AIA The Business of Architecture Series

Date/Time

Sep 14, 2018
01:00 PM until 05:00 PM

Description

AIA Colorado’s new program, The Business of Architecture, is designed to provide mid-career architects with essential career tools for managing a prosperous practice. Whether you’re looking to take on more responsibility within your current firm, or considering starting your own practice, this series will equip you with the necessary skills to set yourself apart.

The series (six sessions total) covers all facets of firm management and development. Each session in the series builds on the last and will culminate with the opportunity for you to create a business and/or personal plan that you can use going forward. For this reason, participation in the entire series is encouraged, however registration for individual sessions is an option.

Each half-day session will include highly interactive presentations and panel discussions, as well as group and individual work assignments.

Unsure whether you should register? Click here to read about the AIA Conference on Architecture 2018 Keynote, CEO of the Bjarke Ingels Group, Sheela Søgaard, and her appeal to attendees that architects need to focus more on the business of architecture to grow their practices.

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Cost to attend:

  • Full Series, AIA Member: $659

  • Full Series, Non-Member: $959

  • Individual Sessions, AIA Member: $129

  • Individual Sessions, Non-Member: $199

Cost

See Description

Location

View map AIA Colorado
303 E 17th Ave
#110
Denver, CO

Additional Information

Sponsor

AIA Colorado

Contact name

Megan Concannon

Contact email

megan@aiacolorado.org

We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of this information. However, you should always call ahead to confirm dates, times, location, and other information.

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