Things I Learned About Flat Fee Pricing from Kimberley Seldon

A Well-Designed Business® podcast is known for providing actionable tips and advice for running an interior design business successfully. They pride themselves on providing you with proven systems, rather than offering theories and discussing what may or may not work in your business. Their dedication to practical strategies is a driving force behind their podcast and was one […]

5 Flat Fee Demons and How to Overcome them

If you missed the latest Power Talk Friday on LuAnn Nigara’s A Well-Design Business Podcast series, here’s your chance to catch up. Kimberley discusses the 5 Flat Fee Demons and how to overcome them. Click below to listen.  

Permits & Inspections

Planning a renovation or home project? All electrical installation, repair and replacement work in Ontario requires a permit be taken out by the person doing the work. This creates a permanent record of the work and triggers a review (inspection) process by ESA. Learn more about permits and inspections from ESA’s Steve Smith and design […]

This just made our day…

We just received the most lovely feedback from one of our members on Facebook. We just had to share it: Kimberley Seldon, I am listening to your Power Talk Friday interview with LuAnn Nigara, and I am just sitting here remembering the first time I saw you in High Point. Honestly, I was just there for […]

Let’s make 2017 your best year yet!

Whether you’ve been in business for 10 months or 30 years, we’re glad you’re here. As a community we have the power to build a thriving industry that benefits each and every one of us. However, like the oxygen mask that falls from the overhead compartment in a flight emergency, we have to attend to our own […]

Talking with A Well-Designed Business

We were thrilled to be featured in a podcast this week with LuAnn Nigara of Window Works in New Jersey. She’s awesome and we love her work! Thank you LuAnn! Click below to list to the podcast. We all know clients matters, at Business of Design, Designers matter too.

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