DSA Newsletter - December 2009

Yep, it's here again -we're right in the middle of yet another holiday season! While I hope everyone has lots of clients keeping them busy, I also hope you find time to sit back and take in all the festivities of the season with family and friends. This is also a great time of year to look back over the past 12 months and analyze your business. How can you make things even better in 2010?

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DSA Newsletter - November, 2009

How about an opportunity to network with other interior design professionals? Could your business benefit from shared ideas and resources found among like minds? This could be your chance!

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DSA Newsletter - October, 2009

Your Designer Society of America was well represented at World Market in Las Vegas last month, as I spent several days networking with industry professionals, all working together for the greater good. In addition, I attended numerous seminars to see what others across the nation are working on and what priorities are set for the coming year.

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DSA Newsletter - September 2009

Whether you are a small business owner or are thinking about starting a small business, everyone in the country is impacted by America's small business economy. Small businesses continue to be the heartbeat of America, representing 99.7 percent of all employer firms and generating 60 to 80 percent of new jobs over the past decade, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration.

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DSA Newsletter - August 2009

When meeting a new client for the first time, your portfolio can make or break a deal, depending on how you use it to sell yourself and your design talents. Be sure your entire portfolio reflects your style and abilities, providing potential clients with a clear idea of the level of professional interior design services you are capable of providing.

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DSA Newsletter - July 2009

While we have all heard these things in the past, it's easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of a busy design business and forget some of the basics, such as professional ethics and standards. As practicing designers, we should always behave in a way that is ethical and professional.

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DSA Newsletter - June 2009

Welcome! If you are reading this, you are evidently one of many new members who have recently joined this exciting networking opportunity. We want DSA to become your number one "go to" resource for all your design professional needs. Our organization is a fantastic opportunity to communicate with like minds and industry professionals from across the country.

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* Prior to 2009 newsletters where not archived.