It was a classic question asked at the annual business meeting of the American Chamber of Commerce, which is in Washington, D.C. This year’s annual meeting saw a lot of business going on, with a new business category being created, as well as a new edition of the Chamber’s annual business report.
The latest edition, released this week, is called the “American Office Supply Report.”
Here are the highlights from the 2016 edition of this annual report, released by the Chamber last month: The Chamber says the average cost of an office supply business is $26,000, or 13.8% of the median.
But, that’s not all.
For every $10,000 in sales, there’s an additional $3,500 in operating costs.
That means a typical office supply company will be spending $1,600 to $1.25 million annually on office supplies.
And the average price for a typical business is nearly 10% higher than it was in 2014.
That’s according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
The BLS also says that office supply prices are up about 10% since 2014.
The average cost per square foot for a commercial space in the U.S. is $4,100, but that’s down about 25% from the last time the BLS reported it in 2018.
The BLEC also notes that office supplies are being bought and sold, with the most common types of office supplies up more than a third over the past year.
The average cost for an office space in a U.K. company is $1 million, but this year the BLEA says that the average is $5,500.
Thats up about 11% from last year.
The largest difference is in the cost of office equipment.
The U.KS has an average cost (as measured by square footage) of $1 per square metre for a space.
The cheapest type of office space is a $150 desk, while the cheapest office furniture is a desktop desk for $400.
The smallest office space, a single-level one-bedroom apartment for $250, is the cheapest in the world.