Professional practice for interior designers
This definitive book provides information on establishing and managing an interior design practice. Equally relevant for commercial and residential designers, it covers all the basics from legal responsibilities to financial management, personnel management, licensing, marketing, and general business issues. The first edition was the winner of the prestigious Joel Polsky award from ASID.
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Personal Goal Setting
Planning a New Practice
Advice and Counsel
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