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Do I Need an Office? Think about your business' needs to determine if it's time to look for outside space.

By Entrepreneur Staff

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Wondering if your home-based business needs a studio or office? Knowing when to make the leap is a common question for growing companies.

In this short video, Entrepreneur.com's editorial director Ray Hennessey outlines what home-based entrepreneurs should think about when they're considering buying or leasing outside space. He also stresses the importance of an in-between option -- shared working spaces or studios that can be rented just when they're needed.

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