MOVIN' ON: Moving from one office location to another is a big deal for business owners. In chauffeured transportation, it boils down to having enough parking spaces for fleet vehicles and employee parking, having a good amount of office space for desks, meeting rooms, and storage, and being centered in the right place for most of the trips you take. That could be near the major airport, or close to key highway off ramps. It also has to do with where your staff lives - you don't want them to resent long commutes every day. For Drivers Unlimited Inc., based in Darien, Conn., moving its headquarters came down to finding the best possible location for meeting all these priorities. And moving to a new company office is usually a good sign that the business is growing.
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