3 Car Dealership Renovation Best Practices

Posted by Tom Johnstone on Jul 9, 2018 10:30:00 AM

It’s natural to assume that given the rise of digital media over the past twenty years people would value online interactions more than face-to-face meetings. However, that assumption is incorrect. Rather, most customers prefer interacting with a human being –– especially when making a big decision. This is one reason why car dealerships continue to thrive, despite the abundance of online intel relating to cars and car ownership. Deep down, people want to “talk it out” in person. As such, the physical layout of your dealership is an important aspect of your business’s performance. After all, if your dealership design is letting you down, you could be losing out on any number of sales as a result. To that end, here are three car dealership renovation best practices –– to help you court more customers and focus on closing more deals than ever before! 

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Topics: car dealership design, office design practices, Office Design, Renovation Timeline

5 Questions to Ask a Prospective Interior Office Design and Construction Firm

Posted by Dan Johnstone on Aug 18, 2016 11:30:00 AM

The Human Spaces global study of 7,600 office workers in 16 countries has confirmed what had long since been suspected by anyone who has ever set foot in (or been liberated from an undersized, poorly-lit cubicle: office design and employee productivity are linked, for better and at times, for worse.

Hopefully, your current office design is not undermining productivity or driving turnover. However, even if it is not working against your business, it is not necessarily working for it. That is, you may not be optimizing all of your available space, fully supporting your employees, or completely elevating your brand. 

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Topics: Renovation Timeline

How a Strict Office Redesign Timeline Can Save Money

Posted by Jerry Johnstone on Jan 21, 2016 11:30:00 AM

When it comes to planning an office redesign, the choice of materials, the need for specialists and licenses, and the overall scope of the project will impact cost. And so naturally, adjusting any of these variables will either increase or reduce the final price.

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Topics: Renovation Timeline