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trade tales
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June 24, 2022
Once a project is underway, the legwork doesn’t have to fall on the designer alone. Some firms request a little more from their clients. We asked six industry pros—Doug Davis, Suzanne Duin, Wade Weissmann, James Conley, Karen King and Florence Livingston—what homework they assign to help the process along.
retail watch
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June 23, 2022
The home furnishings business has come back down to earth after two crazy years. But a close look at the plans of big retailers like Walmart, At Home and Overstock suggest that we shouldn’t confuse a slowdown with a nosedive.
magazine
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June 23, 2022
After 30 years in the design industry, business coach Melissa Galt is fluent in the language of wealthy clients. In conversation with designer Kīyonda Powell, the two discuss Galt’s book on the topic of finding and connecting with members of the upper echelon.
magazine
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June 22, 2022
Somewhere amid the emergence of “unicorn” brands and “rise and grind” coffee mugs, the frenetic whatever-it-takes ethos of buzzy startups has seeped into the workplace at large. But amid the pressures of hustle culture, which demands growth at all costs, some designers are opting to stay solo.
podcast
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June 22, 2022
On the latest episode of the Trade Tales podcast, Kevin Isbell shares how his experiences learning from some of the best in the industry shaped what he wanted from his own firm—and how he started to carve out his own definition of success.
mark your calendar
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June 21, 2022
This month, designers and aficionados alike have ample opportunity to descend on a number of art and design fairs peddling contemporary works, antiques and home decor items. Read on for BOH’s monthly calendar highlights, including conferences, trade shows and design discussions.
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