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Pricing for Small Business Profitability (Live Webinar)
Presented in partnership with Holly City Development Corporation
Why a small business owner should attend this workshop:
One of the most difficult decisions business owners face is how much to charge for their product or service. Understanding which price points motivate or dissuade consumers from purchasing is key to setting the right price. During this workshop, we will focus on the following:
- Types of pricing strategies
- Finding your break-even price
- Determining cost structure
- Marketing impacts on pricing
The workshop includes an interactive activity that helps participants to determine their business’s cost structure and how it relates to their current pricing.
Common issues facing entrepreneurs that this workshop will address:
How to make sure the price for your product or service is optimized for both you and the customer. How to take competition into account when making pricing decisions.
Activities and/or materials included in this workshop:
- Presentation on best practices and process for pricing
- Open Q&A with presenter
Benefits and/or outcomes of taking this workshop:
You will leave with an understanding of how cost structure affects pricing, how to link marketing efforts to your pricing, and how to use your pricing model as a tool for growth.
UCEDC offers free services for small businesses interested in exploring government contracting opportunities. To get started with a personal consultation, please click Assistance Request, enter your contact information and you will be contacted by a member of our Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) Team.
Alejandro Cruz is a training and mentoring officer at UCEDC, a statewide nonprofit economic development corporation that provides loans to startup and growing businesses, government contracting assistance, and training workshops to entrepreneurs and small businesses.
Prior to joining UCEDC, Alejandro held Project Manager positions at Wicresoft and Solar Renewable firms in New Jersey creating financial forecasts for business startups. He also served as lead consultant for three years for an economic development center in South Jersey.