“The Archipreneur Concept” is an action-oriented guide about exploring new business models for entrepreneurially minded architects.
You have the chance to win 1 out of 10 copies the Archipreneur Team is giving away for free this week. All you have to do is click the link below and answer one question on the giveaway page:
The giveaway ends December 4th, 2016 1:00 am CET
Winners will be announced December 5th, 2016 1:00 am CET
Following description provided by Tobias Maescher, founder of Archipreneur.com:
Here is what others say about the book:
"A Business Book that brings Architecture Practice into the 21st century." - Archdaily
"An invaluable, actionable, and timely curated collection of ideas and resources every emerging architect should read." - Eric Reinholdt, Architect & Founder of 30x40 Design Workshop
"As architects, we're trained to innovate and think creatively. The Archipreneur Concept is a valuable guide that helps you apply these skills to your business." - Michael Kilkelly, Architect & Founder of ArchSmarter
The business world is changing, and it is taking the architecture, engineering and construction industry along with it. Where are the new routes for architects to autonomously practice their craft and make a profit? What are the entrepreneurial trends that have emerged in architecture over the last few years, resulting in self-styled archipreneurs?
Tobias Maescher, Founder of archipreneur.com, takes a practical look at how architects can become entrepreneurs. He explores new business models that architect entrepreneurs are using to build enterprises that add value to them and their clients. Learning how to break away from the conventions of trading time for profit, how to create additional income streams to help sustain an architecture practice, and how to build your own projects from the ground up are explored through real-world examples and practical advice. Each of these areas uses case studies of thriving architecture firms and practical advice from successful architects.
This book is a must-have for architects who are interested in practicing their craft in an entrepreneurial way.