Growing a Small Firm
Growing a Small Firm is a monthly series created by AIA San Francisco and Mark Cavagnero, FAIA, with panel discussions specially designed to help architects who have recently branched out on their own, have a growing firm or are considering starting their own business. These best practice lectures will bring together some of San Francisco’s leading architects, contractors, engineers, and other design professionals for evenings of focused conversation and invaluable insight.
Select Growing a Small Firm events are now available for viewing online through aecKnowledge. Click below to learn more.
|2013||December||Best Practices for Cultivating Repeat Clients||View|
|2013||November||Developing your Identity and Building your Reputation||View|
|2013||October||Online Media and Social Networking for Architects||View|
|2013||August||What Makes a Successful Partnership? Working Relationships with Other Small Firms||View|
|2013||June||Strategies for Entering New Markets and Diversifying Your Practice||View|
|2013||May||Collaboration Between Architects, Designers and Construction Professionals||View|
|2013||April||Working with Large Firms: Key Strategies for Small Practices||View|
|2013||March||How Can the Role of Women in Architecture be Elevated and Supported?||View|
|2013||February||What Public Design Opportunities Exist for a Small Firm?||View|
|2012||December||How to Start Your Own Firm: Marketing||View|
You can read more about past events on Architizer's blog, which covered How to Start Your Own Firm: Marketing, Public Design Opportunities for Small Firms, and Starting Your Own Architecture Firm: Teaming With Larger Practices.