- Virtual Grand Hall
Wallpaper designers and manufacturers rely upon installers to make their product look good and make customers happy, while installers rely upon wallpaper companies to make products that will look great and create their customer base. This symbiotic relationship requires a supportive and engaged relationship to thrive.
This presentation will provide insight on how overworked business owners can free up their time and energy by delegating daily tasks and projects to virtual assistants.
We fly you through our new educational offerings with some short descriptions of our new classes. You will walk away with how to enroll and what classes are now available.
Be sure to grab your food then visit the vendors booths that will be available during the lunch hour.
Table topics are:
Finding Good Help
Finding Industry Specific Tools
Self-Care / Mental Health
Managing Equipment as You Age
Robin will address ROMAN’s transition as formulas that have been acquired by ICP/Gardner-Gibson are incorporated into the ROMAN assortment of wallcovering primers, adhesives and removers.
Discussion about two ceiling installs with photos.
Gather around your computer and catch up with old friends and new
- Virtual Grand Hall
Join in on an open conversation with others before our day starts.
Tips to a successful installation minus the frustration & headache with this tricky & mind boggling pattern!
We will discuss how to gain ergonomic advantages and improve movement to work smarter and prevent injury in the workplace.
The benefits of the WIA Facebook Group
When you balance pattern on four walls where does the mismatch go? What about the dormer? How do you wrap the dormer to create a pleasing flow of pattern? Heidi will share a recent job that had the both Heidi and the designer sighing with disbelief at the results
Having the right tool makes the difference between doing a good job or a great job. Join us as we share and demonstrate some of our favorites.
Designer had planned on removing what was thought to be decorative molding, but turned out to be a concrete support beam (with wood framing) prior to installing a mural. The installer removed the framing, wrapped it with paper, then also covered a wood piece which covered the concrete beam, all while keeping the integrity of the mural.