3 Reasons Why You Can’t Afford to Miss the 2nd Annual Interior Design Business Success Summit
Maybe you’re on the fence about registering for this year’s summit. Perhaps the idea of investing in yourself sounds a little rich, or you’re just not sure it’s the right thing to do right now. Both of those reasons are valid, and I’m sure all of the other ones you have swirling around your brain are too, but please listen to me when I say you won’t regret the decision, and in fact, attending Summit 2021 might be one of the best decisions you make.
I could probably do an entire Summit on the benefits of attending said Summit, but in the event of saving time, I’ve put together my top three best, most important, tip top reasons why you have to attend this year’s 2nd Annual Interior Design Business Success Summit. All five are coming up next.
You Get a BTS Sneak Peek of the Dallas Market Center
That’s right, THE Dallas Market Center, “leading wholesale marketplace in North America.” And you’re getting an up close and personal view of it all. During your tour you’ll be able to catch a glimpse of the newest collections from your tried and true vendors as well as those lesser known newbies that are ready to make an impression on designers like yourself.
If you’ve ever wondered what five million-- yes you’re reading that right, a five and six zeroes -- square feet of marketplace looks like, you’re about to find out. This insider info will help set you apart from other designers. While you’re exploring the hundreds of new, cutting edge design products, you’re getting a major leg up on the competition.
It’s a Vacation and Business Trip
You need a vacation, plain and simple. But let’s be honest, there’s always a touch of guilt when you’re sneaking off for some quiet time on your own, or spending money on yourself. Not this time, babe! This is a business trip, strictly for the most serious of interior designers… at least that’s what you’re going to tell everyone.
Nobody has to know what happens outside of your 8:30-4:30 days spent listening to those badass speakers and doing all the design things. You don’t have to tell anyone that you’re also going to be joining your peers for a welcome cocktail hour, and experiencing a special cooking event at Ferguson’s.
And those are just a few of the fun and fabulous experiences you’re getting on this “business trip.” Who said business has to be boring? Nobody, that’s who. A vacation/business trip is exactly what you need to reinvigorate your love of the design biz, and to gather new inspo for current and future projects.
Social Interaction… with Adults
Yes, those are angels you hear singing in the background as you read that. It’s finally time for you to get out of the house and enjoy some time with other adult humans doing the same thing. Not only will you be surrounded by like-minded designers wanting to grow their business (hello, networking) but you’ll also get to hear from, and bump elbows with some of the biggest names in the industry.
Who are these big names, you ask? And how can these design gurus help put money back in your pocket? I’m not one to drop names… but for Summit’s sake, I’ll give you just a taste of who you can expect to see, and what they’ll be sharing:
- Gage Edwards presents “Raise Your Profile and Grow Your Business Online”
- Rick Campos on “Your Business By Design”
- Maureen Mwangi’s “The Secret Ingredient to Being Your Own Brand”
… and again, these are just a few of the big speakers we have lined up for you. And each one has something new to share with you, so you can start building your own design empire.
As the interior design industry continues to evolve and grow to the ever-changing marketplace, the need for outside the box thinking and coming together as a community is needed more than ever.
And after a year like 2020, we deserve an event where we can come together and discuss it all — and so much more! Between these three reasons and the impending FOMO you’ll have from seeing your designer friends’ social posts while they’re at Summit, I think you know what your next move needs to be. Click here to register, and I’ll save you a seat.