In this episode, I want to talk about time and materials billing versus fixed price billing.

Over the last dozen years, I’ve had the pleasure of working with many companies who sell services to their clients. Most of them have historically priced their services by the hour. I want to suggest why that might not be a great idea for you or your clients.

This concept may make you feel a little uncomfortable, but take a listen and you’ll see how a change in approach could make all the difference to you AND your clients

In this episode, I want to talk about time and materials billing versus fixed price billing.

Over the last dozen years, I’ve had the pleasure of working with many companies who sell services to their clients. Most of them have historically priced their services by the hour. I want to suggest why that might not be a great idea for you or your clients.

This concept may make you feel a little uncomfortable, but take a listen and you’ll see how a change in approach could make all the difference to you AND your clients

In this episode, I want to talk about time and materials billing versus fixed price billing.

Over the last dozen years, I’ve had the pleasure of working with many companies who sell services to their clients. Most of them have historically priced their services by the hour. I want to suggest why that might not be a great idea for you or your clients.

This concept may make you feel a little uncomfortable, but take a listen and you’ll see how a change in approach could make all the difference to you AND your clients