Kim and her staff use computer-aided design (CAD) to create fabric designs for clients and transmit their designs electronically. The studio，s clients are American
corporations who produce fabrics in the United States and in the Far East. To keep current on trends in fabric design , Kim travels to all the European yarn and fabric
shows. To guide the work of the studio, Kim develops concept boards using photographs from magazines, swatches of developmental fabrics colleted at the trade
shows, and other inspiring bits and pieces . For any particular season , Kim develops four or five concert boards, each coordinated around a theme that captures the newness emerging among resources in Europe.
Kim started her business right after design school by working as a freelancer for one company─a contact she made while attending a trade show in Paris. She built the business by adding one or two clients a year and the staff needed to handle that volume of business .With all the news about marketplace turbulence and company mergers and acquisitions , Kim has begun to question the wisdom of depending on a few big clients for business survival. She recently attended a workshop for entrepreneurs in design fields where participants were urged to inventory the attributes of their companies that could marketed along with design products.
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trade show - 我不知道這個中文怎麼翻,就是為了聚集所有場商來形成規模經濟而舉行的展覽.參考資料： 在美國唸FD的我
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