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When a Home Business Moves From the Home

by Mary Emma Allen on March 7th, 2007

Some businesses that start out as home businesses, then reach the point where you have to expand into larger quarters or settle for the status quo. You have decisions to make whether you try to do everything yourself or begin to hire employees.

Traci Bisson, owner of Bisson Barcelona, in Barrington, NH (USA), recently found her public relations firm for authors and entrepreneurs had outgrown her home. This was a result of having to expand and acquire employees as her clientele grew. It soon became too crowded with six of them working in her children’s playroom and around the dining room table.

I met Traci at a writers’ conference several years ago when she was starting her business. I’ve been impressed with what she’s doing…and others are, too.

A recent article, Entrepreneur Watch: Turning a new page, appeared about her in Seacoast Ventures, a NH Business Journal.

Here Traci discusses the best part of being an entrepreneur, something many home business owners can relate to: “It’s an exciting venture every day with unlimted things to do and explore. I need to do this because I make a terrible employee.”

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