By Rao at September 14 2019 10:49:09
Average Selling Price _ Now when you calculate your average selling price which is your cost of sales (material + labor) divided by Ƒ_gross profit), you can determine how many customers you would need and then come up with what you think your conversion rate would be for converting leads to customers, you can determine how many leads you would need. Then from this and with the aid of the U.S. Census Bureau and some basic research on your own you can actually have a pretty decent idea of what size your market is and is going to be in the future so you can see if it will support your business plan or not.
There is a better way. If you would like to develop a nice plan like this for yourself and give yourself a good shot at making your life better, then find a planning software that does it all for you. This is a Small Business Planning Tool made just for small business owners. All you do is enter your business numbers along with the few other things and everything else is done for you automatically including the 7 ways to make it happen. If you wanted to see what 3Ǒ transactions would do to your profit, the second you enter 3Ǒ, it shows you immediately what your new profit would be and whether it would meet your plan or not. I doubt you have ever seen anything like it before.