Future in Catering

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Project Proposal EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Objective
The objective of this business plan is to own and manage a small vintage style café / Restaurant with a warm and homely atmosphere. This business will then be taken to other parts of the city (e.g. Nottingham) keeping in mind the target audience. If the business is then at a later stage still successful I would then go on to branch out and create smaller stalls that focus on specific produce such as homemade cakes, smoothies and ice creams for quick and easy purchases for those who may stop by during there work breaks and mid day snacks.
Project ideas
Different shapes, colours and sizes of cups that can be brought in buy customer in trade of a free coffee- this not only helps with businesses utilities and lower cost of resources but also makes the customers feel more involved and more prone to visit the store.
Regulars having there personal cups- giving regulars there own cups lets them know that there not just a everyday customer to the business but makes them feel involved and wanted in the cafe/restaurant.
Fresh homemade edible produce such as cakes, sandwiches, cobs and croissants.
Depending on the business ratings and popularity, an open mic evening and acoustic players- this not only adds scheduled events to the business but may also draw in people who want to participate or sit and spectate which mean more customers.
All recourses required for a restaurant and cafe area such as cups (stated in the first idea), knife & fork, glasses will be brought in at random and placed on tables mixed and matched to add to the vintage theme.
Hand written check pads- checks will be placed on nails on the wall. again this will also help add to the vintage theme.
Loyalty cards are fun ways to attract customer to shop at my business- at the end of a customers loyalty card they will be offered to spend the loyalty card…...

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