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Guerrilla Tactics 2014

Words:
Lucy Carmichael

Archi-preneurs is all about using your nimbleness to make a business. Learn how others have done it at Guerrilla Tactics 2014

Designed to develop must-have business skills, the Guerrilla Tactics 2014 Archi-preneurs conference will offer an essential guide for small practices on how to make the most of their nimbleness. Including keynote talks from Farshid Moussavi, David Saxby and Rohan Silva, speakers from both within and beyond architecture will share the secrets of their success. ‘The event is about the spirit of smallness, about optimism and opportunity,’ says AR executive editor Will Hunter, the external curator of this year’s programme. The reduced price ticket offer ends on 10 October. Book your tickets, including a free lunch and an invitation to get some quick fire advice from successful architects at the at mentoring speed dating after party at:

http://www.architecture.com/Guerrillatactics2014

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