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August 10, 2020
On the latest episode of the BOH podcast, design publishing expert Jill Cohen explains what it takes to make a great design book, why the medium is here to stay and the biggest mistake designers make along the way.
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August 3, 2020
On the latest episode of the Business of Home podcast, Ann Sutherland, co-founder and CEO of Perennials, discusses her company’s rocky early days, the rise of performance fabrics, and what new product represents the future of her company.
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July 27, 2020
On the latest episode of the BOH podcast, designer Mikel Welch shares how his super-scrappy beginnings led to a career in TV, product design and high-profile private clients—plus, how he handles racist microaggressions on the job.
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July 20, 2020
Guesst founder Michele Varian has long sought to reset the power imbalance between landlords and retail renters. The pandemic may help do just that, as tough conditions force negotiators to strike new kinds of deals.
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July 13, 2020
On the latest episode of the BOH podcast, Stephane Silverman, founder of textile brand Castel, gives a master class on the inner workings of the fabric industry, breaking down everything from CFAs to pricing.
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July 6, 2020
On the latest episode of the BOH podcast, Ryan Hughes of Atlanta-based R Hughes showroom digs into his business’s scrappy beginnings, his building a roster of the freshest talent out there and his secret to avoiding brand complacency.
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June 29, 2020
On the latest episode of the Business of Home podcast, Brad Hargreaves, founder of co-living company Common, explains why co-living has a bright future in the age of social distancing.
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June 15, 2020
In the newest episode of the Business of Home podcast, host Dennis Scully speaks to two real estate experts about how COVID-19 has impacted the housing market, and what’s to come.
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June 8, 2020
On the latest episode of the Business of Home podcast, Knoll CEO Andrew Cogan explains why office furniture isn’t going anywhere, lessons learned from past recessions and his plan for diversifying the company’s staff.
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