- Mini business website: (up to 5 pages): each year + $300 for hosting & twice content modifications***
- Small business website (8 to 16 pages): $2,000 to $9,000.
- Large business website (25 to 75 pages): $10,000 to $35,000.
- E-commerce website (100 to 1,000 products): $5,000 to $55,000.
- Database website (20 to 2,000 pages): $6,000 to $75,000.
Inbound marketing is a strategy that involves attracting, engaging, and delighting potential customers through the creation and distribution of valuable content and experiences. The goal is to build trust and credibility with customers, and ultimately, to drive conversions and sales.
HubSpot inbound marketing system – Strategy, roadmap, editorial strategy, deployment, connection to existing CRM/ERP – From $ 10 000.
Inbound Marketing Strategy
A consultant may work with the business to develop an inbound marketing strategy tailored to their specific needs and goals. This may involve conducting a marketing audit, identifying target audience personas, developing a content strategy, and creating a plan for implementing and measuring the success of the strategy. Prices for an inbound marketing strategy can range from a few thousand to tens of thousands of dollars, depending on the scope and complexity of the project.
(Depending on market forces / internet users). Will be reviewed every month in accordance with the targeted social media ads vs. internet users). A consultant may help the business create and distribute valuable content that attracts and engages potential customers. This may include blog posts, e-books, videos, social media posts, and more. Prices for content marketing services can vary widely depending on the volume and complexity of the content needed.
Emailing / E-Letter
Editorialized newsletter – 2 creative proposals – editor – Integration and test, from $ 250.
A consultant may help the business optimize their website and content for search engines, with the goal of improving search engine rankings and driving more traffic to the site. Prices for SEO services can range from a few hundred to several thousand dollars per month, depending on the level of expertise and experience required. Example of SEO Natural referencing optimization: Initial audit – Technical and editorial recommendations – Technical implementation under CMS –
Writing of Google optimized editorial content – Monthly follow-up from €1 500
Social Media Marketing
A consultant may help the business develop and execute a social media marketing strategy, including creating and curating content, managing social media accounts, and running social media ads. Prices for social media marketing services can range from a few hundred to several thousand dollars per month, depending on the scope and complexity of the project.
Business planning and strategy development: $1,500 – $5,000+
Example: A business consultant creates a comprehensive business plan for a startup company that includes market research, financial projections, and a marketing strategy. The consultant may charge a flat fee of $3,000 for the project.
Marketing and sales consulting: $100 – $300 per hour
Example: A marketing consultant helps a small business develop a marketing plan and sales strategy. The consultant may charge an hourly rate of $150 and work with the business for a total of 10 hours, resulting in a total cost of $1,500.
Financial consulting and analysis: $200 – $500 per hour
Example: A financial consultant works with a medium-sized business to analyze financial data, develop budgets, and create financial forecasts. The consultant may charge an hourly rate of $300 and work with the business for a total of 20 hours, resulting in a total cost of $6,000.
Human resources consulting: $150 – $300 per hour
Example: A human resources consultant provides guidance to a company on topics such as employee recruitment, performance management, and compliance with employment laws. The consultant may charge an hourly rate of $200 and work with the company for a total of 15 hours, resulting in a total cost of $3,000.
Operations and supply chain consulting: $150 – $500 per hour
Example: An operations consultant helps a company improve its supply chain management and streamline its operations. The consultant may charge an hourly rate of $250 and work with the company for a total of 20 hours, resulting in a total cost of $5,000.
It is important to note that these prices are only approximate and can vary widely depending on your specific needs.The pricing may depend on factors such as the scope and complexity of the project, the level of expertise and experience required, and the duration of the engagement.
Prices at AB Consulting:
- Hourly rates: we charge hourly rates for our services, which can range from $80 to $600 or more per hour, depending on the consultant’s experience, reputation, and area of expertise.
- Fixed fees: we may offer fixed-fee pricing for specific services, such as developing a business plan, conducting market research, or implementing a specific strategy. Fixed fees can range from a few hundred to several thousand dollars, depending on the service and the consultant’s expertise.
- Retainer agreements: For ongoing consulting services, we may offer retainer agreements, in which the client pays a monthly or annual fee for access to the consultant’s services. Retainer fees can range from a few thousand to tens of thousands of dollars, depending on the scope of the engagement.
- Value-based pricing: we may use value-based pricing, in which the fee is based on the value that the consultant’s services provide to the client, rather than the time or effort required to provide the services.
It’s important to discuss the pricing structure and expectations with us before engaging our services to ensure that both parties are on the same page, before making a decision.
Professional Business Plan
Betwen $ 500 to 25 000.
The price for a professional business plan can vary depending on the scope and complexity of the project, the level of detail required, and the expertise of the business plan writer.
For a simple business plan, the price could range from $500 to $1,500. For a more complex business plan, such as one that involves extensive market research, financial analysis, and strategy development, the price could range from $1,500 to $5,000 or more.
It’s important to keep in mind that a professional business plan is an investment in the future of your business. A well-crafted plan can help you secure financing, attract investors, and guide your business towards success. So while the cost may seem high initially, it can pay off in the long run.
Here are examples of simple, complex, and extremely complex business plans:
1. Simple Business Plan:
A simple business plan may be appropriate for a small startup or a one-person business. It typically includes the following sections:
- Executive Summary: A brief overview of the business and its goals.
- Company Description: A description of the business, including its products or services, target market, and competition.
- Market Analysis: An analysis of the target market, including customer needs and competitors.
- Marketing and Sales Strategies: A plan for promoting and selling the business’s products or services.
- Financial Plan: A summary of the business’s projected income and expenses, including sales forecasts and a budget.
2. Complex Business Plan:
A complex business plan is typically required for larger businesses, franchises, or businesses seeking funding from investors. It may include the following sections:
- Executive Summary: A brief overview of the business and its goals.
Company Description: A detailed description of the business, including its history, mission, and vision.
- Market Analysis: A detailed analysis of the target market, including customer needs, demographics, and competitors.
- Marketing and Sales Strategies: A comprehensive plan for promoting and selling the business’s products or services, including market research, pricing strategies, and distribution channels.
- Operations Plan: A plan for the day-to-day operations of the business, including production, logistics, and supply chain management.
- Financial Plan: A detailed financial analysis of the business, including sales forecasts, expense budgets, and cash flow projections.
- Management Team: A description of the business’s management team, including their experience and qualifications.
- Risk Analysis: An assessment of potential risks and challenges that the business may face, and strategies for mitigating them.
- Appendices: Supporting documents and additional information, such as market research reports, legal documents, and financial statements.
3. Extremely Complex Business Plan:
An extremely complex business plan may be required for large corporations, multinational organizations, or businesses with multiple product lines and revenue streams. It may include all the sections of a complex business plan, as well as additional sections such as:
- Corporate Governance: A description of the organization’s management structure, including the board of directors and executive management team.
- Environmental and Social Responsibility: A plan for addressing environmental and social responsibility issues, including sustainability, social justice, and community engagement.
Intellectual Property: A description of the organization’s patents, trademarks, and copyrights, and strategies for protecting them.
- Technology Strategy: A plan for incorporating new technologies into the business, including research and development, innovation, and technology partnerships.
- Global Market Analysis: An analysis of global markets and trends, and strategies for expanding the business internationally.
- An extremely complex business plan requires a significant amount of time and resources to develop, and may involve input from multiple stakeholders and departments within the organization.
Our mission is to secure sustainable growth and prosperity in the fiercely competitive hospitality sector. Below, we present pricing examples that showcase our expertise and commitment to achieving optimal results for your 50-room hotel business:
1. Hotel Development: Knowledge of hotel industry trends, design, and amenities to create a successful and attractive hotel environment.
- $200-$300 per hour or a flat project fee of $10,000-$20,000, depending on the scope and complexity of the project.
2. Project Management: Ability to plan, organize, and oversee various aspects of the hotel construction and operations.
- $150-$250 per hour or a monthly retainer fee of $5,000-$8,000 for ongoing oversight of hotel construction and operations.
3. Financial Planning: Skills in budgeting, financial analysis, and fundraising to ensure adequate funding for the project.
- $180-$280 per hour or a project-based fee of $7,000-$12,000 for creating a comprehensive budget and fundraising strategy.
4. Legal Compliance (with the help of local partners/agency): Understanding of local laws and regulations related to hotel construction, charity operations, and land use.
- $160-$250 per hour or a one-time fee of $6,000-$9,000 for ensuring legal compliance with local laws and regulations.
5. Marketing and Outreach: Strategies to promote the hotel to tourists and potential donors, emphasizing its social impact.
- $170-$260 per hour or a project-based fee of $8,000-$14,000 for establishing partnerships with NGOs, orphanages, and the community.
6. Sustainability: Expertise in developing a self-sustaining model to ensure the long-term viability of the hotel.
- $180-$270 per hour or a retainer fee of $6,000-$10,000 per month for ongoing strategies to promote the hotel to tourists and donors.
7. Social Programs: Ability to design and implement programs that cater to the needs of orphans and contribute positively to their well-being.
- Sustainability: $190-$280 per hour or a project-based fee of $7,500-$12,000 for developing a self-sustaining model for the hotel’s long-term viability.
As a consultant, we will guide the project team to ensure the hotel supports orphans and benefits the community successfully.
All prices are in US$.
1. SERVICE & DEFINITION
Service and definition are key elements in ensuring that our clients receive clear and comprehensive understanding of the services we provide. It enables you to make informed decisions and achieve your desired outcomes. We believe that a clear definition of our services is crucial to building a strong and lasting relationship with our clients. We are committed to providing the transparency and clarity needed to foster that relationship.
The AB Consulting service provider will execute this contract according to the terms of this agreement, of which the characteristics are specified in each estimate. As soon as the quote is signed effect of specifications, by the customer, the contract becomes effective as of right.
Acceptance of the quote will be made by electronic signature or, failing that, by any means.
(in particular sending of signed quotes scanned by email) allowing the customer’s agreement on the
quotes, services, financial terms and general conditions AB Consulting
1.2 As part of a contract for the purchase of advertising space:
The Agency or Agent refers to AB Consulting.
The Advertiser or Client refers to the client signing the quote. Support does reference to the websites (ie Yahoo, Google, etc.) on which the AB Consulting Agency is mandated to buy advertising space on behalf of the advertiser.
The AB Consulting General Conditions of Sale refer to this present document.
2. PAYMENT TERMS
2.1 The client will pay for the services specified according to the characteristics of each book charges.
The customer will make this payment net 30 days upon receipt of the corresponding invoice.
issued by the provider.
2.2 In the event of delay in relation to the due date: the amount due will bear interest at 1.5 times the legal interest rate, ipso jure and without prior notice.
In the absence of payment of an invoice, after formal notice by registered letter with acknowledgment of receipt remained without effect 15 days after it was sent, the Service Provider shall be entitled to suspend the contract until full payment of the sums due.
3. OWNERSHIP AND DATA
3.1 The service provider acknowledges that all intellectual property rights resulting directly from the development and services associated with this agreement will become the property of the client after full payment for the services.
In the case of IT development and/or programming, the transfer of the source code must be the subject of a specific agreement. This agreement excludes unintended use within the framework of this contract, in particular a re-use of the source codes, visuals and graphic developments in other countries / continents, subsidiaries, media distribution than that provided for in the contract.
In the event of unintended use, a special license agreement will be required, in particular in case of reuse of source codes, visuals, images, films outside the intended scope by agreement. This agreement also excludes the economic rights which remain the property of the Creator.
3.2 AB Consulting undertakes not to infringe the rights of third parties
When a license or authorization is necessary, it will inform the customer, who will decide the opportunity to acquire said licenses or authorizations.
4. WARRANTY AND INDEMNITY
4.1 Guarantee and indemnity
Each of the parties warrants that it has full powers and authority to participate in the this agreement, in the performance of the services and other obligations below mentioned, and that its participation in this Agreement does not adversely affect the rights of any third party or any other agreement to which it is a party.
4.2 Each party will indemnify and hold harmless the other party against any loss
Cost, claim, liability, suit, judgment or expense, including reasonable attorney’s fees, arising out of any breach of warranty up to the fees provided for in the contract.
4.3 This Agreement in no way excludes the liability of either party
With respect to death and personal injury due to negligence on the part of the
party, that of its employees or subcontractors.
During the term of this contract, each party may receive or have access to technical information, as well as information on development plans, strategies, promotional offers and order customer information confidential. Confidential Information may be used by the party receiving such information only in the context of the execution of this contract and only by employees of the party receiving the information who need access to it to the execution of this contract. Each party shall protect the Confidential Information of any unauthorized use, disclosure or publication. Each party should respect commitments related to confidential information for a period of five years.
6.1 Applicable law:
This contract is governed by Indonesian law and must be interpreted in accordance with the
Indonesian law. Any dispute will be submitted to the competent Indonesian courts.
6.2 Status of the parties:
The status of the parties in this contract is that of independent contractors, which means that neither party is an employee, agent, partner of the other party. the service provider will take charge of and assume its own responsibility with regard to its own legal, fiscal and social obligations inherent in the execution of this contract.
6.3 Force Majeure:
Failure to fulfill the obligations of this contract by the parties will be excused to the extent that the inability to provide the service in question is rendered impossible by a social movement, a fire, a flood or any other event making it impossible to provide the services in question, provided that the impossibility is not the result of negligence on the part of the party unable to deliver the services and provided that said party promptly notifies the other party of the situation and use all its means to execute this contract.
7. PURCHASE OF ADVERTISING SPACE
7.1 The Agency is subject to the obligation to report on its management.
The Agency will provide copy of the invoices of the supports. If due to non-payment by the Advertiser, the Agency finds it impossible to pay the seller’s invoices on time, the Advertiser undertakes to pay directly the supports for the amount of the advertising campaigns corresponding to the allocated media budget.
7.2 The Advertiser’s order form must clearly distinguish the media budget allocated to the Agency’s fee campaign.
It is imperative that the advertiser’s order form clearly differentiates the media budget allocated for the agency’s fee campaign to avoid any confusion or miscommunication.
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