During the Woman-to-Woman Community call, 40 female DLN Members gathered and discussed the most important issues they face as female business owners. Here are a few insights into many of the challenges that female leaders are facing today.
The New Yorker-to-New Yorker Community call revealed powerful issues that appear to be New York City only. These issues include perceptions of the city to the practical realities of working on buildings where co-op boards control access and the state of mass transit, among other issues that are key to how design firms work on the biggest market in the US.
Last week, DLN’s Peter Sallick hosted Doug Garfinkle, EVP, Showrooms at Kravet and Eric Sanchez, Executive Director, Business Strategy & Real Estate at Waterworks to discuss their expert planning efforts for their own offices and showroom openings… Click here to watch.
Our Expert Access discussion on the residential real estate market was a realistic and optimistic look at the how real estate market creates demand for design services… Click here to watch.
A few weeks ago, we conducted a zoom call with the DLN Design Masters Council and we asked them to weigh in on one big question: What is the invisible name-tag you would want your team to “feel” from being around you as a leader as we move through this phase?
DLN advisor Michael Boodro, talked with James LaForce last week for an Expert Access webinar detailing corporate and brand messaging guidelines during COVID-19. James and Michael shared a few key takeaways for DLN members and partners to use within their own businesses when messaging to clients, vendors, and staff.
Last week, leaders from Taconic Builders and Bulley & Andrews gathered with Tim Slattery, principal and partner at Hart Howerton, to share insights on navigating job site health, safety, and logistics.
The DLN hosted Melissa Biggs Bradley, founder of luxury travel company Indagare for a discussion on the future of travel in 2020. Highlights of the conversation included…
This past week, there were many discussions around the topic of reopening and establishing a personal six week plan to return to work. Many designers are setting a specific “open date” of when they will be back in the office and are communicating these plans with their staff…