Preparing for growth with new office furniture

If you’re excited about what 2013 has in store for your business and believe that now may be the right time to expand your operations, you might need to invest in new office furniture. Whether you intend to move to new, larger premises or simply to expand your current office, additional chairs, desks and other items may well be on your shopping list.

To help keep your costs down, it’s important to ensure you get your hands on great value products. Thankfully, achieving this is now easier than ever, as long as you know where to look.

Confidence is rising

Your organisation is certainly not the only one with high hopes for the future. The latest Quarterly Economic Survey from the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) revealed that British businesses are ambitious and confident. Nearly all the major balances improved during the final quarter of the year compared with the previous three-month period.

The poll of almost 8,000 companies identified stronger balances seen in both the manufacturing and service sectors, despite the fact that growth remained weak.

A new chapter

Responding to the findings, BCC director general John Longworth said: “It is a new year and time for a new chapter in our economy.”

He added: “Our survey results show that the economy is making progress, despite the numerous challenges it has faced. Although the improvements we have seen are slight, it is progress nonetheless, and highlights the determination and ability of the businesses we have here in the UK.”

Mr Longworth went on to call for further measures to help firms operating in Britain. He remarked: “Recent steps to improve access to finance, such as the commitment to create a business bank, must be implemented at scale and with clear timetables. More forceful measures are also needed to unlock massive private funding to renew Britain’s infrastructure that will create confidence in the short-term, jobs in the medium-term and growth in the long-term.”

GDP to rise

Also commenting on the report, BCC chief economist David Kern suggested that GDP will experience a modest recovery this year and next. He went on to state: “British businesses remain resilient and we are confident that, with the right policies, growth will gradually improve over the next few years.”

How we can help

Here at Furniture At Work™ we’re on hand to help you expand your offices. We supply an impressive range of items that may be ideal for your working environment. For example, perhaps our computer chairs and office desks will interest you.

Ordering products from us is quick and easy, which is perfect if you’ve got lots of other tasks to be getting on with.

Sticking to your budget

Also, because we go out of our way to provide superb value for money, you should find it straightforward to stick to your spending limits. We understand the importance of providing competitive prices and you might be surprised by the low price tags attached to our goods.

To see what we have to offer, just take a look around our website.

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