BALI Designer Day bookings selling fast

The first BALI continuing professional development (CPD) day open to non-members is attracting interest at record levels, the association says.

BALI board member and design lead Janine Pattison. Image: BALI
BALI board member and design lead Janine Pattison. Image: BALI

BALI has already had 38 bookings for the BALI Designers Day, with a capacity of 45, the best selling of any similar BALI event so far.

The event at BALI Landscape House, Stoneleigh Park on 22 April, will feature presentations by Tamsin Slatter of CAD software suppliers and trainers Vectorworks, landscape architect and contractor Paul Cowell, Patricia Fox of Aralia Garden Design, designers Jason Lock and Chris Deakin, and home design website Houzz and is open to all designers.

Subjects include IT for designers, the designer/contractor relationship, marketing and promotion for designers, the show garden experience and building an online presence to generate new business.

BALI design director Janine Pattison said: "By opening up this event to designers from across the industry we hope to provide a platform for them to enhance their skills base, build their marketing competency and share experiences with colleagues. We’ve great presenters signed up who I know will deliver a fantastic event."

To book, email or call 02476 690333. BALI members pay £25 and non-members £30 (both include VAT).

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