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Sales forecast

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Sales forecast When deciding on our sales forecast for our car valeting business and car sales business we have based the figures on the previous two years business also keeping in mind that we are growing rapidly. In the following forecast you will see a considerable drop in business during month four. This we have identified is due to people going away from London for Easter holidays as well as it tend to be a rainy season. However there is a significant increase in month five this is mainly because the new number plates come out in this month, and thus car sales boom. People with new cars pay more attention to keeping their car looking good initially hence a increase in business during this month. ...read more.

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and other sources 75 Total sold 450 units �18 000 Total sales revenue for month 1 �65 200 Month -2 We have calculated that sales revenue from car valeting and sales will remain as same as month one during this month Valeting product Sales to BP 500 units Sales to other car valeting services 150 units Sales through other outlets and other sources 90 units Total units sold 740 � 29 600 Total sales revenue for month 2 = � 76 800 Month 3 Car valeting; 18 cars per week day = 90 20 per weekend day = 40 Total cars valeted = 130 per week Total sales revenue for valeting = � 36 400 Cars sold during this month= 15 Total revenue from car sales = � 22500 Valeting products; Sales to BP = 750 units Car valeters =180 ...read more.

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day= 50 Cars valeted per week= 150 Total revenue from car valeting = �42 000 Cars sold= 5 Sales revenue from car sales =� 7500 Valeting products; During this month we are projecting the business on product sales to remain as same as month 4 Total sales revenue for month 5 -�93 324 Month 6 Car valeting; 15 cars valeted per week day= 75 25 cars valeted per weekend day= 50 Total cars valeted per week = 125 Sales revenue from car valeting for the month =�35 000 Cars sold = 8 Revenue from car sales = � 12000 Valeting products; Units sold to BP=750 Units sold to car valeters= 259 Units sold through other outlets and sources=156 Total units sold for the month = 1165 Sales revenue for valeting products= �46 589 Sales revenue for the month= �93 589 ...read more.

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