Talley, Charles
July 1993
Surface Design Journal;Summer93, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p2
Trade Publication
The article presents 10 tips on how an individual can succeed in his or her new business. According to the author, a person should not quit from present job and he should decide what he really want to do. He suggested that the businessman should have artistic, technical, and administrative skills in doing the task. He noted the importance of communicating with regional or state representative of the Surface Design Association (SDA) for further information. He recommended that the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) can be the starting point for young businessmen in having contact with other businessmen that can give them opportunities.


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