EP 130 | Install Week – Part 2 with Kimberley Seldon
September 16, 2019
Business of Design™ provides independent designers, decorators, architects, stagers and landscapers with a systematic approach to client satisfaction. Relying on BOD™ 15 STEP Project Management Strategy to produce Satisfaction by Design™. In this two-part episode, Advocate in Chief and interior designer, Kimberley Seldon shares a week in the life of a project, focusing on STEP 10.
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In this episode we learn:
- give yourself extra time for install days
- it’s worth any amount of trouble to fix small annoyances during the STEP 10
- even when everything is planned to the last detail, be prepared for surprises
- verify all appliances and mechanics are working before your clients arrive for the reveal
Use movers, cleaners and art installers to make you look your professional best.
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