On this episode of Trade Tales, Ahmad AbouZanat shares the winding road he took to starting his own firm, and how an unexpected setback prompted him to double down on investing in his business’s infrastructure.
On this episode of The Business of Home Podcast, CEO and founder of Lulu and Georgia Sara Sugarman shares why the brand is sticking to e-commerce over showrooms and how she hopes to maintain an entrepreneurial work culture despite the company’s growth.
On this episode of The Business of Home Podcast, interior designer Thom Filicia shares why he chose to star in Queer Eye when he was advised against it and the importance of High Point Market for industry connections, inspiration and education.
On this episode of Trade Tales, Katie Monkhouse shares how the help of a business coach uncovered new insights about herself and her firm’s future, and why she believes a diversity of design voices will take her business to the next level.
On this episode of The Business of Home Podcast, Frederic Henry, CEO of North America for The Romo Group, shares how the British brand has approached international expansion and why it prioritizes trade exclusivity.
On this episode of Trade Tales, Redondo Beach, California–based designer Christine Vroom shares how recovering from a mental health crisis transformed her work-life boundaries, reshaped her business—and ultimately helped her connect to clients on a deeper level.