Want to triple your firm’s profits? Avoid these 5 common mistakes

Discover the five common mistakes that could be affecting your architecture firm’s profits and learn actionable solutions to overcome them for a more successful architecture business. If running your own architecture firm was easy, every talented architect with a can-do attitude would do it. There are many moving parts to an architecture firm. First, you … Continued

Q&A with ArchiBiz Community Manager & Coach, Eszter Riga

We are delighted to introduce Eszter Riga, the newest addition to our team at ArchiBiz!   With a background in journalism, Eszter possesses a unique skill set that intersects art and communication. Prior to joining us, she served as Head of Global Publications at Bowerbird, an online platform that connects architects with journalists. Her five years … Continued

Q&A with Archibiz’s newest mentor Jacqui Kirk

We’re thrilled to welcome Jacqui Kirk to our growing team of coaches and mentors at Archibiz! Jacqui joins Archibiz after more than 20 years working in the architecture industry. Prior to joining Archibiz, Jacqui worked with architects and professionals within the built environment to help grow their businesses by developing strategies and activities to secure new work and raise company profiles.

Three legal issues each architecture firm owner must consider

When starting a practice, there are many elements that an architect must consider. When it comes to legal considerations, architects must implement a series of systems and processes to ensure that they protect themselves. In our latest monthly Huddle with our Archibiz community, we spoke to Merton Lawyers managing partners, Anthony Curtin and David Rennex, to hear their thoughts on some of the most critical legal issues surrounding architects.

How to develop a successful builder-architect relationship

We recently hosted a dinner with architects and builders to unpack the relationship and understand what each party expects from the other from time of tender through to delivery of a project. Read our top three tips for fostering a relationship that you’ll want to continue after the project is completed.