - Marketing Your Businesses Move

Moving your business presents a vast number of challenges for you to contend with; the sheer volume of tasks that need to be done to facilitate a move often means that packing and logistics take centre stage and marketing tends to be forgotten. We Are Moving Crate Hire UK The driving force behind your move might be a need to cut your costs, so perhaps you are moving to a unit with lower rent. Maybe your lease has come to an end forcing you to find somewhere new, or you could be expanding your business and moving to larger premises. Whatever the reasons for your move, you can guarantee that some of your customers won't be happy. People generally dislike change and perceive the process negatively so use this opportunity to spread awareness of some of the positive selling points of your new location. You also need to ensure that you bring as many of your old customers as possible along with you when you move to the new location. You'll also need to think about how to start targeting and building a new customer base in your new area. We Have Moved Poster Crate Hire UK Marketing is crucial, and it need not cost you the earth. There are lots of straightforward things that you can do to keep your customers informed about your move, and you can even use the move as a way to generate some positive PR for your business too.

1. Inform all of your 'walk-in' customers that you're moving

Don't leave a scribbled post-it note on your door the day you relocate, ensure you start to raise awareness of the move several weeks before it takes place. Even regular customers might only make occasional visits to your business premises, so you want to start advertising your move at least a month ahead of the move date. For several weeks after you move, you are likely to get customers turning up at the old location. If your old premises is vacant, then there should be no problem in leaving some signage or at least a poster up informing people of your move and providing details of your new address and contact details. Make sure any posters or flyers you get printed state clearly when you are moving and your new address. It's also a great idea to list some of the positive features of the new location which will help to encourage people to visit you there, so pointing out things like free parking or a bigger range of products is a great idea. When customers come in to see you in the weeks before your move, make sure you have a flyer they can take away with them that gives them all the information they'll need to know.

Vital information to tell your customers

  • The date of your move
  • Address of your new location
  • Opening date at your new location
  • Your revised opening hours
  • Contact details
  • Map and directions
  • Positive selling points of new location
Flyers and an advert in the local paper, posters, a landing page on your website, blog or news posts and social media posts should cover all significant bases.

2. Promote your arrival in a new area

A great way to celebrate opening up your business in a new place is to have an opening event. Either a 1-day grand opening event or perhaps a weekend or a full week of sales that will help drum up interest in your business and will help spread awareness.
  • Publish a voucher code on your website or a daily deals website giving people a discount
  • Do some outside advertising, hand out flyers and balloons in the town centre, book a billboard, or advertise on the side of local buses or taxi's
  • Place an advert in the local newspaper and tempt people in which a special opening offer
  • Hold an event for other local businesses so you can get to know each other
  • Give new customers a special welcome gift or offer

3. Update your website contact page

Make sure that you update your website's contact or find us page as soon as possible with detailed information on your new location and if you are nearby, give people directions from your old site, so they become familiar with to your new business address.

4. Use your blog and social media

Creating a unique landing page for your website is a great idea, or failing this, make sure you write a blog or news article about your forthcoming move. You can put a banner on your homepage to give your relocation added visibility and then you can post about the move across your various social media channels too.

5. Update all of your online business listings

Updating all of your contact details in the many online and print business directories can be a long and laborious process. Start by making a spreadsheet and noting down all of the websites that list your businesses details – you need to think of Yell, Scoot and so on but a general search in Google for your business name should reveal most of the other websites that link to you.

6. Email your customers

Use the power of your mailing list to let all of your previous customers know about your move and new location; this is also a great way to encourage lapsed customers to use your services or buy from you again.

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Crate Hire For Shop Owners Moving Location

In this article, we'll be giving you some advice on how to move your shop's location with ease. Shop Workers Crate Hire UK Are you a shop owner moving location? If so, read on to find out why hiring heavy duty plastic crates is the ideal solution for you. As if moving your location wasn't stressful enough, moving all of your stock can create a real headache. For shop owners with a lot of stock to move, making sure you get it all to your new location in tip-top condition is essential and isn't something that is achieved using cardboard boxes, so plastic crates are a great solution.

Before You Move Your Shop

Start running down your inventory and pause deliveries of new stock immediately before your move is scheduled. A sale is a great way to shift items you don't want to take with you and helps cut down on the number of crates and boxes you'll need to hire. Arrange to have new stock delivered to the new location a day or so after the move; this will allow for any unforeseen hiccups and means you don't have to deal with deliveries before everything is set up at the new location. Try and obtain the keys to your new premises ahead of the move date so you can start organising the back room, ensuring you are ready to receive deliveries of new stock and all the contents from your existing shop. Don't forget your fixtures and fittings as well as extras like your cash tills, POS displays and computers – we've got specialist moving equipment that can help you move all of these items.
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Plastic moving crates are ideal for
  • Shop owners moving fixtures, fittings and stock
  • Service providers such as hairdressers and beauticians
  • Service companies like solicitors and accountants
 

Why Choose Our Crates?

One of the most important considerations when it comes to moving fixtures and fittings is that they arrive undamaged and that products arrive in perfectly saleable condition. For this reason, cardboard boxes are rarely used in a commercial move. Instead, you will find that plastic crates offer a superior solution, ideal for commercial shop moves.
Plastic crates are
  • Strong and durable
  • Protect your shop's inventory from the elements
  • Containers have lids and can be stacked to maximise on space
  • Can be easily moved using crate handling trolleys
  • Rigid so will keep the contents inside from being crushed
If you aren't sure how many crates you'll need to pack all of the contents of your shop into, you can use our handy online office moves calculator, or why not give us a call on 0845 835 4870 we'd be happy to advise you further.

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Crate Hire UK - Crate Hire for Shop Owners Moving Location

  Crate Hire UK Ad Banner" ["post_title"]=> string(42) "Crate Hire For Shop Owners Moving Location" ["post_excerpt"]=> string(173) "One of the most important considerations when it comes to moving fixtures and fittings is that they arrive undamaged and that products arrive in perfect saleable condition. " ["post_status"]=> string(7) "publish" ["comment_status"]=> string(4) "open" ["ping_status"]=> string(4) "open" ["post_password"]=> string(0) "" ["post_name"]=> string(42) "crate-hire-for-shop-owners-moving-location" ["to_ping"]=> string(0) "" ["pinged"]=> string(0) "" ["post_modified"]=> string(19) "2018-09-11 07:30:46" ["post_modified_gmt"]=> string(19) "2018-09-11 06:30:46" ["post_content_filtered"]=> string(0) "" ["post_parent"]=> int(0) ["guid"]=> string(48) "http://cratehire-v2.local/crate-hire-blog/?p=227" ["menu_order"]=> int(0) ["post_type"]=> string(4) "post" ["post_mime_type"]=> string(0) "" ["comment_count"]=> string(1) "0" ["filter"]=> string(3) "raw" } [5]=> object(WP_Post)#6769 (24) { ["ID"]=> int(225) ["post_author"]=> string(1) "1" ["post_date"]=> string(19) "2013-06-04 12:15:02" ["post_date_gmt"]=> string(19) "2013-06-04 12:15:02" ["post_content"]=> string(6363) "If you are encountering any of the problems laid out below, it could well be time to put your property on the market and move. Read on for our 5 signs that it could be time to move home.

5 Signs That It Could Be Time To Move

1. You've Run Out Of Space

You might feel like your house is never tidy and that there is 'stuff' everywhere or you might be climbing over boxes to get from one end of the living room to the other. When you start having to use your stairs, bathroom and dining table for extra storage space and when your cupboards, shelves and drawers are all fit to burst, it might well be time to consider moving to somewhere bigger! Your first step should always be a sensible de-clutter – even if you do decide to move de-cluttering is an excellent way of ensuring you only move with the essentials. Take a look at our article 5 Tips to help you de-clutter before you move. Out-growing a property is quite common and can be the result of your family expanding, a gradual accumulation of possessions or even the result of taking up a new hobby. If you've filled your garage with everything but the kitchen sink and you can't remember the last time there was space for an actual car, it's time to put your house on the market and look at getting something more significant.

2. You've Got Too Much Space

If your once busy and bustling family home has since become a good bit quieter due to children flying the nest, you might find yourself rattling around a house that now feels much too big. A sure sign that your house is too big is having rooms that you never go into or use; for most of us this might sound like a bit of a luxury, but for many, it is a reality and means your property is probably more significant than it needs to be.

Selling up and downsizing can be a great way of releasing some equity or cutting your rent or mortgage payments.

3. No Ties To The Area

Many of us link to a specific place as a direct result of school catchment areas, family ties or because of proximity to our workplaces. Once your children or family move away, or if you take a new job in a different area, however, you might realise that you are living in an area or property that you don't particularly need or want to be in.

Now is probably a great time to make an objective assessment – your current location might have been suitable in the past, but circumstances change and your home may no longer tick all the boxes that it once did. If you find this is the case and you've got itchy feet and general apathy towards your home or the area you live in, it's probably time to move on!

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Selling a property that isn't right for you can lead to huge relief!

4. You spend all of your time commuting

Let's face it; there is nothing quite so tedious as a long daily commute. According to one study reported by the BBC British commuters have the longest journeys to work in Europe and face an average commute time of 45 minutes each way. Living rurally and commuting into the city does have its benefits, but you need to make sure that your work life balance is making you happy. If you are getting increasingly frustrated with your long commute, you need to consider the options. Weigh up the relative costs and benefits of moving closer to where you work – property might well cost you more, but the amount of time you'll get back will be rewarding and mean you are more time-rich than before. Likewise, changing your job will mean a lot of upheavals and short-term uncertainty, but in the long run, you could find the benefits of changing your job far outweigh the negatives, especially if you love your home and don't want to move.

5. Moaning About Your Neighbours Has Become Your Number One Pass Time

If you've ever been unlucky enough to have a noisy or anti-social neighbour, you'll undoubtedly be able to relate to this point. It's entirely reasonable to experience noise from your neighbours annual summer BBQ or Christmas party, but consistent sound, be it loud music, arguing, a barking dog or whatever, really can take its toll and is a sure fire way to make you fall out of love with your home. While moving may seem like a drastic action, if you've exhausted all other avenues and have failed to reach an amicable agreement, then moving might be a genuine consideration. It's a big step to take, so it's best to try and find other reasons to move too – perhaps to live in a different type of property (swapping a semi for a detached property will do wonders for your sanity) or to move closer to friends or family for example.

If you are looking for ideas on how to deal with noisy neighbours, take a look at how to resolve neighbour disputes.

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Crate Hire UK - 5 Signs That It Could Be Time To Move!

  Crate Hire UK Ad Banner  " ["post_title"]=> string(37) "5 Signs That It Could Be Time To Move" ["post_excerpt"]=> string(126) "If you are encountering any of the problems laid out below, it could well be time to put your property on the market and move." ["post_status"]=> string(7) "publish" ["comment_status"]=> string(4) "open" ["ping_status"]=> string(4) "open" ["post_password"]=> string(0) "" ["post_name"]=> string(37) "5-signs-that-it-could-be-time-to-move" ["to_ping"]=> string(0) "" ["pinged"]=> string(0) "" ["post_modified"]=> string(19) "2019-10-14 19:00:19" ["post_modified_gmt"]=> string(19) "2019-10-14 18:00:19" ["post_content_filtered"]=> string(0) "" ["post_parent"]=> int(0) ["guid"]=> string(48) "http://cratehire-v2.local/crate-hire-blog/?p=225" ["menu_order"]=> int(0) ["post_type"]=> string(4) "post" ["post_mime_type"]=> string(0) "" ["comment_count"]=> string(1) "0" ["filter"]=> string(3) "raw" } [6]=> object(WP_Post)#6768 (24) { ["ID"]=> int(221) ["post_author"]=> string(1) "1" ["post_date"]=> string(19) "2013-04-12 17:07:50" ["post_date_gmt"]=> string(19) "2013-04-12 17:07:50" ["post_content"]=> string(5037) "Watch any TV property show, and you'll hear the term 'kerb appeal' pop up time and time again, but what exactly is it and why is it important? Kerb appeal forms the basis of the decision-making process and has the power to make or break a house sale literally. It takes a potential home buyer just 7 seconds to form an initial impression of a property, so making sure your home looks attractive on the outside is just as important as making sure it is neat and tidy on the inside! Making the most of the way your house looks on the outside makes sense - do you really want to put people off before they have even walked through the door? Presenting your property well ensures that those crucial first impressions are positive. The Importance of Kerb Appeal When Selling Your Home Appraising your property in the same way that buyers will do is difficult because you are so familiar with your home, so the first thing to do is to walk to the end of your drive and take a good hard look at the front of your property. When you live somewhere, you get used to your surroundings, and you stop 'seeing' them. When a potential home buyer pulls up outside your house they are in a hyper-critical frame of mind already – buying a property is a significant decision and not one that people make lightly after all. With a critical, appraising eye, you can bet that the flaking window paint, border weeds and wonky gate will be the very first thing they see, and they won't be impressed! Of all the reasons why a property will take longer to sell, kerb appeal is pretty high up there so it's worth getting it right.

5 easy tips to improve the kerb appeal of your property

1. Mow the lawn

Make sure to mow your lawn and that it is well watered. An overgrown or dead looking garden won't do you any favours and neither will messy borders or big clumps of weeds, so make sure you invest some time into making sure your front garden looks lovely. Water it, mow the lawn and tidy up your borders.

2. Spruce up your front door

How does your front door look? Is there paint flaking off it? Are the numbers bright, shiny and nicely lined up? Polish your letterbox and other door furniture, and if you need to give your door a new coat of paint, it's well worth doing so - a bright, fresh coat of paint can really help to lift your homes exterior and If your front door and/or door furniture really have seen better days, get them replaced!

3. Squeaky clean windows

Make sure your windows are clean – dirty windows make a house look unloved, and it doesn't take much time to do. Also, check the frames. If you have wooden window frames make sure they are in good repair, flaking paint looks terrible so get them re-painted if necessary as viewers might believe they will need to replace the windows; potentially knocking thousands off their offer price. If you have uPVC windows, make sure the frames are all spotless – it's swift and easy to do this, so there is no excuse!

4. Hanging baskets and planters

If you have a small space and no real frontage, adding a pretty hanging basket, window box or some containers of flowers can be an effective way of making your property look loved and improving its overall presentation.

5. Mend broken gates and fences

You need to pay careful attention to fences and gates. Oil the hinges on your gate, give it a rub down and a new lick of paint, or even replace it if it has seen better days. Remember, any money you spend is usually easily recouped through the sale of your property, and you're much more likely to achieve the asking price if potential buyers see fewer cosmetic flaws inside your home. Even on a modest budget, there are lots of smart, quick and easy fixes you can make to your house to boost its kerb appeal, so make sure your home makes the right first impression to maximise your chance of bagging that vital offer!

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Crate Hire UK - The Importance Of Kerb Appeal When Selling Your Home

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6 essential tips for show exhibitors

1. It’s never too early to start planning your exhibition!

Any stand bigger than around 10x10 is going to need thought putting into its design. For small stands at smaller shows, you might get away with a simple modular display with a few popup banners, but for larger stands, you’ll need to find a stand designer. If you are a retailer, start planning the products you want to sell at the event as you’ll need to ensure you order extra to cover both the event and your everyday business. Deciding on the stock is also critical as it will allow you to figure out how much stock storage space you will need to hire at the venue (generally you’ll have storage for around two pallets available at an additional cost).

2. Create a design brief and approach more than one stand designer

Before you can decide on a stand building company, you’ll need to decide on a budget and design. If you are selling, you’ll want to maximise the number of areas you can merchandise. If you are service-based, you’ll want your stand to be warm and inviting so people can wander on and get talking to you. Whatever your business, your stand needs to fit with your visual identity, and it needs to meet your objectives of driving sales or encouraging enquiries successfully. Put together a simple list of requirements and if you’ve seen other stand designs you like, let the companies you know! Designing Your Trade Show Stand Crate Hire UK Whatever you do don’t just go with the first company you approach as prices and quality of service can vary greatly, even for very similar stand designs. Get this decision right, and it’s one less thing you have to worry about, but bear in mind you will need to be approaching stand builders for initial quotes and design concepts at least two months in advance.

3. Packing, storage and logistics

Once you know how much stock you will be taking you can start working out how that translates to pallet loads and how individual boxes and crates are packed. My top tip here is to make sure that all boxes and crates are labelled well on the outside. When you start dealing with a dozen or more pallets, knowing what stock is where is essential, so it pays to be organised and packing like with like might sound obvious, but can often be overlooked. At the very first exhibition, I project managed I forgot completely about how I’d get stock from the on-site warehouse to our stand. Luckily a friendly exhibitor next door to us was happy to lend me their hand trolly or sack barrow, but it was a close call! Take a look at our crate handling equipment options. If you are planning on several pallets of stock, you’ll need to book a courier or hire a van, again, do this in advance and if you can get a few quotes to compare prices as haulage costs differ dramatically!

4. Pack a stand/back-office essentials box!

Your essentials box needs to include all of those little things you take for granted, that are close to hand back in your office or at your base. Essentials for trade shows in the past have included sellotape, blu-tac, printer paper, spare printer ink, energy drinks (lots of!), marker pens, pallet wrap, scissors, petty cash, change and tin, calculator and price stickers to change prices on the fly. Try and plan for worst-case scenarios as best as you can, with lo-tech alternatives in case any tech or electrical services fail you on the day.

5. Make advanced bookings to save money

As soon as you’ve confirmed your stand space, think about deciding on the team who’ll attend the show and get travel and hotel arrangements sorted. The earlier you can get these booked the cheaper they will be. Also, with significant consumer events, local hotels do get booked up very quickly so don’t leave these until the last minute, or you might find yourself facing a long trek to and from the exhibition centre each day!

6. Make a statement with funky furniture

Don't forget that once you've got your stand design agreed, you'll still need to furnish your stand with things like glass showcase cabinets to display your products, and furniture too! Poseur style tables paired with stools work really well at trade shows and exhibitions, providing somewhere for your sales team to sit and chat to potential customers, and giving visitors somewhere to sit and take a break. Hire companies like Funky Furniture provide exhibition essentials and furniture hire to ensure your stand will look great.

Packing & Storage Crates for Trade Shows and Exhibitions

Another top tip for planning a trade show is plan early and don’t overlook your packing, storage and logistics requirements. You will want to keep your stock safe while it’s in transit so you’ll need something strong and durable. Plastic packing crates are perfect for the job. If you go for lidded options, you also have the benefit of being able to stack them, a great way to help cut down on expensive on-site storage costs. No matter what storage crates or boxes you use, you will need a way of transporting them from delivery vehicles to your stand or storage area. For this reason, my top tip is to make sure you have a wheeled hand trolley or cart. Crates will stack easily onto these and makes it much easier to move your stock around. Take a look at our storage crates and all of our crate handling and moving equipment. There is no getting away from the fact that trade shows and exhibitions are stressful, but with proper preparation and planning, you can minimise stress and help to ensure you pull the event of successfully! While they are a lot of hard work, they are also lots of fun. You can’t beat being out of the office and face to face with your suppliers and customers and even chatting with your competitors can prove enlightening! If you aren’t sure about your requirements and can’t decide how many storage crates or boxes you need for your trade show or exhibition, get in touch with us today – we are always happy to help in any way we can!

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Essential Tips To Move Your Office More Efficiently

Moving your office from one place to another requires a lot of effort and work as it means you need to move everything out of your office, including documents and equipment. So, during an office move your main concern is to get moving on time, in the minimum of time! It is easy for a competitor to take advantage of any downtime which could have a significant effect on your profit margin or sales. In this article, guest blogger Esme Craig discusses how you can make your move your office efficiently. Essential Tips To Move Your Office More Efficiently Crate Hire UK

Plan to accommodate your day to day business first

As an owner of a company, you have to think about your move at least 3 to 4 weeks ahead of your intended moving date. In general, though, it makes sense to start making plans and thinking about the logistics of your move as soon as you possibly can. Think about your day to day operations, including any scheduled business meetings, employee training, team building weekends and so on. Make sure that anything that clashes with the move is identified and rescheduled for a less hectic time.

Backup your digital data

Computers are sensitive devices, and they can lose your data if damaged during transit. To avoid loss of your business's critical data, make sure you take backups, if you can, back up to an external source for added certainty.

Move yourself or call in the professionals?

Professional office removal companies are there to help with your commercial move and will be able to provide you with expert advice and knowledge, but this expertise comes at a price! While this is the simplest and most hassle-free option to choose, for many small businesses, using a professional commercial removals firm is not an option due to budget constraints. If you are moving, make sure you order moving crates and equipment well in advance of your move. Specialists such as Crate Hire UK provide a cost-effective alternative, offering a massive selection of sturdy plastic crates that are ideal for commercial premises and office moves as they are much stronger than traditional moving boxes made out of cardboard.

Choose the best day for your move

As a business owner, you don’t want to waste any time, and you want to avoid downtime. Moving on a weekend might be a good idea if you close on the weekend. Moving later in the week is generally a good idea, especially if you will need to shut for a day or two to facilitate the move. If you move on a Thursday or a Friday, you then have the weekend to iron out any niggles. Generally, choose to move on a day when you are least busy to have the least impact upon your normal operations.

Planning and more planning!

A smooth commercial move relies heavily on planning, and I can't emphasise the importance of leaving plenty of planning time ahead of your moving day enough. Use a simple, shareable spreadsheet, and start by writing down all of the considerations. From ordering your crates or boxes right through to hiring a van and getting services like your phone line and broadband up and running at the new location. A tick-list you can share with others is probably the most important thing you'll need so don't waste time and get started immediately, and you'll find your commercial move goes smoothly and is efficient too. Good luck!

Author’s Bio

Esme Craig is a professional content writer who writes on the various topics including Removals Industry, House Improvement, E-commerce and clearance topics but currently, she is writing for theremoval.com which provides information on removal companies throughout the UK.

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