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Market research for a cafe

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HK Style caf� Questionnaire Information A Hong Kong style caf� is a kind of caf� that is originated from Hong Kong as its name suggests, in the caf�, they provide all sort of food, from English to Chinese, so there is sandwiches, tea and coffee, rice, noodles, and maybe some steaks as well at a very low price. 1. If a HK style caf� is opened in Ripponden, would you like to go there? Yes No Maybe 2. How much would you expect to pay for a HK style meal (per person)? �5-10 �10-15 �15 or more 3. Would you prefer eating in or take away? Eat in Take away Depends 4. How often would you go out to the caf� for a meal in a month? Once Twice Three Times or more 5. What times would you go there, if you would like to? Breakfast Lunch Snack/Tea Dinner 6. If there is a bigger business in size, would you prefer a big one or a small one? ...read more.

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How often would you go out to the caf� for a meal in a month? Once 12 Twice 17 Three Times or more 1 5. What times would you go there, if you would like to? Breakfast 1 Lunch 12 Snack/Tea 2 Dinner 15 6. If there is a bigger business in size, would you prefer a big one or a small one? Big 5 Small 13 Both 12 7. How often do you go to a take away in a month? Once 21 Twice 7 Three Times or more 2 8. What kind of food would you expect in the caf�? Sandwich, Tea, Coffee 0 Same as the Peking Restaurant 5 English Food 2 Mixed 10 Other 13 --------------------------------Thank You for your help------------------------------------ There is 40% saying that they would go to the caf� and 33% said they would consider of going to the caf�, if half of them goes to the caf� then it would be about 51% and that is about half of them so it would be a good decision to set up a Hong Kong Style Caf�. ...read more.

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The other times would be closed for cleaning or preparation so I would save costs of opening the business with nobody in. Most people said they prefer small and big businesses so my business will have a very great chance of surviving in the local area of Ripponden. Because majority of people would go to small businesses. Most people would go to a take away once a month and much less would go for either twice or three times or more each month. So if I can win the support of people in the local area to go to my business I would get a lot of take away orders. 43% of the people thinks that it would be other types of food and it may a new one that they have never tried before. 33% of the people thinks that it would be mixed of English food, Chinese food in the peking restaurant and sandwiches, So I think this is a good chance to introduce some Hong Kong style food into the market and attract people's attention to try and would consider coming again for that particular type of food. ?? ?? ?? ?? Aaron Wong ...read more.

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