How to create a pricing sheet
You can either have one standard pricing sheet, or, you can create sheets unique to each company. Either way, creating the outline of a sheet doesn’t require too much heavy lifting.
1. Perform market research
As I mentioned right off the bat, you need to first develop a pricing strategy. This requires conducting some serious market research to determine things like product-market fit, competitor prices, customer willingness to pay, and so forth.
2. Calculate profit margins
Before making the actual price sheet document, you have to do some calculating. Determine how much it costs for you to produce or acquire products. Take these costs into account when developing a pricing sheet. This may vary if your price is on a per-customer basis.
3. Open your spreadsheet document
Your company logo should be on the spreadsheet to prevent any confusion. It’s a good habit to include your company logo on every document you send out, to not only promote your brand, but to protect it.