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11-Mar-2018 02:36

Buying low and selling high is at the core of any successful business. However, you need to know as much as possible about what you’re buying, and how you plan to sell it.

If there’s one piece of advice to hold above all others while running your business, it’s this: cash is king.

It’s time for your business to relocate to a new facility, but what about the furnishings and equipment that comes with making a move?

Not every piece of furniture or equipment will make the cross over from your old space to your new facility.

Total Office Solutions understands the unique challenge business owners face when relocating with outdated or unnecessary equipment.

That’s why we’re proud to offer efficient and cost-effective liquidation services tailored to each of our clients’ relocations.

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Market research is critical to ensure that you don’t get charged too much and that you’ll have a place to sell your merchandise once it’s in your hands.We’ll work with you to create a structured liquidation plan which will help you streamline your new space without losing money on your old equipment.Liquidation is the perfect solution for relocations which cannot accommodate current equipment or which will involve installing new furnishings and technology.It doesn’t matter how much you are selling or the size of your profit, if your business doesn’t have enough cash to pay staff and suppliers you are in big trouble.Even successful and profitable businesses can be struck by cash flow problems because as they grow, more working capital is tied up in the business.

Market research is critical to ensure that you don’t get charged too much and that you’ll have a place to sell your merchandise once it’s in your hands.We’ll work with you to create a structured liquidation plan which will help you streamline your new space without losing money on your old equipment.Liquidation is the perfect solution for relocations which cannot accommodate current equipment or which will involve installing new furnishings and technology.It doesn’t matter how much you are selling or the size of your profit, if your business doesn’t have enough cash to pay staff and suppliers you are in big trouble.Even successful and profitable businesses can be struck by cash flow problems because as they grow, more working capital is tied up in the business.When limited companies become insolvent, they go into liquidation.