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Growth by Design — a forum by Total Synergy

October 30, 2018 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm


All businesses must grow to ensure a stable future, and structural engineering businesses are no different. However, this is not always an immediate consideration for professionals that are motivated primarily by design.

Total Synergy is pleased to present a unique event for the ACSE network and specifically for senior professionals, to learn practical approaches for stable business growth.

As a software company focused exclusively on the business and project management needs of architecture, engineering and construction design businesses, the team at Total Synergy understand what makes AEC practices tick, and how they can build sustainable futures.

Scott Osborne, CEO of Total Synergy,  will share practical, applicable insights, practices and models to help you structure your design-focused business to build growth. Scott brings 20 years of knowledge and experience working with AEC design practices to help improve how they do business and deliver their projects.  This presentation will focus on what is required in leadership and business structure to create and manage growth. He will also address common myths typically framed as growth inhibitors in design businesses and suggests ways to mitigate these.

Scott founded Total Synergy in 1999 when Harry Partridge asked him to find a better technology solution for running his structural engineering firm. It’s this entrepreneurial spirit that underpins Total Synergy’s success as a global market leader. Partridge Engineers still uses Synergy today.

Hosted in partnership between Total Synergy and ACSE NSW

17:30 – 18:00 Welcome and drinks
18:00 – 19:00 Growth by Design presentation
19:00 – 20:00 Questions, networking and more drinks


October 30, 2018
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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Total Synergy HQ (and pub)
Level 15, 99 Mount Street North Sydney
Sydney, NSW 2060 Australia
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