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Feasibility Report on Internet Cafe

Feasibility Report on Internet Cafe



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This objective of this document is to provide information regarding investmentopportunity for setting up an Internet Café, with focus on product differentiationi.e., providing some unique services (Video/Audio Chat, Web Developing) whichare not offered by a typical Internet Café. The business can be established in anyof the major cities of the country.
For operating and establishing
“SunShine Internet Café”,
we are having someobjectives.
To earn profit at less investments.
To satisfy our customers providing best quality service at effective price.
Providing the service at low cost by providing the best quality at affordableprice.
To know a fair return on the capital invested by the owner 
To achieve the economies of scale to minimize costs while maximizingvalue to Customers.
To achieve leadership, core and functional competencies internet cafebusiness
As the Internet spins a web of interconnectivity around the globe, as it growsliterally by the hour, India is struggling, not to catch up but to keep from fallingfurther and further behind. There has been a great increase in Indian content onthe Internet. Many net entrepreneurs have been quick to realize the hugepotential of the global market. Initially, most sites targeted the global Diaspora of Overseas Indians who had more access to the Internet, not to mention the creditcards that drive Net commerce. But there is a growing realization that the Netcan reach the large and wealthy Indian Middle class. This group is rapidlyplugging into the Net (still out of range for most people here) and there isincreased use of credit cards. The Internet represents so much potential for India, and the demand for efficient Internet infrastructure is growing rapidly. Thisis where India has been failing. The demand has not yet been met efficiently andthis represents an enormous barrier to business and societal development. thegovernment, which has monopolized infrastructure development until recently,has recognized it must not hold back this development. They have opened theindustry to private entrants and promised support. In practice, though, the vastbureaucracies that implement (theoretically) the government programs havemoved sluggishly and ineffectively. For instance, the private ISPs that wereallowed were initially required to acquire their bandwidth from VSNL whichwanted a country wide monopoly on this lucrative sector. The result, new userssigning up competed for increasingly limited bandwidth. Now the ISPs havebeen allowed to establish their own gateways but the effect has not yet been feltextensively. The DOT, responsible for providing phone lines to ISPs lagged waybehind and the new providers are often left with far too few lines to service theincreased demand. Lease lines are reduced, though still very expensive -approximately $1000 per month for a 64 Kpbs line. Businesses are relying moreand more on aspects of the Internet. Email, for instance, is a huge asset tocompanies. And more and more companies are entering into web relatedbusiness activities, like web site creation, software development, and variousservice oriented businesses that utilize the Net, like medical transcription or dataprocessing for overseas companies. As the internet demographic becomes moremainstream India is going to a prime battleground for internet business over thenext five years. the Internet Service Providers Association of India (ISPAI) wasset up in 1998 with a mission to 'Promote Internet for the benefit of all'. ISPAI isthe collective voice of the ISP fraternity and by extension the entire Internetcommunity. Over the years ISPAI has helped influence, shape and mould thetelecom policies, so that ISPs and entrepreneurs in the business of Internet cansetup and grow their services in an environment that is supportive and enabling.
 Here in India there is 32.1 million peoples are internet users. So there is a greatopportunity for India. India's Internet population stands at 32.1 million and is allset to grow to a 100 million by 2007-08. Internet Users in last few years in India:
Internet Users60000000600000006000000018481000184810007000000700000045000000100000002000000030000000400000005000000060000000700000002001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Years
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Source : http://www.indexmundi.com/g/g.aspx

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i really need a help pls
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I am an Enterprenuer that start a business very soon,where given an opportunity on the feasibility study report that is the main reason i am looking for way out pls? your report and it is so interesting me to write as my feasibility study report .but Ur document is lock or protected.

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