Tis the season to stop over-buying and start to value your work.
There are two things that most florists struggle with at some point in their careers. Designers are over-buying while at the same time, under-valuing their time, expertise and design skill.The solution to second-guessing is profit clarity. It’s essential to have an understanding of the easy to follow rules and recipes which have been set by flower shops for years and years (and years). This is the business model we should follow with our home-based businesses as well.
Today I want to talk to you about what your profit margin should really look like and more specifically, exactly how much you should be aiming for in terms of COGS. If you’ve ever wondered whether you’re charging enough or sometimes feel underpaid, then today’s video is for you. I’m going to answer some very important questions about your profit margin and I have a lot more to teach you in my new online course, Flower Math. The Florist’s Guide To Pricing And Profitability.
Click to watch the video and get some important facts about your numbers and find out if Flower Math is for right for you.
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