This is blog of Ranjit Saxena from Nepal. With more than 24 years of experience in arts, Ranjit Saxena is now working as an art consultant for individuals, offices, hotels and companies. He is expert in assessing clients’ needs and tastes, including their likes and dislikes.
Thursday, November 13, 2008
I have a friend who does teaching and its taken him 20 years to build a following . I own a company and chose to still continue it now however its so slow. I make crafts regularly and as long as you love what you do it will sell. As with all service businesses, you can either stick to what you know or change with the tides.If you're going to do this for the long hall I'd suggest you stick with what you know and add inexpensive things until you find something that you like. Your customers like each area, are different. I use to live in Nepal and what sells there for big money.Budgeting is a very vital task that you have to master if you want to succeed in any of your business venture. You have to be conscious about everything that you have to allocate funds to. And this includes printing prices and other considerations when it comes to your marketing tools.
With the tough economic times and as it gets tougher every day, you have to make sure that you will thrive in the industry you are in. But no matter how hard times are, you must never stop from advertising. You can pause a while if you really cannot afford to move forward. But make sure to create a bang the next time that you are in it again.
You don't want to commit the mistake of being mistaken as non-existent. Remember that there are many businesses that come out each time that you fail to make any move to reinstate your place in the industry. If you are going to be lax, time may come when you have lost everything that you have worked so hard for, including the patrons that you thought were loyal to you. So go and get your budget fixed. Here are some aspects that you may want to look into to help you with this goal.
1. List down all elements in your business that requires you to allocate funds to. Write down the estimates of the total cost that you may incur in the process. Look closely at what you've written and weigh things out. For example, do you really have to opt for the broadcast medium when print can give you same output without having to spend too much?
The idea here is to list down your options and choose the best that suits what you have without going overboard. If you have set your eyes on the print medium, canvas on other considerations like printing prices. Look at the choices and decide on the ones that fit your budget right. If you have a need for many materials at one time, then it will be better if you will avail your materials in bulk. Such project will be processed through the offset method of printing that will create more savings for you and your business.
2. Hire a professional to help you in budgeting. This is important especially in dealing with money. One wrong move or miscalculation can lead to bigger troubles. So it will be best if you will get down with business knowing that you have every aspect of it ironed out.
3. Look at your expenses. If there are unnecessary purchases, make sure that you avid doing such in the future. This is important so that you will learn to handle your finances accordingly. This will also help you in learning the art of self-control especially now that you have your business to tend to.
Knowing the range of printing prices is only one way for you to start on to the right budgeting tricks। As you stay longer in the industry, you will reap the rewards of your hard work and will learn to appreciate the value of the money invested and allocated correctly.