VIRTUAL CHAPTER MEETING | Launch Your Virtual Architecture Practice
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4/23/2020
When: Thursday, April 23
4:00 - 5:00 PM
Where: Webinar
United States
Contact: Chris Burnham
408.298.0611


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Technology now provides architects with many options for work environments and freedom of location. This session will provide an introduction into creating a virtual office for the small practice/custom residential architect firm. Attendees will learn the differences in practice models for virtual and semi-virtual office environments, technology to support a firm without a centralized location, and risks while sharing the real world experience the speaker has encountered in the 10 years of owning a virtual office.

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We are all in this together. AIA Silicon Valley is not charging a fee to attend this meeting, however, if you are the position to consider a $10 donation, your support would be appreciated!


APPROVED 1LU | LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

Attendees will have the tools necessary to assess whether a virtual office will be successful with their firm's culture and financial obligations. They will also be able to immediately implement some useful tools necessary for a successful virtual office through these 4 learner engagements.

1) By the completion of the presentation, attendees will have the tools necessary to assess whether a virtual office will be successful with their firm's culture and financial obligations.

2) Upon completion participants will be able to implement strategies to begin transition to a virtual office.

3) At the completion of the seminar, attendees will have several real-world examples which they could copy to use within their own firms.

4) By the end of this presentation firm owners will know how to talk to their employees about virtual office strategies in their office and employees will gain enough knowledge to bring virtual office strategies to their firm's owners.

 

ABOUT THE SPEAKER:

Jennifer Kretschmer, AIA, NCARB (Cal Poly, SLO) is a SF Bay Area native. She founded J. Kretschmer Architect in 2003, specializing in single family, multi-family residential and commercial projects under 10,000 square feet. Jennifer is currently the Vice President/President-Elect on the AIA Silicon Valley Board of Directors.