On the latest episode of The Business of Home Podcast, iconic design journalist Suzanne Slesin shares tales of her extensive career writing for top industry titles and explains what it takes to get published today.
In the latest episode of Warren Shoulberg’s Retail Watch podcast, former executive and Columbia Business School professor Mark Cohen says the long decline of the department store has passed the point of no return—but also that there’s never been a better time for new players to enter the retail game.
After pivoting from a career in business and law, North Carolina–based designer Traci Zeller has put the tools of her former trades to work, building a firm driven by organization, attention to detail and clear communication.
On the latest episode of the Business of Home podcast, Minted CEO Mariam Naficy shares how her company grew from greeting cards to total home world domination and her perspective on the industry’s future.
On Business of Home’s new podcast, Retail Watch, host Warren Shoulberg chats with Michigan specialty retailer Mary Liz Curtin on how her eclectic business came to be—and why acting like a big fish helped her store come out ahead, even after an especially trying year.
On the latest episode of The Business of Home Podcast, the founder of outdoor furniture brand Munder Skiles shares the history of teak, talks Thomas Jefferson’s garden bench, and recounts the speech that led him to follow his passion.
On this episode of Trade Tales, Los Angeles–based designer Sean Leffers shares his journey from house flipping to interior design, and explains why he’s taking on projects that offer a glimpse into the future.
On the latest episode of The Business of Home Podcast, architect Tom Kligerman shares stories from his 30-year career—from a fortuitous meeting with a former professor to his out-of-the-box experiments with client presentations.