Business Essay

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Prepare a Small Business along with a colleague.CONTENTSBUSINESS PLAN1.0 INTRODUCTION1.1 SALIENT FEATURES OF BUSINESS PLAN1.2 MISSION STATEMENT1.3 OBJECTIVES1.4 MARKETING AND SALES STRATEGY1.5 PROMOTERS1.6 ESTIMATED INCOME GAINED IN THE FIRST YEAR2.0 DECOR AND FURNITURE2.1 UNIFORMS3.0 EQUIPMENTS REQUIRED3.1 OTHER SERVICES4.0 STAFFING4.1 MANAGEMENT SUMMARY5.0 RENT FOR THE SHOP5.1 SALARY STRUCTURE6.0 FINANCIAL STATEMENT6.1 TRADING AND PROFIT & LOSS ACCOUNT6.2 BALANCE SHEET6.3 CASH FLOW STATEMENT6.4 FUND FLOW STATEMENT7.0 APPENDIX7.1 LIST OF APPROVALS7.2 MENU OF THE CAFÉ7.3 LIST OF DAILY INDENT SHEET8.0 CURRICULUM VITAEBUSINESS PLAN1.0 INTRODUCTION:Today people are willing to experiment and try out new eatery places, since there is so much scope in this business; two Hospitality Management Graduates have laid out a business plan for a "Dessert Café". The café will specializes in different varieties of desserts as well as savories, coffee, tea and cold beverages. The following are the salient features of this business plan.1.1 SALIENT FEATURES OF THE BUSINESS PLAN:The partners are aiming at setting up a dessert café, under the name of "Indulgence" at Sector 17, Vashi, Navi Mumbai. The café will be situated in the heart of shopping street of Vashi. This area is chosen because it is crowded all throughout the day. This café would be catering to all the age groups, and also it would be one of its kinds, as it has no competitors in the suburb. It will mainly be attracting the youth, as it is a hangout place, where one can just come, relax and sip a cup of coffee along with the desserts and savories that the café offers. The café is mainly targeting the youth studying in the nearby colleges, like, the ICL College, Modern College, Sainath College, Father Agnel College and Andrews College. There are also a lot of schools situated in the nearby by vicinity. Most of the clientele expected are students. Therefore the entire décor, food and ambience are planned keeping these considerations into mind. Now days the standard of living has risen considerably, the expectation and the standards of eating out have also risen, so therefore there are more chances of such outlets running successfully. People want to try out new places and experiment with the various dinning concepts being brought in by the hoteliers and caterers.The shop obtained for the café will be leased at the Arenja Corner in sector 17, Vashi. The total area of the shop would be 4000sq.ft, which includes the kitchen (with the bakery and confectionery), the storeroom, the front area (where the cooling machine, tea and coffee vending machine will be placed), and the seating area for the guest. It will have a total seating capacity of 24 pax. The timings of the café would be from 11 am to 11pm.1.2 MISSION STATEMENTBeing one of its kinds, the café promises to serve fresh products to customers at any given time.1.3...

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