If you think writing your business plan or getting funding is the biggest hurdle you'll jump when it's time to get your business off the ground, think again. You probably haven't even thought about setting up your new office yet. So what's the big deal? Think about all the planning it takes to move in to a new home, equip it, furnish it, and decorate it -- and multiply that work times 10.
Setting up a new office is a mighty task -- whether you're looking for the right location, negotiating a lease, designing a workplace, or deciding whether to buy or rent the equipment and services you'll need to do business in your new space. We'll take you through this process step-by-step with this collection of advice, Buyer's Guides, and tools from Inc.com.
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A smart-growth entrepreneur has to find office space, buy furniture and new equipment, organize the move, deal with a lawsuit and arrange a transition to a different corporate structure during her company's busiest season.