Membership products for sale online in Zambia

Fee that is paid to use a facility. It can be paid monthly, quarterly or yearly.
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Ideal for small and mid-size enterprises comfortable with self uploading and less than 100 products. Comes with training and virtual customer assistance.
InfoBwana Ltd
InfoBwana Ltd
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Best for large businesses that have over 100 products and a range of different services. Infobwana works with & supports Enterprise clients in order to optimise their online success. Infobwana will handle every bit of online sales, inventory and all your services while assisting your business with online payments.
InfoBwana Ltd
InfoBwana Ltd
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Suitable for businesses that provide up to 3 services/categories & have less than 50 products. Infobwana will provide training and support to guide you through the self-upload process.


Fee that is paid to use a facility. It can be paid monthly, quarterly or yearly.

Memberships are valid for the duration of the calendar year in which the initial application or renewal was submitted. A nonredeemable fee that is paid for a service or to use a facility. It can be paid monthly, quarterly or yearly.

Membership club means an organization, whether incorporated or not, which is the owner, lessee, or occupant of a building or portion thereof used exclusively for club purposes at all times, which is operated solely for a recreational, fraternal, social, patriotic, political, benevolent, or athletic purpose, but not for

If you are a life member of a club or organization, you have paid or been chosen to be a member for the rest of your life.

A Member Type is used to define a member's attributes, dues payment schedule, and expiration settings. If your organization has 5 types of members, you will want a member type configured for each of them. Examples of member types include Professional, Associate, Student, Organization, Lifetime, etc.

An associate member is a person who is a member of a club, organization etc. but has only partial rights and privileges or subordinate status.

Deciding what to charge for your membership is one of the most important decisions your organization can make. How do you strike a balance between ensuring that enough revenue comes in to cover all your operation costs, and charging your members a fair price for the value they’re receiving?

There are many factors to consider when setting up (or updating) your membership dues structure.

If you’re curious about the answers to the above questions, as well as other decisions you’ll need to make, read on to find out everything you need to know about membership dues.

Monthly, Annual, or Multi-Year Member Dues:


A lower monthly price tag makes members more likely to sign up

New members sign up with little hesitation, knowing that they can cancel at any time. It’s easy for members to switch tiers if they’d like more or less benefits You can analyse your renewal rates every month and see what is and what isn’t working for your members It’s easy to track monthly revenue

You make the most revenue because members pay the full price of membership

Some members don’t like the hassle of making monthly payments

It’s easy for members to leave at any point, so revenue is less predictable

If you’re managing payments manually, it can be challenging to track down every member’s payment


Many members like the convenience of paying once and forgetting about it for the next 12 months. Annual membership often comes with a discount, giving new members an incentive to sign up. Members are unlikely to drop off before their term is done


Many organizations are finding success in a multi-year dues option, where members can receive a discount when paying for three to five years at once. The pros and cons of this option are similar to the annual option: Paying once and forgetting about it is very convenient for members. Members have an opportunity to take advantage of significant savings. Members stay with your organization for multiple years, leading to a very healthy retention rate

When offering any kind of discount, you must always consider the overall impact to your bottom line. Too much of a deal, and you’re losing revenue; too little, and no one will bite. But if your organization can reasonably stand to lose a certain amount of money per member per year in the spirit of retaining them longer (or getting them to join in the first place), the benefits pretty drastically outweigh the costs. One other thing to note: paying for multiple year’s worth of dues all at once, even at a discount, may be difficult for some. Consider pairing this offer with a payment plan where members can commit to paying smaller monthly installments over the first year.