Faced with the same challenges that many shopping center owners around the country are dealing with, Beth Azor, owner and founder of Azor Advisory Services in Weston came up with an innovative way to fill space.

Azor, who owns shopping centers in South Florida, has started offering small businesses and entrepreneurs temporary space at no charge for three months. The expectation is if they do well, they will sign longer leases.

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