New interior design eBook may help businesses stay afloat

on Monday,February 07,2011 18:02


Recently, an eBook was released by Design Success University to provide interior designers with pointers on how to increase profit and stay afloat. Interior Design Fee and Salary Survey touches upon statistics from the U.S. and Canada, depicting the current state of the industry. Individuals who read the eBook will have a better idea of how to approach the field in the upcoming year.

Gail Doby, chief vision officer of Design Success University, said that slow economic conditions have forced more interior design businesses to become versatile to keep up with the times. More consumers are demanding transparent fees and exceptional service, and companies that make adjustments to meet these needs are seeing success.

According to data collected in a 2010 survey, approximately 10 percent of interior designers outsourced to keep up with their competition. Nearly 7 percent of businesses were able to add new staff members.

Additional information in the eBook may help individuals find jobs and success in the interior design industry.

As other companies recognize the benefits of remodeling, interior designers are expected to be in high demand, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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