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A Fair price

Discussion in 'Printing & Print Design Forum:' started by dogsbody, Jun 18, 2009.

  1. dogsbody

    dogsbody Member

    Hello all I thought I'd run this past you to see what you think. I've been asked by my old firm to freelance for a couple of weeks while the tard who gave me the push is away.

    I'll be artworking and running up to five different printers and a vinyl cutter. I'm thinking of asking for £30ph, fair price or not?
  2. CYoung

    CYoung Member

    Depends how many hours they are giving you I suppose.

    If it's 9-5 for a couple of weeks and they NEED you then I think its fair, but if they are doing you a favor and giving you work, and you are the one that NEEDS it, I'd ask for a bit less.

    Hope this helps:icon_smile:
  3. Stationery Direct

    Stationery Direct Administrator Staff Member

    I remember when they laid you off and how p****d off you were, tell them £50ph :icon_biggrin:
  4. CYoung

    CYoung Member

    LOL - Yea - if you have leverage on it then be cheeky and take the **** <--person that laid you off to the bank. I mentioned in a post earlier how I didn't take some money, in this case I would do the opposite I think.
  5. dogsbody

    dogsbody Member

    I have it on good authority that they are desperate:icon_biggrin: I'll quote them £30 as it'll be a full 7.5 hour day for the duration.

    Cheers for the input.:icon_notworthy:
  6. CYoung

    CYoung Member

    Over a grand a week - not bad :icon_biggrin:
  7. Sounds reasonable to me

  8. dogsbody

    dogsbody Member

    Go some way to make up for the kak wage previously:icon_biggrin:
  9. NeedForBleed

    NeedForBleed Member

    Well actually, if you just make the coffee all day, I'll do the work, but I want 75%....

    I pray you get above 30, I mean I might just quit and go freelancing for them myself then.

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