Mastering Buying Inventory and Leveraging Your Expenses in Your Home Staging Business with Home Stager Jess Harrington — Staged4more

[00:00:03] The Home Staging Show is a podcast. The Home Staging Show is a podcast where we delve into the worlds of home staging and learn how to start a successful home staging business. Cindy Lin is your host and we will explore in each episode the latest trends, business strategies and techniques to build a thriving and vibrant home staging company. This is episode 1 of 73. 

[00:00:24] Here is a message that our sponsor has sent to us before we begin today’s show.

[00:00:29] Elaine: Stageflow is a powerful tool that allows you to create and manage your own statistics. Stageflow eliminates the need to sort spreadsheets and do calculations. Stageflow lets you enter the information you have about each sale of a home you’ve staged. The rest is easy. Easy.

[00:00:49] Statistics in real time for the home-staging market

[00:00:53] Cindy: Welcome back to the next episode of home staging. You have until the 21st of this month to submit your application to become a speaker at StagerCon. The deadline for this is the 21st day of this month. Next week is the deadline. This year’s theme is multiple income streams for home stagers. Please let me know if you have been successful in generating additional revenue with your home-staging business. 

[00:01:22] Now is the time to submit your entries for the International Home Staging Awards. If you are planning to submit in more than one category or send multiple projects to the same section, this is an excellent time to save money on your entries. Enter your home staging project at 

[00:01:39] There are still some spots left in our Italian retreats for September. You can choose either Tuscany or Florence as your location this year. You might be worried about taking a job for the entire week. I’ve heard this from some of you. 

[00:01:56] If you want to be successful in your staging company, you need to build it to the point that you don’t have to run it every day. If you need to leave for a while, whether it’s to go on vacation, or because you are dealing with an urgent situation, such as a sick family member, then you can. Your business will not collapse if you leave it. 

[00:02:18] Can your assistants take over the business if you are away? 

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