Finding Your Next Hire

October 5, 2022   |   12:00pm CDT

It’s one of the biggest decisions you’ll make as a business owner: who are you going to hire next? Whether you’re looking for another designer or hope to bring your marketing in-house, that next hire is crucial to your firm’s success. But what if you’re not sure who to hire or even where to start? In this seminar, I will review how I determine when to hire, who to hire, and how to build their role with an easy-to-use (and re-use!) method.  

After the session, stay for a Q&A that is sure to help you make the right hiring decision when you are ready. Spots are limited! Sign up today and join the convo.

Interior Design Marketing and Branding Strategies

Group Session: Marketing Not-So Basics for Design Business Owners w/ Leslie Carothers

November 16, 2022   |   12:00pm CDT

As a design business owner, you’ve got a pretty good handle on the basics of marketing your business: you have a website, your social profiles are updated regularly, and you may have pitched a project to a magazine. In this webinar, we’re going beyond the basics to help you power up your marketing efforts. We’re hosting this group session with the wonderful Leslie Carothers, founder of Savour Partnership. Join us as we talk about Facebook Groups, SEO, and the future of the metaverse. 


Join me on Facebook

Wherever you are in your business growth journey, my private Facebook group is full of Creative Entrepreneurs just like you, looking for business resources, sharing their experiences, and connecting with each other.


A sneak peek:

“I am always grateful to hear from other designers, especially those that have navigated building a team and a consistently successful business.” – Jill Abelman

“Currently, we have a team of five designers, and I’m always looking for insight on how to scale our business in a way that is sustainable. I’ve always dreamed of having multiple offices and growing our teams. I can’t wait to learn more from you and your experience!” – Ariana Lovato

Designer Laura Umansky stands in her Houston studio