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Nursery Business Plan. I intend to employ on 3 to 4 employees along with my self and cater for approximately 12-20 kids once the business has established itself

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I have selected a nursery because there is high demand in the UK as well that there is a reasonable amount of profit SUMMARY PEOPLE I intend to employ on 3 to 4 employees along with my self and cater for approximately 12-20 kids once the business has established itself then I may decide to expand and cater for more children. THE PRODUCT I have selected a nursery because there is high demand in the UK as well that there is a reasonable amount of profit, which can be made if the business is planned out correctly. One of the main reasons why demand is so high is that more women then ever before are going to work, and therefore day nurseries provide a suitable environment for their children to be looked after in. THE MARKET ---------- One of the main reasons why demand is so high is that more women then ever before are going to work, and therefore day nurseries provide a suitable environment for their children to be looked after in. PRODUCTION Since my business is basically a service that is a day nursery hence there is no production involved it is the services, which I provide to my customers. I offer milk to the kids, if any of the kid needs milk I will be offering them, then there will be a rest room in which those kids who are tired can sleep in that room, the third service which I offer is playing, I will be having a room in which all the toys will be there all the kids can play there, my childminders will play with them, and the fourth service is giving the kids basic education. EXPECTED PROFIT For my business to be successful it is very important that it should make profit , so at the end of one year I will be making a profit of �2454 which shows that my business is going to do well, its just the starting as and when my nursery becomes popular among the people I thing it will be doing well and making more profit. ...read more.

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so that the customers do not have any problems, the third box includes the output that is the number of bookings I will be having in my nursery and then finding out how much profit is my nursery making which will show whether my nursery is doing well, if not then I have to find out what more can be done so that my nursery does well, the final box includes the outcome that is are the customers satisfied with the service which my nursery provides if not then have to make sure what all the customer wants and do accordingly. First Floor [IMAGE][IMAGE][IMAGE][IMAGE] Reception Receptionist Phone Bookings Arrival [IMAGE] Kitchen Second Floor [IMAGE][IMAGE]Room for 0-3 year kids Room for 3-5 year kids Room for break and lunch times First Floor: Office one: will be the main reception area where parents /guardians can come to drop and pick up their children. There will be a receptionist sitting in the reception and a phone will be kept so that she can make appointments with the parents for the bookings and also if any parent wants a prospectus or wants to ask any information they can ask from the receptionist. When the parents come to drop their kids they will drop them in the receptionist and one of the staff will be taking them to their rooms from their only. Furthermore there will be seats that parents can use to sit on if they wish to wait for a small period. There will be kitchen, which will be used by the staff. Second Floor: Will have a room for children aged 0-3 years old and the learning activities will take place in this area, it will also have room for children aged 3-5 years old and the learning activities will take place in this area. This will also have a room which will be the largest area in the premises and will be used for break and lunch times as well as there will be a small area where children can leave their coats and bags in the morning or lunch boxes. ...read more.

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Nevertheless, I can emphasise the fact that my businesses unique and demand levels are high. Finally I believe that I can go on to succeed with my business and possibly expand in the future. Alternatively if my market is declining then I may diversify into another market. MARKETING, PRODUCTION AND FINANCIAL ALTERNATIVES A1 I have described above the various techniques that I have adopted regarding my marketing production and finance apart from those mentioned above. Marketing I could have for my marketing research got more questionnaires filled which would have given me details in depth about my competitors and also whether there is a demand for my business. Production For my production, which is basically my services, which I offer to my customers, now I offer two services first one is to feed milk to the kids and the second one is to have a separate room for the kids where they can sleep. But other alternatives can be that I could have offered them a transport facility that is we could have picked and dropped their kids, which could have been an added value for my customers, another service can be that I could have offered snacks to the kids. Financial For the financial part the alternative can be now I have taken loan from the bank but instead I could have taken loan either from a family friend or a relative. This would have reduced the pressure of paying back the loan with interest on fixed intervals. If any problem occurred in my business then it would affect my whole business that is it will affect the marketing plan, production plan and also financial plan for which then I would be looking for alternatives to solve the problem and bring back things to normal again. BLOGRAPHY www.ealing.gov.uk www.busybee.com www.tinies.com www.dfes.gov.uk www.keynote.co.uk www.bradford.ac.uk www.ncma.org.uk www.tameside.gov.uk www.electronictimes.com www.ons.gov.uk www.isc.gov.uk www.londonwest.org.uk www.google.co.uk www.yahoo.co.uk www.adamsproperty.co.uk www.nannyjob.co.uk www.laingbusson.co.uk www.babysitter.co.uk www.statistics.gov.uk www.population-growth.co.uk www.aassoc.org.uk www.person.com Busy Bees Cr�che based in Hounslow Castle Estate Agents Early learning store Ealing Broadway Mention Books ...read more.

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