Marketing for Architects: 7 Low- or No-Cost Ways to Elevate Your Small Firm
If you’re the owner of a small architecture firm, chances are you’re running your business without extra resources to dedicate to marketing. But when it comes to getting the word out about your business and bringing in new work, you don’t actually have to spend tons of money. From building your brand online, to spreading the word about what you do, to using software that keeps your client base happy, there are lots of great ways to promote your firm that are inexpensive or even free.
7 Low- or No-Cost Ways to Elevate Your Small Business Firm
Does Shared Office Space Pay Off?
Are you the owner of a very small architecture firm working from a home office? While practical, spending 24/7 in the same place can be exhausting. If you’re ready to move to a more professional work environment, consider renting office space by the day, week or month. Check out this breakdown of the pros and cons of shared office space.
Running an architecture firm means focusing on managing the business while also fostering growth. You need to maximize the potential you already have and also recognize new opportunities to win work and expand your business. In this e-book, get actionable tips from architecture professionals to help your firm gain the edge it needs to realize growth.
Talented architects never stop looking for ways to add expertise and drive their career forward. One of the most sought after credentials is LEED accreditation, which showcases your knowledge of green building and might just open the door to a green specialization.