How to Run a Profitable Practice - The Foundation for Visionary Design

How to Run a Profitable Practice - The Foundation for Visionary Design

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The Royal Danish Embassy

55 Sloane Street

London

SW1X 9SR

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Architects create great architecture but do they make money? Successful firms recognize that in order to have the freedom to create great architecture, the practice needs to be run as a healthy business.

In this regard, AutoPilot is the industry standard for project management software in Denmark because of its market share of over 50% and its proven track record: In 2016 the industry of the Architects in Denmark faced an increase in profit of DKK 100 Million compared to 2015. Companies using AutoPilot as project management tool achieved 82% of the growth in profit despite representing only 58% of the industry turnover.

At this seminar, the founder of AutoPilot, Jørgen Korsgaard, will lay out the main principles for running a financially sound architectural practice.

Speaker: Jørgen Korsgaard, founder of AutoPilot

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