Are you relocating your small business to another state? That is a big step toward a better future, but you must plan it correctly. If this is your first corporate long-distance move, you should consider hiring a reliable moving company. You certainly need the one that you can trust. You can stop searching, because Cross Country Movers offers all types of services you might need. Our movers have got much experience in moving private and business property. You can rely on us regarding the safety of your move. We are also familiar with all the regulations and rules that you must follow while transporting belongings to another state. Feel free to give us a call today and discuss with one of our agents any issues or concerns you may have.
Downtown vs. suburbs
You are undoubtedly aware of the fact that the new location is essential to your business. It will significantly affect your profit. The area has much impact on your logistics and customer service. Now let's see the benefits you can have when you move your business to another place:
Reduction of expenses:
Now you can choose to have a smaller place to do your business and reduce your costs that way. Working in a small office or a store you will spend less electricity, heating, and lightning. If you rent a place, your rent will be lower, and the mortgage will be less than in your old place.
You will have access to economic development assistance when you move to a new area, since the local government wants to attract various businesses to its neighborhood. That way they create new job opportunities and the earn money from taxes. They can offer you reduced utility rates, a free place for your business for a particular time, a credit, or a free worker training program.
Moving to another state can eliminate inventory taxes, your income taxes, and lower your sales taxes. Your tax burden will be reduced, at least in the first year. Consult the local government about all the options they have for your business there.
Figure out the best ways to attract new customers and keep the old ones, if possible. You can also keep your business at your old location if you hire a person who will be in charge to communicate with your former clients. That way you would double the number of your clients. It depends on the type of the business you run. It will be convenient for you to use your history of sales and operations in your new place.
Since you already have much experience in running your own business and you are about to start all over again in a new place, you can learn from the mistakes you have made while starting it. Think it through and improve your business by avoiding old mistakes.