Clients are the lifeblood of any interior design firm, and a clear understanding of how to manage those clients is essential. Interior Design Clients will help entrepreneurial designers build their clientele and avoid the pitfalls that can waylay even experienced designers. Becoming a residential or commercial interior designer is not an easy undertaking, and developing strategies to gain clients' trust is the key to making client interaction as rewarding as possible. Author Tom Williams, who has run his own design firms for over thirty years, covers everything from good client, project, and time management to interview techniques and paperwork organization. Readers will find information on: marketing to clients; creating budgets; preparing presentations; client contracts and letters of agreement; ordering supplies; project management; delivery and placement; and retaining clients.I started towonder ifallthe designers south of San Francisco had the same hotelroom pictures in their portfolios, andif they allfelt they should be allowed to dictate the interiors ofmy home. Thereare many designerswho areonly too willing anbsp;...
|Title||:||Interior Design Clients|
|Author||:||Thomas L. Williams|
|Publisher||:||Skyhorse Publishing, Inc. - 2013-12-13|