Contacting organisations and seeking professional advice will ensure that a start-up business,either interior or garden, is given the fundamental building blocks from inception.
Suitable for those who have been employed as a designer in the industry and who wish to set up and run their own professional interior or garden studio. Suitable for interior or garden design students
Having a realistic, working business plan is also essential when you are considering forming a new business. Practising professional designers will give advice, together with anecdotal evidence, on:
The way in which businesses are run on a daily basis can be the making or breaking of them. This day will show what are the ingredients required to run and succeed in a profitable design business,either interior or garden.
Suitable for those who have been employed as a designer in the industry and who wish to set up and run their own professional interior or garden design studio
Practical advice and recommendations will be given by practising professionals, together with personal accounts of their daily business dealings.
mplementing a project requires skill, organisational ability and diplomacy. Although most medium to large projects will demand a Project Manager, most designers need to be able to co-ordinate small projects that cannot justify the expense of a Project Manager.
Suitable for those who have been employed as a designer in the industry and who wish to set up and run their own professional interior design studio
Detailed specification and clear ordering procedures, together with advice on how to co-ordinate contractors will ensure the smooth running of a project. This day will be headed by a leading Interior Designer with the following aspects being covered:
Where the CPD logo is indicated, these courses would be valuable in our opinion for Continuing Professional Development
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