Brag Caf̩ And Restaurant Р5 Year Business Plan

Business environment

The report is a business plan that includes the new venture of a restaurant named, Brag café and restaurant. The vision of the venture is to set up a good café and restaurant that would have an ideal environment to spend time with friends and family. The venture is a joint venture and the aim of the venture is to create a place of hang out that will have quality environment as well as quality food.

The venture would include the mission to have huge amount of patent customers and the company intends to serve the customers with best food and best service. The mission of the company is make the venture a successful one and to make maximum amount of revenue.

The goal of the company is to become a leading and most famous restaurant and café in UK. The venture is initially launched in the suburb area of UK. The goal of the company is to launch the restaurant in other parts of the country.

The products of the venture are good food and good environment. The food includes various cuisines; more concentration is laid on the cuisine of UK. The restaurant plans to have a stage that will be utilized to have regular performances by the artists. It would have also had different sports activity like pool, billiards where the clients would feel relaxed.

The business requires a little high investment in the beginning. It requires huge investment to set up one branch. The area in which the investment is required is the investment in setting up the shop that is in the place where the shop is intended to launch. The other investment are planned for the equipments that are required for the venture that is the tables, chairs, the maintenance of the staffs, the annual tax, the investment required to purchase the raw materials and similar other requirements (Krishna, 2014).

The strength of the company is that it has the unique concept of having restaurant as well as the café. It has a place that is made for the amusement of the customers which is a unique idea.

The weakness of the company is that it is located in the highway near the suburb. The company has no branch for which it might not have huge profit in the beginning.

The company is located in the highway which has the opportunity to attract many flying customers.

Vision, mission and goal

The biggest threat of the company is it has many competitors. There are many restaurants and cafés in the same area (Truc, 2017).

The restaurant has planned to recruit highly skilled chef, the executive manager and it has planned to equip the restaurant with well designed interior. The restaurant has planned to have peaceful premises having the facility of different forms of entertainment like sports and music.

The restaurant has planned to register itself in different food apps where the customers can book the table or order online food from the restaurant through the app. It plans for a digital progress.

The restaurant would have trade license that would enable the company to do business in a legal way. The logo of the company should be registered under the trademark so that it cannot be copied by other company. It should be renewed every year (Ketchum, 2016).

The company aims at bringing a new and innovative concept of café and restaurant. The goal of the company is to attract maximum crowd and make the concept famous. The ultimate goal of the company is to make huge profit from the new venture and create milestones.

  The company intends to have an effective advertisement plan. The advertisement would include the advertisement would be done in the social media, newspapers and hoardings. Apart from this it would include the promotional offers that the clients would enjoy. These are the marketing strategies that would attract maximum amount of clients to the restaurant (Hermann, 2015).

In order to increase the sales of the company, it has to promote the products more and it has to concentrate on the quality of the product. Apart from this it has to plan for additional discounts to the customers (Sharafutdinova, 2016).

In order to manage the customers the company should customize their product. They plan to offer variety of choice in the cuisines. The café would have attractive choice of beverages that would majorly attract the college students. The usual cuisine would not attract customers. This is the reason the restaurant and the café plans to have cuisine of different choices.

The restaurant plans to keep the cost of the food low and medium so that it can be afforded by all types of people. It can be afforded by the people who are working and as well as by the students (Roundy, 2017).

The business strategy would include strategic market entry into this industry by bringing an innovative plan of café and restaurant. The company plans to have a different area of café and a different area of restaurant within the same premises. The business strategy of the restaurant includes having variety of cuisine at affordable price. It would include a planned pricing strategy, product strategy and innovative strategies that would make the company popular (Burns, 2016).

Products and services

Restaurant and café industry has remained a popular industry. This has become a trendy industry and it intends to be more famous and popular with the passing years. In the busy world every individual intends to spend some quality time with their family. There has been an increase in the number of working women as a result they don’t get time to cook food at their homes. This is the reason the restaurants are in great demand. Brag restaurant and café plans to make every evening of their clients special and memorable (Lee, Sardeshmukh & Hallak, 2016).

The restaurant intends to target the working people, the entire family and the students. In the busy world the family members do not get enough time to spend with each other this is the reason they intend to go to restaurant and intend to spend quality time with their family. The students find for some places to hang out. The restaurant intends to target them (Burns, 2017).

The restaurant plans to open the first branch in the Dudley area of Midland town. There are many such cafes and restaurant that has the same concept. In order to face the competition, the company has to maintain the quality and the service (Miles et al. 2016).

There are five forces that can be included in the analysis of the restaurant:

a). competitive rivalry

There is a chance that the company will face high competition as there are many restaurants and cafés in the nearby area as it is one of the most growing and the trendiest industry.

b). bargaining power of the customers

The buyers have many choices of restaurant and cafes therefore if they do not get good offers and good quality and service they can shift their choice to some other restaurants.

c). bargaining power of the suppliers

the weak bargaining of the suppliers are based on the large number of suppliers, low forward vertical integration and high overall supply.

d). threat of substitution

this includes the substitute choice that the clients can have. There are many restaurants who have fine dining, fine café area with some good music and place to have fun and enjoy with friends and family (ollins et al., 2016).

e). threat of new entrants

the new entry can impact the market share of brag restaurant and café. The restaurant with similar concept and better service can take away the potential customers of the company (Lee, Hallak & Sardeshmukh, 2016).

Particulars

Amount

Residual Value

Non-Current Assets:

Trademark

500000

0

Patent

750000

0

Property,Plant & Equipment

1500000

450000

Furniture & Fittings

100000

15000

Motor Vehicle

1500000

600000

Computer Equipment

1500000

0

Preliminary Expenses:

Business Registration

100000

License Fees

150000

Deposit for Electricity

100000

100000

Deposit for Telephone & Internet

50000

50000

Recruitment Cost

30000

Share Issuance Cost

35000

Bond Issuance Cost

20000

Other Miscellaneous Expenses

75000

Working Capital:

Purchase of Raw Material

30000000

Wages & Salaries

20000000

Manufacturing Overhead

13000000

Selling & Marketing Expenses

690000

General Administrative Expenses

293250

63983250

TOTAL START UP COST

70393250

Capital Funding:

Equity Capital

31676963

5 yrs. Bond

23229773

Loan From Bank

15486515

TOTAL CAPITAL EMPLOYED

70393250

Figure 1:  estimated budget for start-up

Source: created by author

The total start-up cost is expected to be 8,48,38,250, which can be considered as huge amount for the business.

Net Profit before Tax

$6,110,617

$7,409,317

$8,822,867

$10,363,712

$12,045,348

Income Tax Expenses

($1,833,185)

($2,222,795)

($2,646,860)

($3,109,114)

($3,613,605)

Net Profit after Tax

$4,277,432

$5,186,522

$6,176,007

$7,254,599

$8,431,744

Gross Profit Margin

28.57%

28.57%

28.57%

28.57%

28.57%

Net Profit Margin

3.06%

3.38%

3.67%

3.93%

4.16%

Return on Equity

11.20%

13.59%

16.18%

19.00%

22.09%

Figure 2: profit and loss forecast

Source: created by author

The net profit and equity is higher as shown in the table. Therefore the start up is expected to have good amount of profit from the business.

Particulars

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Cash Flow from Operating Activities:

Cash Sales

$56,000,000

$59,983,000

$64,249,291

$68,819,022

$73,713,775

Collection from Debtors

$77,000,000

$89,476,625

$95,840,650

$102,657,316

$109,958,818

Cash Purchase

($24,000,000)

($25,707,000)

($27,535,410)

($29,493,866)

($31,591,618)

Payment to Suppliers

($30,000,000)

($38,133,750)

($40,846,013)

($43,751,186)

($46,862,989)

Direct Labor Cost

($36,666,667)

($42,607,917)

($45,638,405)

($48,884,436)

($52,361,342)

Manufacturing Expenses

($26,000,000)

($27,849,250)

($29,830,028)

($31,951,689)

($34,224,252)

Insurance

($12,000)

($12,300)

($12,608)

($12,923)

($13,246)

Rates & Taxes

($6,500)

($6,663)

($6,829)

($7,000)

($7,175)

Salary of Office Staffs

($91,667)

($102,292)

($104,849)

($107,470)

($110,157)

Cleaning Charges

($5,000)

($5,125)

($5,253)

($5,384)

($5,519)

Electricity for Office

($13,750)

($15,344)

($15,727)

($16,121)

($16,524)

Telephone & Internet

($7,333)

($8,183)

($8,388)

($8,598)

($8,813)

Salary of Marketing Staffs

($137,500)

($153,438)

($157,273)

($161,205)

($165,235)

Sales Commissions @1.5% on Sales

($700,000)

($749,788)

($803,116)

($860,238)

($921,422)

Travelling charges @2% on Sales

($350,000)

($374,894)

($401,558)

($430,119)

($460,711)

Income Tax Expenses

($2,617,859)

($2,905,216)

($3,210,585)

($3,535,553)

($3,881,783)

Cash Inflow/(Outflow) from Operating Activities

$12,391,724

$10,828,467

$11,513,898

$12,250,550

$13,041,808

Cash Flow from Investing Activities:

Purchase of Non-Current Assets

($5,850,000)

Preliminary Expenses

($560,000)

Sale of Assets

$1,065,000

Return on Deposits

$150,000

Cash Inflow/(Outflow) from Investing Activities

($6,410,000)

$0

$0

$0

$1,215,000

Cash Flow from Financing Activities:

Share Issue

$31,676,963

Bonds Issue

$23,229,773

Loan From Bank

$15,486,515

Interest Payment

($3,097,303)

($3,097,303)

($3,097,303)

($3,097,303)

($3,097,303)

Dividend Payment

($2,137,918)

($2,372,593)

($2,621,978)

($2,887,369)

($3,170,123)

Repayment of Bond

($23,229,773)

Repayment of Loan from Bank

($15,486,515)

Cash Inflow/(Outflow) from Financing Activities

$65,158,029

($5,469,896)

($5,719,281)

($5,984,672)

($44,983,713)

Net Cash Increase/(Decrease) for the period

$71,139,753

$5,358,571

$5,794,617

$6,265,879

($30,726,905)

Add: Opening Cash Balance

$0

$71,139,753

$76,498,324

$82,292,941

$88,558,820

Closing Cash Balance

$71,139,753

$76,498,324

$82,292,941

$88,558,820

$57,831,915

Figure 3: cash-flow statement

Source: created by author

Particulars

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Selling Price per unit

$3,500

$3,588

$3,677

$3,769

$3,863

Variable Expenses per unit:

Raw Material

($1,500)

($1,538)

($1,576)

($1,615)

($1,656)

Direct Labor Cost

($1,000)

($1,025)

($1,051)

($1,077)

($1,104)

Variable Manufacturing Overhead

($650)

($666)

($683)

($700)

($717)

Sales Commission

($18)

($18)

($18)

($19)

($19)

Travelling Expenses

($26)

($27)

($28)

($28)

($29)

Toatl Variable Costs per Unit

($3,194)

($3,274)

($3,355)

($3,439)

($3,525)

Contribution Margin

$306

$314

$322

$330

$338

Fixed Costs:

Depreciation on Property,Plant & Equipment

$210,000

$210,000

$210,000

$210,000

$210,000

Depreciation on Furniture & Fixtures

$10,000

$9,000

$8,100

$7,290

$6,561

Depreciation on Computer Equipment

$180,000

$158,400

$139,392

$122,665

$107,945

Amortization of Patent

$100,000

$100,000

$100,000

$100,000

$100,000

Amortization of Trademark

$150,000

$150,000

$150,000

$150,000

$150,000

Insurance

$12,000

$12,300

$12,608

$12,923

$13,246

Rates & Taxes

$6,500

$6,663

$6,829

$7,000

$7,175

Salary of Office Staffs

$100,000

$102,500

$105,063

$107,689

$110,381

Cleaning Charges

$5,000

$5,125

$5,253

$5,384

$5,519

Electricity for Office

$15,000

$15,375

$15,759

$16,153

$16,557

Telephone & Internet

$8,000

$8,200

$8,405

$8,615

$8,831

Interest on Bond

$1,626,084

$1,626,084

$1,626,084

$1,626,084

$1,626,084

Interest on Loan From Bank

$1,471,219

$1,471,219

$1,471,219

$1,471,219

$1,471,219

Depreciation on Motor Vehicle

$1,626,084

$1,626,084

$1,626,084

$1,626,084

$1,626,084

Salary of Marketing Staffs

$1,471,219

$1,471,219

$1,471,219

$1,471,219

$1,471,219

Total Fixed Costs

$6,991,106

$6,972,169

$6,956,015

$6,942,325

$6,930,821

Break-Even in Units

22828

22211

21619

21050

20503

Break-Even in Dollars

$79,898,354

$79,681,926

$79,497,309

$79,340,862

$79,209,380

Figure 4: balance sheet forecast

Source: created by author

Particulars

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Selling Price per unit

$3,500

$3,588

$3,677

$3,769

$3,863

Variable Expenses per unit:

Raw Material

($1,500)

($1,538)

($1,576)

($1,615)

($1,656)

Direct Labor Cost

($1,000)

($1,025)

($1,051)

($1,077)

($1,104)

Variable Manufacturing Overhead

($650)

($666)

($683)

($700)

($717)

Sales Commission

($18)

($18)

($18)

($19)

($19)

Travelling Expenses

($26)

($27)

($28)

($28)

($29)

Toatl Variable Costs per Unit

($3,194)

($3,274)

($3,355)

($3,439)

($3,525)

Contribution Margin

$306

$314

$322

$330

$338

Fixed Costs:

Depreciation on Property,Plant & Equipment

$210,000

$210,000

$210,000

$210,000

$210,000

Depreciation on Furniture & Fixtures

$10,000

$9,000

$8,100

$7,290

$6,561

Depreciation on Computer Equipment

$180,000

$158,400

$139,392

$122,665

$107,945

Amortization of Patent

$100,000

$100,000

$100,000

$100,000

$100,000

Amortization of Trademark

$150,000

$150,000

$150,000

$150,000

$150,000

Insurance

$12,000

$12,300

$12,608

$12,923

$13,246

Rates & Taxes

$6,500

$6,663

$6,829

$7,000

$7,175

Salary of Office Staffs

$100,000

$102,500

$105,063

$107,689

$110,381

Cleaning Charges

$5,000

$5,125

$5,253

$5,384

$5,519

Electricity for Office

$15,000

$15,375

$15,759

$16,153

$16,557

Telephone & Internet

$8,000

$8,200

$8,405

$8,615

$8,831

Interest on Bond

$1,626,084

$1,626,084

$1,626,084

$1,626,084

$1,626,084

Interest on Loan From Bank

$1,471,219

$1,471,219

$1,471,219

$1,471,219

$1,471,219

Depreciation on Motor Vehicle

$1,626,084

$1,626,084

$1,626,084

$1,626,084

$1,626,084

Salary of Marketing Staffs

$1,471,219

$1,471,219

$1,471,219

$1,471,219

$1,471,219

Total Fixed Costs

$6,991,106

$6,972,169

$6,956,015

$6,942,325

$6,930,821

Break-Even in Units

22828

22211

21619

21050

20503

Break-Even in Dollars

$79,898,354

$79,681,926

$79,497,309

$79,340,862

$79,209,380

Table 5: break-even analysis

Source: created by author

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