Small Business goes High-Tech

By | May 16, 2011

Anyone who has ever started up a small business will know how difficult it can be to get the right location, both in terms of being an attractive proposition to clients and customers but also in terms of practicality. While many of us start our own ventures in a spare bedroom, study or even the garage, the thought of working like this indefinitely isn’t always appealing.

Being able to get out there and rent your own office space is the next obvious step forward and, thanks to the internet, that’s now way easier than it ever used to be. In fact, these days it’s possible to go on the hunt for desk and office space using comparison websites, in much the same way as you’d look for the best broadband or mobile phone deal.

The way forward

Moving into your own rented desk or office area is certainly likely to change your outlook on modern office working practice. If you shop around on the web you’ll find that thanks to the current economic climate there are now oodles of great offices that are available and often for a very decent rent. Of course, the other great thing about many of these is that they’re generally in prime locations.

So, if you’re looking to give your business an added sense of credibility then lookout for city centre locations and/or business parks. Many of these locations are either purpose built or have been renovated to meet the exacting standards required by modern day businesses. This will invariably mean that you’ll be able
to enjoy high-speed networking possibilities thanks to ADSL broadband or cable internet.

High-tech benefits

The modern office amenities, including high-speed internet, means that you’ll find productivity can be increased while at the same time you’ll have none of the administrative hassles of owning your own premises. In fact, if you opt for a shared office scenario you’ll probably get things like receptionists, post and also
IT support thrown in as part of the rental package.

So, not only will you have state of the art technology at your disposal, there should be plenty of experts around to help out if you run into difficulties. These modern office setups will naturally have integrated phone networks and all of the other technology needed to run a tight ship too.

If you’re looking to expand a business and take on more people, then starting out with a desk rental option and then moving over to a shared office setup could prove both highly efficient and very cost effective. If you’re looking to save money, keep your overheads down and also increase the turnover of
your venture then it’s well wroth spending some time doing your office rental comparison homework before you sign on the dotted line.

On the up

Using the internet to carry out a web search for the properties that are most relevant to you and your business needs means that you’ll instantly be able to see what the going rate is for the office space that you require. What’s more, if you have specific high-tech requirements, then the overview of office space for
rent will often document this in great detail.

That means you’ll be able to pinpoint an idea location that features all of the infrastructure you need in just a few clicks of your mouse.

About the author: Rob Clymo writes for Office Genie, the UK’s first proper online marketplace for desk space and shared office space.

2 thoughts on “Small Business goes High-Tech

  1. Jamie Lewis

    I enjoy reading this article. All big businesses are start in small ones. We are very thankful because we have a very high tech gadgets that can help us to improve our business.

    For those who only have a very small business, don’t lose hope because someday it will be going to improve if we work and try hard.

  2. Andrew

    Hi Jamie,

    Cheers for dropping by and leaving a comment. You are absolutely correct, hard work is important.

    All the best

    Andrew

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