The Ultimate Moving Checklist

When your business is moving offices, it can be a logistical nightmare. Not only do you have to worry about the physical moving of your office, but also coordinating people AND keeping your business running. It’s hard to keep track of everything you have to do! Versature has developed the Ultimate Moving Checklist to help your office move go smoothly. In the meantime here are the top 6 things that should be on your to-do list.

1. Contact Your Service Providers

You provide excellent service to your customers, but you also need to make sure you contact your service providers to ensure they can provide uninterrupted service to your business.

2. Preserve Your Online Identity

Don’t accidentally give your customers misinformation! Update your virtual homes (like your website and social media profiles) to make sure your company’s address information reflects your new office location.

3. Focus on Customer Success

Make sure your customers are kept in the loop so they know to watch out for potential service interruptions during your big move. This is your chance to proactively wow your customers with the same level of amazing service you already provide throughout your move.

4. Get your IT in Order

Ensuring that all of your IT is backed up and ready to move will make your office move seamless.

5. Get Some Press Coverage

Moving is a great opportunity to make the business news and get some additional visibility for your company!

6. Engage Your Employees

Keep your employees engaged throughout the entire process so they stay in the know and pumped about your new office location!

But wait, there’s more!

We know all about office moves and have created the Ultimate Moving Checklist with more tips, best practices and ideas to guide you through the most important things to consider when you move office locations.

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About Hannah Warren

Hannah is Versature's Creative & Brand Owner, responsible for maintaining Versature's brand and creating everything design-related for the Marketing team. When she's not attached to her Starbucks cup and her Wacom tablet, she can be found in the dance studio practicing her pirouettes or snuggling up with her chihuahua, Stella.