Pricing for Profit Calculator

When a business raises or lowers the selling price of its products the unit sales volume of the product changes.

This free pricing for profit calculator can be used to calculate the increase in unit sales volume needed to compensate for a change in selling prices while maintaining a constant gross profit level.

Last modified February 11th, 2019 by Michael Brown
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Effect of Sales Discounting Calculator

When a business offers a sales discount to customers its gross margin percentage will fall. If the gross margin percentage falls its overall profit will be reduced unless revenue can be improved.

This free effect of sales discounting calculator can be used to calculate the increase in revenue a business needs in order to maintain its current gross margin.

Last modified January 29th, 2019 by Michael Brown
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Limiting Factor Analysis

Limiting factor analysis is a technique used by a business to identify which of its products should be manufactured in order to maximize profits when there are scare resources. It can be used as part of a financial projection in order to ensure that unit sales forecasts do not exceed available production capacity.

Last modified January 29th, 2019 by Michael Brown
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Top Down Bottom Up Financial Projections

Top down, bottom up budgeting are two methods which can be used to produce financial projections for a business. One relies on the estimated market for a product, and the other is based on detailed assumptions about the business.

Last modified January 29th, 2019 by Michael Brown
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Market Size Calculator

This market size calculator allows a start-up business to estimate the size of the local market for its new venture and to ascertain whether the venture is a feasible proposition by calculating market size, market saturation point and market break even.

Last modified May 14th, 2019 by Michael Brown
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Market Size Estimation

A market size estimation is a useful exercise as it will allow you to determine whether the new business is a feasible proposition.

Starting a business on the assumption that the market place will get bigger to accommodate you is a dangerous game. More often than not, the market will stay the same and the business you get will be at the expense of competitors. There are many factors to consider when deciding how to determine market size.

Last modified February 19th, 2019 by Michael Brown
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Sales Forecast in a Business Plan

The business plan sales forecast sometimes referred to as the revenue forecast or revenue projection, is one of the most crucial set of numbers used in the business plan.

Many of the numbers developed later in the financial projections such as inventory levels, staff costs, cash flow, funding requirements, and ultimately the business valuation, depend on the numbers used in the sales forecast.

Last modified January 29th, 2019 by Michael Brown
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