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This webinar covers the planning and strategizing you need to do to realize the vision you have for your design firm, from developing a plan to following through with practical steps you need to take.
Presented By: Lara Kisielewska.
Originally aired in September 2015.
Start – Run – Grow Your Design Business is a three-part webinar series. View a single webinar or purchase all three.
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We’ve expanded our popular webinar on starting your own design firm to be a three-part series so that we can delve into the details of how to start, run, and grow your own design business. Lara Kisielewska, the founder of Optimum Design & Consulting, brings her 20+ years of experience to bear.
You know you want to be your own boss, but how do you get started with your own design firm? This webinar covers the planning and strategizing you need to do to realize the vision you have for your design firm, from developing your plan to following through with practical steps you need to take.
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