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Impact of Brexit on Business in the UK

Impact of Brexit on Business in the UK

London, United Kingdom – The June 2016 referendum vote of the UK electorate to leave the European Union (EU) undoubtedly came as a surprise to most people and businesses. Almost all business owners were forced to consider how the possible political and economic changes would affect their business and the broader economy in the United Kingdom. Many have had their businesses negatively affected by the financial fluctuations (though exporters have generally benefitted) that are currently occurring and have had to think long and hard about all aspects of their business. Costs have always been subject to scrutiny within any business but more so in soon to be apost Brexit world. Business owners have had to consider creative solutions – new technology, plant investment to reduce staff costs and many more. One strategy has been business relocation.

The impact of Brexit has forced many businesses to reconsider their current financial status and the likely impact moving forward upon that status. Some businesses have started to lay off workers, others have had to slow production and many have had to delay planned investment or expansion. The last few years have seen many changes in how we view work and innovations in workplace practices. Changes such as flexible home working, ‘hot desking’ and the increase in serviced offices have resulted in an opportunity for businesses to re evaluate their needs. Even where office space cannot be reduced there is potential to either renegotiate leases (as seen particularly in the retail sector) or indeed move to less costly premises.

However, moving to new business premises can be a hugely effective cost saving strategy. With more affordable leasing options and lower rental/lease costs can significantly lower the financial overhead of running a business. Considering the current economic situation in the United Kingdom, office relocation becomes a viable cost saving option. 

Office removal companies in London provide professional services such as relocation, packing, removal crates and storage for surplus furniture and equipment. Whilst there are companies that will offer cheaper prices for these services they do not have the experience and expertise of a dedicated office relocation company. One such professional company, Casey’s Office Relocation, assists companies and businesses relocate to new, cheaper locations. Their main hub of operation resides in the Central London area, and they have helped many customers to efficiently move their entire operation to new locations. In addition to commercial and corporate businesses, they also provide specialised moving services for other organizations, such as hospital wards and museum exhibits. They offer relocation, packing, dismantling of office furniture, decommissioning and recommissioning of IT and storage for every kind of business.

For businesses looking for corporate relocation in London, few offer the professionalism and minimal disruption that Casey’s Office Relocations provide. The company is prepared to work evenings, nights, and weekends to ensure that the moved business is up and running at full efficiency as soon as possible.

As Brexit uncertainty continues for the immediately foreseeable future, the reduction of business costs becomes a necessity for many businesses. For many businesses, relocation is not only viable, but a productive and advantageous option.

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Company Name: Casey’s Office Relocations
Contact Person: John Casey
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 08006335932
Address:4 Old Park Ln, Mayfair
City: London W1K 1QW
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.caseysofficerelocations.com/