ASID Accelerate Studio: Business Strategies Debuts in Los Angeles

Workshop series presented by Steve Noble focuses on helping interior designers build successful businesses.

WASHINGTON, D.C.--The American Society of Interior Designers announces ASID Accelerate Studio: Business Strategies, an exclusive opportunity for designers to expand their knowledge and learn new business strategies. Created with residential designers and small business owners in mind, Steve Nobel of NOBELINKS, will present the March 27 workshop at the Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles.

The daylong event features six Interior Design Continuing Education Council (IDCEC)-approved sessions that focus on helping interior designers build successful, sustainable businesses. Attendees can participate in the full day of accelerated learning or attend sessions a la carte.

The workshop is the first of three Accelerate Studio: Business Strategies workshops in a series sponsored by Kravet and Hearst Design Group. The program will provide proven tools and techniques for emerging interior designers and for experienced practitioners who are prepared to take their businesses to the next level of professionalism and profit.

Nobel is the founder and principal of the New York-based consulting firm NOBELINKS, where he specializes in connecting people, ideas and strategies in the luxury markets for residential design. An industry leader with more than 25 years of experience in the home furnishings market, he is an ASID Distinguished Speaker and instructor who has led seminars at the New York School of Interior Design and the Design Institute of San Diego.

A CEU presenter in design centers throughout North America, Nobel's Accelerate Studio sessions will provide invaluable insights, practical business models and strategies that promote the value of interior design and embrace the future of the profession.

ASID launched the Accelerate Studio education program in New York in fall 2013. Future workshops are planned for August and September 2014 and will be announced later this year.

To learn more about the series and register for the March 27 event, visit