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How to Start Tackling Marketing for Surtex

It’s already the middle of February. Are you just focusing on your portfolio and making art all day? That’s great!! However, remember this is the time to get started in other key tasks for Surtex. I remember we felt overwhelmed when we were getting ready for our first Surtex. It was challenging to get organized and balance everything out. We also didn’t know…

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Exhibiting at Surtex: Where to Start?

We debuted at Surtex in 2012. I remember how excited, anxious and overwhelmed we felt. We were filled with an endless amount of questions and doubts about all the decisions we needed to make. Are you already experiencing this? I think the question is inevitable when exhibiting at Surtex: Where to Start?! It’s always a good idea to start with…

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3 Favorite Ways to Acquire New Buyer Contacts at Surtex

In May, we attended Surtex without exhibiting. You can see my impressions of the show here, and other posts about when we exhibited here. Even though we weren’t exhibiting this year, we were still able to make contact with several art directors and companies that we want to work with. In this post, we want to share our favorite ways…

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Surtex 2016 Recap – Insights and New Perspective

This year’s Surtex was very different for Dari Design Studio for two main reasons. One, we didn’t have a booth and two, we didn’t travel together to NYC. I went to NYC by myself and my sister stayed in Cali taking care of business. Naturally, you might expect our perspective to be a little different from our previous Surtex experiences.…

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Dari Design Surtex Booth: How we did it

For our booth design at Surtex we started dreaming big, we were thinking chandeliers, pretty table, stylish chairs, etc, etc. Well, thank goodness we didn’t go that route, actually, we couldn’t, it would have been too expensive. Shipping is crazy expensive and then we have to ship things back for what? What would we do with the furniture afterwards? One…

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