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To keep costs down, consider sharing with another that does not compete with your , one that might even complement yours. This is known as , such as when a sandwich chain places a unit in a store. Put your space-sharing agreement in writing, detailing each party's rights and responsibilities, and give yourself an out if you need it.

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