We offer the following specialist services:
Once the decision has been made to move offices and new premises have been found, use our checklist (pdf file can be downloaded below) to help make your move easier. With so many things to remember, it is easy to overlook telling your electricity, gas or water supplier or giving your telecoms provider sufficient notice of the date of your move. Moving also provides you with an opportunity to review your current set-up. A couple of questions for you to consider:
Once the decision has been made to move office and new premises have been found, use our checklist to help make your move as efficient and stress free as possible.
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If you are starting or have just set up a new business, it is imperative to keep costs to a minimum at the same time as ensuring that you have chosen a business supplier that gives you excellent customer service.
Many small businesses begin by choosing a residential telecom/broadband package. Although this may seem attractive because of the lower monthly cost savings, the problems start if there is a fault. With poor customer service and no named account manager, hours can be wasted on the phone trying to resolve the problem. We can help you choose the most suitable start-up/small business package for your requirements. This can include one or more of the following – telecoms, broadband, line rental and mobile solutions.
In the event of a major disaster or a minor incident, continued operations are vital for any business. We can advise you of the most suitable solution for your business which can include:
In UK, we get our energy from National Grid so there is no guarantee that the energy you use is totally green. However, according to DUKES – Digest of UK Energy Statistics – progress has been made towards the UK reaching its target of sourcing 15% of its electricity from renewables by 2020. In 2013, 5.2% of our energy came from renewables, an increase of 1.0% from 2012.
If you are interested in making your business green and sustainable, please contact us for further details.
For more information about where UK gets its electricity from, read the news item which was published on 27.8.14.
If you’re a multi-office company, you can enjoy the benefits of economies of scale.