Are high mark ups always good business? – £4 for a balloon or I’ll make your kid cry!!!!!
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So the question is … is this good business on the part of the production company? High prices … taking advantage of opportunities or bad for business for sending their young audience out crying and irritated microsoft power bi download for free?
Your comments please.