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And the Winners Are . . . In a perfect world, business growth would be smooth, easy to manage and even easier to pay for. But in the real world, it's a frustrating, challenging, bumpy road littered with "if onlys" and "if we just hads."

By Jacquelyn Lynn

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own.

Arthur H. Jackson Jr. says that if only his company had a central location, a conference room and administrative support, he could increase his staff and double his revenue. Michael Einhorn believes his chances to close big deals and enter new markets would increase substantially if his company had a more professional location in which to meet with suppliers and customers. As winners of the Regus Group and Entrepreneur magazine's Growing Pains contest, the two entrepreneurs are getting the chance to see if they're right.

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