It pays to plan ahead if you're going to be moving

Schuster, Matthew
July 1996
New Hampshire Business Review;7/19/96, Vol. 18 Issue 15, p20
Suggests ways to make moving to a new facility a pleasant experience for business owners. Time as the most critical aspect of moving; Giving plenty of notice to everyone; Wiring for voice/data cable; Considering the space for equipment.


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