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BUSINESS | Concierge Medicine Payment Model Replicated In Other Sectors (Examples)

Baron Schimberg founded his firm, the Schimberg Group, in 2004.

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By: Business Observer Staff

 

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One of Baron Schimberg’s business mottos is to never get too comfortable — even though the longtime Sarasota architect is all about making clients comfortable in their space, home or work. Schimberg’s latest move to break the contentedness is to flip his firm’ payment model, from a project-by-project basis to a retainer model, more akin to concierge medicine. Schimberg, who founded his firm, Schimberg Group, in 2004 after a decade working for another architect, says he’s the only architecture firm he knows of nationwide shifting to a retainer-style pay model.

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