Running a business from a difficult retail space

It takes some creativity for small-business owners to find a retail space in which they can thrive. Although he was recently forced to close some of his bookshops, Nicholas Hoare has had success in the past by forming long-term deals with his landlords to keep his rent low. "What small business needs to do, but very rarely does, is work with and not against their landlord," he said.

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