Sorry I have not been able to respond to your comments on the previous post. Work on Esha (that is my Braille initiative) has been really hectic lately. That is a lame excuse, but the only true one.
This is how a Braille enabled card looks:
For those of you who want to get these cards Braille enabled(at the existing price of INR 100 plus postage per set of 100 cards) , the email id is firstname.lastname@example.org. We do all the Esha related work from here.
If you want to know more about Esha, just drop it in the comments box.. perhaps then, the next post will be about Esha! :-)
Thank you all for your inputs. We are thinking of expanding outside India, and are right now looking at comparing prices for similar services in Europe and Oceania so that the product offering can be finalised.
Am yet to fight it out with my volunteer friend, but my current school of thot is this:
Right now, we are in the market creation stage. This is not the right time for a price increase. We need to make sure people start thinking of braille on cards as a hygiene factor, and then think of a price increase. Market creation and price rise do not go together.
What do you think??
Love and Luck!
PS: There, one has just kissed the anonymity on this blog goodbye!! :-((