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Pricing Your Services
How much is your time worth?
The new concierge needs to be careful about not making the rates too low. As a business owner, you will have overhead expenses like insurance, licensing, website, and taxes. You may also give discounts for packaged services, that will lower your per hour earnings. We recommend a base rate of at least $25 per hour. As your schedule fills in, rates for new clients should increase.
Charging for additional expenses
Some businesses charge for all mileage outside of the standard rate, and many include some local mileage and charge for miles in excess of that. You may also create special package deals where other items are included in the price.
Packages and Discounts
Use our directory to look at the rates others are charging, or stop by our forum to discuss the possibilities with others. The prices you charge should be detailed in your business plan and on your website.Next: Start-Up Checklist
A good place to start is our Opportunity page.
If this sounds like a business that fits your experience and needs, then use the links below to obtain valuable information and resources for starting your new business.
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