There is no doubt about it: size matters. Most every business would like to have more space than it has. But the reality is that the cost of office space in large cities is so sky high that it has forced many businesses to relocate.
Smaller spaces can work for some companies when design is used effectively. However, working under those constraints can be annoying. The last thing any company needs is annoyed staff. It’s not exactly conducive to creativity, let alone productivity.
Not to mention, tiny work spaces make it very difficult to expand, particularly when it comes to attracting more business. While today’s businesses adhere to tighter budgets than ever before, what hasn’t changed, however, is the need to collaborate and have effective meetings. It’s hard to do that in a cramped, tiny office, coffee shop, or home office space. It also leaves a less than favorable impression for businesses attempting to get more clients. Unfortunately, the irony is that you need to appear as though you don’t need the business in order to attract more business.