Fri, Mar 22|
Mercer School of Interior Design
The Business of Design with Kimberley Seldon
In an Australian first, we are proud and excited to be flying Kimberley Seldon of Business of Design out to Australia to host a group seminar that will give first hand insights into the systems, processes and philosophies of this internationally acclaimed business leader.
Time & Location
Mar 22, 2019, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Mercer School of Interior Design, 67/69 Cromwell St, Collingwood VIC 3066, Australia
About The Event
In this intensive seminar, join Business of Design’s Kimberley Seldon for a no-nonsense, hilarious and practical approach to transforming your business and your life. This don’t miss event is guaranteed to get you “fired up” and armed with specific techniques to transform lacklustre performance and weak profitability within the first month of implementation.
Join us as we investigate Kimberley’s proven systems and philosophies:
- Business of Design's 15 STEP Project Management Strategy
- Business Planning and Foundations
- Fees and Margins
- Managing Clients
About Kimberley & Business of Design:
Kimberley Seldon founded her design firm over two decades ago and gained her industry knowledge through consistently satisfying clients, streamlining business systems, improving staff retention and growing profitability. Having established Business Of Design in 2006 Kimberley has set about revolutionising the way other designers view themselves and view their business. Not only is her generous sharing of industry insights improving businesses world-wide, but it’s changing people’s lives.
Drinks and Nibbles
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