I definitely know how hard it is to run an interior design business by yourself.
Do you feel like you are juggling being the content creator, business manager, marketer, drafter, renderer, all by yourself?
This is a great sign that outsourcing is the right step forward for you.
As an interior design virtual assistant, I know the pain points most interior designers have.
When To Start Outsourcing Your Work To A Virtual Assistant
Creating Construction Drawings Take Too Much Time
You are the business owner and need to be focusing on keeping the clients happy, as well as making the designs happen. You find yourself not having enough time or taking too long to complete construction drawings that are yes- very important to the design but wish it was something you didn't need to worry about.
You Don't Have Time For Admin & Procurement
You are a busy interior designer that spends their day working on their business, with clients, and working on your designs. The last thing you have time for is admin work and procurement! This is a great task you can outsource. Outsourcing all of your order placements, product tracking, vendor communications, presentations, concept boards, sourcing, etc. is something IDVA can help you with today!
Your Clients Are Struggling To Visualize The Design And You Don't Have The Time For Renderings
3D renderings are a big game changer in the design firms that are consistently using them to wow their clients. I know how time consuming 3d realistic renderings can be. I hear all the time how amazed the designer's clients I work with say they are after seeing their space come to life. Another big benefit, the interior designers that use renderings are more likely to sell their clients on the furniture and accessories of the space!
Content creation is too time-consuming.
Social media is all about frequency when it comes to reaching an audience. Occasionally posting will not suffice. As a general rule, we suggest our clients post no less than four times per week on Instagram Grid, about eight or ten times per week on Instagram Stories, and approximately 75 pins per week on Pinterest. A busy designer's daily workflow often involves creating a lot of social media content. An outsourcing social media program is a game-changer for small teams that do not have a dedicated marketing expert on staff.
Thinking about outsourcing your interior design tasks to a virtual interior design assistant?
I would love to help! Take a look at my current services that I am offering.
Ready to get started with a virtual assistant? Contact Me today!