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Structuring Success: How to Start and Run Your Own Firm

Starting an architectural firm is a challenge; structuring it to survive is a formidable task. Architects who wish to create their own professional practices, and those who recently have, need to know the practical, professional, ethical, legal and insurance issues that a new firm faces. This video of the A’19 highly interactive session examines the issues involved in getting started, structuring a firm to minimize financial risk, and building a firm for long-term success.

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