Learn about the AIA Small Firm Exchange

Learn about the AIA Small Firm Exchange

Date: 7/27/21 3:30 PM
Website: aiact.org
Location: Virtual

The Small Firm Exchange is an AIA Member Group that was founded in 2005 to represent the needs and concerns of all AIA members who own or work in a small firm. A small firm is defined by having 10 or fewer employees and this contingent makes up roughly 75% of all firms in the U.S. In this course you will learn more about small firm data, how the SFx is organized, initiatives it has undertaken to help small firms, and ways that you can become involved with the SFx at local, state, and national levels.

Learning Objectives

Become acquainted with the SFx and it primary functions

Learn more about small firm statistics in the U.S. and the impact that small firms have on the industry.

Learn about how the SFx is transitioning to a state based model and the ways in which this will open up more opportunities for involvement and diversity.

Learn about special projects and resources that the SFx has recently created or is currently working on creating, in collaboration with other AIA groups.

Our Speaker: Matthew Clapper, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP

AIA Vermont members are invited to attend this AIA Connecticut Continuing Education Program
Free Event for Members

Contact: Sarah O Donnell
Email: sarah.odonnell@ aiavt.org