You’ve been asked by a client or prospect to quote a project you’ve never quoted before.
Maybe the project is somewhat offbeat.
Or maybe it’s simply something you’ve never done for a client before—even though you’re confident you can do it.
Trying to assign a price to these kinds of projects can freak people out.
You want to land the opportunity.
But you also want to charge a fair price.
In the short video below, I describe four pieces of intel you can use to confidently price these kinds of projects.
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