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Should a Business Start in a Co-Working Space?

Consider the now-ubiquitous co-working space, where freelancers and founders rub elbows. Such spots, of course, promise flexible leases and ready-made culture—and many distractions. A co-working space co-founder and a founder whose company started at a co-working space—but eventually fled—discuss the pros and cons.

ETHAN AGARWAL

Founder and CEO of New York City-based fitness

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