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Becoming a Firm Principal?

If you’re invited to become a principal in your firm, do you know what that requires? A recent study on internal ownership transition sheds light on how architecture firms are handling the ownership succession process when founding principals near the end of their tenure. If you’re tapped to become a principal in your firm, this article provides a quick overview of six important facets that you’ll need to consider.




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