Contrary to what most people believe, the initial price set by a seller is not always a final, immutable fact. Unless both seller and buyer agree on it, the price remains to be a proposition set by the seller. And you, the buyer, can negotiate for a better price – if you are
prepared to drive a bargain. So, how do you do it without offending or
earning the ire of the seller?
Devon Franklin is an ordained preacher, published author and recently
was promoted to vice president of production at Columbia Pictures—a
division of Sony Pictures Entertainment. Devon recently spoke with TNJ.com to discuss his new position at
Columbia while offering advice to young African American entrepreneurs.