RESA embraces the new interactive online publication AspiredHOME, who through videos, blog links, and showcasing staging work, shares a common goal of raising the industry awareness to new heights by public education and inspiration. With a dedicated section for RESA to share industry news and updates, announce upcoming events and share other trade association tools and publications, the trade association is capitalizing on an opportunity to be a voice for the industry forecasting they will reach thousands of homeowners, agents and design professionals who subscribe to this free magazine.
“As we embark on this new venture, I am extremely pleased by the team of professionals who have agreed to support and utilize the magazine.” Shares Angela Brooks-Osborne, AspiredHOME Publisher. “It makes sense to partner with the trade association for home stagers. I have always been a huge advocate of RESA, believing in their dedicated focus on industry growth and excellence for all professionals who embrace and support the industry.”
“I believe this magazine is just one more arsenal for RESA to reach more people, with a very clear message that our industry strives for excellence. We already have some great tools, such as the staging news wire, continuing education programs, our annual stat reports, RESCON and more. “ says Shell Brodnax,CEO of RESA.
AspiredHOME Magazine is an international online magazine with a large team of staging and decorating technical editors from around the world. Dedicated to being a voice of both the staging and decorating world, the goal is to produce two magazines in 2017 and expand to a quarterly magazine in 2018. Subscription is free. And the magazine will host an online directory of home stagers, decorators, real estate photographers, agents and trades businesses with a link to their websites, for as low as $27 an issue.
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