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West Hartford, Conn.
Founded: Home office since 1994
2007 Revenue: over $100,000
An architect who fas written two books on home office design, Zimmerman uses the acronym "CAMP" to describe his home office's four workstations: computer, administrative, meeting, and project. The way it's organized, he can make phone calls in one corner and meet with clients in another—and his task chair lets him glide from station to station.