When moving your startup into its first office, you’ll need to consider several things. Pre-planning with consideration to the areas below will result in a smooth startup-to-office transition that can save your business substantial time and legal headaches in the long term:
- Inspect Nearby Infrastructure
- Walk the Neighborhood
- Analyze the Lease
- Look Into Insurance
- Define Your Office Climate
Read more: How to Move Your Startup Into Its First Office [Tech.co]
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