Tells how to start an interior design business, acquire clients, determine fees, make estimates, collect bills, select insurance, and establish good relations with trade sourcesIn the preceding chapter we referred to aquot;confirmation of purchasesaquot; by a designer on behalf of his or her client. ... because most designers find it impossible to write an estimate at the inception of the job that will cover every item and service, together with its actual cost. The use of confirmations makes it possible to keep the original letter of agreement or contract relatively simple and concise in languageanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Guide to Business Principles and Practices for Interior Designers|
|Author||:||Harry Siegel, Alan M. Siegel|
|Publisher||:||Watson-Guptill Publications - 1982|