You have more employees
Although this might seem like an obvious answer, if you have twice as many people as you did the year before, then this is a big sign you are outgrowing your premises. If the office seemed spacious before, you might find that with more employees, it's starting to feel a bit tight. One thing that you should plan for is how many employees you can fit in your current office space without getting too cramped. This might involve buying new furniture to make better use of the space that you have available and fit everyone in. Once you have worked out the space you need, you should have an idea of how many more people you can take on and when you will outgrow your office space.
Running Out of Storage
One of the major signs that you are outgrowing your office is that you don’t have enough storage space in the office. If you have to store a large number of files, or you don’t have enough space to fit all of your stock, you might want to start thinking about new office spaces. It might not be a case of physical storage either, and you might actually be running out of digital storage or capability. Some of the signs that you are running out of space include reaching your dropbox limit, running out of cloud storage or slow internet problems. If you are experiencing any of these problems then it might be time to start thinking about new office premises.