Design Business Roundtables

The Design Business Roundtable Series of Events Has Arrived.

Join successful members of the St. Louis design community as they answer your questions about what it took for them to start and run their own thing. Whether that was a design firm, or a freelance career, our panel of experts will be there to help you learn what it takes to build your dream.

Thursday, March 30th

From Just a Job, to Opening Your Own Design Firm.

Want to know what it takes to open and run your own design business? Join our panel who did just that. Day one and you’re on your own kid! You always wanted to start your own design business, now here you are at the threshold of your new adventure. What now? Come and hear what 4 designers who did just that learned.

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Thursday, June 29th

How to Get (and Keep!) Clients for Your New Business.

It takes more than a great portfolio to get a client. Once you’ve got them how do you keep them? Four designers who have learned the magic formula to get and keep clients will be available to answer your questions regarding these important aspects of business success.

Thursday, September 21st

Getting Started. Best Practices. Lessons Learned.

OK, you have the skills and experience, as well as a wealth of talent, but have you ever run a business? Designers aren’t lawyers, so we’ve invited one to join our panel of design experts to help you understand some business basics.

Thursday, December 7th

Taxes Are Due When? Seriously?

OK, you have the skills and experience, as well as a wealth of talent, but have you ever run a business? A guest Accountant joins our group of successful designers to discuss the ins and outs of the financial side of running your own business.

Where
All events will be held at the Atrium on the 4th floor of the
Centenne Center for the Arts and Education
3547 Olive Street
St. Louis, MO 63103

Free for AIGA Members
$10 for Non-members.

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By Timothy Hykes
Published February 10, 2017
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