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2015 Fee Proposal Workshop Series

(RIBA approved - Double CPD Points)

In association with

Most Architects and Design Professionals are trained to price design services by; estimating their cost to complete the work, balancing it with local market conditions and then negotiating with the Client in an attempt to secure the commission. Economists call this pricing model first degree price discrimination. There is a better way… Join two design fee experts at the One-day Fee Proposal Workshop where a group of 16 attendees (maximum) will be shown how to write proposals that; increase fee levels, raise conversion rates and avoid scope creep.

Read more: www.blueturtlemc.com/uk-workshops

Note: RIBAJ readers can access a 10% discount by applying the following promotional code when registering: RIBAJ


 

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