Well-known interior designer needs licensing agent
on Tuesday,August 09,2011 21:08
Celeri Kemble is known interior designer among many people in the Manhattan area, particularly for her design ideas, which have been emulated by people across the country, but she would be nowhere without her licensing agent - Keith Granet, an agent for the design industry, according to the New York Times.
"Fashion designers have lines that allow them to reach a large market," Kemble told the news source. "But for interior designers who do bespoke work for wealthy clients, licensing is the only avenue for broadening. And as decorators have enough trouble running their regular businesses, that’s why they need Keith."
Granet has helped with setting up showcases, put Kemble's ideas and name into advertisements to boost her business and has also negotiated countless deals for her as well, the media outlet reports.
Individuals who are interested in starting a career in interior design after they graduate from their design programs may be able to land a job. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in this field is expected to increase by 19 percent between 2008 and 2018.
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