Obvious costs are going to be
- What else?
How much can I expect for each of those listed above, etc?
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Posted 17 February 2003 - 06:10 AM
Originally posted by thomasfl
You will need to know the difference between your costs. You will have fixed costs (telephone, utilities, rent, etc.) and also variable costs. Variable costs are costs that are determined per customer, like products, maybe your detailers income.
You can do a calculation for the profit that you can expect from a typical scenario of when you are up and running and what to expect in the beginning, I recommend it by month. I would use this: Total Costs= Fixed Costs + (variable costs * number of customers).
Perform this calculation with various number of customers and you can get an idea of how many customers you will need a month to make the amount of money you need. If you need some help with this I can help you and I am sure many professionals here can as well.
Posted 17 February 2003 - 07:11 AM
You might want to consider calling your local utility companies for help on this problem. They should be able to provide you with accurate estimates for similar businesses in this area.
Originally posted by THESANTINI
...................... in order for me to get an accurate assumption of opening a shop, it will be important for me to get a idea of the fixed costs and have estimates. So if anyone could help with that- greatly appreciated.
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