Jane has a challenging need. She is an entrepreneur who works from home to be present for her children, wants to move ahead both in business and in life. She wants her business to have a positive impact in both her and her family’s lives and doesn’t want her business to take over their either of them. She needs a life and a business strategy that will talk to each other, and will propel the two areas of her life she is so passionate about. She also wants both her business team and her family to participate in the strategy design process, to learn, and to have buy-in. And if it is not much to ask, she wants to have fun!
Enter Coinventa Insight Lab: Jane purchases a Family & Life Strategy Design Package. First she will work on her own to be introduced to our strategy process, and to gain focus. Then through our facilitation sessions her family and team will participate in the strategy design process, learn and most importantly, enjoy. To finish, Jane will work with us to get her strategy in a graphic format to display in her home-office for everyone to see.
John has a challenging need. He is an entrepreneur who works from home with his team, and is passionate about board games wants to have an independent work environment that will serve outside working hours as a family board game room. He also wants both his business team and family to participate in the architectural design process to give valuable input. He wants the space to feel fun and relaxed like the Google headquarters!
Enter Quality of Life Architectural Design: John purchases a Home Office Design Package. First he will work on his own to be introduced to our design process, and to gain focus. Then through our co-design sessions with his family and team will he will gain an understanding of what his needs truly are. To finish, John will work with us to get his architectural design finished and ready for Development Approval, and delivery as a DIY project or through a builder.
Andrew and Mary, co-founders of a successful architecture practice are facing our current economic crisis that threatens to close their business. They lack the business knowledge to act quickly and don’t have the time to learn the business of architecture. They want to develop a strategy, learn business, and belong to a group of peers to support each other so they can weather the crisis.
Enter Unshakeable Practice Virtual Summit & Mastermind: Andrew and Mary purchase a one year membership. First they will work on their own to learn and gain focus. Then they will participate of the virtual summit and monthly peer support and guests speakers. Andrew and Mary in no time get a business strategy, start mastering the business of architecture with the help of their new “family” of peers, and by building resilience in their practice they are confident they can make it through the tough times. Did we mention that by registering to the summit they got free formal CPD (continuous professional development) points?
“The quality of the work in strategy and architectural design is really world-class, innovative, and ground-breaking in its methodology. We are deeply satisfied with the outcome and with the process we have experienced with you. You succeeded in capturing Avansys’ soul!“
Jose Ignacio Palma| Avansys Technical Institute's Managing Director
“We run some of the biggest festivals in Australasia including the Norton Street Italian Festa which attracts 150,000 people on one day each year – Marisol does the plans and layouts for all our events – it is very important that our plans are exact and Marisol does these to the millimeter – she is quick, and intuitive. Top class plans and design for all our events the last 5 years. Fantastic to deal with, flexible, works to time frames – honest, clever and fun to deal with – 100% recommendation.”
Patrick O’Reilly | Owner Impact Exhibitions + Events
“Friendly, relaxed, and non-judgmental. Insightful questions helped me articulate what I’m trying to achieve, and why. Clear framework. Achievable goals. A feeling of being supported. Professional approach. Generous with time, and although there was a time structure, no feeling of being rushed.” Fiona Makowski Owner, Freshfield Grove