Does your busi­ness need a new lease on life?

Isis Town and Country - - Sport -

If your lease is up for re­newal in the next cou­ple of months, make sure you take the time to run through your op­tions be­fore you sim­ply re­new. • Maybe your busi­ness has out­grown your cur­rent premises? • Maybe you’re pay­ing for space you don't need, and you could bet­ter bal­ance the books pay­ing less rent? • Maybe your busi­ness doesn't rely on pass­ing foot traf­fic, but you're pay­ing a pre­mium to be on the main street? • Maybe there are aes­thetic, or other changes, that you be­lieve would im­prove your busi­ness – but you can't make them be­cause you're in a char­ac­ter build­ing?

• Maybe your clients com­plain about hav­ing trou­ble park­ing? • Maybe they com­plain about truck noise or fumes? • Maybe you'd like to stop leas­ing al­to­gether. Maybe you're ready to be­come your own land­lord?

What­ever busi­ness you're in, if your lease is com­ing up for re­newal - take 10 min­utes to con­sider your op­tions.

People get reg­u­lar den­tal checks and ser­vice their cars ev­ery 10 or 15 thou­sand kilo­me­tres. Should take the time to re­view key parts of our busi­ness, like our premises, too?

That process of re­view and fine tun­ing will help en­sure that your busi­ness re­mains strong and that you are po­si­tioned for growth as op­por­tu­ni­ties arise.

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