Making a Big Impact in Small Spaces

Making a Big Impact in Small Spaces

November 22, 2017

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It’s not about amount, but rather how you optimize what you do have. Space is something which can be hard to come by; real estate decisions (for personal or professional purposes) are usually made based on cost and space. Since both of these things can fluctuate due to location and other factors, understand that it is alright to choose the more affordable space (which more than likely will be smaller), as long as you lay it out in an effective way in order to optimize and utilize all space.

“With an uptick in remote participation, the appropriately-equipped small meeting room can be exactly the right space to connect with team members in several places about the visual and data-rich deliverables demanded by an increasingly more dynamic business environment. Growth in the number of these rooms is increasing, as companies identify them as the cornerstone of increasing productivity of their workforces. In a January report, Wainhouse Research placed the number of small to medium meeting spaces at more than 45 million globally. This transformation of small spaces is also tackling an additional challenge for organizations: engaging and motivating millennials, the first digital native generation.” (Lilian Bories, nojitter.com)

At Burovision, we can help your organization optimize any space to best meet your needs and maximize efficiency which can promote positive growth and work flow.



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