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Annie Pilon Annie Pilon is a Senior Staff Writer for Small Business Trends, covering entrepreneur profiles, interviews, feature stories, community news and in-depth, expert-based guides. When she’s not writing she can be found on her personal blog Wattlebird, and exploring all that her home state of Michigan has to offer.

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  1. A plan can always help. While plans don’t always get fulfilled smoothly, it is still better to prepare before the move just so you can ensure that everything is in order.

  2. Hi Ann,

    Love your post! 🙂

    I got an additional to that when moving a business. One should also segregate all his stuffs and discard all the unnecessary things that is not useful or not used in the business at all to lessen the moving and also one should consider the security of his data to avoid data loss that may result to productivity loss.
    Because every data is a very important aspect in every business that’s why data security is important.

    Regards,
    -Rio

  3. Thanks for the great read. I’ve already moved my business twice now and this has always be a problem for me. Appreciate the insight!

  4. Being decisive on how to move your business without losing its productivity, sometimes can be intimidating. However, with the proper procedure and means, you can move your business without having a serious problem with regards on its productivity.

  5. I had moved exactly like this by creating a timeline and preparing my moving schedule. The only thing was that I had shifted my office with RightStar Relocations to avoid any breakage. I tried to move without them, but it seemed highly risky. Still, I appreciate your blog and the tips you have suggested.

  6. Thanks for mentioning that moving business locations can be a great time to upgrade or replace older things. I think that it would be smart to consider getting new phone systems installed since you would need to get one anyway at a new location, and that would help make sure that you could continue to have good communication at your new location too. That would probably just help make sure that you could keep everything moving smoothly while also giving you a great chance to upgrade to a phone system that worked the way you needed it too.

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