When you’re thinking of starting your own business venture, it pays to make all the right choices as early as possible.
If it’s financially viable for you, it would be best not to ‘make do’ with a workspace that’s sub-optimum, for example.
And in some sense, your workspace will essentially BE your business if you’re working alone and doing work activities at home – at least in terms of being a physical representation of your endeavor.
Do you want that business workspace to be somewhere that’s ‘okay’ or somewhere that’s ‘fantastic’?
One way to achieve the latter sort of space is to buy one of the garden offices from The Garden Office. You can have it created and decorated as you want it, while enjoying the sophisticated style that comes as standard.
Even if, for some reason, you don’t opt for a garden office right away when beginning your one-person business venture, knowing the option is there is a great part of having a plan for the future of your business.
It might be that you decide to invest in one of these when you have been trading for, say, a year and things are going well. You might then want a more specialised, permanent space for the business.
But we’d recommend getting one straight away if possible – after all, it’s better to have an optimum space now, than have to battle with a sub-optimum space for months.
And sub-optimum might be the phrase for the space you have if, for example, you’re making do with a uninspiring spare room in the house or you’re travelling to a an office space you’re renting and thus eating into your working day with travel.
The act of purchasing a garden office will give you the feeling that, yes, this business is a serious venture.
And, if the worst happens and you need to change your business plans, you can always use the luxury structure you’ve had created for another means.
Take into account all you and your businesses’ needs when you are planning an office in the garden. These will help you get an idea of exactly how you want to space to be.
Smaller offices are perfect when space isn’t plentiful on your land, for example. But where possible, you should consider going for something larger.
As business activity gets up and running, the room could come in all the more handy if it has, for example, extra room to sit down with clients and talk things through with them, in it.
The place you’ll be working in is one of the important factors to think about when you’re going to have your own business.
Of course, it probably comes after other vital issues like raising funding and putting together a business plan that will inspire you and others.
There’s lots of useful advice available on all of this online, which provides a great way for anyone thinking about having a business of their own to get started with the process.
And if, while you’re doing all this, you decide a garden office might be for you when it comes to working on the business at home, do feel free to phone The Garden Office and talk through your needs on 01296 328555.