So suggests Sweeten Founder Jean Brownhill, who thinks architects can save their industry by building their own platforms.
Jean Brownhill is an architect and the founder and CEO of Sweeten, a service that matches people with major renovation projects to general contractors. She developed Sweeten while attending Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design as a Loeb Fellow in 2011 and is one of just 11 African-American female entrepreneurs in the United States to raise more than $1 million in venture capital. Here, she shares what she learned working as an architect at Coach, why architects should build digital platforms, and why creatives should “optimize for their obituary.”
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