INFOGRAPHIC: Pros & Cons of Establishing Remote Business Locations

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Pros & Cons of Establishing Remote Business Locations

Some large and medium-sized portable sanitation companies choose to establish one or more remote business locations to expand their footprint and grow. These remote locations (also known as satellite locations) can consist of either secondary offices with equipment yards or simply lots to store equipment.

As with any business investment, establishing remote business locations comes with opportunities as well as challenges. If you’re thinking about adding a satellite location in addition to your main headquarters, look at this infographic for a quick overview of the pros and cons.

Pros & Cons of Establishing Remote Business Locations

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Pros & Cons of Establishing Remote Business Locations

Pros

  • Increased Sales Opportunities
    Expands the reach of your business = Get more customers!
  • Faster Response
    Reduces travel time to service locations = Save fuel & service more customers per day!
  • Shorter Commute
    Employees can get to & from work faster = Increase worker morale!

Cons

  • Added Expenses
    Additional costs to establish & operate additional locations = Can be a big investment.
  • Reduced Control
    Requires trusted employees to manage remote locations = Solid leadership is crucial.
  • Disconnect
    Reduces overall business unity = Employees will interact less with fellow team members at other locations.

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