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Project Financial Plan

Project Financial Plan

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A plan using DCF techniques
A plan using DCF techniques

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Published by: povenesan on Sep 09, 2009
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Name : K.Povenesan Student ID : 1191543
Cover Sheet for Individual Assignments
Name:
Povenesan Krishnan Muthi
Student ID No:
1191543
Course Name:
Master of Project Management
 Subject Name:
Project and Innovation Finance and Accounting
Assignment number:
4
Due Date:
7
th
September’2009
Lecturer Data Stamp (Office Use Only)
KEEP A COPY
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In any case where a student has been involved in plagiarism or collusion, this will be reported to theDean. It may be reported to Student Administration and recorded on the student’s academic file. Inany case where a student has been involved in plagiarism or collusion in an assessable task themarks awarded for that task will be zero, and no substitution of an alternative task will normally bepermitted. In any case in which a student has been involved in plagiarism or collusion the Dean mayrefer it to the Departmental Assessment Committee under the terms of Statute Chapter XII. Where anallegation is substantiated, penalties may include exclusion from the University or a substantial fine.
DECLARATION
I declare that this submission is our own work and does not involve plagiarism or collusion. I givepermission for my assignment to be scanned for electronic checking of plagiarism.
Signed:
K.Povenesan
Date: 6
th
Sept’2009WORD COUNT: 2095 words
 
Name : K.Povenesan Student ID : 1191543 PIFA Assignment 4
1.Executive Summary
Marrow Choices (here after will be known as MC) is a young and promising that is rapidly expanding itsbusiness locally. Marrow Choices is the answer to an increasing demand from market on differentiatedhealthy and nutritious breads and cakes. Our target market wants:
Neighborhood businesses in City of Singapore
Great bread, cakes and cookies at a competitive price
A healthy and diet supplement for daily consumptionsThe objectives of this report is two fold. Firstly, an longitudinal analysis of MC to better understand theproject alternatives in the context of food & beverage industry it operates.This report is prepared to obtain supplemental financing is required to prepare the selected site,purchase equipment, and cover expenses during the first year of operation. This financing will allow MC tosuccessfully open and maintain operations. The large initial capital investment will allow MC to provide itscustomers with an inviting atmosphere and quality products. Successful operation in year one will provideMC with a customer base that will allow it to be self sufficient in year two onwards.Even with our conservative sales forecast, we will maintain a positive cash flow from 3
rd
year onwards,repay the loan in 4 years, and have a positive net worth over by year three. It is been projected that netprofits will increase 20% over the next three years. With SWOT analysis and define the way to drive thebusiness. It is planned to reach our breakeven point within two year from launch and to earn doublerevenue within five years.Secondly, brief estimates of projected cash flow of MC’s continued expansion plans are highlighted withDiscounted Cash Flow Analysis.Thirdly, strategic issues facing by MC’s proposed projects being tabled in details.To this end, a financial overview of proposed projects is conducted to outline its financial performanceare highlighted with proposed solutions an recommendations.
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Name : K.Povenesan Student ID : 1191543 PIFA Assignment 4
Table of Contents
2.Introduction
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