Six Steps to Small Business Success Pricing for Profits

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In this two hour seminar we will discuss starting, running and selling a highly profitable small business. The following will be discussed:

1.Pre-business planning 2. Start up-Financing, budgets and numbers 3. Human resources-Managing

people 4. Operations-Work flow, customers, sales 5. Building a salable business and the selling it

6. Transitioning to life after business.

Pricing

1. Pricing vs. utilization vs. realization 2. Volume vs. higher billing rates 3. Brand differential vs. value creation monopoly to high profits 4. Pricing new products and services 5. Pricing vs. competition, pricing against low cost firms 6. Strategic customer selection, value added pricing 7. Why customers will be glad to pay you more, law of competitive advantage 8. Lower pricing can lead to lower profits or higher profits 9. Selling methods to high pricing, accessories and add-ons 10. Wholesale vs. retail, product mix, sales people and pricing.

David J. Lucier CPA is an entrepreneur,

Certified Public Accountant, real estate investor,

business advisor and founder/principal of Lucier

CPA, Inc. He has worked with hundreds of start-up

and emerging companies like www.ispeakdogtraining.com, over the past 30 years.

Lucier CPA, Inc.
1308 Atwood Ave, Johnston, RI 02919 (401) 946-1900

To Register - Call 401-946-1900

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