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Business Type:
Businesses that are "Goods" oriented produce something to be consumed by customers. There are often manifacturing costs associated with production of the goods, which can reduce revenue.

"Services" provide service to customers. Revenue is often bound by the amount of labor capable to preform each service.

"Media" companies have costs associated with production, but generally don't have to scale those costs the same way "Goods" businesses do as they aquire more customers.
Target Yearly Income:

Yearly Fixed Costs
Ave. Manufactoring Per Unit Cost
Ave. Sale Price Per Unit
Ave. Manufactoring Time Per Unit
Ave. Monthly Number of Units Sold
Averages shoud be monthly.
Current Revenue: $0 Projected Revenue:$0

FieldScaling FactorPercentage ChangeNew Value
Yearly Fixed Costs
0%0
Ave. Manufactoring Per Unit Cost
0%0
Ave. Sale Price Per Unit
0%0
Ave. Manufactoring Time Per Unit
0%0
Ave. Monthly Number of Units Sold
0%0

Formula: Ave_Monthly_Number_of_Units_Sold × (Ave_Sale_Price_Per_Unit - Ave_Manufactoring_Per_Unit_Cost) × 12 - Yearly_Fixed_Costs

With the Limit:
  • Ave_Monthly_Number_of_Units_Sold ≤ 365 × 24 × 60 × 60 / (Ave_Manufactoring_Time_Per_Unit × 12)

About the Business Scale-Up

Thinking about turning a hobby into a business? Dabbling with an etsy store front, or making a little side money as a amature photographer and thinking about "going pro"? The Business Scale-Up can help you figure out how you need to grow your business in order to reach your profitability goals.

Select the type of business you're in, enter the paramaters and give the sliders a try. The Business Scale-Up can show you how lowering your fixed costs, adjusting your sale price or increasing your client base can each affect your bottom line. You can then focus your energy on the variable with the most potentional, helping you reach your profitability goals sooner.

Want to see another type of business listed here? Contact me and I'll add it!

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