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Barbara Viteri/ Artist, Designers and Things Oh My

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Barbara Viteri

For over fifteen years, Barbara Viteri has helped propel design and building professionals in the New York Metro area to the forefront of their industries. With a broad based knowledge of the design industry and superior business management skills, Barbara has worked with both large firms and sole proprietors to develop new, or streamline existing business systems enabling the designer to focus on what they do best; design.  With attention to detail and emphasis on client services, Viteri is able to design each management program to fit the unique needs of that client, reducing the time it takes and in some cases, the personnel it takes to effectively manage the business end of a firm.

Barbara combines her innate understating of organization with tech savvy software and designer inspired functionality.  She has worked with high profile design professionals to develop secure reporting tools that allow the designer to track orders, manage projects and simplify accounting. Along with her keen eye of stylish products specifically designed by her for today’s on the go designer, she takes organization to another level. This translates into optimum office efficiency and an increase in the designer’s market visibility which ultimately leads to a boost in profitability.

A native New Yorker and Studio Style Manager to the elite, Barbara has taken her passion for design and organization to create a virtual showroom for Interior Designers to shop for the best business tools in the industry. From software to product development, you can be assured that it’s sole purpose is to benefit the designer’s business and love of design."