What is the Profit Potential for Pole Base?
Every business calculates profit based on its own unique variables. We want to get you the information you need to calculate the profit potential for your business, including the costs of materials, labor, equipment, and sales.
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Three Ways to be Successful with Pole Base
Maintain a Dedicated Sales Team
It's common to start out with a part time sales person as you get your Pole Base business off the ground, but as your business grows you'll realize that a full time salesperson is key! This sales person should always be engaged with the local specifying and construction communities to help gain projects for your company.
Build Relationships with Key Partners
Building strong relationships with your local electrical engineers and electrical contractors is critical to the success of Pole Base in your market! These two groups of people are the drivers of Pole Base sales. The cool thing is that once electrical engineers and contractors give Pole Base a try, they love it because it’s easier to design, easier to install, and it looks better than what they’re doing today. Start building those relationships now!
Manage Logistics Like a Pro
There are two main components of the Pole Base logistics system: plant layouts and freight. Your sales rep will help you customize a layout that best utilizes your facility. Also, having the proper delivery equipment for transporting Pole Base units to the job site is essential for profit and can impress your contractor by properly staging the product close to where the bases need to be installed. Keep in mind, Pole Base is customized for each project, so normally you cannot stock the product. This is why logistics will be so important to your business!
Financial Inputs Report
You're probably wondering about the costs that go into producing Pole Base, and the financial inputs report will help you figure out what that number will be for your company. The report covers:
- Material Costs
- Labor Costs
- Sales Costs
- Royalty Costs
- Equipment Costs
After you've looked over the report, give us a call and we'll help you figure out more specific numbers for your unique business.