Category: Outside the Box

International Office Relocation

Opening or moving your existing office to another country is an exciting privilege not many companies get to experience. Once you’ve discovered which employees will be making the move, you can begin the process of making this move as efficient as possible for your business. Visas and/or Work Permits Require that your employees apply for …

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How Professionals Handle Commercial Moves

  Residential moving can be a complicated job. Moving a business adds even more layers of complexity. When moving a business, you want a moving company that adheres to your timeline and budget. A full service commercial moving company saves your business money by reducing downtime and ensuring you open on schedule at your new …

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Reduce Downtime During An Office Move

  Time is money. Every business wants to operate in the most cost effective way possible, especially during relocation. Moving your business represents a period of change in your company, which usually means taking a risk. This can be really positive for the long-term growth of your company, so you don’t want to risk the …

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Do Millennials Buy Houses Or Rent?

There’s been a lot of speculation about why Millennials have continued to rent more than they buy houses. Millennials are now the biggest generation in the country, and there’s some worry as to why they are less likely to invest in property than previous generations. The following are a few of the reasons why Millennials …

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Please Don’t Ask Us To Move These Items

Although our movers have the training and equipment necessary to allow us to move all kinds of fragile items, heavy items and furniture, there are still a number of things that we cannot move for safety and liability purposes. The following are some of the items that we cannot help you move: Hazardous materials – …

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Expats Dealing With Culture Shock

Moving to another country can be a very exciting experience; however, you may end up experiencing a bit of culture shock as well, which can be difficult to deal with. Learning how to identify culture shock and knowing how to deal with it will help you enjoy living in a different country. Identifying Culture Shock …

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Relocating Data Centers

When it comes to relocating a business, moving companies with corporate moving experience should have no problem handling the task, which generally involves the breaking down, storage, transportation, and assembly of equipment. However, relocating a data center is a whole different challenge that not all moving companies can handle. The Challenges of Relocating a Data Center …

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Employee Relocation and Retention

Relocating your business comes with a whole set of challenges that need to be addressed. Besides the logistics involved with actually moving and transporting all of your equipment to your new location quickly and safely, as well as having it set up with as little downtime as possible, you should also consider the effect it might …

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Best Cities to Move In the US

The 2017 Best Places to Live rankings are in from U.S. News. Here’s our pick for the Top 7 Best Cities to Move in the U.S. We tried to represent different regions in our picks: Washington, D.C. If you crave East Coast urbanism but balk at the cost of living in New York and Boston, the …

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What to Know About Your New Neighborhood

Everyone in real estate knows how much location matters. As you look forward to your life in a new location, consider what your day-to-day routine might look like. Thanks to the Mayflower Neighborhood Guide, you don’t have to wait to explore your new neighborhood. Use the interactive map to find: Hardware and home improvement stores …

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