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Would the opening of a new fast food restaurant in Sandhurstrepresent a sound business proposition?-

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Louise Forbes Would the opening of a new fast food restaurant in Sandhurst represent a sound business proposition?-Yr 10 Business Studies Coursework Task 1 A sound business proposition is where there is a gap in the market to fill e.g. no clothes shops in Sandhurst. It is a legitimate (justifiable) proposal. It has to be a good idea- inventive, new, catchy and a profitable idea e.g. Dominoes. There has to be a high demand for that business to be profitable. It needs staff that are willing to work suitable hours. A good market share would help because then the business would be getting a good amount of sales compared to other businesses in the market. Bracknell Forest has a population of 109,606 people with approximately 25,000 of those people living in Sandhurst. It is a small commuter town about 30 miles from London. The town exists because it's an overflow from London. There are a few businesses in Sandhurst the only primary industries are small farms and very few of them. There are little or no secondary industries possibly a factory or two. There are lots of tertiary Industries - almost all of Sandhurst is tertiary. ...read more.

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This shows that it might be a nice idea to make a healthier fast food place in Sandhurst so you can get more customers increasing the profit. According to the results 85% (most) people use fast food restaurants already in Sandhurst and only 15% don't. So opening a new fast food restaurant in Sandhurst would gain customers. Although according to the results only 30% (least) think Sandhurst is the best place to put a new fast food restaurant and 70% (most) don't. So Sandhurst may not be the best place to put a fast food restaurant. According to the results 45% (most) use delivery fast food restaurants, 25% people use take-away and 15% use drive through and eat in. This shows that most people use delivery so a new fast food restaurant would be most popular if it delivered. The reasons given to why people didn't want a new fast food restaurant to be opened in Sandhurst are... "There are already too many in Sandhurst and they are all on the same street" "Sandhurst is only a small town and it doesn't need to be filled with the same thing" "They take up too much space" "It's not healthy" "It's promoting unhealthy eating" "For a business proposition Sandhurst has plenty" "It won't make as ...read more.

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There is no competition nearby so you won't have to compete. Although it might be quite costly because it's a big space of land, there is already something there now so we would have to buy them out. Here is a map of where I would like to place a new fast food restaurant. Price At the start I will price my food based on penetration pricing-pricing it low at the start attracting customers and then bringing them up after a month or two. After a month I will base my prices on the market and its characteristics. If I need to get rid of stock then I will give discounts, special offers and sales. I may have to offer loss leaders- which the products are priced so cheaply that the retailer makes no profit but they attract customers to the restaurant which could make them buy other products in the restaurant. I might increase my prices in the customers are prepared to pay more. To get my average cost for a meal. I will price it so that it will cover all the costs for it and add a percentage profit margin to make a profit. If any competition is under cutting us we will have to base the prices on the competition and under cut them to get the customers back. ...read more.

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