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Statement of Work for Interior Designers



Our Statement of Work is for interior designers who want a strong start to the client relationship.

Don’t let the idea of a Statement of Work scare you. While many large professional services companies use them, a Statement of Work is increasingly important for small design firms. During the sales cycle, you want to properly capture as many details as possible, including the level of effort involved in bringing the project to fruition – the Statement of Work is the capture of that discussion. A preliminary Scope of Work is included in the Statement of Work.

This Statement of Work for interior designers is a fill – in – the – blank form for you to use immediately.

See this as your first opportunity to showcase your professional service to a prospective client. From here, you’re looking to move your client to the next step which is a proposal aka a contract.



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About Interior Design Master Class

We’re fire starters for interior designers who want to shift from designer to CEO. Join us for interior designer business classes, consulting and coaching that will help you get laser-focused on the business you want. Build creative freedom into your business DNA, get organized and increase your profitability.

About Wendy Hicken

Wendy is the brainchild behind Interior Design Master Class. She helps interior designers get laser-focused on the business they want; helping them build creative freedom in their business DNA, get organized, embrace joy and increase profitability. She believes that when we live more out of intention we stay in driver’s seat of our life, and with a healthy cocktail of vision casting, action and cheerleading she motivates as much as she cracks the whip.

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