Setting up your interior design business with Evey Dunbavin-Hands

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Location: London
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About this course

Before you can offer professional interior design services and set up your practice, you need to understand your responsibilities, identify your skill and create a business plan that will act as a road map to achieve your desired outcome.

Course Description

This course is the first in a series of five stand-alone but linked courses and introduces the processes of establishing a brand-new business from the first principles.

Evey Dunbavin-Hands will be leading this course based on 18 years of experience running an interior design practice. During this information-packed day, you will cover the key considerations for setting up your interior design business along with shared knowledge and experience on setting up your business professionally and ethically.

Topics covered:

• Business ethics

• Work-life balance

• Core skills and responsibilities

• Business advice and where to find it

• Business planning

• Mission statement

• Structuring your interior design business

• Insurance

• Intellectual property and copyright

Course outcomes:

Understand the fundamental preparation required to support the ethical, administrative, and regulatory activities of your new interior design business.


This course takes place in London.

9.30am arrival on the day.

Teaching hours 10.00am - 4.00pm

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Additional information

Breakfast refreshments and a light lunch will be provided. While a vegetarian option is made available, we are unable to cater to specific food intolerances or food allergies.


Evey Dunbavin-Hands

Having studied Textiles & Fashion at Central Saint Martin’s School of Art and Design, Evey built a career in Fashion and Advertising, then went on to retrain as an Interior Designer at the KLC School of Design.

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