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Here's my office -- -- in the first impression that a customer has about how you run your business.
You want to make sure that you set it up in a way.
That is effective for you to do your work and also really matches your brand for your customers I'm Pamela -- founder of escape from cubicle nation and professional business cuts the first thing you want to think about for your small office furniture.
Is design you really want it to fit.
They need that you have for the kind of work that you do it's also fit the spirit of your brand how your customers know you what image are you trying to project if you're trying to protect that you're -- Professional solid established.
Financial planner you probably -- -- -- furniture that really matches that image that really matches who you are.
So think in terms of what kind of design that you want to protect your customers second.
It's good if you can buy your furniture in a modular fashion so when your first starting in May have limited budget but you may grow as your business grows and you don't want to just choose to buy one huge piece of furniture that -- you can't break apart and use in different ways the third thing is to have some abilities so that as your business needs change.
As -- your customer needs change you're able to move things around in such a way that shows.
Freshness and newness in your brand I think.
The one thing that businesses today need to do is to always keep things updated -- changing so make sure that you're able to do that not stuck with furniture that keeps you in one place this is Pamela -- that.
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