3 Tips For Creating A Comfortable Business Space For Customers Or Clients


If you own a business that requires you to have customers and clients come into your business space, either for meetings or to make purchases from you, one thing you’ll always want to make sure you’re doing is creating a space where people feel comfortable being. Without this, you might find that your business suffers from losing customers or clients that you otherwise could have had. 

used with permission from Lauren Haskett

To help ensure that this doesn’t happen to you, here are three tips for creating a comfortable business space for customers and clients. 

Make A Comfortable Atmosphere

As soon as people enter your business space, you want them to feel like they can be comfortable there. This should permeate both through what the space looks like and how people physically feel when they are in there.

used with permission from Lauren Haskett

As far as how you decorate the space, you’ll want to do things like make the lighting inviting, include a comfortable seating area where people can congregate, and make the space open so that everyone can see what they need to upon entering. All of these things will help people feel like this is a space where they want to be, and it will all be because of the care you as a business have taken toward creating this for them, which will reflect great on you.

Along with making the space look great, you also want to do things like ensure your cooling system works well for a comfortable temperature and that the smell of the space is enticing as well. 

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Be Accommodating

When setting up your business space, while you’ll want to appeal to the majority of your target demographic, you’ll also need to do what it takes to be accommodating to others. 

If people come into your space with physical disabilities, you’ll want to be able to work with them immediately without needing to make any adjustments to your space. Additionally, if you choose to provide food to your customers or clients, you’ll want to have options for people with allergies or other dietary restrictions, too. 

used with permission from J. Patryce Design

Minimize Risk For Them

If the customers or clients that are going to be coming into your space don’t already have a good rapport with you, one thing that you can do within your space to help build this up is to minimize any risks people might be worried about in working with you. One way to do this is to broadcast either money-back guarantees or free services that you can offer people within your space. As you do this, people may be more willing to work with you and will feel less pressure by spending time in your business space. 

If you want to make sure that everyone who comes into your business space feels comfortable, considers using the tips mentioned above to help you see how this can be done. 


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