Zero Cost Strategy

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Definition: Zero Cost Strategy

Zero cost strategy is a process where not additional costs are undertaken while conducting a business activity. Zero cost strategy is where no expenses are done to do business or improve existing activities.

The overall idea of such a strategy is to further streamline processes and make them better. Along with that, it would also help in eliminating other future expenses.

Zero cost strategy can also involve buying and selling of certain goods or things because of which the net cost is zero. For e.g. in an office, that requires a new machine, 2-3 unused machines can be sold off, and with the money the new one can be purchased. This way the new machine is acquired at a zero cost. And all the future operations become more efficient as well.

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