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Business of Home's host Dennis Scully interviews thought leaders, entrepreneurs, and creatives about the changes and challenges facing the interior design community.

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Business of Home's host Dennis Scully interviews thought leaders, entrepreneurs, and creatives about the changes and challenges facing the interior design community.

    [Rebroadcast] Nina Campbell on how the interior design profession has changed

    [Rebroadcast] Nina Campbell on how the interior design profession has changed

    Nina Campbell shares insights from her inspiring career, as well as her take on how the industry and the profession have evolved. 

    • 41 min
    [Rebroadcast] Becoming Holly Hunt

    [Rebroadcast] Becoming Holly Hunt

    Holly Hunt shares the ups and downs of the last 30 years—from designer Christian Liagre's departure to adjusting to life post-acquisition, and what the future holds.

    • 44 min
    [Rebroadcast] How Ralph Pucci Became the Master of Visual Merchandising

    [Rebroadcast] How Ralph Pucci Became the Master of Visual Merchandising

    Ralph Pucci takes us through the remarkable timeline of Ralph Pucci International and reveals his visual merchandising secrets.

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Holland & Sherry's Bryan Dicker on working with what you've got

    Holland & Sherry's Bryan Dicker on working with what you've got

    Bryan Dicker, president of Holland & Sherry Interiors, speaks about building a team around your weaknesses, what Blackjack has to do with the fabric industry, and why his company has no plans to go direct to consumers.

    • 40 min
    Kate Verner on how licensing works now

    Kate Verner on how licensing works now

    Consultant Kate Verner about why licensing isn’t a get rich quick proposition, the need to make manufacturing cool again, and why Instagram fame doesn’t always translate to real world sales.

    • 45 min
    David Netto on a life in design

    David Netto on a life in design

    Interior designer and writer David Netto tells the story of his career, and chats about why Instagram’s rise is good for books, how the AIDS crisis affected design, and what a Bugati owned by Ralph Lauren says about how decorators should think.

    • 42 min

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