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ARTICLES OF PARTNERSHIP

OF

Nature Bag__

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:

The undersigned partners, all of legal ages, and residents of the Philippines, have on

this day, covenanted to establish a partnership, in accordance with the laws of the Republic of

the Philippines.

AND WE HEREBY CERTIFY

ARTICLE I: That the name of the partnership shall be:

Nature Bag Company_

ARTICLE II: That the place where the principal office of the partnership shall be located
at Sm SuperCenter Valenzuela, Karuhatan Valenzuela City

ARTICLE III: That the names, citizenship and residence of the partners are as follows:

Names Citizenship Residence

Bustos,Jolina R. Filipino 981 A de Castro St. Malinta Valenzuela

City

Bulay, Jessica C. Filipino Mapulang Lupa Valenzuela City


ARTICLE IV: That the term for which said partnership is to exist is _five (5) years from
the original recording of the said partnership by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

ARTICLE V: That the purposes for which this partnership is established are as follows:
to engage in the business of selling food and beverage in the retail basis.

ARTICLE VI: That the capital of this partnership shall be _Four hundred thousand
Pesos_ (_Php 400,000.00_), Philippine Currency contributed in cash by the partners as follows:

Name of Partner Amount Contribution

_Bustos, Jolina R.. Php 250,000.00_

Bulay, Jessica C. Php 250,000.00_

TOTAL: Php 500,000.00

That no transfer which will reduce the ownership of Filipino citizens to less than the required

percentage of capital shall be recorded in the proper books of the partnership;

ARTICLE VII: That the profits and losses shall be divided pro-rata among the partners;

ARTICLE VIII: That the firm shall be under the management of _Ms Jessica Bulay as

Administrative and as such she shall have charge of the management of the affairs of the

partnership.
ACKNOWLEDGMENT

Republic of the Philippines )

S.S.

___________________________ )

BEFORE ME, a Notary Public in and for ______________________ Philippines,

this __________ day of ________________, 2014 personally appereared;

Name Community tax Certificate Date & Place Issued

Bustos, Jolina R.

Bulay, Jessica C.

All known to me and to me known to be the same persons who executed the Articles of
Partnership and they acknowledged to me that the same is their fee and voluntarily act
and deed.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my notary


seal on the date and the place first above written.

Doc. No.
Page No.
Book No.
Series of 201___
ARTICLE IX: That the partners undertake to change the name of the partnership immediately
upon receipt of notice or directive from the Securities and Exchange Commission that another
partnership, corporation or person has acquired a prior right to the use of that name or that the
name has been declared misleading, deceptive, confusingly similar to a registered name, or
contrary to public morals, good customs or public policy.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, We have hereunto set our hands this _26_ day of _May_,

2015__ at __Valenzuela City__, Philippines.

Bustos, Jolina R._ _____________________

TIN TIN

Bulay, Jessica C. _____________________

TIN TIN

WITNESSES:

__________________________ __________________________
(All partners appearing on the article three and two witnesses should affix their signatures on

the blanks provided in this page above their respective names.)


FEASIBITLITY STUDY
BOLA DE PATATA

Submitted by: Janneth May O. Buen

Christian Paul Fungo


TABLE OF CONTENTS

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

EXECUTIVE SUMMARYI

CHAPTER

I. INTRODUCTION
Background of the study1
History........2
Contextual environment of the project5
Needs giving rise to the projects..6
Project rationale...10
Area Profile...10
Vicinity map.11
Logo....11

II. ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT


Organization structure12
Management and Organizational chart with functions12
Human resource.13
Duties and Responsibilities
Manager13
Vendor15
Cook16

Job requirements
Vendor16
Cook19

Policies and procedure..20


Ethical standards25
Hiring process.26
Termination.28
Violations.28
Sanctions.30
Wages and benefits of cash workers.31
Holidays...32
Legal requirements32
Uniform45

III. MARKETING ASPECT


Marketing objectives.46
Demographic profile..47
Historical demand and supply analysis.57

4PS (Product, Price, Place and Promotion)


Product...58
Price62
Place64
Promotion..65

SWOT Analysis68

IV. TECHNICAL ASPECT


Machineries and Equipment72
Furniture and Fixture..77
Office Supplies...78
Supplies79
Materials...81
Articles of Partnership86
Production Process90
Gantt chart93

V. FINANCIAL ASPECT
Total projected cost95
Source of financing96
Schedule of sales97
Schedule of goods sold.98
Organizational cost99
Advertising expense100
Utilities..100
Office supply expense101
Supplies.101
Machineries and equipment expense.102
Furniture and fixture expense103
Rent expense.105
Gas expense.105
13th month pay..106
SSS.106
Phil,Health.106
Pag-ibig..107
Salaries of employees....107
Petty cash..108
Income statement.109

VI. SOCIO ECONOMIC ASPECT


Community111
Government...111
Economy112
Environment..112

Curriculum Vitae..113

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The feasibility study will be never possible if it was not for the people behind us without

guided and supported us all the way to the journey.

To our parents and families who never get try of providing is the things that we need for

consideration and love.

To our adviser/dean also Miss Anna Liza Collado for the words of wisdom and to

encouraging us to become stronger despite of all the challenges for believing in our capabilities

and abilities as students and for loving us and treating us as if we are her own children. And

convey her knowledge and for dedication to teach all the lessons and for the patience they she

put us to be able on the right track.

To all faculty members who helped us to gained us to our knowledge from each lessons

what is useful for us in the near future.

To Miss Eliza Macalinao for showing us that each and every one of us has their own

personality that can shine among the rest , for showing us the reality of life and for being one of

those people that we will look up too someday.


To all BSBA classmates, friends and schoolmates inside and out of school who never

failed to make us smile, cry, and laugh and sharing good memories that we will be cherish for a

lifetime in our college life.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

I. COMPANY NAME

BOLA DE PATATA organization chart is the flow where the policies, rule authority

command and decision making came from the owner or manager down to the employees.

BOLA DE PATATA is also our logo. It represent what kind of product we offer. This

emphasizes that our product is made up and fillings of meat, bacon, ham, and corn beef.

II. NATURE OF BUSINESS

Vision

Achieve our goals to improving health to the society by being dedicated to develop Fried

Mashed Potato Balls that will be suit in the local Filipino taste.

Mission
To provide an affordable Fried Mashed Potato Balls that will be satisfy every Filipino.

Also, to provide them with the freshest and good quality taste of Fried Mashed Potato Balls at

the reasonable price that they will be buy and keep on buying.

III. COMPANY VALUES

1. Be Trustful- They recognized customer wants to do a business. Trust, defined as

assured reliance on the character, ability, strength, and truth of a business.

2. Keep an Open minded- the leader of an organization must be open to new ideas. Need

to ask for the opinions and feedback from both customers and team members, so that

the company will continue to grow.

3. Meet Obligation- do everything in your power to gain the trust of past customers and

clients. Reclaim any lost business by honoring all commitments and obligations.

4. Clear Documents- Re-evaluate all prints materials including small business,

advertising, broachers, and other business documents making. Must, importantly, make

sure that they do not misrepresent or misinterpret.

5. Become Community Involved- Remain involved in community related issues and

activities. Thereby, your business is a responsible community contributor in other words.

Be involved!

6. Accounting Control- Gaining control of accounting and record keeping allows you to

end any dubious activities promptly.


IV. CAPITALIZATION

Based on the total projected cost our business BOLA DE PATATA in amount of five

thousand pesos (500,000.00Php) to put up this kind of business. As this business is owned

by partnership, we divided to contribute the same amount worth of two hundred thousand

(200,000.00Php) to meet the total of the total budget to start the business. Each amount

comes from our savings to meet the total amount of projected cost needed to start the business.

V. PRODUCT CONCEPT

Product Description:

Mashed potato balls is commonly flavored with potato, meat, bacon, ham, corn

beef, and chicken. Variety of foods are now available everywhere you go. People in

nowadays are looking for something new for them to satisfy their taste buds.

And now, we will introduce the fried mashed potato balls of BOLA DE PATATA.

This mashed potato balls is not common in the industry, we proudly represents the Fried

Mashed Potato Balls that have a fillings inside it and that are naturally good for the eyes

of our business future customers. We will guarantee a great taste and fits to Filipino

taste.
CHAPTER I.

INTRODUCTION

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Filipinos are very likely in the vegetable craft like camote and potato. Mashed potato

(dehydrated) production as a business, deals with production of dehydrated mashed potatoes.

Instant mashed potatoes are potatoes that have been through an industrial process of cooking,

mashing and dehydrating to yield a packaged convenience for food that can be reconstituted by

adding hot water or milk, producing a close approximation of mashed potatoes. They are

occasionally packages with instant gravy; instant mashed potatoes have substantially more

sodium that fresh potatoes, and much less dietary fiber.

While the Philippines and China continue to square off over Scarborough and

other disputed territories. Our countrys trade with China started long before the

Spaniards came. Chinese merchants brought over pottery and silk in exchange for

agricultural. Some of the merchants eventually settled here, and whenever they craved

for a taste of home, they whipped up their native dishes using local ingredients. A

number of Chinese migrants married Filipino women as well, all of whom later learned
to cook their husbands favorites. Over time, the wives began to improvise and impart

regional twists onto traditional Chinese recipes. As the years passed by, the difference

between Chinese and Filipino cuisines became virtually blurred and indistinct.

OBJECTIVES

To introduce the homemade fried mashed potato balls into the healthier innovation and

even more like french fries in the market.

To determine the study of fried mashed potato balls in the market; Quirino H-way,

Tandang Sora Quezon City.

SCOPE OF THE STUDY

The place of our market has been considered in the study is along Quirino H-way

especially in Dr. Carlos Lanting College, Tandang Sora Ave. Quezon City where the business

will established individual who wants to eat fried mashed potato balls especially the employers,

students or unemployed. At the same time need to sustain the capacity of their needs and wants

would be the Bola De Patata.

HISTORY OF THE PRODUCT


According to the researcher the health benefit to eat potato or mashed potato can vary

because potato can be made in different things. It can be made from omelet, french fries, etc.

You can basically use for imagination as to what filling you want to put dumpling. So, for our

Feasibility study, we will use pork, chicken, ham, bacon, and corn beef inside the fried mashed

potato balls

The humble potato entered into Europe in the 16th century, brought over from the slopes of

Andes by the conquering Spanish. It was gradually adopted by European farmers and soon

became a staple crop. Its sheer starchiness and carbohydrate content made it cheap nutrition

and its perennial nature helped farmers feed their families and sell them on too.

It is said that French physician Antoine Parmentier ( who studied the potato and its potential

intensely and published 'Examen chymique des pommes de terres' in 1774) ran a competition

for various recipes using the potato. He then went on to win it apparently ( the cheek!) with his

recipe for mashed potato. The sumptuous combination of silky boiled potato, mashed with

butter, double cream, a dashing of salt and some garlic was an instant hit. It's no wonder it has

survived centuries as a delicious accompaniment. People started adding and augmenting the

recipe. I do love some bacon bits, some pepper thrown into the mix yummy.

Mashed Potato
Is a dish prepared by mashing boiled potatoes. Recipes started appearing no later than

1747 with an entry in The Art of Cookery by Hannah Glasse. Dehydrated and frozen mashed

potatoes are available in many places.

Ingredients
The use of "floury" types of potato is usually recommended, although "waxy" potatoes are

sometimes used for a different texture. Butter, vegetable oil, milk and/or cream are usually

added to improve flavor and texture, and the potatoes are seasoned with salt, pepper, and any

other desired herbs and spices. Popular ingredients and seasonings include: garlic, cheese,

bacon bits, sour cream, crisp onion or spring onion, caramelised onion, mustard, spices such as

nutmeg, and chopped herbs such as parsley.

Culinary uses
Mashed potatoes can be served together with other dishes, or can be an ingredient of

various other dishes, including shepherd's and cottage pie, pierogi, colcannon, dumplings,

potato croquettes, gnocchi, etc. It is often served with sausages as mash potato masher is a

utensil which can be used to prepare the potatoes.

The local mashed potato that everyone enjoys is combined with gravy at the top.

Potato

Potato is a starchy, tuberous crop from the perennial nightshade Solanum tuberosum L.

The word "potato" may refer either to the plant itself or to the edible tuber. In the Andes, where
the species is indigenous, there are some other closely related cultivated potato species.

Potatoes were introduced outside the Andes region approximately four centuries ago, and have

since become an integral part of much of the world's food supply. It is the world's fourth-largest

food crop, following maize, wheat, and rice.

Wild potato species occur throughout the Americas from the United States to southern

Chile. The potato was originally believed to have been domesticated independently in multiple

locations, but later genetic testing of the wide variety of cultivars and wild species proved a

single origin for potatoes in the area of present-day southern Peru and extreme northwestern

Bolivia (from a species in the Solanum brevicaule complex), where they were domesticated

approximately 7,00010,000 years ago.Following centuries of selective breeding, there are now

over a thousand different types of potatoes. Over 99% of the presently cultivated potatoes

worldwide descended from varieties that originated in the lowlands of south-central Chile, which

have displaced formerly popular varieties from the Andean highlands.

However, the local importance of the potato is variable and changing rapidly. It remains an

essential crop in Europe (especially eastern and central Europe), where per capita production is

still the highest in the world, but the most rapid expansion over the past few decades has

occurred in southern and eastern Asia. As of 2007 China led the world in potato production, and

nearly a third of the world's potatoes were harvested in China and India
CONTEXTUAL ENVIRONMENT OF THE PRODUCT

Product Offering

Fried mashed potato balls Softdrinks/water


ACCESSIBILITY OF THE TARGET MARKET

Our target Customer is everyone who can eat fried mashed potato balls and who loves to

eat fried mashed potato balls. But our specific target market will be freom age of 11 to 45. Our

product will be accessible to the consumer and with the use of stall place near at Dr. Carlos

Lanting College, Quezon City


NEEDS GIVING RISE TO THE PROJECT

Healthy eating is not about strict dietary limitation. Rather it is about feeling great, having

more energy, and stabilizing your mood. If you feel overwhelmed by all the conflicting nutrition

and diet advice out there, and you are not alone. But, by the using by simple tips, you can clear

the confusion and learn how to create a tasty varied, and healthy diet.

Vegetables are the foundation of a healthy diet. They are low calories with nutrients

dense which means they packed with vitamins.

Benefits of Potato

Have vitamins and minerals in the diet to eat a colorful variety of fruits and vegetable.

Lacks of necessary nutrients.

Increased interest in foods that are low-carb or low-glycemic index.

PROJECT RATIONALE

Vision

Achieve our goals to improving health to the society by being dedicated to develop Fried

Mashed Potato Balls that will be suit in the local Filipino taste.
Mission

To provide an affordable Fried Mashed Potato Balls that will be satisfy every Filipino.

Also, to provide them with the freshest and good quality taste of Fried Mashed Potato Balls at

the reasonable price that they will be buy and keep on buying.

AREA PROFILE

A small stall in an Auto Supply. It is near in Dr. Carlos Lanting College and Sta. Quiteria

Street.

Address: Tandang Sora Ave. Quezon City


VICINITY MAP
CHAPTER II

ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT

ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE

MANAGERS/OWNERS

COOKS/VENDORS

Organization structure is very important in the feasibility particular in the decision making.

Functional structure is the best example of the organization structure. Organizational structure it

refers to the how will organize the group to be reported. Functional structure works will in the

stable environment when do the business strategies and less inclined to need more changes

and updating the business;


The BOLA DE PATATA will be using the functional organization to put all the impormational

resources of the company needed for a single activity in one place. This performance will

facilitated and shared the ability and remarkable in their subordinates.

HUMAN RESOURCE

Job Analysis

Job Description

Job Title: Manager/Owner

Job Summary: The owner is responsible for managing her business and to lead the employee.

Supervise: The Employees and the Business

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Manager must created by the job description, running advertisements for open positions,

reviewing the resumes and application of the employees, interviewing prospective

employees, hiring, and firing.

2. Manger must be supervised her staff, ensuring they are trained properly, follow the

company guidelines and also policies purpose the job satisfactory and necessary
feedback regular basis.

3. Manager is responsible for the payroll function including tallying work hours, calculating

pay (such as wages and the 13th month pay).

4. Manager must be orient on the first day of the employees to know the policy, rules, and

regulations, and mission and vision of the company.

5. Manager must entail herself resolving conflicts and motivating employees.

6. Manager must build an employee and customers loyalty.

7. Manager should create career goals and plans to attain the employees.

8. Manager must be evaluating the regular basis of employees progress and to determine

to additional training is needed.

9. Manager must make the decisions to terminate an employee to breaking company rules.

10. Manager must manage daily operations, coach employees, and maintaining quality-

control of the products and services.

11. Manager must handle the cash transaction.

12. Manager must constantly review the companys financial, budgetary, and production

goals.

13. The manager must take necessary adjustments to get back on the track.

14. Manager must leading the organization to be success.

Job Description

Job Title: Cook/Vendor

Job Summary: The Vendor gives the attention to the customer in a way of courteous and

experienced manner.

Coordinates with: Manger/Owner of the Business


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1. First duty of vendors/cook is to greet the customers.

2. Assists the customer in a friendly way.

3. Resolves customer complaints.

4. The cashier should be hones in collecting and changing the money.

5. Maintains sufficient amount of change o cash drawer at the beginning of work.

6. Count the coins.

7. Count money at the end and beginning of work.

8. Maintaining monthly, weekly and daily report for transaction.

9. Ensure counter areas are near and stocked with necessary supplies.

10. His/her must answer the questions or concerns and demonstrate the good knowledge of

the product he/she is selling.

Job Specification

Must be female or male with pleasing personality

Must be 18 to 29 years old

Must be single

At least graduated at High school with the certification of good moral.

Have knowledge in Mathematics.

One year directly related work experience in handling cash.

Have good communication and quality to multi-task to interact with people across in all
organization.

Ability to work under pressure.

Must have 1-3 work experience as a crew.

He/she have a excellent customer service skills.

Crew must have an ability in verbal communication.

He/she must be motivated to learn.

Willing to work at Tandang Sora, Quezon City

POLICIES, RULES, AND REGULATIONS

Company Policy

1. Consuming or being in possession of alcohol or illegal drugs.

2. Fighting, horseplay, practical jokes or otherwise interfering with other workers prohibited.

3. Vandalism or any other abuse or misuse of company proper by in prohibited also

4. All incidents that result in damage or injury are to be reported to your manager

immediately.

5. Personal uniform shall be appropriate to tasks being performed.

6. All work shall be carried out in accordance with appropriate safe work.

7. The equipment which is a good condition/repair shall be used.

8. Every workers shall keep his/her work are neat and clean.

Mandatory Requirements

Wear proper uniform at work.


Maintain good housekeeping in your work area.

Operates the equipment in accordance of the safety rules.

Report any near misses, unsafe conditions, accidents and damage to manager.

ETHICAL STANDARDS

7. Be Trustful- They recognized customer wants to do a business. Trust, defined as

assured reliance on the character, ability, strength, and truth of a business.

8. Keep an Open minded- the leader of an organization must be open to new ideas. Need

to ask for the opinions and feedback from both customers and team members, so that

the company will continue to grow.

9. Meet Obligation- do everything in your power to gain the trust of past customers and

clients. Reclaim any lost business by honoring all commitments and obligations.

10. Clear Documents- Re-evaluate all prints materials including small business,

advertising, broachers, and other business documents making. Must, importantly, make

sure that they do not misrepresent or misinterpret.

11. Become Community Involved- Remain involved in community related issues and

activities. Thereby, your business is a responsible community contributor in other words.

Be involved!

12. Accounting Control- Gaining control of accounting and record keeping allows you to

end any dubious activities promptly.


HIRING PROCESS

The Recruitment Process:

1st The formulating of recruitment strategy

Should have in the position to filled to hired people outside the company.

2nd Searching for job applicants

Using this, the traditional recruitment method. Need to help wanted to fliers or poster

outside the company.

3rd Screening for applicants

The manager or the owner should have to screen the applicants to eliminate individually

who are obviously unqualified.

4th Meeting of an applicant pool

The manager or owner should have to keep the applicants informed about the status of

their application.

The Selection Process:

5th Employment interview

The manager or owner need to ask question whatever comes up in his/her mind.

6th Selection Decision


All the information about the applicants has been collected to the owner/manager to

must make a hiring decision.

7th The Physical Examination

To determined if the applicant qualifies to be a physically fit for the position. To identifying

health problems and reduce the absenteeism of the applicants, and to detect the

infection disease that b unknown to the applicant.

8th Employment testing

The owner/manager will have to test the applicant by what training. Identify if the

employee can easily cope and to finish the task on time.

9th Placement on the job hired

After his/her training, 2 to 3 weeks, the manager/owner will decide if the performance of

the trainee is qualified in the position assigned based on the actual training.

TERMINATION

1. Stealing

2. Misconduct

3. Poor performance

4. Bring deadly weapons at work

5. Drug or Alcohol possession at work

6. Violation Company Policy

7. Insubordination

8. Taking too much time off

9. Damaging Company Property


10. Falsifying company records

11. Using company property

VIOLATION AND SANCTION

VIOLATION

The major offenses are the following:

1. Carrying deadly weapon inside the company.

2. Drug abuse such as Marijuana, cocaine etc.

3. Bringing inside the company liquor drinks, prohibited and regulated drugs.

4. Use of liquor drink and regulated drug inside the company under influence of alcohol.

5. Willful disregard of authority, disrespect, discourtesy, and disobedience o the manager.

6. Direct physical assault of co-workers or manager.

7. Threat and coercion.

8. Destruction of company property.

9. Theft and qualified theft.

10. Possession of gambling paraphernalia.

11. Gambling on playing cards inside the company.

12. Lying or giving false statement.

13. Using the name of the company without approval from he owner or manager.

Minor offenses: Those that merit simple suspension, however, the violation of any minor

offense enumerate below for three consecutive times shall be penalized under the sanction

Improper use of the equipment


Not following the proper hygiene

Not wearing proper uniform

Improper handling and storage of food

Poor performance

SANCTION

The following disciplinary actions and company rules will be administered:

1. Verbal warning- A manager tells an employee that his or her performance is

unacceptable such as put in proper uniform, not wearing the name plate provided the

company. Three consecutive late absent without informing the manager, not following

the proper hygiene and improper use of the equipment, handling and storage of food.

2. Written warning- A written warning describe the performance problems or work violation

of the employee in the specific detail and explains the consequences to the employee of

his or her performance not improve within a specified period of time.

3. Suspension or Permanent Dismissal- This disciplinary measures that perverts an

employee from coming to work for one week from minor offense such as three executive

late and absences not informing the manager and not improving within a specific period

given in the written warning and dock led the employees pay accordingly.
WAGES AND BENEFITS OF WORKERS

EMPLOYEE DAILY WAGES BENEFITS

Manager/Owner P500.00 Phil. Health. 13th month pay,

and Pagibig

Cook/Vendor P466.00 Phil. Health, and Pagibig

BENEFITS

SSS, Phil, Health, and Pagibig

It will be paid by the Employer and also the Employee.

13th month pay

It will be given before December 24. It is equivalent of the one month of their salary.
HOLIDAYS

Legal Holidays

January 1 New Years Day

April 2 Holy Thursday

April 3 Good Friday

April 9 Araw ng Kagitingan

May 1 Labor Day

June 12 Independence Day

July 19 Eidal-Filar

August 30 National Heroes Day

December 25 Christmas Day

December 30 Rizal Day


Legal Requirements

Register your Business

Business registration is a two-step process:

1. Submit your business name request. The first step in registering your business is the

approval of your business name by submitting your name request either online at B,C.

Registry Services or in person at Small Business BC. Name approval prevents the use

of names that are so similar as to confuse or mislead people, and it provides a record

allowing the public to determine ownership of the company.

2. Register your business. Once you have been notified that your business name has

been approved, you have 56 calendar days to register your business name or complete

your incorporation process.

If you do choose to register as a sole proprietorship or partnership, there are three options:

Online at the One Stop Business Registry

In person at Small Business BC

By mall to the B.C. Corporate Registry

3. Federal Business License. A federal business license is not a common type of license

for a business to have to obtain. Federal business licenses are required only if your
business involves the sale of alcohol, tobacco or firearms; prescription drug

manufacturing; or providing investment advice.

4. Sales and Use Tax Permit. It yor business involves selling taxable product or services,

most states also require you to obtain a sale and use tax permit. Texas requires

corporations, partnerships or limited liability companies to hold Texas sales and use tax

permit. Other state laws vary so check with the Department of Revenues for your state

for the requirements.

5. Business Permit Other. Types of business permits may be requirements. These

permits normally include a sellers for reselling wholesale merchandise, a health permit

for food preparation businesses and a zoning permit for a home-based business.

UNIFORM

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BOLA DE
PATATA
Tandang Sora Ave. Quirino H-way Quezon City

FOOD RETAILER

26h day of May 1

05/26/201
Tandang SoraO.Ave.
Janneth May BuenQuirino H-way, Quezon City May 26, 2015
3,000mm
Janneth May O. Buen 05/26/2015

Tandang Sora Ave, Quirino H-way, Quezon City

BOLA DE PATATA Food retailer

Note: Date of Business Registered, May 26, 2015

201
BOLA DE PATATA

QUEZON CITY, NATIONAL CAPITAL


REGION (NCR)

JANNETH MAY O. BUEN


Tandang Sora Ave. Quirino H-way, Quezon City
Is valid form 26 May 2015 to 26 May 2020 subject to continuing
compliance with the above-mentioned laws and all applicable laws to the
Philippines,

Useless voluntarily cancelled


2015-030-
00708

BOLA DE PATATA
CHAPTER III.

MARKETING ASPECT

MARKETING OBJECTIVE

Bola De Patata will be promoting a good brand with specific goals and objectives to

be recognized in the market.

GOALS AND OBJECTIVES OF BOLA DE PATATA

TO BE ONE OF THE FOOD STALL IN THE PHILIPPINES

We want to expand our business not just have in Metro Manila but also in the provinces in

the next 7 to 10 years.

TO ESTABLISH A GOOD BRAND NAME

To maintain a good brand name which deliver satisfaction to the customer by continuous

innovation? To make an impact in the market that will last longer in the eye of the customer and

competition and being active in the community where our business is located.

INCREASING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF MARKETING

We will promote our product by increasing our marketing strategy lie distributing fliers,

posting tarpaulins and stickers that will capture the eye and curiosity of the people who will

passed by.

IMPROVING CUSTOMER SERVICE

We will provide a good quality of service for the customer to gain customer loyalty.
DEVELOPING NEW PRODUCT LINE

We will add the new flavors from different kind of fillings to make a fried mashed potato

that will also suit to the taste of Filipino.

DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE

We conducted survey to know the opinion of our future customers. We gathered two

hundred fifty respondents (250) to answer the twenty (20) questions regarding our product and

we also make a free taste once of our fried mashed potato balls for the actual survey.

DIRECTION: Please indicate check or shade your answer inside the box. Use Black ballpen
only.

BOLA DE PATATA PROSPECT

CUSTOMER SURVEY

1. Age

35 ABOVE
22-30
18-20
11-16
10 BELOW

2. Gender

Male Female

3. Occupation

Housewife
Students

Others (Please specify)

4. Do you eat fried mashed potato balls?

Yes No

5. Do you want to try a new flavor of it?

Yes No

6. Have you tried frying mashed potato balls with meat?

Yes No

7. It fried mashed potato balls are introduced, will you try it?

Yes No

8. How many pieces per serving do you prefer?

Three (3) Four (4)

9. How much is your budget for foods/snacks a day?

P15-20
P25-30
P30 ABOVE
Other
(specify)

10. How much is your preferred price for a fried mashed potato balls?

P15-P20

P20-P30

P30 ABOVE

11. What filling do you prefer in fried mashed potato balls?

Meat

Ham

Bacon
Other (specify)

12. Which sauce do you prefer in fried mashed potato balls?

Ketchup

Mayonnaise

Combine mayonnaise and ketchup

13. Do you like fried mashed potato balls?

Yes No

14. Should you keep your eyes to our product?

Yes No

15. After tasting it, do like it?

Yes No

For actual survey or interview:

16. Do you like our product?

Yes No

17. Are you satisfied with it?

Yes No

18. Kindly rate our product (1-10), justify your answer. One (1) LOWEST Ten (10) HIGHEST

19. If you have money, are you willing to franchise our product?

Yes No

20. If this fried mashed potato balls is introduced in the market, are you willing to patronize
it?

Yes No
And here are the results of our survey.

1. AGE

3% 10 BELOW
11 y/o-16 y/o
18 y/o-20 y/o
41% 34%
21 y/o-30 /o
35 ABOVE

23%

In this graph, we interviewed 250 people around the area and we made a free taste

of our product for the first time. When we conducted our survey, its almost 3pm so we

got a lot of people from the age of 21 to 30 years old with 41%.
2. GENDER

22%
MALE
FEMALE

78%

In this graph, the result of our survey tells that 78% of correspondents are female

and 22% of them are male. This is because half of them are really curious what kind

of product we are offering. But overall we got a decent percentage of female and

male who answer our survey sincerely.


3. OCCUPATION

25% HOUSEWIFE
36% STUDENTS
OTHERS

39%

In this graph, it shows that in the area where we conducted the survey, there are one

school located which is the Dr. Carlos Lanting College. Therefore most of our

correspondents are students. Furthermore, there are some housewives, jeepney

drivers, and tricycle driver, who approved to be interviewed by us.


4. DO YOU EAT FRIED MASHED POTATO BALLS?

YES
35%
NO

65%

In this graph, 65% of our future customers answered YES. And 35% answered

NO. And its shows that most or our correspondents, answered that they eat fried

mashed potato balls.

4. DO YOU EAT FRIED MASHED POTATO BALLS?

YES
35%
NO

65%
In this graph, 65% of our future customers answered YES. And 35% answered

NO. And its shows that most or our correspondents, answered that they eat fried

mashed potato balls.

5. DO YOU WANT TO TRY A NEW FLAVOR OF IT?

4%
YES
NO

96%

In this graph, 96% our correspondents want to try new twist in fried mashed potato

balls while 4% persons say no, because they love the usual fried mashed potato balls.
6. HAVE YOU TRIED
FRYING MASHED POTATOBALLS WITH MEAT?

0% YES
NO

43%
56%

In this graph, only 58% respondents can try frying mashed potato balls, and there are

43% respondents says that they cant try frying mashed potato balls and most of them

are the students.


ED FRIED MASHED POTATO BALLS ARE INTRODUCED, WILL YOU

24% YES
NO

75%

In this graph, 75% of correspondents answered yes, and 24% answered no. And

overall we can actually tell that if fried mashed potato balls with meat will be

introduced we got a decent amount of customer.


8. HOW MANY PIECES PER SERVING DO YOU PREFER?

THREE (3)
FOUR (4)
45%
55%

In this graph, our correspondent wants to have 3 pieces of fried mashed potato balls per

serving..
9. HOW MUCH IS OUR BUDGET FOR FOODS/SNACKS A DAY?

7% P15-20
P25-30
34%
25% P30 ABOVE
OTHERS

34%

In this graph, it shows that nowadays, people know how to budget their money, so

they choose 15 to 20 and 25 to 30 pesos as their budget for food/snack because it will

exactly fit to their budget.


MUCH IS YOUR PREFERRED PRICE FOR A FRIED MASHED POTAT

7% 3%
P15-20
P20-30
P30 ABOVE

90%

In this graph, the result shows the practicality of a wise buyer. Most of them choose 15

to 20 pesos because it is more convenient and affordable for them.


WHAT FILLING DO YOU PREFER IN FRIED MASHED POTATO BAL

18% MEAT
HAM
BACON
47%
17% OTHERS

19%

In this graph, our correspondents was preferred fillings is meat in fried mashed potato balls.

WHICH SAUCE DO YOU PREFER IN FRIED MASHED POTATO BAL

17% KETCHUP
MAYONNAISE
COMBINE KETCHUP AND
14% MAYONNAISE

69%
In this graph, it shows that the highest percentage goes to Combine ketchup and

mayonnaise because it is the common sauce when you buy a fried mashed potato balls.

But there are also people who love to eat fried mashed potato balls with a sauce of

ketchup.

13. DO YOU LIKE FRIED MASHED POATO BALLS?

3% 0%
YES
NO

96%

In this graph, shows that 36% correspondents like fried mashed potato balls, and only 3% did

not like it.


14. SHOULD YOU KEEP YOUR EYES TO OUR PRODUCT?

12%
YES
NO

88%

In this graph, 88% correspondents keep his/her eyes in fried mashed potato balls.

15. AFTER TASTING IT, DO YOU LIKE IT?

8% 0%
YES
NO

91%
In this graph, 91% like our product and 9% not satisfy in our product

FOR ACTUAL INTERVIEWED OR SURVEY:

16. DO YOU LIKE OUR PRODUCT?

5%
YES
NO

95%

In this graph, out of 250 respondents 95% answer Yes.


17. ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH IT?

13%
YES
NO

87%

In this graph, 87% people satisfied to our product.

TE OUR PRODUCT (1-10) AND JUSTIFY YOUR ANSWER. 1-LOWES

FIVE (5)
9% 2% 7% SIX (6)
14% SEVEN (7)
20% EIGHT (8)
NINE (9)
TEN (10)

48%
In this graph, rate our product 1 to 10. 48% answer eight (8). 20% answer nine (9). 14%

answer seven (7) 7% answer six (6). And 2% answer five (5).

YOU HAVE A MONEY,ARE YOU WILLING TO FRANCHISE OUR PRO

31% YES
NO

69%

In this graph, 69% willing to franchise our product if there have money.

D POTATO BALLS IS INTRODUCED IN THE MARKET, ARE YOU W


YES
24% NO

76%

In this graph, out of 250 respondents, 76% answer yes to willing to patronize our product.

HISTORICAL DEMAND AND SUPPLY ANALYSIS


This is the data of our two biggest competitors around the area, KFC and Potato
Corner

COMPETITOR 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020

KFC P685,776.0 P2,057,328 P21,098,474.5 P2,140,444.0 P2,183,252.9 P2,226,91

0 6 5 3 9

Potato Corner P79,856.00 P239.568.0 P244,359.36 P249,246.55 P254,231.48 P259,316

4PS (PRODUCT, PRICE, PLACE, AND PROMOTION)

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Nowadays people want to eat fried mashed potato balls. We adopt this culture because

of the influence of Americas from the United States. As we observed all fried mashed potato

balls are made in cheese that is why we come up with an idea of creating a fried mashed potato

balls which have a fillings instead plain we have a twist. And Bola De Patata is made up of

ground green onions, meat, and egg mix together with some seasoning and tries for about five

(5) to ten (10) minutes.

PROCESS:

Fried Mashed Potato Balls (plain)


INGREDIENTS:

2 cups cold mashed

1 egg lightly beaten

cup cheese

cup chopped green onion

cup bread crumbs or flour

Oil per frying

DIRECTION:

1. Place mashed potato in a large bowl, let stand at room temperature for 20 minutes. Stir

in the egg, cheese, and green onions. Roll in the bread crumbs or flour, let stand in 15

minutes. Shape into 1 inch balls.


2. In an electric skillet, heat in 1 inch oil to 375 degree fry potato balls a few at a time for 2

or until golden brown. Remove with a slotted spoon to paper towel is drain. Serve

warm.

Fried Mashed Potato Balls (meat)

INGREDIENTS:
2 cups cold mashed

1 egg lightly beaten

cup cheese

cup chopped green onion

cup bread crumbs or flour

ground meat

Oil per frying

DIRECTION:

1. Place mashed potato in a large bowl, let stand at room temperature for 20 minutes. Stir

in the egg, cheese, and green onions. Roll in the bread crumbs or flour, let stand in 15

minutes. Shape into 1 inch balls.


2. Filled the ground meat inside the mashed potato balls and rolled in bread crumbs or

flour.
3. In an electric skillet, heat in 1 inch oil to 375 degree fry potato balls a few at a time for 2

or until golden brown. Remove with a slotted spoon to paper towel is drain. Serve

warm.

Fried Mashed Potato Balls (ham)

INGREDIENTS:

2 cups cold mashed


1 egg lightly beaten

cup cheese

cup chopped green onion

cup bread crumbs or flour

5 to 10 slice ham

Oil per frying

DIRECTION:

1. Place mashed potato in a large bowl, let stand at room temperature for 20 minutes. Stir

in the egg, cheese, and green onions. Roll in the bread crumbs or flour, let stand in 15

minutes. Shape into 1 inch balls.


2. Fry the ham into golden brown and remove it in the electric skillet or frying pan.
3. Slice into a little horizontal to vertical and filled inside the mashed potato balls.
4. In an electric skillet, heat in 1 inch oil to 375 degree fry potato balls a few at a time for 2

or until golden brown. Remove with a slotted spoon to paper towel is drain. Serve

warm.

Fried Mashed Potato Balls (bacon)

INGREDIENTS:

2 cups cold mashed

1 egg lightly beaten

cup cheese
cup chopped green onion

cup bread crumbs or flour

10 to 20 slice of bacon

Oil per frying

DIRECTION:

1. Place mashed potato in a large bowl, let stand at room temperature for 20 minutes. Stir

in the egg, cheese, and green onions. Roll in the bread crumbs or flour, let stand in 15

minutes. Shape into 1 inch balls.


2. Fry slightly in frying pan the bacon and slice into 3 to 4 and filled inside the potato balls.
3. In an electric skillet, heat in 1 inch oil to 375 degree fry potato balls a few at a time for 2

or until golden brown. Remove with a slotted spoon to paper towel is drain. Serve

warm.

Fried Mashed Potato Balls (chicken)

INGREDIENTS:

2 cups cold mashed

1 egg lightly beaten

cup cheese
cup chopped green onion

cup bread crumbs or flour

kl chicken

Oil per frying

DIRECTION:

1. Place mashed potato in a large bowl, let stand at room temperature for 20 minutes. Stir

in the egg, cheese, and green onions. Roll in the bread crumbs or flour, let stand in 15

minutes. Shape into 1 inch balls.


2. Boiled the chicken inside the casserole to become yellowish.
3. After boiled the chicken, filled this inside the mashed potato balls and rolled in the bread

crumbs or flour.
4. In an electric skillet, heat in 1 inch oil to 375 degree fry potato balls a few at a time for 2

or until golden brown. Remove with a slotted spoon to paper towel is drain. Serve

warm.

Fried Mashed Potato Balls (corn beef)

INGREDIENTS:

2 cups cold mashed

1 egg lightly beaten


cup cheese

cup chopped green onion

cup bread crumbs or flour

1 can of corn beef

Oil per frying

DIRECTION:

1. Place mashed potato in a large bowl, let stand at room temperature for 20 minutes. Stir

in the egg, cheese, and green onions. Roll in the bread crumbs or flour, let stand in 15

minutes. Shape into 1 inch balls.


2. Cook the corn beef well.
3. After cook the corn beef, filled this inside the mashed potato balls and rolled in the bread

crumbs or flour.
4. In an electric skillet, heat in 1 inch oil to 375 degree fry potato balls a few at a time for 2

or until golden brown. Remove with a slotted spoon to paper towel is drain. Serve

warm.

Packaging

For those who will eat their fried mashed potato balls in the stall we will use the typical

tray of their order.


And for those who will take out their fried mashed potato balls we will use Styropore box

with Plastic bag.

PLACE

The Bola De Patata is place in a small stall near in Dr. Carlos Lanting College facing in

Tandang Sora Ave.

PROMOTION

OLA DE

PATATA is will use the

different kinds

of marketing strategy to promote our product and our business, it is also use to develop

attitudes and creates awareness in order to gain responses from the target market.
TARPAULINS

We will use tarpaulins for our promotions. It will be on the top of our stall to catch the

attention of people passing by.

STICKERS

Near the area where our business is located, we will be giving them stickers to the

customers to paste it on outside of their houses.


FLIERS

Tried this amazing and awesome FRIED


MASHED POTATO BALLS and discover whats
inside!

Buy it now! For only

P20.00 for 3pieces

Bola De Patata
Address: Tandang Sora Ave. Quezon City

Near at Dr, Carlos Lanting College


Advertising Expense

PROMOTION QUANTITY COST

FLIERS 150 PCS 750

TARPAULIN 2 PCS 192

STICKERS 300 PCS 3000

TOTAL: P3,942.00

SWOT ANALYSIS

STRENGHT

THE TREND OF FRIED MASHED POTATO BALLS IS IN PEAK.

People nowadays love to eat fried mashed potato balls is considered to a food that can be

eaten everyday or every hour.

THERE ARE SMALL NUMBERS OF COMPETITORS IN TERMS OF HEALTHY FRIED

MASHED POTATO BALLS.


Mashed potato in KFC and other competitor have a only gravy in top. While our fried

mashed potato balls have an advantage because we have a fillings inside of fried mashed

potato balls.

IT IS NEW TO THE MARKET AND PEOPLE NOWADAYS LOVE TO TRY NEW

THINGS, AS WELL AS FOODS.

Fried mashed potato balls already exist in the market but our product has a twist inside.

And people nowadays love to try new things especially in food.

WEAKNESS

LACK OF POPULARITY OF THE PRODUCT ITSELF AND THE BUSINESS.

Our product is new to the market to lack of the popularity will occur to our product and the

business itself.

OPPORTUNITIES

TO ADOPT NEW TECHNOLOGIES THAT CAN HELP IN THE PRODUCTION

PROCESS OF OUR BUSINESS.

As our country progresses, we must also adopt the changes in our technology for easy and

much comfortable production process.

EXPANSION IS DIFFERENT AREA HERE IN THE PHILIPPINES.

Our goals are to establish a business in different area in the Philippines and to expand our

business.
SCHOOL AND INDUSTRIAL ESTABLISHMENTS ARE LOCATED AROUND THE

VICINITY.

Our location is ideal because it is near at school and some big establishments and there

are a lot people passing by in front of our stall.

THREATS

BIGGER COMPETITION.

Many competition are popular because of long existence in the food industry so,

competition is tight.

INFLATION RATE

Inflation rate can affect our financial aspect and production process because when there is

an increase in inflation rate, our product pricing will be affected.

ENTERING OF FOREIGN PRODUCTS THAT ARE SIMILAR WITH OUR PRODUCT.

Because mashed potato is originated in United States, it is also possible that they will introduce

mashed potato in our country.


CHAPTER IV.

TECHNICAL ASPECT

MACHINERIES AND EQUIPMENTS

Materials and equipment needed to put up this business are as follow:

NAME AND DESCRIPTION QUANTITY PRICE PER TOTAL COST

UNIT
Deep fryer

1pc. P4,102.50 P4,102.50

Stove

1pc. P1,200.00 P1,200.00


1pc. P970.00 P970.00

LPG Tank

6pcs. P160.00 P960.00

Stainless mixing bowl

6pcs. P80.00 P480.00

Stainless tray

1pc. P7,999.00
P7,999.00

Refrigerator
Knife

3pcs. P119.00 P357.00

2pcs. P50.00 P100.00

Tongs

2set P80.00 P160.00

Measuring cup

3pcs. P20.00 P60.00

Sandok (plastic)
6pcs. P99.00 P594.00

Tupperware

2pcs. P120.00 P260.00

Oil container

Squeeze bottle

3pcs. P35.00 P105.00

3pcs. P88.00 P264.00

Swivel peeler
1pc. P150.00 P150.00

Chopping board

2pcs. P40.00 P80.00

Strainer (big and small)

2pcs. P25.00 P50.00

Funnel

TOTAL P17,871.50
FURNITURE AND FIXTURE

NAME AN DESCRIPTION QUANTITY PRICE PER UNIT TOTAL COST

Monoblock table

1pc. P550.00 P550.00

Monoblock chair 3pcs. P100.00 P300.00

1pc, P350.00 P350.00

Plastic drawer

1pc. P950.00 P950.00

Wall fan
TOTAL P2,150.00

OFFICE SUPPLIES

NAME AND DESCRIPTION QUANTITY PRICE PER COST TOTAL COST

3pcs./month P5.00 P15.00

Ballpen

1pc. P50.00 P50.00

Stapler

1box P30.00 P30.00

No,35 5000pcs staple wire


2pcs. P67.50 P135.00

Record book

1pc P150.00 P150.00


Calculator

1pc, P24.00 P24.00

Payroll slip

TOTAL P404.00
SUPPLIES
NAME AND DESCRIPTION QUANTITY PRICE PER UNIT TOTAL COST

1pc. P79.75 P79.75

Dust pan

1pc P140.00 P140.00

Trash can

1ballot P50.00 P50.00


Garbage bag

1pc. P129.00 P129.00

Broom

1pc. P58.61 P58.61

Dishwashing liquid

1box/month P160.00 P160.00

Plastic gloves

3pcs. P120.00 P360.00

Apron

3pcs. P25.00 P75.00

Hair net
2pcs. P45.00 P90.00

scissors

1pack./month P15.00 P15.00

Sponge

1pack/month P21.00 P21.00

safety matches

Lalagyan ng sabon

1pc. P20.00 P20.00

9pcs./month P5.00 P45.00

Basahan

TOTAL P1,243.36
RAW MATERIALS FOR FRIED MASHED POTATO BALLS

(PLAIN)

NAME AND DESCRIPTION QUANTITY PRICE PER UNIT TOTAL COST

5kl. P50.00 P250.00

Potato
Egg

1tray P35.00 P35.00

1000 grams P140.00 P140.00

Bread crumbs

7cans P25.00 P175.00

Milk
slice P26.00 P182.00

Butter

1pack P5.00 P35.00

Salt

1pack P5.00 P35.00

Pepper
TOTAL P850.00

RAW MATERIALS FOR FRIED MASHED POTATO BALLS

(MEAT)

NAME AND QUANTITY PRICE PER UNIT TOTAL COST

DESCRIPTION

5kl. P50.00 P250.00


Egg

1tray P35.00 P35.00

Bread crumbs

1000 grams P140.00 P140.00

slice P26.00 P182.00

Butter
Salt

1pack P5.00 P35.00

1pack P5.00 P35.00

Pepper

3kl P140.00 P420.00

Meat

(giniling)
TOTAL P1,270.00

RAW MATERIALS FOR FRIED MASHED POTATO BALLS

(HAM)

NAME AND QUANTITY PRICE PER UNIT TOTAL COST

DESCRIPTION

5kl. P50.00 P250.00

Potato

1tray P35.00 P35.00

Egg

1000 grams P140.00 P140.00

Bread crumbs
slice P26.00 P182.00

Butter

1pack P5.00 P35.00

Salt

1pack P5.00 P35.00

Pepper
Ham

3 ballot P98.00 P294.00

TOTAL P1,144.00

RAW MATERIALS FOR FRIED MASHED POTATO BALLS

(BACON)

NAME AND QUANTITY PRICE PER UNIT TOTAL COST

DESCRIPTION
5kl. P50.00 P250.00

Potato
Egg

1tray P35.00 P35.00

1000 grams P140.00 P140.00

Bread crumbs

slice P26.00 P182.00

Butter

1pack P5.00 P35.00

Salt

1pack P5.00 P35.00

Pepper
3 ballot P120.00 P360.00

Bacon

TOTAL P1,210.00

RAW MATERIALS FOR FRIED MASHED POTATO BALLS

(CORN BEEF)

NAME AND QUANTITY PRICE PER UNIT TOTAL COST

DESCRIPTION

5kl. P50.00 P250.00

Potato
1tray P35.00 P35.00

Egg

1000 grams P140.00 P140.00

Bread crumbs

slice P26.00 P182.00

Butter

1pack P5.00 P35.00

Salt

1pack P5.00 P35.00

Pepper
10cans/month P55.00 P550.00

Corn beef

(CDO)

TOTAL P1,400.00

RAW MATERIALS FOR FRIED MASHED POTATO BALLS

(CHICKEN)

NAME AND QUANTITY PRICE PER UNIT TOTAL COST

DESCRIPTION
5kl. P50.00 P250.00

Potato
Egg

1tray P35.00 P35.00

1000 grams P140.00 P140.00

Bread crumbs

slice P26.00 P182.00

Butter
Salt

1pack P5.00 P35.00

Pepper

1pack P5.00 P35.00


3kl P126.00 P378.00

Chicken

TOTAL P1,228.00

INDIRECT MATERIAL FOR FRIED MASHED POTATO BALLS

NAME AND QUANTITY PRICE PER UNIT TOTAL COST

DESCRIPTION
Toothpick

1 box P10.00 P10.00

50pcs P25.00 P1,250.00


Paper tray

50pcs P15.00 P750.00

St

yropore

Plastic bag

1balot P25.00 P25.00

1pack P5.00 P5.00

Ice candy bag

1pack P50.00 P50.00

Tissue

TOTAL P2,137.00

INDIRECT MATERIAL FOR SOFTDRINK

NAME AND QUANTITY PRICE PER UNIT TOTAL COST

DESCRIPTION
2 case P12.00 P24.00

Coke

2 case P13.00 P26.00

Sprite

2 case P11.00 P22.00

Royal
Mineral water

2 box P10.00 P22.00

TOTAL P94.00
GANTT CHART

This is the visual overview of BOLA DE PATATA activities to monitor and fulfil the
needed tasks indicated in the schedules below before the companys operation start.

YEAR 2015

MONTH MAY JUNE JULY

WEEK 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4

ACTIVITIES
Planning for
business
product and
company and
logo
Finding the
business
location
Conducting
survey in the
business
location for the
demographic
location
Canvassing of
machines
equipment and
office supply
Resourcing the
legal
requirements
and registering
the business
Financial aspect
and socio-
economic

Capitalization

Floor plan

MONTH AUGUST SEPTEMER


WEEK 1 2 3 4 1 2
ACTIVITIES
Clean up the store
and actual
designing of the
store
Acquiring of
equipment and
office supplies
Buying of raw
material
Outsource of
payroll
Hiring and training
of employee
Finalize the
business
document and
setting up the store
to get ready for the
opening
Product promotion
Business opening
CHAPTER V

FINANCIAL ASPECT

TOTAL PROJECTED COST

This chapter will discussed all about the financial matter of the business.

PRE-OPERATING EXPENSE

Rent P18,000.00
Raw Materials P7,102.00
Indirect Materials P2,231.00
Office Supplies P404.00
Supplies P1,243.00
TOTAL P28,980.00

ORGANIZATIONAL COST
Business Permit and Licenses P3,484.00

FIXED COST
Machineries and Equipment P17,871.50
Furniture and Fixture P2,150.00
Advertising Expense P3,942.00
Petty Cash P3,000
TOTAL P26,963.50

Working Fund P467,623.02

Capital P500,000.00
SOURCE OF FINANCING

Based on the total projected cost, BOLA DE PATATA needed an amount of Php 500,000 in

able to put up the business. The owners had decided to contribute an equal sum of Php

250,000 each coming from their savings to meet the total amount of projected cost needed to

start the business.

Major Assumptions

Sales are increased by 2% every year starting 2016.


An amount of Php 3,000 is set up for petty cash fund.
Utilities and gas expenses are increased by 2% every year starting 2016.
Supplies and office supplies are increased by 2% every year starting 2016.
Rent expense is constant in 5 years.
Advertising Expense is increased by 2% every year starting 2016.
5% of acquisition costs of machine and equipment are set up as scrap value.
3% of acquisition costs of furniture and fixture are set up as scrap value.