Grow Your Practice

We are pleased to announce that we are presenting two seminars specifically for Architects this Autumn. The two events will be held in Bristol and Bath in collaboration with Graeme Crosbie of Level Up Business. Both events are free and include a light buffet lunch. Attendees qualify for 1 hour’s CPD per event. To find out more, please read on…

FREE business planning and marketing seminars for Architects

When you are busy with clients and projects it’s easy to neglect the business and marketing side of your architectural practice. And with architectural services now more competitive than ever, how can you attract the right kind of business to grow your practice and profits? Level Up and Cognique invite you to attend a free seminar designed to both educate and inspire.

Business Planning

Graeme Crosbie is a well known and respected business coach in the South West. With his business Level Up he helps owners of professional practices to formulate and deliver strategies to take their practices to the next level.

Graeme’s 30 minute presentation will cover:

• What a growth plan that delivers looks like.
• The importance of being clear who you want to work with and why they’d want to work with you.
• The five key areas you need to be focused on to deliver growth.
• Getting your whole team delivering growth for your practice.


Paul Stephenson is the Founder and Managing Director of Somerset based design and marketing agency Cognique. He and his team work with professional practice clients to deliver marketing that delivers improved results.

Paul’s 30 minute presentation will cover:

  • What clients are really looking for.
  • The best marketing tools and techniques for Architects.
  • What an integrated marketing plan should look like.
  • The 7 marketing mistakes many practices still make.

Who should attend

  • Owners, partners and directors
  • Practice managers
  • Any staff with marketing responsibilities

This event is FREE and includes a light buffet lunch. To maximise the benefit to your practice we invite you to also reserve an additional place for a colleague.

How to book

Bristol – Thursday 25th September 2014
Colston Hall, Colston Street, Bristol BS1 5AR
12.30pm – 2.00pm. Seminar duration 1 hour.
To reserve your place, please book online at

Bath – Wednesday 1st October 2014
University of Bath Innovation Centre, Broad Quay, Bath BA1 1UD
12.30pm – 2.00pm. Seminar duration 1 hour.
To reserve your place, please book online at

Don’t miss what could be the most important CPD event of the year for your practice!

Please note: Your CPD doesn’t have to be provided by RIBA or a RIBA accredited provider to count. RIBA members are entirely free to access their CPD from any source. For more information please read Does this CPD count? on the RIBA website.

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