No. of Recommendations: 6
Come on!
To put on a 'free zeminar' means someone is paying for the food. Someone is paying to rent the room. Someone is paying for the AV support. Someone is paying for the glossy printed materials handed out to attendees. Sooooo....who is paying for all of this? Whoever this may be, what do they expect in return for this payout? There are two possible explanations for the true motives of this group:
1, They are charitably driven whose only mission is to enlighten their fellow humans at whatever cost to them. The likelihood is this group will expend their own personal savings to ensure the betterment of their fellow man. Or.....
2. They fully expect to recoup these expenses in the form of enhanced product sales that exceed these costs plus an expected Rate of Return profit. Whether the commissioned product meets the household need is irrelevant. It's not the need, it's what can be sold.

Which do you think applies to this 'Free' Seminar?

BruceM
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