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These are strange times. As the coronavirus continues to spread across the globe, the impact is being felt at all levels of society and across all industries, including design. At Business of Home we’re committed to working together to weather its impact on the design trade. Co-hosted by BOH editor in chief Kaitlin Petersen, join business coach Sean Low for a business strategy conversation, where we invite designers to come together to problem-solve, trouble shoot, and offer community support. Readers of his column know Low tackles designers’ problems head-on, so prepare to be challenged and provoked.
In this discussion, attendees will:
- Come prepared with questions and topics to discuss with Low and fellow members of your design community.
- Discuss how the coronavirus has already impacted business, and share how you’re navigating uncertainty in your local marketplace.
- Share strategies for remote-working and using technology to keep connected with clients and vendors
- Join together to support and uplift as we weather the storm as an industry
After this discussion, attendees will have:
- Tips and tricks for maintaining and sustaining a client-facing business while working remotely
- Resources and guidance during economic instability
This is an online course conducted through AdobeConnect. You will receive an email with information on how to join the evening before the class.
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Sean Low is the founder and president of The Business of Being Creative, a consulting firm focused on providing practical advice to those in the business of being creative. Low is passionate about challenging creative businesses to be the best versions of themselves, helping them set the foundation for growth and development and working alongside creative business owners to take their businesses as far as they want them to go. His clients include an impressive list of creative business owners—from florists and fashion brands to photographers and designers—including Nate Berkus, Sawyer Berson, Vicente Wolf, Barry Dixon, Kevin Isbell and McGrath II. Prior to founding his business in August 2009, Sean spent six years as president of Preston Bailey Design, Inc. He has a law degree from the University of Pennsylvania and, apart from working with amazing creative professionals, his business acumen is honed from his previous experience as a lawyer, investment banker, financial executive and small business owner.