How To Develop Profitable Architecture Design Fees

Ian Motley is a Design Fee Proposal Expert, Speaker, and Author specializing in design fees, conversion rates and scope creep. With a background in Project Management as well as experience working as a Fee Proposal Writer and Negotiator for Foster + Partners, he's co-authored 5 Design Fee and Appointment Guides that sell in 13 different countries.

Ian has also been a key note speaker at over 150 Architectural conferences and private training sessions around the globe. He is passionate about helping Architects and Design Professionals write successful fee proposals.

This week at EntreArchitect Podcast, How To Develop Profitable Architecture Design Fees with Ian Motley.

Connect with Ian online at, or find him on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Do you want to work with Ian? Schedule a free call with him at to answer your questions about the Fee Proposal Workshop Training Course and Mentoring Program.

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