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The 3 Approaches to Executing Successful FF&E Projects—and the Pros and Cons of Each

When you’re looking to refresh your space with a new set of furniture, furnishings or equipment, one of the first things you’ll likely consider is how much help you’ll need. Will this be a project that you can handle with your in-house team, or will you need to outsource this project to an entirely different team? Most of the clients we work with—which have included retail stores, military bases, hotels, restaurants and more—take one of three approaches to their FF&E projects. To help you decide which one is right for your next FF&E project, we’ll walk you through all three. By investigating all the potential […]

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Countdown to Your Office Move: Your Workplace Relocation Checklist

Relocating your office requires the seamless orchestration of a number of moving parts. Although you may already have goals in mind for your workplace move—such as sticking to your pre-defined budget, creating a smooth transition for your employees, and reducing your overhead over the long term—chief among these will be to minimize the disruption to your day-to-day business operations. To help you plan a seamless office move that hits all these goals (and more!) we put together this workplace relocation checklist. Every business will have its own unique needs, so it would be tough to create a checklist that works for every one of them. […]

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How a Freight Forwarder Can Simplify Your Logistics

You might already know that a freight forwarder can assist you with moving goods, supplies, and inventory by offering you access to a number of different modes of transportation, including air, ocean, and road. However, if you’re doing business on Guam, a freight forwarder is uniquely positioned to offer you some distinct business advantages. When you partner with a forwarder on your Guam freight needs, you may be able to secure better shipping rates and simplify your involvement in the day-to-day logistics of your business. In fact, a good forwarder might even be able to help you uncover new efficiencies to simplify your operations and […]

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6 Questions That Reveal HIPAA Violations in Your Organization

When it was passed in 1996, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) was considered a big win for patients by delivering higher levels of security and privacy. But their strict and complex nature presents risks for companies to unwittingly commit HIPAA violations. HIPAA was also designed to provide advantages to organizations that store and handle Protected Health Information (PHI). The act’s regulations aimed to create administrative efficiencies as well as a well-defined set of obligations to reduce potential liability. HIPAA levies steep fines for non-compliance. Plus, with healthcare fraud costs estimated at $68 billion and identity fraud victim costs calculated at $1.7 billion, […]

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9 Fast Facts You Need to Know About Business Continuity Plans 

When it comes to ensuring a long life for your business, some owners focus exclusively on the day-to-day: getting customers in the door, delivering top-level service and fostering repeat business. While those processes are the lifeblood of any successful company, it’s also important to look ahead to the future—and plan for the unexpected.  That’s where a business continuity plan comes in. What happens to your business in the case of a fire, flood, power interruption—or some other unexpected event that interrupts your business’s operations? How will you serve your customers? How will you keep revenue coming in the door? How will you continue to pay your employees?  Your business continuity […]

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One Differentiating Factor That Will Help You Choose the Right Project Manager 

When you’re hiring a project manager, the concept of risk management may not be at the top of your mind. This can be especially true if you’re still gathering proposals.   However, when your project manager skillfully employs risk management techniques throughout a project—such as an FF&E installation or an office and industrial move—your venture is much more likely to come in on time and on budget.   As a result, understanding your project manager’s approach to risk management can be an important differentiator in the vetting process.  In this article, we’ll share four questions you can use in interviews with project managers that will shed light on their approaches to risk management. These questions will help you understand who’s best equipped for the job, and who’s got […]

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