Invest in your design skills and profitability by attending this new program for 2013 led by design authority Ellen Cheever, CMKBD, ASID, CAPS, and Eric Schimelpfenig, AKBD.
Ellen Cheever, CMKBD, ASID, CAPS, is widely considered to be the nation’s premier kitchen and bath design authority, and the industry’s most widely respected educator.
Eric Schimelpfenig, AKBD, is the founder of SketchThis.Net and a leading authority on cutting-edge technology impacting the kitchen and bath industry.
Unique to the industry, KBDN’s all-day Art + Science seminars will identify “what’s next” in design and technology so that as a kitchen and bath design professional, you can address the needs of a younger, less-traditional client while increasing your profits in the New Digital Age.
Art + Science will bring KBDN “live” to eight major metro markets. Join us for one or more of these unique all-day seminars. To register for a seminar, click the date/location below.
Seminar details: The KBDN Art + Science seminar identifies what’s next in design and technology. This content-rich, all-day seminar begins with a continental breakfast at 8:00 a.m., during which you can learn about new products offered by the program’s sponsors. The seminar, which runs 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., includes a full luncheon. In addition to the class presentations by Ellen and Eric, you receive an elegant, 120-page workbook that includes all the details of the material presented.
Ellen Cheever, CMKBD, ASID, has helped shape the kitchen & bath industry as a designer, author, educator, consultant and business leader for more than 35 years. She manages the Wilmington, DE-based Ellen Cheever & Associates, an award-winning design firm with clients across the U.S. She is a member of the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) Hall of Fame, a former director of educational services for the NKBA, and a regular contributor to Kitchen & Bath Design News.
Eric Schimelpfenig, AKBD, has utilized 3D technology throughout his career as a kitchen/bath designer, educator and corporate consultant. He has taken pencil-and-paper plans and converted them to 3D, worked with Google on Sketchup’s development, created 3D content for numerous corporations, and taught Sketchup to students across the country. He is a columnist in Kitchen & Bath Design News and is often hired to teach Sketchup and speak on emerging technologies in the design field.
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Questions? Call (920) 563-1681
Note: 0.8 CEU credits from NKBA are applicable