Last week I asked you all what scares you about starting an Interior Design business and what are your biggest questions.... Across the board I got this questions the most often, because at the end of the day, we all want to make great money doing what we love...right?? The Question: Can I really make 6 figures as an Interior Designer without working my life away? In fact, lets add....In just 20 hours a week! Wait....what, just 20 hours a week?? Your ears are perking up now... In reality…
If you're an experienced interior designer looking to break out on your own and start your own interior designer business, you'll want to make sure you have a solid plan of how to define your interior design services. With the right vision and an organized plan of attack, you can create a successful and thriving business that specializes in interior design. Get ready to discover what it takes to define your interior design services and get your business up and running!
A fee schedule is just a list of client fees that could occur in your business and charge to clients. It is not necessary to have one, but if your pricing structure is complicated and you want to be transparent in pricing this is the way to go. I'm 100% for clear, transparent, and simple pricing.
Outside of direct services, what is the best form of additional income for interior designers? What avenue is the most profitable and worth pursuing for a company with three employees? Furniture sales? Passive income downloads? Courses? Affiliate income?” While it may not seem obvious, the answer is
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