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How to Start & Run Your Own Firm

In case you missed—or just need a refresher—on the A’18 session, How to Start & Run Your Own Firm, check out the AIA Trust web page about Architects Starting a Firm, New in Practice. You’ll find a long list of free practice resources to help you on your way.

Available resources include a booklet about Making the Transition to Running Your Own Firm for which you may obtain three learning unit credits by taking the corresponding a self-assessment test. In addition, a webinar & booklet about how to start and run a successful architectural practice, Creating & Maintaining A Professional Practice, is also available and offers two HSW learning unit credits. Most recently, an Insurance Checklist was added—a handy tool for you to be sure you have the coverage you need to run your firm successfully.

Plus, the AIA Trust offers a host of products vital to your success—to ensure you have the coverage and benefits you need. Contact the AIA Trust directly at AIATrust@aia.org for more details.




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