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February 10, 2020
Dave Dawson, CEO of Charleston, South Carolina–based lighting manufacturer The Urban Electric Company, tells BOH how serendipitous circumstances helped bring about the company’s $10.7 million expansion plan, which includes 160,000 square feet of facilities and 180 projected new jobs.
podcast
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February 10, 2020
Interior designer Kathryn M. Ireland discusses her charmed career, her casual approach to decorating, and the strategy behind her e-commerce and e-design startup, The Perfect Room.
magazine
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February 7, 2020
Admit it: You’ve got entrepreneur fever. You’ve always had a great idea for a business kicking around in the back of your head, maybe something that could transform the industry, or at least turn a tidy profit—if only you had the money to get it off the ground. Before you start playing chicken with your credit limit, check out this list of ways design world entrepreneurs are getting funded, how they work—and what to watch out for.
podcast
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February 3, 2020
Sheila Bridges discusses the slow pace of progress toward inclusivity in design, the legacy she’s building with her iconic Harlem Toile pattern, and why fame can be a double-edged sword.
magazine
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January 31, 2020
Interior design can be a tough business, but there’s plenty of opportunity (and profit) out there if you know where to look—and how to ask for it. Just ask iconic decorator Elsie de Wolfe, who, in one morning, landed what may be the biggest design commission ever. All it took was a little hustle.
digital disruptors
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January 29, 2020
Amazon alum Laura Meyer founded Envision Horizons to help companies navigate the e-commerce colossus. She explains why few home brands have achieved breakthrough success on the platform, why the new form of luxury is convenience, and insider intel on Amazon’s algorithms.
industry insider
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January 26, 2020
A new study polled more than 1,000 designers to find out what they liked (or didn’t like) about design centers. According to the results, a desire for pricing transparency and extended hours are the big takeaways.
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