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Abbyson Announces 2 Kick-off Market Events
Home furnishings resource Abbyson, in partnership with home design and remodeling platform Houzz, has announced it will host two networking events in its High Point Showroom Building located at 300 E Green Drive, High Point, N.C. Both events will feature prominent figures in the design community and provide attendees with tips and learnings to uplevel their business.
"The exciting return of Abbyson events will be beneficial to designers and anyone in our industry looking to enhance their business as well as industry knowledge,” said Yavar Rafieha, chief executive officer of Abbyson
Saturday, April 2 at 4 p.m.
Power of Photography; Leverage Your Lens with Alyssa Rosenheck
Alyssa Rosenheck, celebrated interiors & architectural photographer, and the bestselling author of The New Southern Style, will be diving into her strategies, tips, and best practices on using photography as an expansive tool to attract the right clients for your business. Attendees will learn:
· The power of photography
· How to leverage your lens
· How to build visual brand pillars
· Best practices to achieve success on shoot day
The speaker event will be followed by an After Party including cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, DJ, and an opportunity to mingle with Alyssa and guests.
Sunday, April 3 at 3:30 p.m.
Future-Proofing Your Business Blueprint for Sustainability & Growth
Jane Dagmi grills a trio of illustrious design firm principals, Christopher Kennedy of Christopher Kennedy Inc., Sara Barney of BANDD Design, and Jenny Slingerland of Black Ink Interiors, on the pandemic pivot, while digging deep into key learnings to help set you up for success this year and moving forward. Attendees will gain insight into:
· How to navigate tough conversations on lead time
· Scaling your team and doubling down
· Turning pain points into opportunities
· Leveraging tech and processes for efficiency and profitability
Guests should RSVP to each event as limited space is available and will reach capacity quickly