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  • The authors are Steve King and Carolyn Ockels. Steve and Carolyn are partners at Emergent Research and Senior Fellows at the Society for New Communications Research. Carolyn is leading the coworking study and Steve is a member of the project team.

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July 25, 2016

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Rochelle

I can see how this would make sense - especially when business owners are doing something they enjoy and are interested in. If a business grows too large, they could potentially get caught up in a lot more of the administration and other duties that can take away their time from the reason they started the business in the first place. I think small business owners also enjoy the personal interaction with their customers, which they may lose somewhat should their business grow too large.

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