Personalize Coffee Chris Mamone Stephen Dvorchak Tabitha Herbert Tommy Petramalo BUSA 201 6:00-9:30PM Oct. 22, 2007 “Taking Coffee to the Next Level” Financial Resources Instead of taking out loans, each of the four start up investors would provide $65,000 through their own means.
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BUSA 201 6:00-9:30PM
Oct. 22, 2007
“Taking Coffee to the Next Level”
We are basing our numbers on the following estimates per business day:
-250-400 coffees sold slightly above the average at $3.75
-10 Teas sold at $0.90
-40 Candy Bars sold at $1.50
-15 bags of chips sold at $0.70
-50 Juices/Sodas sold at $1.30
-50 Cookies sold at $1.00
-50 Muffins sold at $1.00
The projected total revenue for twelve months is $1,751,361.00 while our total cost of sales is $1,194,063.00 leaving us with a gross profit of $557,298.00. Then we further our projection by taking into account all expenses which total $477,882.00 leaving us with a net profit of $79,416.00.
All startup costs will be covered in about 3.2 years, figuring the net profit stays the same.