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    hi guys i have completed my course in b.i.m architecture i would like some advice i have passed and all is well, do u think i should get some business cards done and add my qualification on them as well as a user of revit software (not a architect)

    some advice would be helpful



    thanks


    simon

    #2
    Originally posted by sully View Post
    hi guys i have completed my course in b.i.m architecture i would like some advice i have passed and all is well, do u think i should get some business cards done and add my qualification on them as well as a user of revit software (not a architect)

    some advice would be helpful




    thanks


    simon
    go to work and get some experience. When you join management or sales you'll get your business cards...
    I'm retired, if you don't like it, go around!

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      #3
      ok but i can create my own employment not sure if your advice is good but ill keep it in mind.

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        #4
        Originally posted by sully View Post
        ok but i can create my own employment not sure if your advice is good but ill keep it in mind.
        of course you can create your own employment and you don't need a business card to do so. What you need is skill at your craft, a good work ethic, a bit of salesmanship, and the willingness to work long hours. If you're good at what you do you will have to work long hours because you'll be in high demand. As far as my advice being good or not, my qualifications to give this advice are 47 years in the business that I'm in including the last 26 years of being self employed. In those 26 years I've never needed a business card...
        Last edited by Dave Jones; January 2, 2017, 05:20 PM. Reason: deleted "updated" dup
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          #5
          Originally posted by Dave Jones View Post
          ...clip...In those 26 years I've never needed a business card...
          That's really so true. My stats are similar to yours re years. My first box of cards from my first firm was sure an ego boost, but I don't think I ever handed out one. In any case, it seems a card rarely if ever brings a job you don't already have.
          Fred Blome
          Residential Architect

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            #6
            HA! Another old guy


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              #7
              thats brilliant advice i will still make business cards prior to what you have said, ;as i have been to university and got a qualification in bim it adds that extra flavour eg it looks good on cv and business card i can create my own employment which i will the business cards are just extra which i will still do prior to what you said

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                #8
                You don't need to order 500 [emoji6]


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                  #9
                  i know mate how many you think

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                    #10
                    Up to you, I was just joking.


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