Project Feasibility Study Essay

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Fawaq International School
Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Project Feasibility Study

In partial fulfillment of the requirements in
Technology and Livelihood Ecucation (TLE) IV

Submitted by:
Danielle Aimee Salaya Catapang
IV – Universe

Submitted to:
Ms. Herna S. Bautista
TLE Teacher

March 09, 2011
Project Feasibility Study

* I. Introduction

A. Name of Business The name of the café is HotSpot.
B. Type of Business
The type of this business is Individual Proprietorship. This type of business entity is owned and run by an individual. In this type, there is no legal distinction between the owner and the business. Since this is the simplest among all the types of business, I chose to run this type.
C.
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Table 1. Machines Machines | Quantity | Total Cost | Coffee machine | 2 | SAR 10 000 | Refrigerator | 1 | SAR 5 000 | Freezer | 1 | SAR 5 000 | Conventional oven | 2 | SAR 5 000 | Sound system | 1 | SAR 5 000 | Wireless broadband | 1 | SAR 2 000 | | | Total: SAR 32 000 |

Table 2. Employees Employees | Salary | Chef | SAR 2 000 | Cashier | SAR 1 500 | Waiter | SAR 1 500 | Janitor | SAR 1 000 | | Total: SAR 6 000 |

IV. Business Organization and Staffing

A. Organization Chart Owner

Finance Manager General Manager

Cashier Janitor Chef Waiter

B. Functions 1. Owner. responsible for hiring employees and maintaining the establishment

2. General Manager. responsible for all operations of the establishment

3. Finance Manager. responsible for managing the accounts of the establishment

4. Cashier. responsible for receiving payments

5. Chef. responsible for food preparation and cooking

6. Waiter. responsible for serving food

7. Janitor. responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of the establishment

C. Form of Business
The form of business that will be used is individual proprietorship Advantages * Can be easily started * Doesn’t need contracts and other legal documents * Doesn’t require large amount of money * Can be easily closed once it fails * Owner is free to make decisions * Plans, profits, and the like can be kept as

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