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Ask This Question Before You Consider a Second Location

We explain to a reader why the decision to expand -- or not -- might be simpler than he thinks.
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An entrepreneur considers a second location -- but it may not make sense. Here's our advice. 

Q: I own a private gym. We’re profitable, and my current space is small, so I’m eager to expand. Should I open another small gym somewhere else or just get one big, new-- 

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