The $200 Office

An "outsourced" space can be a cost-effective way to impress clients and get the support and equipment larger outfits take for granted

For small businesses in a never-ending fight for clients, first impressions mean a lot. So when a home-based financial planner wants to impress a CEO, a meeting at Starbucks (SBUX) just won't do. Yet many entrepreneurs aren't ready for the headaches and expense of leasing commercial office space. The solution for some: the "outsourced office."

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