ASID Analyzes Quarterly Interior Design Business Conditions: Join the Live Webinar Aug. 20 📈

ASID¬†will host a live webinar next Tuesday (August 20 at 3:30 – 4 PM EST) addressing vital insight on the pulse of the design industry’s latest¬†business conditions.

A must-watch, the webinar will discuss their Q2 findings and analysis of ASID’s¬†Interior Design Billings Index (IDBI) report.¬†More details on the webinar and Q2 IDBI are below, with¬†registration¬†HERE.


Join the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) for a live webinar that will provide insight on the current business conditions for the interior design industry as determined by the ASID 2nd Quarter 2019 Interior Design Billings Index (IDBI) report.

3:30 ‚Äď 4 P.M. EDT


Economist Jack Kleinhenz, Ph.D., Kleinhenz & Associates, Susan Chung, Ph.D., director of Research & Knowledge Management, ASID, and Eric Lynch, Senior Associate, Research & Knowledge Management, ASID will present results and analysis from the 2nd Quarter IDBI report, including:

  • A rundown and analysis of the¬†market segments¬†and¬†geographic regions¬†that enjoyed a positive second quarter, 2019
  • A look at the¬†key indices¬†from the report and what they suggest for the design industry over the next six months
  • An evaluation of how interior design practitioners interpret the¬†economic climate

After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

The ASID IDBI report is produced by the ASID Research and Knowledge Management department in partnership with economist Jack Kleinhenz, Ph.D., and Russ Smith, Ph.D., of Kleinhenz & Associates.

The index is compiled from a monthly ASID survey of geographically diverse firms that primarily offer interior design services, or offer interior design services as part of architectural, engineering, and other related practices.

Practitioner perspectives on current and future business conditions for the interior design industry are a helpful indicator of changes in the direction of economic activity. The ASID indices are centered on a 50 percent scale: a score above 50 indicates expansion, while a score below 50 denotes contraction.

The ASID IDBI is reported monthly with more detailed statistics compiled in a quarterly report. The monthly and quarterly reports may be viewed at the