09 Aug Price Setting @ Spark CoWork
What is your service or product worth? Why is it worth that much? Setting your price is one of the most important business decisions you will make. Not only is it very hard to change once it is set, it will determine how profitable your business will be.
This concise workshop with help you understand the true cost of your service and what you need to think about when you set your price. We will cover best practices and the not so good practices you should definitely avoid.
In this workshop you will learn how to set:
- Pricing strategies
- Cost structures
- Profit margins
- Market value
- Your product/ service value
No previous accounting experience needed to get started. Our experienced Business Advisor and Trainer Melissa Archer will help you identify a system that works for you.
Melissa Archer has been helping businesses for more than 15 years as an Accountant. Operating her own accountancy firm she knows firsthand what it means to operate a business. She also knows what a well-organised accounting system can do for your business and your precious time. An advocate of a work-life balance, Melissa’s extensive business knowledge will help you manage your financials so you can spend time on more important things. A Chartered Accountant and Bachelor of Commerce graduate, Melissa is passionate about helping businesses in particular female founders reach their potential!
During the workshop, light refreshments will be served. If you have any dietary requirements, please contact us and we will meet your needs.
Special requirements: If you have accessibility needs, please contact us on (02) 49 25 7700 and we will make sure all your needs are met.
Meet an Advisor: Book in for a one on one session with one of our expert Business Advisors who can work with you to implement these strategies in your business. Book in with your Advisors here.
These workshops are made affordable and available to you through the Business Centre, a Not-for-Profit organisation and a provider of the Business Connect program. Funded by NSW Government.
This event and Business Advisory services under the Business Connect program are funded and supported by the NSW Government through the NSW Department of Industry.