|Jan 27, 2006, 11:28 PM||#1|
Please Help MBA Project - Take a second anser 1 simple question
Have you ever wanted a Fresh water, Salt Water or Reef Aquarium - but thought it would be TOO MUCH work? What if you could have one and pay for a service so that you only have to look at it?
I have an MBA project and I'm setting up a business as a Aquarium installer/Maintainer for Offices, Doctors and Homes.
Please take a seconds to answer this question:
If you had 'disposable' income for a luxuary item such as an aquarium and could pay for such a service at work (like a Janitor) or in your home as you would pay for a house cleaner or gardener - what would you consider paying for such a service?
Assume VERY convienent weekly service - working around your schedule.
Most services are $50 to $100 per hour but I want to set up a weekly rate. And I want to know, considering that the hourly rate is such a high variable value, what would you pay for a weekly charge such that time is not a factor.
Please know this is for a project, it is not real and I am not ever going to ask you if I can set up your business with a tank. Even if you beg me!
I just need some feed back for the market survey - so please reply, IM, PM or email me - it is a very important section of the paper.
I really appreciat the Mac Rumor community's help
Thank You For Your Time
Retired G5 2 X 2.5 - She lost her mind (could not find her DIMM slots anymore)
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Last edited by iriejedi; Jan 28, 2006 at 11:27 AM.
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