Libby Langdon Unveils Seminar Series for Fall Market
September 6, 2011,
HIGH POINT, N.C.-Interior designer, author and makeover television personality Libby Langdon has created a new, educational seminar series for the High Point Market. The series, themed "Lunch With Libby," is aimed at buyers and designers.
According to Langdon, who has teamed with Braxton Culler to introduce her first-ever licensed furniture collection this fall, the three-part seminar series focuses on the "business of the business."
On Monday, Oct. 24, from noon-1:30 p.m., Langdon takes the stage Ballroom B, on the 11th floor of IHFC Green for "Getting Published: Raising Awareness of Your Design Projects and Products," to discuss how to become your own best public relations person and grow your business profile. Langdon will share her best tactics for reaching out to magazines, photographing projects and products, as well as targeting the ideal audience and demographic. Sponsored by the IHFC and the IFDA Carolinas Chapter, advance registration is recommended. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a seat.
On Tuesday, Oct. 25, from 12:30-1:30 p.m., Langdon concludes the "Lunch With Libby" series in the Braxton Culler showroom with "Rise of the Interior Designer: What Furniture Retailers Can Learn." Complimentary lunch will be served courtesy of Braxton Culler. Email email@example.com to reserve a spot.
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