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I. Name of Business
A catchy business name can mean the difference between a successful
small business and one that has to work extra hard to gain attention.
Selecting an attention-grabbing name isn't always easy, however.
To accomplish this, we typically have to put in the place of potential
customers and figure out which type of name can help them remember and
trust. So we created a name that is not difficult to pronounce and easy to
remember. It is also a combined word of crepe and carbonara that resulted of
our business name which is Crepebonara.

Crepe is a type of very thin pancake, usually made from wheat flour or
buckwheat flour. The word is from French origin, deriving from the Latin word
crispa, meaning "curled".Carbonara is an Italian pasta dish from Rome based
on eggs, cheese, bacon, and black pepper. They both came from the
European recipe and they are good combination. This crepe will blow your
mind. It means you will taste and love chicken, pesto, cream sauce folded
into a tasty crepe

Our product has its new concept in snacks. It is available through food
carts or made to order, the delightful crepes provide a quick, filling and
healthy snack for people on the go. The crepebonara is prepared upon order
thus ensuring its freshness. We assure you that you will be satisfied with its
taste and guarantee you to go back and buy for another one.

II. Introduction

Today people are really fond of desserts. Desserts like ice cream and
cupcakes with different flavors. So we come up a different product, different
from what
they expected, combining a really different type of food, crepe and
carbonara pasta.

Common savory fillings for crepes served for lunch or dinner are
cheese, ham,
and eggs, ratatouille, mushrooms, artichoke in certain regions, and various
products. The fillings are commonly added to the center of the crepe and
served with the
edges partially folded over the center. And also crepes can be eaten as part
of breakfast
or as a dessert. They can be filled and topped with the various sweet
toppings, often
including Nutella spread, preserves, sugar, maple syrup, lemon juice,
whipped cream,
fruit spreads, custard, and sliced soft fruits or confiture.
Carbonara is a pasta dish originated from Rome. Cream is not common
Italian recipes but is often used elsewhere.
Carbonara pasta crepe is a combination of pasta and a very thin

Carbonara is made of cream, ground beef, ham, cheese, evaporated milk,

butter, cream
and fettuccini pasta. The combination of crepe and carbonara pasta is very
because the crepe is usually partnered by ice cream, fruits and syrup.

III. Marketing Strategies

1. How can we advertise our product?

We use the social networking sites and make our own website to
post our promos, ability and inform our customer to the product.

2. Who are suitable persons that can buy our product?

Our target market will be the students of Lyceum of the Philippines
University and other people inside the campus.
3. Where is the best place to sell the product?
Our place will be at LPU campus in which we feel that students are
enough to buy our product because it has an affordable on budget.

IV. Technical Study

4.1Ground Pork
4.2 Chicken Cubes
4.3 Nestle Cream
4.4 Evaporated Milk
4.5 Dairy Cream
4.6 Cheese
4.7 Ham
4.8 Onions
4.9 Crepe
4.10 Pasta (Fettucine)

How to make crepebonara?

1. First, add the oil and water in a casserole and when the water is boiling
add the pasta (fettucine). Wait until the pasta is cooked. Then, drain
water and set aside.

1. When the pan is heating, saut onion, with oil and butter.
2. Add the ground pork then cover for 5 minutes.
3. When the ground pork is already cooked, add the ham. Cover for 3
minutes. Then, mix, and then cover for 3 minutes again.
4. Put the nestle cream and mix again. Add the evaporated milk. Mix and
mix until it become sticky then add the chicken cubes. Cover for 2
minutes. Add grated cheese. Mix well until it became sticky. Then put a
little pepper to taste.

1. Heat the crepe a little and put in the plate. Arrange the pasta in the
middle then wrap like a burrito. Then serve while hot.



Unit Price

Total Cost

Pasta (Fettuccini)
Ground Pork

1/2 pack
1 can
1 kilo

P 100.00

P 50.00

Nestle Cream

1 pack



Evaporated Milk

1 can




1 sachet




1 box



Chicken Cubes
Olive Oil

1 pint
1 pc.
1 bottle
1 pack a dozen


P 466.93

Total Costs of
Direct Materials

V. Essential Properties

Gas stove
The need of fire to heat up the pan to cook the pasta, the
sauce and the crepe.

Heavy Pan
Used to cook the pasta of the carbonara.

Sauce Pan
It is where the ingredients will be mixed to
make the sauce for the carbonara.

Deep frying pan

Use a deep frying pan to combine the sauce,
pasta and the other ingredients to create the
carbonara also used the pan to cook the crepe.

Use the strainer to drain the water from the cooked pasta.

It is use to mix the pasta so that it will be
cooked fairly.

VI. Objective

1. Providing delectable snack to customers in a reasonable and affordable

price without compromising the food taste.
2. Establish quality product with the newly combined crepe and
carbonara pasta.
3. Create and establish market in which to have profit needed for the
expansion of our business.

Providing quality product and giving attention and focused on the taste
preference of the customers.
Improve and develop the special features which is involve the product
innovation and the taste preference by improving technology for our product.
And continuously giving satisfaction as imbued holistic vision and mission to
create customers satisfaction with our product.


VII. Implications

The product gets easily spoil and its span of life is so short.

Lack of ability to cook so much as not given by orders through

customers request.


Maintain the freshness of our raw materials in making the best serve
product on time of delivery.

We always give assurance for our materials in making best product.


VII. Acknowledgement
With deepest gratitude and appreciation, we would like to thank all the
people who helped us in making this business plan a possible one.

Our deepest thanks to our Professor, Bienvenido G. De Guzman Jr. who

shared and continuously sharing his knowledge to us and keeps on pushing
us to do better. We thank him for his patience during the times we that we
committed mistakes, and for motivating us to study harder to have a better

To our parents, for their love and support and for providing us all our
needs financially. For understanding us and for being there no matter what.

To all our colleagues, friends, and family for supporting us and never
giving up on us. For motivating us and for never letting us down.


Above all, to our Almighty God, for the never ending blessings He is
showering us each day of our lives. We thank him for giving us enough
knowledge to perform each task that is assigned to us. By His grace, we were
able to finish this task successfully.


IX. Definition of Terms

1. Catchy, instantly appealing and memorable.
2. Filling, a quantity of material that fills or is used to fill something.
3. Combination, a joining or merging of different parts or qualities in
which the component elements are individually distinct.
4. Fond, a joining or merging of different parts or qualities in which the
component elements are individually distinct.
5. Rare, (of an event, situation, or condition) not occurring very often
6. Crepe, a type of very thin pancake, usually made from wheat flour or
buckwheat flour. The word is of French origin, deriving from the Latin
crispa, meaning "curled".
7. Compromising, (of information or a situation) revealing an
embarrassing or incriminating secret about someone.


8. Quality, the standard of something as measured against other things of

a similar kind; the degree of excellence of something.
9. Quantity, the standard of something as measured against other things
of a similar kind; the degree of excellence of something.
Palate, a person's
appreciation of taste and flavor, especially when sophisticated and
Materials, the matter from
which a thing is or can be made.
Fettuccine, pasta made in ribbons.
Spoil, diminish or destroy the value or quality of.
Expensive, costing a lot of money.
Delectable, (of food or drink) delicious.
Satisfaction, fulfillment of one's wishes, expectations, or needs,
or the pleasure derived from this.
Affordable, inexpensive; reasonably priced.
Ingredients, any of the foods or substances that are combined to
make a particular dish.
Consumer, a person who purchases goods and services for
personal use.
Taste Preference, the sense by which the qualities and flavour of
a substance are distinguished by the taste buds.

X. Bibliography


A Business Plan
Presented to the
Faculty of the College Department


Lyceum of the Philippines University Manila

In Partial Fulfillment
Of the Requirements for the Bachelor of Science in International
Travel and Tourism Management
Presented by:
Concepcion, Ma. Angelica M.
Corpuz, Shella May P.
Delos Santos, Corinne Leigh P.
Dizon, Monina Anne S.
Duque, Catherine Jane N.
Facundo, Micah Dorine L.
Fuentes, Brennan Gabriel D.
Gamiten, Sophia Gabrielle
Guerrero, Maria Andreah Deniece T.
Gonzales, Princess Bea M

Submitted to:
Bienvenido G. De Guzman Jr., MBA

March, 2016