Sharing Your Knowledge to Benefit the Next Generation of Entrepreneur Architects (Rchitected)

Join us as we delve into the journey of Daphne Romani, a seasoned architect with over 25 years of experience. From her roots in Italy to establishing her own practice, Daphne shares insights into her evolution within the field and her newfound focus on nurturing the next wave of architectural talent.

Discover the challenges young architects encounter as they transition from academia to the professional realm and the crucial role mentorship plays in bridging this gap. Daphne introduces us to her innovative platform, Rchitected, designed to equip budding architects with the essential skills and knowledge needed to thrive in the industry.

Tune in as Daphne outlines her vision for expanding Architected to support staff growth and provide invaluable practice management guidance. With a firm belief in laying a robust foundation for future success, Daphne’s passion for empowering emerging architects shines through as she shares her wealth of experience and insights. Join us for an enlightening discussion on the importance of mentorship, skill development, and creating pathways for the next generation of entrepreneurial architects.

This week at EntreArchitect Podcast, Sharing Your Knowledge to Benefit the Next Generation of Entrepreneur Architects (Rchitected) with Daphne Romani.

Connect with Daphne online at Rchitected, or follow her on LinkedIn.

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