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Located on national highway 1 Between Khanna and Doraha Opposite Gurudwara Singh Sabha Within 7 acres of land
Unleaded petrol and diesel Turbojet diesel Power petrol Oil, car-accessories, etc. Air In and out stores Deli items, drinks and bakery goods
F.C Modern Dhaba(veg and non veg) A small refreshment park with swings and kid games Grocery products Pollution check .cont d K.
Price Fuel price will be at market price The margin on eatables would be 25% and on rest items it would be 30%(deli items) There would be on an average 20% margin on dhaba food The items of in and out stores and bakery goods would be outsourced with on an average margin of 35% .
.Place Located on NH1 between Doraha and Khanna. it is 30 km from Ludhiana and 7 km from Khanna would be built in 7 acres of land.
and Delhi) costing Rs. Inaugural add on Hindustan Times 6 by 6 inches costing Rs.Khanna. Hoardings in the main cities (Amritsar. 25 lakhs for a year.Ludhiana.Promotion Hoardings on every forth km at light pillar from Amritsar to Delhi costing Rs. 35000 at front page. 7 to 8 lakhs for a year. .
Cont d Television add costing Rs.5 lakhs approx TRIAL STRATEGY . 2. 2 lakhs at local channels of the main cities There would be greenery all over the place Inauguration by jimmy shergil costing Rs.
P Target market1. All transportation segment(cars. Men. children 3. buses etc.T. trucks. 10 to 45 years of age 2.S. women.) . Middle and high class people 4.
Positioning We are positioning our projectAll in one spot with refreshing environment .
but for those who are looking for healthy.Strategy Go green food and filling station will focus on becoming a routine stop for the commuter traffic on NH 1. or need to pick up some small grocery item on their way home. . it will be a friendly place to stop for tired commuters. heavy meals on their drive. Go green food and filling station will aim to be more than a filling station to its customers. tasty snack. not for those people who just need fuel.
There is no closest competitors within 100 KMs(approx) Quality deli. grocery productswhile buying fuel.Go green food and filling station is located on NH1 between Doraha and Khanna.Competitive advantage Location. The commuters will soon regard Go green food and filling station as an invaluable time saver in the day. or buy something to take home. . in and out stores. commuters will now be able to pick lunch.
Good quality food veg and non veg both heavy and light Punjabi food would attract the food lover who loves to eat and who needs to eat. .cont d Modern dhaba.
Supplier for petroleum products Petrol and diesel from ambala Petroleum products from ambala .
Supplier for other products All products will be purchased from local vendors of Punjab Products like vegetables. meat products. grocery products will be supplied by local vendors on contract basis .
Go green food and filling station HR and Operational plan .
Grievances and lawsuits lead to: Increased costs that affect your profits Increased turnover Negative morale . Failing to implement policies and job descriptions leaves your company open to legal challenges.Why companies need HR policies and Job Description Straight-forward. clear and concise HR policies and job descriptions are important for a number of reasons. especially if you inconsistently apply your human resources policies and your pay structure/system. grievances and lawsuits.
10 waiters(Rs 2500 each) 2. 1 supervisor(Rs 8000) 3. 1 manager(Rs 10000 . 8 filling man(6 at day.HUMAN RESOURCE PLANNING (Personnel) Filling station 1.2 at night) (Rs4000 each) 1. 1 office manager(Rs10000) Modern dhaba 1.
C 1. 2 cleaners(Rs3000 each) .F.Cont d 4. 3 chefs(Rs3500) 5. 8 base persons(Rs 4500 each)(including managers) 3. Franchise cost: $360000(Rs17280000) 2. 4 chefs(Rs 4500 each) 4. 2 assistant chefs(Rs2200) K.
1 main manager(Rs18000) 2.Cont d Amusement park: 1. 1 manager(Rs4500) Over all: 1. 4 security guard(Rs 3000 each) . 4 cleaners(Rs2200 each) 2.
4. 2. 2.HR policies Recruitment policy 1. 3. 5. Adds Expertise Recruit proficient employes Attendance policy 1. Recognize and deal with common attendance problems Prevent potential sick leave abuse Manage annual leave fairly and consistently Discourage tardiness and unexcused absences Handle special leave situations Job rotation Incentives and bonus Provide fair compensation . 3.
5. 6. Manage by teamwork and objectives Promote self-reliance Engender trust Solve conflicts Encourage and acknowledge good performances Set an example . 2. 4. 3.Cont d Leadership principles: 1.
Cont d Training and timely induction programs Affirmative actions and equity policy Grievance procedure: 1. 2. Formal discussion Informal discussion .
Job analysis Job duties/job purpose Job criteria / results Records and Reports Supervisor Authority Working instruments Health and safety Working conditions Responsibilities Knowledge Skills/ Experience Abilities required .
which are actions taken when performing the satisfactory Determine the frequency of duties( daily. knowledge and ability) Determine the physical. determine the duties. monthly) Determine the requirement of the position(skills.Job description Determine the major functions Determine the percentage of these functions in relation to the total job For each function. weekly . environmental and special demands Write the summary statement providing the brief job overview .
4. 3. 4. Supervisor: Organize work flow Training Establishing procedures Key entry and verifying Staffing 1. 5. 4. 2. Typing Correspondence Public contact/reception Conference coordination Filing 1. Manager: Budgetary analysis Contact and grant administration Supervision of personnel resources Material management . 3. 2. 5. 3. 2.Some examples Assistant : 1.
o How it is done (procedures. tools. . A duty is one of the work operations that is a logical. It should show: o What is done (action). procedures and techniques by which functions are carried out. essential step in the performance of a function. materials. or equipment). It defines the methods. 2. o Why it is done (purpose). 3.Duties 1.
Staffing: Initiates personnel actions including selecting new employees. student and other statistical data. recommending salary increases. conducting performance evaluations. research. providing counseling on disciplinary problems and recommending corrective actions in order to maintain effective staffing and production levels.Some examples Assistant: 1. and faculty. Budgetary analysis: Plans and prepares the annual budget by integrating departmental goals and program plans. Manager: 1. . laboratory and administrative requirements.
Direction²indicates that the incumbent establishes procedures for attaining specific goals and objectives in a broad area of work.Cont d TYPE OF SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Close Supervision²indicates that the incumbent is assigned duties according to specific procedures. General Direction²indicates that the incumbent receives guidance in terms of broad goals and overall objectives and is responsible for establishing the methods to attain them. . Generally the incumbent is in charge of an area of work. Supervision²indicates that the incumbent performs a variety of routine duties within established policies and procedures or by referral to the supervisor's guidelines. General Supervision²indicates that the incumbent develops procedures for performance of variety of duties. and in addition there may be formal training. Work is checked frequently. or performs complex duties within established policy guidelines. and typically formulates policy for this area but does not necessarily have final authority for approving policy. Only the final results of work done are typically reviewed. Incumbent typically develops procedures within the limits of established policy guidelines.
the operational plan may seem mundane but it will outline some very important answers to such fundamental questions such as: Who is doing what? What are the day to day activities? How will the suppliers and vendors be used? Who are the suppliers? What are the labor requirements? What are the sources of raw materials? .Operational plan As a business plan reviewer and analyst. That is. how are you going to get your product out of the production stage to the doorstep of you target customer. I find it amazing how many entrepreneurs give this section the least weight or skip it altogether. The operational plan is an essential component to your business plan and it tells the reviewer how your going to get your product/service out to market. I know.
Cont d Petrol pump: 1. Minimum level would 1000 litres in every category 5. Turbo diesel(5000) and normal(10000) 2. Total litres at one time(45000) Categorized as: 1. 2t mix(10000) 4. Power petrol(7500) and normal(12500) 3. Office manager would be responsible for its inventory management .
Everyday check up of inventory would be done by its manager . Vegetables and chicken from local wholesalers near Khanna and Doraha 2. Quality check and routine follow up of the inventory Modern dhaba: 1.Cont d 6. Minimum level of any vegetable would be 50 kilos and chicken would be 80 in numbers(broilers) 3.
2 sweepers and 1 supervisor would look after the cleanliness and management of the park 2.F.C: 1.Cont d Amusement park: 1. 1 person would look after the children K. Every material from the local vendors as per the required standards of kfc 2. Every day routine check up on inventory by the managers .
the financial plan section of the business plan consists of three financial statements. the income statement. the cash flow projection and the balance sheet and a brief explanation/analysis of these three statements. Basically. but the financial plan section is the section that determines whether or not your business idea is viable. and is a key component in determining whether or not your business plan is going to be able to attract any investment in your business idea. .Financial plan It's at the end of your business plan.
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