What your office space says about your business

What your office space says about your business

How you choose to design the aesthetics of your office impacts not only how a client thinks of you, but your employees’ motivation and productivity levels as well.

Consider these reasons why your office may need a makeover.

Your employees
Creating a pleasant, sunlit and clean office space for your employees to work in helps to reduce stress and can boost motivation levels.

When a new client walks through your door, you want to create a great first impression. How you design your office space communicates to your clients the type of business you are. A dull and messy workspace will do little to earn their trust in handling their work.

Motivation building
Your office should inspire your employees to do their best work. Poor office design can diminish productivity, so make small changes where necessary. This may mean getting rid of clutter, such as cardboard boxes, replacing desks and equipment, or installing artwork.

Attracting potential staff
Your office is usually the first point of contact a potential candidate will have with your business. The way your office is set up can speak for how your business runs, i.e., organisational structure and team work. An untidy or poorly designed space can say a lot about your business’ culture and values.


If you believe the matters discussed above are relevant to your business, please contact Darren Smith of our office to discuss further.

Darren is a Chartered Accountant with extensive experience, including working in the big 4 and medium sized firms before becoming a partner of a city based firm in 2000.

He has gained much experience and has extensive knowledge in providing business and taxation advice, superannuation planning, negotiation of sales and acquisitions of businesses and property development. His client base covers a wide range of industry groups.

Darren works with business owners to grow their businesses and create personal wealth within and outside of their business.

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