Overview of the Twokin Consulting Pricing Model
Twokin Consulting will work with you to determine the best pricing and fee model for your situation:
Hourly model: Charging a fixed hourly rate model for work completed on your project.
Per project phase: A fixed project rate with a predetermined deliverable for the phases of the overall project. This approach allows flexibility should priorities shift or certain phases do not need to be completed.
Per project: A fixed project rate with predetermined deliverables. Anything outside of this project’s scope is billed at an hourly rate or as a separate agreement.
Per day: Charging a fixed price per day to allow a Twokin Consulting team member to focus an entire day on your effort.
Retainer: Negotiate a retainer rate based on a specific number of deliverables or pre-paid consulting hours.
Factors That Can Influence Twokin Consulting Pricing
The duration of the project: The length of the project can also impact the cost. A longer project may require a higher fee due to the additional time and resources required of Twokin Consulting.
The location of the project: Will the project be completed virtually or will the consulting team members need to incur expenses to travel to your organization for planning, implementation, or presentations?
Number of team members: If multiple consulting team members are needed to work on the project, the price will be more to cover the additional resources and time requirements.
The complexity of the project: A more complex project may require a higher fee due to the additional time and resources required to complete it.
Demands for our consulting services. If your project comes during a time in which Twokin cConsulting is in high demand, we potentially will use pricing to help prioritize efforts.
$895 Fixed-Price Academic Program Assessment
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