Join Petrula Vrontikis for an in-depth discussion in this video About this course, part of Running a Design Business: Starting Small.
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Much of the information in this course overlaps my other lynda.com course on freelancing. It's because some of the information is the same, whether you're a freelancer or a new business owner. You may recognize some of it if you've viewed both the courses. Know that it's important for each course to be self-contained. Whatever your goals are, I've tried to cover what you'll need to know about thriving independently in your new venture. As your business grows, and you may need more information along the way. you can reference this course and all the courses that my colleague Terry Lee Stone and I have offered in the lynda.com series called Running a Design Business.
- Naming and structuring your business
- Keeping records
- Cultivating business relationships
- Hiring employees and subcontractors
- Creating schedules and managing deadlines
- Understanding industry trends
- Avoiding the pitfalls of spec work
- Promoting your business through social media
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Running a Design Business: Designer-Client Agreementswith Terry Lee Stone1h 10m Appropriate for all
1. A Solid Foundation
2. Structure and Form
3. Getting Work
4. Developing Contracts
5. Keeping It Running
6. The Trends
7. Looking Ahead
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