'Start-ups think inside the box'
24th June 2010
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Yes, the papers do sometimes speak the truth! 

Barretts Self-Storage are able to completely verify this, because following the recent article by Rachel Bridge in the Business Section of the ‘Sunday Times’, where she extols the virtues of starting and running a business from a self-storage centre: comfirming that there is no need to become locked into a long-term rental agreement, and that you can operate the space used on a pay-as-you go system, Barretts have just had another start-up business take on one of their ‘offices in a box’. They are importing and supplying specialist saw blades.

The first delivery of the blades is arriving next week and there is storage space available just opposite the office unit. This is all very exciting and as the orders start to take off, Barretts can arrange the courier collections and ensure that all parcels received in are put in the correct place, even when the owner is not around (he will be able to take a holiday, as Barretts can keep it all ticking over for him).

Should several of his customers need to meet with him at one time, or he needs to give a presentation, then the meeting and training rooms are available for hire at an hourly rate in the serviced offices on the Business Park - right next door. As his business grows there is ample space and the facilities available to accommodate it.

It’s a no-brainer really!

click here to contact Barretts for further information

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