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Are you in charge of your practice’s future, or do you take what you’re given?
Nothing has a bigger impact on the future of your practice than the clients you choose to work with. If you are like most architects, you’re reliant on word of mouth and referrals to fill your pipeline with new work. These are passive forms of business development that degrade over time, and you have very little control over any of them.
Marketing is the act of taking control of your practice’s future. It’s about being intentional about building relationships with the people who will help take your practice to the next level.
I believe you can permanently change the way you market your architecture practice.
If you’re feeling stuck and ready to make a change, then let’s take a look at what I can do to help you get get back on track.
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