We’ve been getting tons of questions from people really excited and wanting more details about the upcoming Smart Women Maid Rich Conference. One of the big questions is: “What is the price???”
Now we’re still working on the final schedule, bonus surprises and more – however we do want to address your “price” concerns right up front. (I can tell you – you definitely won’t need to sell a kidney)
So, what kind of price tag should we put on this jam packed Women’s Conference / Cruise that will make 2010 your best year ever?
Frankly, this is going to be one of the biggest bargains you’re going to get from any conference. This Women’s Conference is a brand new event for women in the cleaning industry that we hope has more bells and whistles than every other event that either Debbie or myself have done before. The types of skills that we will be covering are things that are generally covered in private one-on-one coaching/consulting, and sometimes require an on-site visit. Some people have asked if the conference will be over $3000.00 since that is typically what consulting or on-site visits could cost for this kind of hands-on topics – or even more.
We checked into it and other professional skills Women’s conferences and found that $3000.00 is a comparable price and would a great value for this “Cruise” version (since participants will also get a great experience on the cruise, and be inspired with all of the successful women there). We seriously considered it, but decided that is NOT our style.
We want to make the conference accessible for all women in the cleaning industry WITHOUT price being a barrier.
We’re thinking for the entire cruise (including all taxes, meals on board and entertainment) plus the entire 4 day conference, and extra goodies, of only charging just around $1000.00 for an Inside Cabin and Conference ticket. That’s a big savings off the total cost of any other seminar in the cleaning industry that we know of (where you have to pay for hotel, food, entertainment and registration). Plus, to make it even more affordable we’re even going to try a payment plan. Make no mistake, payment plans are a big accounting headache (ugh!) but we think it would really help some people who are on the fence, especially since that makes monthly payments only around payments of $99/month.
Now none of this is set in stone yet so don’t hold us to it.
We’re not 100% sure about the price, or how beneficial the payment plan will be. However since we’ve had so many people asking me about the price – I thought I would relieve a little of the pressure and let you in on what we’re thinking. If you’d like to voice your opinion, please post your comments.
Renee O’Brien, (on behalf of Renee and Debbie)