By Gail Doby, ASID
CVO and Co-Founder of Gail Doby Coaching & Consulting
Summer will be here before you know it. For me and my team, that means Genius Exchange is fast approaching. We’ve planned this one-of-a-kind event to take place when business tends to slow down to make it available to as many designers as possible. I encourage you to make plans now to attend, as seating and hotel rooms are limited.
This year’s Genius Exchange will take place July 17 to 19 at the luxuriously redesigned Graduate Providence in beautiful Providence, Rhode Island. As the name suggests, at Genius Exchange you’ll have the opportunity to hear from amazing interior designers who will share with you real-world lessons-learned, advice and tips on how to innovate, renovate and accelerate your business for strong and consistent growth. You’ll come away with new insights, inspiration, and practical tools and templates you can employ right away to jump-start your business, streamline your operations, and move ahead of the competition. Plus, you’ll have plenty of opportunity to meet, network and develop new contacts and relationships with hundreds of other highly successful and savvy designers like yourself.
We all have times in our businesses when we feel stuck, stale, stagnating, or frustrated by challenges and roadblocks we can’t seem to get around. Or, sometimes we just need to step away from the daily grind, refresh, and get a different perspective on things. Whichever applies to you at the moment, you’ll come away from Genius Exchange with a renewed enthusiasm and sense of purpose, bursting with new ideas and strategies to get your business moving again.
Lots of conferences and workshops offer how-to advice. We created Genius Exchange to provide successful designers with how-to-do-more proven tactics. If you’re a designer with a firm earning a minimum of $250,000 in annual revenue, we hope you will join us, and the many repeat Genius Exchange attendees, for what promises to be the best Genius Exchange yet. For more information, and to register and make lodging reservations, visit the Genius Exchange webpage. Space is limited, so act now to reserve your seat.