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Not sure what this is going to turn into...Thu, 05 Sep 2013 03:09:08 +0000hourly1https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8.7Comment on Pricing, Markup, Margins and Mass Confusion by Lavenia Lord
Thu, 05 Sep 2013 03:09:08 +0000http://travi.st/?p=179#comment-15111Thanks for all these information. I was trying to finish my Agriculture Marketing assignment and I could see that your explanation on the calculation of margins and pricing is very simple and easy to understand.
Please, only if you won’t mind me asking more questions later on.
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Thu, 02 May 2013 05:14:11 +0000http://travi.st/?p=181#comment-12384Thanks Travis! I didn’t ever do anything with that idea. The government regulation of the industry turned my interest.
Would be happy to talk if you are still interested.
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Sat, 13 Apr 2013 13:39:59 +0000http://travi.st/?p=181#comment-12185Hey Travis. First off, nice name! I juat stumbled onto your site and more to the point, this article (and the last in this series). I was just wandering if you ever did anything about your ideas for business. Especially about the liquor industry. It’s been a few years since you wrote this so I’m either assuming you did it or moved on. I’m building a business plan at the moment for a liquor company and would like to just get in touch with you. If not that’s cool. Let me know
– “fellow” Travis
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Wed, 06 Mar 2013 11:13:23 +0000http://travi.st/?p=181#comment-11823Do you think the listing fees would work well? Or maybe is better to offer some cases or products for free?
In both cases I feel as I could simply give a simple discount on the price instead of saying my price and than proposing a listing fee which is money the same.
I’d prefer where is possible to make demostrations for the clients: so it will consists in paying the retail shop’s owner for the disturb and invest some money in products to offer them to the clients in the shop.
What about it, any other ideas?
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Wed, 06 Mar 2013 11:06:24 +0000http://travi.st/?p=179#comment-11822Can we say this system doesn’t match well for import-export products? I’m new in the business and I’m trying to export some food products from Italy and I’m often wondering what’s the retailer marging for similar products of mine to work backwards. Of course I’ve checked the final price in different stores, but I don’t think the retailers apply the ( adviced producer price ) on those products they sell.
Could i start calculating ( my cost x 7)? in order to suppose a potential final price we can find to the stores and than working backwards applying 35/40% of retailer marging and 25% of wholesaler margin to get in the end my own margin.
Hope in ur reply and compliments for the great information website, very helpful.
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Sun, 18 Jul 2010 23:26:50 +0000http://travi.st/?p=77#comment-1075i miss trudy’s now that i’m in california! i googled a few recipes and wasn’t sure how they’d turn out, so thanks for giving this a test-run for me. 🙂 now that it’s summertime, i am craving a delicious mexi-mart!
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