Tips for Corporate Moves

What are the ten common mistakes to avoid when moving?

Listen in as hosts Clay and Lorraine give advice on the do’s and don’ts of corporate moving on this episode of our podcast. From preparing for your move, to finding the best local movers, to keeping your move affordable, the moving process for companies and corporations is full of obstacles. That’s why we’ve put together these moving tips to keep your corporate move cheap and worry-free.

Let’s face it, moving is one of the most stressful things in life, and can be even more stressful when you’re faced with planning a move for your company. So catch the top ten tips in this episode to ensure you have a smooth and affordable corporate move.

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Other Tips For A Corporate Relocation


  1. Plan ahead: Start planning your corporate relocation as soon as possible to ensure you have enough time to organize everything.

  2. Assign a relocation team: Appoint a relocation team to manage the relocation process, including assigning roles and responsibilities to team members.

  3. Create a detailed budget: Develop a comprehensive budget for the relocation process, including costs associated with moving, temporary housing, and any other expenses.

  4. Research potential locations: Conduct thorough research on potential locations to ensure they meet the company’s needs and align with its values.

  5. Consider transportation options: Consider transportation options for employees, including public transit and carpooling, to help reduce the carbon footprint of the relocation.

  6. Communicate regularly: Communicate regularly with employees to keep them informed about the relocation process and address any concerns they may have.

  7. Work with a reputable moving company: Hire a reputable moving company with experience in corporate relocations to ensure your office equipment and other assets are transported safely.

  8. Consider tax implications: Consider the tax implications of the relocation, including any tax credits or deductions that may be available.

  9. Plan for employee onboarding: Plan for employee onboarding to ensure a smooth transition for employees who will be relocating.

  10. Consider community involvement: Consider community involvement initiatives to help employees acclimate to their new location and promote positive relationships between the company and the local community.