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Enterprise Corporations

Topics: Little Upsilon: Enterprise Corporations


Tuesday, February 5, 2013 - 01:04 pm Click here to edit this post
For an enterprise, what is a good salary level for workers? Also, should corporations autoupgrade, even if they are not making a profit? I need advice on how to run an enterprise because I just started playing. Thanks.


Tuesday, February 5, 2013 - 03:01 pm Click here to edit this post
Salaries - Due to recent changes of C3 salaries to improve their welfare indexes, I would recommend somewhere between 300 - 350 to have a good hiring rate.

Upgrades - You must upgrade quality if you want your corporations to be profitable. A non upgraded corporation will NEVER be profitable without ASQ.

If this is your first game entity you control, the biggest advice I can give you is be patient and build up slowly. There are a lot of new enterprises controlled by new players that are bankrupt because they build up way to quickly and get trillions in debt. A little debt won't kill you, but I would try to completely avoid any chance of incurring any just to be safe, as it does tend to pile up once it starts.

As a new enterprise owner, an avenue of cash that kept me afloat was the share market. When I needed money I would wait for a corporation to get +800 billion in market value ( fully upgraded, profitable for a few days to get PE) and then sell all of the shares. You may be giving away a profitable corp but you will be getting enough money to cover 1600 game months of success from the corp ( 500M per month estimate for that corps profit ). That will be more than enough money to sustain growth if you do it with more than one.

If you need anything clarified or have any other questions, just send a message to Wendys Inc or Bacon Capital.


Wednesday, February 6, 2013 - 05:58 am Click here to edit this post
Okay thanks!

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