Transferring Your Creative Business from Home to a Studio

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You have been running your creative business successfully for several years now. You absolutely love waking up every single morning and using your artistic flair to help others and pursue your passions. Now that your creative business is growing you are starting to think about the next steps for your business. At the moment you work from home, which was perfect during the initial stages of entrepreneurship. As a creative, you tend to spread your work out across the entire house and your struggle to contain it to one specific space. This means that your home is full of your work and you can never switch off when you need to. Now might be the perfect chance for you to explore studio spaces for your creative business.

Choosing Your Location

The first thing you need to consider when moving from a home working space into a creative studio is where you’re going to be based. Finding a suitable location for your studio might be the biggest decision you make for your business. If you’re keen to buy a plot of land or start from scratch you may need to look into a crane for hire. Just make sure you hire some help so that you don’t become overwhelmed during the construction process. Ultimately, you need to be sure that your chosen location is close to your home, safe and within your budget.

Creating a Positive Work Environment

Now that you have found the perfect place to base your studio, you need to turn it into an inspirational and positive place to work. This means redecorating, investing in the right equipment and generally creating a desirable space for your day to day job. The best thing about starting from scratch with your studio is that you have complete freedom design the room however you want and add your own finishing touches. A lot of creatives struggle to work in a place that doesn’t inspire them, so make sure it is in keeping with your style and tastes.

Make Space for New Employees 

Now that you have taken the leap to move into a new space, you might need to consider space for an expanding workforce. Even if you have no plans to hire right now, it is highly likely that you might need extra help in the future. When you’re looking for a space for your creative studio, it might also be worth thinking about where your future employees would go.

Moving from your home environment into a creative studio is going to take a considerable amount of time, planning and money. Before you take the leap you need to make plenty of considerations regarding your studio space. Once you have chosen an appropriate location, set a budget and invested in the equipment you need for your growing business you will be able to start the process with confidence. This is a huge leap for your company so take it step by step and enjoy the amazing progress you’re making!


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Vinh Van Lam
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Vinh Van Lam, co-founder of ArtSHINE, is a visionary art coach and entrepreneur with a passion for fostering creativity. With a diverse background in art and business, he brings a unique perspective to empower emerging artists, enabling them to thrive in the dynamic art industry through the innovative platform of ArtSHINE.

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