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I know this will be the umpteenth message posted on the subject of coming up with a fee to charge a corporate client…please feel free to direct me to any other thread that could help.
But here’s my scenario: I wake up this morning, first day of the new year, and an old friend I worked with in the past sends me an email asking my daily rate for the writing of a 8-page brochure and a visit to Bangladesh at the end of Jan. She might also be willing to assign me to take pictures for it: “several disks of high-quality, unlimited usage, rights-free images.” …
I feel I should come up with two different quotes, but I need some advice as this would be my first corporate job…especially re: the photography. Is it right of them to ask me for full rights? How much should they be ready to pay for that? I don’t wanna come across as cheap, but I also know my limitations and don’t want to blow a longer-term relationship…
Client: American NGO called Land O’Lakes International Development â€” who were originally going to hire a big PR firm for one-stop shopping but were then put off by their quotes…
Job: research and write up of a 8-page brochure about a “multi-year school feeding and nutrition program that’s just wrapping up” AND (maybe) “several disks of high-quality, unlimited usage, rights-free images”
Time: 5-7 days in country plus write up/pics editing and deliver (till the end of March)