Hiring a Temporary Office Fitout Means You Can Hit the Ground Running

Posted by Neil L
Jul 6, 2017

Hiring a temporary officeWhether you’re attending a trade show, running your own road show or temporarily managing a project on-site, renting your office gear on the move makes a lot of sense.

You can’t always run your business from behind your desk – sometimes you and your team need to hit the road. And if you plan ahead, setting up a functional workspace in the field shouldn’t mean sacrificing the comforts of the office.

Temporarily setting up camp can be a logistical nightmare, especially if you can’t afford much downtime while you get things up and running. Rather than carting around all your office gear like a travelling circus, consider whether renting that gear would be more economical and make life easier.

Shipping around your own office equipment gets expensive when you’re running a fly-in, fly-out operation. If your gear arrives too early you might not have access to your temporary space to set everything up, while if it arrives too late you might be left in the lurch. There’s also the risk of your gear being damaged in transit.

Instead of lugging around your own gear you can hire desktop PCs, monitors, notebooks and tablets along with networking gear and even mobile broadband access points. Ensuring everything is delivered exactly where and when you need it, then collected afterwards, gives you one less thing to worry about when you’re trying to manage your travelling show.

If all your data is stored in the cloud then it’s easy to get up and running on a new device in minutes – just log into your accounts and you’re away. With everything automatically saved online you can wipe your files when you’re done and walk away, ready for the gear to go back.

Of course, sometimes you need more than just Wi-Fi and a screen to get things done. Thankfully you can also hire printers, copiers, video conferencing gear and even servers – everything you need to stay just as productive as if you were working from your office.

Office equipment is only part of the equation. If you’re manning a trade show booth or running your own travelling road show then you’ll need more gear to ensure you make a great impression.

Renting a sound system, projector and video wall can help you stand out from the crowd and get your message across. Meanwhile expo furniture, lecterns, kiosks and iPad stands help add that professional touch to your space so people know you mean business.

When you’re organising an important event you’ve already got enough on your plate without worrying about how you’ll get all your gear in the right place at the right time. Outsource it to the experts so you can concentrate on putting on a good show.

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