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Set Your Prices So It's a Win, Win, Win
Not only should you charge based on the product sold, but also on what your brand represents to customers.
How a No-Tipping Policy Helped This Restaurant Triple Profits in 2 Months
The business model has been so successful, says Bar Marco founder Bobby Fry, that it is expanding the concept to sister restaurant The Livermore.
The Apple Watch Only Costs How Much to Make?
The smartwatch has the lowest hardware cost to price of any of the tech company's devices.
Sticker Shock: The Best and Worst Cities for Haircuts, Hotels, iPhones and More
Deutsche Bank released a ranking of the most and least expensive places to buy a range of items worldwide.
3 Fears That Keep Your Business From Growth
It requires courage to choose the entrepreneurial path, and more courage is needed to see how far it leads.
How to Set Prices When You're New in Business
Among the most nerve-wrackng decisions when starting out is how much to charge. Researching the market and accurately tallying costs has a calmiing effect.
The Price Is Right: Turning a Profit in the Event Planning Business
Learn how to set prices that are high enough to keep your profitable but not high enough to scare away prospective customers.
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What Creatives Can Do About Feeling Undervalued and Underpaid
Don't be dismissive of the ideas and connections your brain makes. They hold a lot of value.
Think Hillary's Bad? Here Are 5 'Ethical' Mistakes Business Owners Regularly Make.
Most of us don't operate outside of the law. Sometimes, we make choices that would be considered unethical by some, yet perfectly appropriate by others.
A 5-Step Reality Check for Inventors
The only easy parts of developing an invention are underestimating the costs and over-estimating the market.
Should You Consider Hiring a Crowdfunding Consultant?
These advisers can be invaluable members of your team, or a complete waste of money. Ask these questions before making a decision.
8 Pointers for Setting a Price in Negotiations
This numeric value is super critical as it affects the profit you'll get from a deal.
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Evaluating the Merits of Building Negotiating Into Your Prices
The "one price fits all" philosophy does not work in all industries and under all circumstances.
Doug and Polly White
Don't Be the Cheapest, Be the Best
When pricing your product or service, instead of sweating the pennies, look at how you can charge more by offering a better quality experience for your customer.
Business Lesson from the Success of the 'Fast and Furious' Franchise
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