Collections will allow brands to offer designers and clients a beautiful and interactive debut of new product collections, with big beautiful photographs, descriptions and specs, and tearsheets.
Brands may submit up to 50 product images and 100 words of copy through an online portal, which will be published on a page dedicated to that collection. Visitors to the page will have the ability to print a tear sheet of the collection, download and share images, and link to the product or company page for additional details.
Editorial upgrades include a Q&A with the brand’s creative director by a Business of Home editor, and inclusion in a special section of our design newsletter. After you build your Collection and submit payment, you’ll be given a list of options to upgrade editorially.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn about virtual product presentations, documentary-style videos, dedicated eblasts and more.
LAUNCH webinars are intensive two-hour sessions, consisting of both short presentation and lengthy Q&A with expert instructors. Consider these courses a consulting session—come armed with questions, ready to pick your instructors' brains to discover how you can apply their strategies to your business. Learn to draft airtight contracts, create a digital marketing strategy, manage client expectations and difficult personalities, build confidence when pitching clients, figure out exactly how to charge for your design expertise, and more.
A la carte tickets to each class are available for $125. BOH Insiders get complimentary access to each course.
BOH Insiders can visit their Benefits Portal, where all current LAUNCH classes are listed, to register directly with Zoom. Or, email email@example.com with any questions.
Online classes are conducted through Zoom webinar. All you need to join is reliable internet access and speakers with good volume.
Some, but not all, online webinars are recorded and available after-the-fact to BOH Insiders in the video recording library. Everyone who registers to attend a course will receive a video link, if available.
Some instructors do not wish to have their classes available as video, due to the proprietary or changing nature of their content. Classes conducted in person are not recorded.
Navigate to the top right corner of the homepage and select “Create an account” or “Log In” from the dropdown menu that appears when you mouse over the little grey person. You can use the “Forgot My Password” option to reset your password if needed.
After logging in, mouse up to the top right corner over the little grey person and select Dashboard from the dropdown. In your Dashboard, on the menu to the right, click Accounts and then Email Subscriptions.
After logging in, mouse up to the top right corner over the little grey person and select Dashboard from the dropdown. In your Dashboard, on the menu to the right, click Accounts and then Print Subscriptions. If you are receiving a gift subscription from one of our partners, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
News on showroom openings, professional moves and design book publication can be sent to email@example.com. Trade shows and design centers can also send announcements and updates for Show & Tell or our weekly News Digest to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a working interior designer and would like to be considered for an upcoming Trade Tales question, please introduce yourself! Send a short bio, headshot and 3 unique or fun facts about your business to email@example.com .
Business of Home publishes breaking news, industry insights and market analysis affecting the interior design and home space. Our editors are looking to hear from industry leaders, entrepreneurs and creative thinkers whose business strategies, pivots and innovations will resonate with our audience of interior designers and trade professionals. Have an idea to share? Reach our editors here. (Please keep in mind that we are not a consumer-focused publication, and we do not accept home tours, styled photoshoots or trend pitches. We also do not accept articles for placement.)
Think you’d make a good podcast guest? Email firstname.lastname@example.org; be sure to peruse our recent guests, and include your bio and a brief description of what you’d like to contribute to the conversation.
Questions for Sean Low’s Business Advice column can be sent to email@example.com
Interested in speaking at the Future of Home conference? Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your bio and what you’d like to contribute to the conversation.
Please email email@example.com to receive our Content Sharing Guidelines.
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Job postings are $229 and appear on the site for 90 days. You can post a new job here.
Job postings are included in the Jobs vertical and also on the homepage. It is included in our daily newsletter the morning after it is posted, and our weekly newsletter the Wednesday after it is posted. Occasionally, our editorial team will select certain jobs to appear on our social media channels, but these are selected solely at the discretion of Business of Home.
Candidates are invited to submit a cover letter, resume, and any other requested attachments. Once submitted, these will be automatically emailed to the email address associated with the account that created the job posting.
A new job posting appears at the top of the Jobs vertical as soon as it’s posted, and is pushed down as other people post their new jobs after it. After some time and enough new jobs, your post may fall “below the fold.” Because all new job postings begin at the top of the page and are ordered chronologically from time of posting, users are unable to “boost” their job back to the top.
Log in to the account that posted the job, mouse up to the top right corner over the little grey person and select Dashboard from the dropdown menu. In your Dashboard, on the menu to the right, click Submissions and then Jobs. All of your job postings are listed here and can be edited, or paused if the position has been filled.
Calendar event listings cost $75 and appear until the posted end date of the event. You can post a calendar event listing here.
Calendar event listings are included in the Calendar vertical and also on the homepage. They are included in our weekly newsletter the Wednesday after they are posted. Occasionally, our editorial team will select certain events to appear on our social media channels, but these are selected solely at the discretion of Business of Home.
Log in to the account that posted the event, mouse up to the top right corner over the little grey person and select Dashboard from the dropdown. In your Dashboard, on the menu to the right, click Submissions and then Events. All your calendar event listings are listed here and can be edited up until the posted end date.
Experts is a directory of business services, skilled tradespeople and an interior designer directory. Business service categories include accounting and financial services, art advisors, authors and copywriters, business consultants, legal services, licensing services, marketing and PR, photographers, recruiters, stylists and web/graphic designers. Skilled trades include cabinet makers, contractors, decorative artists, landscape architects and designers, lighting and lampshades, organizers, painting and wallpaper installers, shipping and receiving, textile printers, fabric mills and workrooms.
Experts listings are free for BOH Insiders, or $349 per year. You can create your listing here.
You can claim your Experts listing via your Benefits Portal. Once the form has been filled out and submitted (ignore the payment fields), return to your Dashboard, click on Submissions and then Experts, and toggle your profile to active! (If you are not a BOH Insider, you can purchase a listing here.)
Listings in the Business Services and Interior Designer directories are available to the public. Listings in the Skilled Trades categories are available exclusively for BOH Insiders.
You can edit your Experts listing at any time in your Dashboard, by clicking on Submissions and then Experts.
Upon registration BOH Insiders will be asked to provide a member number. Head to your Benefits Portal, and under “BOH Perks and Discounts” you’ll find your unique ten-digit code.
Future of Home will take place at the Metropolitan Pavillion in New York.
While a detailed speaker agenda won’t be revealed until right before the conference, you can plan to expect the following basic structure:
Programming (two 20-minute blocks)
Networking break (20 minutes)
Programming (20 minutes)
Lunch (30 minutes)
Programming (three 20-minute blocks)
Networking break (20 minutes)
Programming (two 20-minute blocks)
Virtual attendees, don’t fear—we will have bonus content for you when the in-person attendees are on breaks.
Yes—breakfast and lunch will be served both days, and coffee and snacks will be available during the networking breaks. Vegetarian and gluten free options will be provided.
Yes, due to NY State and venue regulations, you must be able to show proof of vaccination to enter the venue. If you are unable to or choose not to be vaccinated, we encourage you to tune in virtually!
Future of Home’s event production team is COVID certified and have gone to great lengths to ensure the safety and comfort of our attendees. During the event, sanitation of frequently-touched surfaces will happen every 30 minutes, using 3M’s hospital-grade 5L disinfectant/germicide. Wall-mounted hand sanitizers will be provided in all restrooms and entrance lobbies. The HVAC system features upgraded general surgery-grade filtration, and all venue employees are educated and trained on COVID-19 protocols and guidelines.
As of June 2021, the following safety measures are asked of you: Please prepare to wear a mask. You can expect to undergo a temperature check upon arrival, and all guests must show proof of vaccination before entering the venue. Inside, you will find socially distanced seating, a security team that ensures separation of foot traffic at entrances and exits, and individually portioned food and drink.
Metropolitan Pavillion is ADA compliant.
Yes! You can tune in virtually (it’s free for BOH Insiders). All programming sessions also will be recorded and available in a video library for BOH Insiders to access after the event. BOH’s editors will also be recapping programming highlights throughout the day on Monday and Tuesday.
Refunds for in-person tickets will be honored on a case-by-case basis up until September 10th, 2020. Because venue capacity is strictly limited, we recommend reaching out early if there is a possibility you won’t be able to attend. Refunds will not be issued for virtual tickets, as they also provide credentials to watch the video recording after the event.
In the unlikely event New York City or State forces cancellation of in-person events as a health and safety precaution, the event will be rescheduled for a future date.