Abhishek

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Marketing and finance * Task as presented
Innovative business plan for a restaurant with a financial budget of INR 2 crores

MARKETING

* Our solution
To open a restaurant for customers and to provide the best services
And create our restaurant brand image in whole of Bangalore
To expand our business within short period of time by opening same format of restaurant in different cities
To attract large number of people and gain customer loyalty

* Company profile * Restaurant name – hotel view restaurant * Company consist of 4 partners who like to invest on new restaurant * One of the partner gets land of 6000sq feet as its investment instead of cash and rest of the partners invest 2 crores in equity form * The profit of the partners are shared equally * Restaurant unique design will be the main attraction for customer to come in * Specialized in sea food * Open in outskirt of Bangalore near airport road

* Vision * To be famous in restaurant sector and to spread the business all over * Open the replicate the same restaurant in different cities * Future investment from investors who wants to open this franchise in India * To create strong finances structure of this company so its not effect by loss or any form of risk

* Mission * To provide most delicious, healthy & hygienic food to the customers and gain customer satisfaction for what they are paying for * To maximize our profit and expanding our business in short time * Attract large number for customers from different places * To give training to chef for standard food taste * To gain customer loyalty * Get A rating certificate

* Product description * Non veg (all kinds of non-veg dishes) * Special –sea food dishes prices…...

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