Interior Design Society Opens Registration for Virtual Designer Conference

Speakers have been announced for the Interior Design Society Navigating Your Future virtual designer conference. 

03/31/2021
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The Interior Design Society has opened registration for its May virtual conference.

The Interior Design Society (IDS) is excited to announce that  registration is now open for their 2021 National Conference. The conference will be held  virtually this year, with a strong speaker lineup that rivals all past events. The dates of the multi-day conference are May 5-7, 2021.  

The program will include exclusive business building content as well as interactive workshops. Alexa Hampton will kick off the conference with a keynote on May 5th. Other notable speakers  include LuAnn Nigara, Sophie Donelson, Patti Carpenter, Haydn Shaw and many more. In addition to engaging keynotes, sessions, panels and workshops, the conference will allow attendees to participate in speed networking using the Hopin platform. The full schedule is  available on the conference registration page: https://hopin.com/events/ids-virtual conference-2021.  

“IDS is dedicated to helping designers grow their businesses and this event will be full of  valuable take-aways that will be relevant for years to come!” said Jenny Cano, Executive  Director. “We are excited to provide this opportunity for the interior design community.” 

Registration is now open online. Early bird pricing is applied through April 6, 2021. In addition,  the first 50 guests who register will also receive a delicious delivery from Thermador.  

For more information about Sponsorship opportunities, click here. For more information on IDS  membership and other IDS programming, please visit www.interiordesignsociety.org or call  336-884-4437. 
 

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