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Method Used to Work Out Cash Flow receipts As I had limited resources it was quite hard to figure out the receipts, here is how I did it: The membership receipts were forecasted according to the firm's objective of attracting at least five members per month. Membership per month is �25, not too high not to low and affordable price for business men as they are they only ones that become member, as my questionnaire states no students were interested in membership system. First month was five multiplied by twenty five. Second month was calculated by five multiplied by twenty five plus the first months revenue third five multiplied by twenty five plus second moths revenue and so on. ...read more.


said for 2-3 hours and 9(15%) for more then 3 hours. I implied these percentages to the estimated number of peopling using the service each month. Working out for January Estimated customers per week are 30, few less then cyberia's information. * 13.3% of the 30 will use the service for 30 minutes which is 3 people. * 16.7% of the 30 will use the service for 1 hour which is 5 people * 33.3% of the 30 will use the service for 1-2 hours which is 9 people * 21.7% of the 30 will use the service for 2-3 hours which is 7 people * 15% of the 30 will use the service for 3 + hours which is 4 people Multiplied all the number of people for each time period by six as open six days a week. ...read more.


business men are accompanied by there children occasional according to my questionnaire. So all I did was halfed the internet usage revenue and took off a bit more and put that as the play station to sales revenue for each month. This is not that accurate, however it is the only data I can go by its better then wild guess. Food and drink was based upon a quote given to me by a worker at Cyberia. This is using past data to predict future which is know to us as extrapolation. The revenue generated from the fax machine is going to be fairly small and again it s quoted to me by a worker at Cyberia. The capital introduced was from my own saving, which I had saved up for this business. ...read more.

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