Abbyson Hosts Event with Leading Designers, “Communicating with the First Time Client,” in High Point

The event will take place October 15 at 4 p.m. and an RSVP is required.

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Abbyson is partnering with leading interior designers to host an informative event during High Point Market, “Communicating with the First Time Client,” on Sunday, Oct. 15th at 4 p.m. The complimentary event will be held at Abbyson’s IHFC showroom (Floor 11 #C1156) and is open to all market attendees. Abbyson has also reached out to partner with High Point University to invite students to attend this educational event with a goal to help educate and inspire future millennial entrepreneurs and interior designers.

Top designers Barrie Livingston, Rachel Cannon, and Anthony Michael will participate in a panel discussion, moderated by Yian Quach of House Digital Design, sharing best practices on how to best communicate with first time interior design clients in order to boost your business.

Guests will enjoy drinks and hors d’oeuvres, and should RSVP to [email protected] as limited space is available.

“Since the launch of Abbyson’s Design Program and web portal last year, we’ve had great success working with interior designers around the country and finding solutions to their needs and projects. We have found that so many designers are eager to grow their business and learn new marketing and client recruitment strategies. Partnering with this esteemed group of designers will help our growing base of interior design professionals connect with new clients and learn best practices in the marketplace,” said Yavar Rafieha, President of Abbyson.

The day prior, on Sat. Oct 14th, Abbyson will kick off Market week with another special event—the official 2018 Colormix® Trends Forecast, an annual color trend report by Sherwin Williams Co. Guests will enjoy a complimentary lunch at 11:30 a.m., followed by a 45-minute presentation at 12 noon by Shane Jones, Allied ASID and Designer Account Executive with The Sherwin Williams Co., who will share three distinct palettes representing a global collision of influences and design.

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