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Re: New Caning Business

Posted By: James Schooley <jschooleyfamily@earthlink.net> (pmspen1-85.rconnect.com)
Date: 12/4/2 01:05

In Response To: New Caning Business (Michelle Maune)

You will have to do the math, cost of raw materials + what you need to make per hour + your overhead. Don't forget all the taxes, insurance fees ie. liability and health etc. advertising and somthing for a rainy day. You may find out that at first you won't make a profit, that is common, many fold in the first year since they don't have a family member to prop them up during this learning phase. If you price your service too low you will only hurt those already in business. If you are too high you not get any work. Visit the page for caning on this site and read the answers there. Or you could always call around to the competition and see what they are charging if you are direct they may not hold it agns't you.

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