LIVE Q&A SESSION 47:
March 31st, 2022: 11am (Eastern Time)
Very helpful – thank you so much!
Thank you. Insightful and very helpful.
How to charge after initial phone consult?
Projects take a considerable time and as we are now experiencing costs can rise dramatically over that period. How can we protect our fees in these uncertain times?
How can I win a job on value rather than lowest price?
How do I get paid for additional revisions, where clients don’t follow my design (landscape design)?
If this hasn’t already been asked, how do you suggest charging for travel time? As an Interior Designer when shopping for client either locally or at design market. And what about back office/admin work – same thing?
I’m a certified interior designer in a state with a title law. No permitting privileges. However, I still create complicated electrical/mechanical layouts with switching diagrams and have to hand them to an architect for their stamp. 1. First, should I be charging separately and more for this work? 2. I ask this because recently, an architect copied my one-page work and charged my client $1,000!!! Sounds outrageous to me when it’s “my” work. Not sure what to do here. Thank you.
If it’s a new client that ends up requiring a lot more handholding (more meetings & emails) than expected, how do you cover that?