Expand any section to understand how to calculate the value that would be entered into the calculator.
Enter the target profit your studio would like to earn each month. This number is total monthly profit. Example: 10,000
Average total revenue generated during one month. We recommend dividing revenue generated over your previous year and divide by 12 (months). Example: 30,000
Total cost of operations that your studio incurs to generate revenue (rent, utilities, software, etc.). Do not include instructor pay. Example: 15,000
Average number of classes scheduled at your studio during each day. Tip: Take the total number of classes scheduled for a week and divide by 7 and then average to the lower number (to be conservative).
Average pay rate your instructors earn per class. To get the most accurate number, calculate an instructor’s total pay per month and then divide by the the total number of classes they teach each month.
Average amount of revenue generated each time any client visits your facility. FigGrid subscribers can simply divide the average revenue per class by average number of visitors per class.
Number of visitors needed for a single class to cover its costs, making neither a profit nor a loss. Instructors with average class sizes smaller than this number are contributing to overall financial losses for the business.
Number of visitors needed in each class to reach the goal profit stated at the very top (Profit Goal). Use the green slider to see a correlation between the class size and overall profit goals.