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Hitting All the Right Notes: Clayton Hutson

Clay Hutson always had a dream of being in the music business. He also liked the theater while growing up as well. He always wanted to combine the two and when he graduated from Central Michigan University. He was also determined to make it work on the business side of things as well. He earned a master’s degree in business from the Stephen M. Ross Scool of Business. Now he had to put the pieces together and make it work for himself. In an interview with which can be found here: Clayton talks about how he got into the business and how he became a success.

Clayton says that he had to make sure that he had plenty of experience in the music and business industries before he could go out on his own. He began by going on tour with several bands and made sure that he got his name out there. After a few years, he was able to make the jump and go into business for himself. He took a chance and it worked out for him.

Clayton says when it came to making money in the business it was not easy but he was lucky. He said he found good clients quickly and that really helped him get his business off of the ground. He says it was tough starting out because the economy wasn’t very good. He says that he trusted his instincts and was able to make money in a short length of time.

Clayton Hutson offers many services to his clients. He is the main producer of his shows and he makes sure that everything runs smoothly. Some of the services that his site offers are production management, production design, logistics management, stage management, monitor engineer, and rigging.

When it comes to running the business and his website Clayton Hutson wants to make absolutely sure that everything is accurate. If a potential client has questions the client can talk to him directly if necessary. He wants to make sure that every client is happy and satisfied with his work. Making good connections is what makes a company like his stand out from the crowd.

This is the career for Clayton Hutson. He knows how to make a good show and make clients happy. In an industry like this that is the name of the game. He is hitting all the right notes. Learn more:

American Institute Of Architecture Gets An Internationally Known New Leader

     Ever since its founding in 1857, the American Institute Of Architects has been a powerful voice advocating on the behalf of architects. Today, it’s the leading organization representing the interests of architects as well as design and construction professionals nationwide. The AIA has helped to bring order, structure and respect to a profession that had no recognized licensing system or school created specifically to train architects when the organization was founded. Now there is a recognized curriculum and licensing procedure one must follow to be recognized and respected as an architect.

When the AIA first met in New York in 1857, there were only 13 members. The organization is now more than 90,000 members strong with over 300 chapters spread throughout the United States and around the world. The AIA now has five membership levels. They are Architect members, Associate members, International associate members, Emeritus members and Allied members. Respected architect, writer and editor Robert Ivy was selected to take over leadership of the AIA in 2010 as chief executive and executive vice president. Ivy is a long-time AIA Board of Directors member and advocate for architects on crucial environmental, social and political issues.

A University of the South graduate with a degree in English, Robert Ivy got his masters in architecture at Tulane University. After serving as an Ivy Architects principal, then spending 13 years with Dean/Dale, Dean and Ivy as managing partner, Ivy was hired by Architectural Record in 1996 as editor-in-chief. The publication went on to win dozens of awards and was widely read worldwide. He also worked with McGraw-Hill Construction as vice president and editorial director and ran their many design and construction publications at a very high level.

In 2009, Robert Ivy was given American Business Media’s premiere recognition, the Crane Award. Top architectural fraternity Alpha Rho Chi named him a Master Architect in 2010. The membership of the AIA is excited about Ivy running the organization. He has vast management experience and has had success wherever he has gone. Everyone anticipates great things with Robert Ivy working from Washington, D.C. at AIA headquarters with a $56 million annual budget and a 206 man staff.

Robert Ivy is expected to address design and practice issues, make the AIA’s voice more powerful and improve the public’s appreciation and understanding of architecture and architects. He called the AIA a stellar organization with the highest standard of professional ethics and says he proud to be a long-time member. The AIA is a valuable resource with a powerful message about the importance of design. Ivy is committed to making the organization and its members successful. The AIA will benefit from Robert Ivy’s vision, passion, experience and leadership style.

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Career Opportunities at The Wessex institute of Technology

Located within the marvelous New Forest Park in England, the Wessex Institute of Technology is an educational and research organization serving the international scientific community. The aim of the Wessex Institute of Technology is to develop a series of new innovative ways that facilitate the exchange of vital information between academics and professional users to promote legitimate business environments. There are many career opportunities available at Wessex Institute for individuals who wish to work with world-class prestigious contacts organised by a devoted team within the institute and its associate companies. The Institute provides Graduate Programmes, Specialist Research, an International Conference Programme, a Publishing Arm, Software Services and access to an American Office based in Boston. The Wessex Institute of Technology combines advanced research with industrial needs to provide solutions and expertise on information through professional work all while maintaining an international reputation in research quality.