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Interior Designer Takes On Entrepreneurship

Specializing in residential and commercial interiors, Rebecca creates dynamic and functional solutions for both home and workplace.
Rebecca Hopkins, Owner of No Label Design
Meet Rebecca Hopkins
 

Owner, No Label Design

The Backstory

Growing up in Easton, Rebecca Hopkins always had a passion for art and design.

After High School she attended the Pratt Institute where she studied interior design and graduated with honors in 2005. Even then, Rebecca knew she wanted to own her own business.

“Design is very personal for me,” she noted. “I knew it would be easier for me to work on my own terms. I really wanted to have that flexibility.

Rebecca began her career in New York City, working in corporate interiors and developing the workplace of the future. From there she would transition to environmental branding, industrial design and corporate interiors.

After years of building a strong foundation in the industry, Rebecca took the leap and opened No Label Design. Specializing in residential and commercial interiors, Rebecca creates dynamic and functional solutions for both home and workplace.

 

How Women's Business Development Council Helped

Rebecca took courses with the Women’s Business Development Council to enrich her design backgrounds with business education.

The particular program is called WBDC’s GPS – a Guide to Plan for Success program. The unique and interactive GPS series is designed for aspiring and emerging entrepreneurs who possess a written business concept and are ready to take the first step in the business planning process. This 12-session program is designed to help you move from concept to new levels of growth as you create a business plan. The program is led by knowledgeable business instructors who provide resources, support and motivation.

“There are so many learning opportunities,” Rebecca mentioned. “And there is always someone there for your current needs.” While there will be more challenges to overcome, Rebecca knows that she is part of a strong community of women who are there to help.

 

Find Out More About No Label Design

For more information visit www.nolabel-design.com.