Many interior designers consider their profession to be creating creative work. However, they forget that the basic task of any company is profit, and an interior design office is a business like any other. Here you also “fight” for the client, against the competition, you have to pay taxes and live. Even the most beautiful renderings are no longer enough because the same pictures are created by at least a dozen designers from the same region.
Why are you making the same as others, and why doesn’t it work? Discussion of specific examples based on existing interior design offices.
What to do to be more competitive in the market, and increasing the price of your projects.
What influences the perception of you as a specialist? What to do to make your offer more competitive without changing its scope and reducing the price?
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