EP 038 | LIVE COACHING CALL
About this Episode
If you’ve ever considered coaching, listen in as design professional and Business of Design member Enza Ricco grooms her procedures for flat fees and collection systems.
In this episode we learn:
– tips for having the confidence to ask for the fee you need
– size of deposit to collect before purchasing goods and services
– how to discuss the disproportionate size of fees against small projects
– how to maintain relationships with past clients
– how do you get the phone to ring
– how to expand business with existing clients and get new clients
– a diplomatic response to reusing clients’ existing stuff
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MEET ENZA RICCO
Enza is Principal Designer at Fig Interiors; a Toronto based, full service design and decorating firm, specializing in residential interiors that embody quiet, liveable luxury with a little edge.
As a designer, Enza being surrounded by beauty and looks to incorporate beauty into the everyday; believing that beauty has a powerful effect on how we live and feel.
Enza loves to design, create and transform her clients’ surroundings into places of beauty and comfort, beyond what they ever imagined; exceeding their expectations through her thoughtful design approach, impeccable attention to detail, and professionalism; always executing each project to the highest quality standards.
As well as being an Accredited member of the Decorators and Designers Association of Canada (DDA), formerly know as the Canadian Decorator’s Association (CDECA), Enza has also had the privilege of serving on the Board of Directors for the Canadian Decorators’ Association (CDECA). Enza is also a member of the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA).