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Happy Cubicle Day!

Happy Cubicle Day!

Here at Office Furniture Outlet, we not only buy and sell cubicles, but we install and reconfigure them as well. Here are 5 reasons why you should choose us to handle your next office cubicle move and installation:

  1. Our staff is well-trained, boasting over 20 years of experience with all types of office furniture brands and systems.
  2. We help our customers find the right product, generate layouts, manage project scheduling, and coordinate deliveries.
  3. We provide flexible scheduling and complete furniture setup and installation.
  4. Our goal is to move you as quickly, efficiently, and cost-effectively as possible (We aim to be the best value in Hampton Roads).
  5. Our large fleet of quality equipment is able to accommodate deliveries and installations of any size.

Click here to learn about more of the services we offer!

Quality Executive Desk

Knoll chairs and u shaped desk installation

Virginia Beach Restaurant Owner’s choose a Bernhardt Executive “U” Shaped Used Office Desk for their new office.  A pair of Knoll Studio De Armas Guest Arm Chairs complete the office.

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Bernhardt & Knoll are high quality commercial grade office furniture.  The desk and chairs are built function well, look great and last for a long time.

If you are considering purchasing office furniture contact us or visit our showroom.

OfficeFurnOutlet_LogoOffice Furniture Outlet
1124-B Kingwood Avenue
Norfolk, VA 23502
Showroom Hours
Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
or by Appointment

(757) 855-2800

Engineering Firm Workstation & Case Goods Installation

Engineering Firm Workstation & Case Goods Installation

Cubicle Sales and InstallationCommercial office furniture installation entailing project coordination, office configuration, delivery, installation and staging.

Services Used:

• Configuration/space planning (computer aided design, CAD) Inventory receiving and inspection process

• Case goods (stand alone) furniture refinished by

The Desk Doctor

• Delivery

• Herman Miller Remanufactured modular/system furniture (cubicles) installation

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Buying Office Furniture? Read The Startup Tips from Millionaire Entrepreneurs

Starting a new business can be costly. One way to save money is to buy used office furniture. In fact,  Entrepreneur.com’s recent article 7 Frugal Startup Tips from Millionaire Entrepreneurs stated Brett D. Reizen, CEO of Entertainment Benefits Group, didn’t purchase new office furniture for the first six years.

Office Furniture Outlet is Hampton Roads largest used office furniture retailer. Retailing regionally liquidated office furniture back into work environments. With warehouses full of quality-used office furniture, including case goods, file cabinets, desks, workstations, chairs, credenzas and much more.

Office Furniture Outlet is a full service office furniture retailer and offers the following commercial furniture services:

• Space Planning, Design & Installation
• Sales, Leasing & Rentals of Discounted Office Furniture
• Moving & Prompt Delivery Services
• Refinishing, Refurbishing & on site Repair and Maintenance
• The Purchase of Gently Used Office Furniture

With 20 years of experience Office Furniture Outlet takes pride in helping businesses select the right furniture within a given budget. We offer new and used products, purchase or leasing and consult with our clients to provide turn-key office furniture solutions.

Give us a call so we can help you with your next office furniture purchase. (757) 855-2800

7 Frugal Startup Tips from Millionaire Entrepreneurs | Entrepreneur.com

You don’t win in business by wasting money. Even the most successful entrepreneurs pinched pennies in the early days–and many still do. Here, several multimillionaires share their best cost-cutting tips when you’re trying to get your startup off the ground.

1. Cash in credit card rewards. Before the success of the George Forman grill super-charged sales at his direct-response television marketing firm, Rick Cesari became resourceful in using his credit card points to buy event tickets or thank high-performing employees by sending them on weekend getaways. Today, the founder of Seattle, Wash.-based Cesari Direct, charges between $125,000 to $200,000 on an Alaska Airlines Visa Signature card, and still uses the rewards to save several thousand dollars each year on employee perks at his $5 million company.

Related: Three Things to Know About Business Credit Cards

2. Skip the fancy furniture. “I didn’t buy new furniture for the first six years I was in business,” says Brett D. Reizen, CEO of Entertainment Benefits Group, LLC, Aventura, Florida, a $100 million provider of travel and entertainment services. Of course, you can start by checking out local used furniture shops or search on Craigslist. There are also furniture rental services like CORT, which can reduce the upfront cash you need to outfit your office. It also sells that rental furniture at deep discounts when clients are done with it. Find more online at CubeClerk, an office furniture marketplace.

3. Recycle and reuse shipping supplies. Even though his online garden supply retail business, Growers House, skyrocketed to $2 million in revenue in its first nine months, founder Nate Lipton only spent $300 on shipping supplies. Whenever the Tucson, Ariz.-based business receives its shipments it turns around and reuses all the boxes. If you’re shipping via Priority Mail, the U.S. Postal Service also offers free boxes and envelopes. Of course, there are discount cardboard box sellers, such as UsedCardboardBoxes.com, you can turn to as well.

Related: Five Tips for Saving Money on Shipping

4. Be creative about space. Instead of springing for a posh office to sell RetroFitness health club franchises, founder Eric Casaburi used an extra room in one of his health clubs. It wasn’t pretty, he says, but it saved him more than $10,000 in office rent and also fit with the company’s bare-bones brand image. Co-working spaces are another option to cut costs. Cambridge, Mass.-based HubSpot was headquartered in a Boston co-working space until it hit 100 employees, sharing conference rooms, coffee machines, and even a receptionist and phone system. LooseCubes and CityFeet are good directories of shared and co-working office spaces.

Related: How Small Shops Economize by Sharing Space

5. Check out deal sites. Liz Gaspari, co-founder of Gaspari Nutrition, an $8 million nutritional supplements company based in Lakewood, N.J., uses daily deal sites like Groupon and LivingSocial to offer employee perks. Whether it’s through discounted meals and shows or gym memberships, the coupons have saved the company hundreds of dollars, she says. When it comes to business purchases, sites like RapidBuyr and Bizydeal can help you save on computers, office furniture and supplies, and even training courses.

6. Cross-train employees. Startups are no place for a “that’s not my job” attitude. After Jeff Platt began to train employees to fill multiple roles at his Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Parks, he saved more than 5 percent on payroll for the $15.7 million Los Angeles-based recreation company. Casaburi did the same thing at RetroFitness, attending his first International Franchise Association trade show with the manager of one of his gyms acting as a franchise sales representative. “Having employees move from hat to hat to hat saves you money and keeps your operations lean,” he says.

Related: 10 Free Online Resources for Business Tech

7. Do your own research. In his boot-strapping startup days, Casaburi also used to conduct his own market reach by sitting in parking lots of prospective locations and counting the car and foot traffic to see if there was enough activity to support a new gym. He analyzed every metric, such as population, vehicle and foot traffic, and other aspects of his most successful locations and tried to find locations that had similar activity and characteristics. Now that he’s staffed up, he no longer does this himself, but he estimates he’s saved more than $100,000 per year in salary or consulting fees before he hired help. Instead of hanging out in parking lots, you can take advantage of technology like ZoomProspector, a free service that lets you find communities by parameters like community size, education levels, and recent job growth.

via 7 Frugal Startup Tips from Millionaire Entrepreneurs | Entrepreneur.com.