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August 5, 2020
On TikTok, it’s easy to go viral fast. But the app also skews young and can prove difficult to convert viewers into clients. Here’s how interior designers are leveraging the 60-second video platform now.
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July 29, 2020
When Havenly noticed a shortage of digital skills in its hiring pool, the company decided to launch Havenly University, which offers designers free courses in virtual image rendering skills.
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July 9, 2020
Until recently, subscription furniture startups have been focused on the middle tier of the market. Now, a new entry to the marketplace, ZZ Driggs, is targeting the high end with artisan-made furniture and antiques for rent.
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June 26, 2020
Hoping to lower the barrier of entry to quality photography and styling for e-commerce, Elizabeth Giorgi and Hayley Anderson founded Soona, a fast-casual approach to content creation that allows businesses to mail in product and have it shot and styled at an affordable price.
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June 24, 2020
After a decade working in textiles for brands like Ralph Lauren Home, Adah Chan has launched Baea, a sustainable bedding company with a design-forward approach that plans to take on the luxury market.
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June 19, 2020
A year after launching e-design company Spoak, Hilah Stahl and her co-founder, John Kenny, realized that they were hiding their best asset—a designer project management platform—behind the scenes.
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June 12, 2020
“Looking for an interior designer? Just Google it”—but how can you make sure your firm’s name is the one that gets clicked on? BOH asked a few SEO pros how they got their firms to the top of the list.
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