We think not ..
Well you’re wrong. You’re so wrong it’s not even funny.
First of all, let’s take a look at the logistics of disassembling and moving a half-tonne Ping-Pong slash boardroom table…
You may have in your mind the idea of a Ping-Pong table that folds at the centre, with collapsing legs and conveniently attached wheels.
Our Ping-Pong table came in about 11 different pieces, all of which are joined by a matrix of screws and rivets numbering at least 50. The entire thing is also made of solid metal alloy, so the previously mentioned half-tonne was no exaggeration – it was more like I was complimenting the weight-conscious table. It took a team of 7 to orchestrate its deconstruction, bubble wrapping, transport and reassembly in the new place.
You may think that’s excessive. You’re wrong again.
Right: This is Ping Pong and it’s absolutely necessary.
Admittedly, the Ping-Pong table was the most manually difficult aspect to our move.
Apart from cleaning out the kitchen and hundred-odd kilos of meat from the fridge (we do a regular company-wide meat order), it was a fairly straight forward job. Where the real difficulty lay was in organising the new place. For starters, we literally knocked down a few walls to make the site awesome enough to house Indago Digital. Then on top of that there’s all the nitty gritty boring drama of organising Internet, telephones, keys, furniture, electricity and everything else important.
But enough about the toilsome efforts we endured for the sake of delivering more efficient and effective digital marketing. Let’s talk about the new place.