Average Profit Margin

Average Profit Margin

A company or project's profit margin divided by the number of units it sells. For example, if a company sells 1,000 widgets in a year and makes a profit of $10,000, its average profit margin is $10 per widget.
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If the average profit margin for a bakery is too low, the bakery may not turn a profit for the fiscal year.
Since the current NSW CTP scheme was introduced in 1999, insurance companies have made an average profit margin of about 20 per cent, he said.
Unique consulting firm specializing in services to Federal Prison inmates and defendants offering solutions to the problems that men and women facing federal incarceration are confronted with Relocatable as almost all work is performed via email and phone It has an exclusive business model that allows for a higher than average profit margin.
He said that, around the world, telecommunications firms have an average profit margin of 30 percent.
Over the same period, the two agencies had the highest average profit margin too, at 14 per cent and 17 per cent respec- tively.
Based on recent reports, the team calculated an average profit margin of 29 percent, yielding an estimated profit per user of $1 per year.
According to one bank, a swipe-fee cap of 7 cents per transaction still would produce a profit margin of about 8 percent, compared to the retail industry's average profit margin of one to three percent.
The average profit margin rate of Maction's navigation software is about 70%, and related products can be applied to other devices such as PND, iPhone, Android smartphone etc.
Business owners can now easily see if invoices are below the average profit margin, look into why this is so and put systems into place to ensure profit margins remain at the optimum level.
The average profit margin before costs for the Big Six suppliers has surged by 88% since last February.
In November, the average profit margin for this year stood at $116 per room, a 20 percent drop from the first 11 months of 2008.
Those with a market capitalisation of more than 500m [pounds sterling] saw average profit margin growth of more than 8%.