Profits at book stations

The profit policy at a book station changes over time.

At first book stations use their profits to give the station a solid financial basis.

This achieved a station will use its profits to extent the book station, and to provide additional services for the community: such as healthcare, education, arts.

Once a book station is fully extended, parts of the profits are used to help finance new book stations around the world.

Each craft, workshop and team at a book station keep some of their profit.

To find a satisfying balance between making profits, sharing profits and working with profit caps will be interesting.

Generally speaking, the success of a book station will be measured by the extent of positive ripple effects it has on the community and on other book stations, not by the amount of money it would otherwise hoard or worse speculate with.


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