1.0 Executive Summary
2.0 Company Ownership
2.1 Start-up Summary
2.2 Company Location
3.1 Service Description
4.0 Market Segmentation
5.0 Financial Plan
JavaNet Internet Cafe
1.0 Executive Summary
JavaNet, unlike a typical cafe, will provide a unique forum for communication and entertainment through the medium of the Internet. JavaNet is the answer to an increasing demand. The public wants: (1) access to the methods of communication and volumes of information now available on the Internet, and (2) access at a cost they can afford and in such a way that they aren't socially, economically, or politically isolated. JavaNet's goal is to provide the community with a social, educational, entertaining, atmosphere for worldwide communication.
This business plan is prepared to obtain financing in the amount of $24,000. The supplemental financing is required to begin work on site preparation and modifications, equipment purchases, and to cover expenses in the first year of operations. Additional financing has already been secured in the form of: (1) $24,000 from a Bank (2) $19,000 of personal savings from owner Petrenko Oleg (3) $36,000 from three investors (4) and $9,290 in the form of short-term loans.
JavaNet will be incorporated as an LLC corporation. This will shield the owner Petrenko Oleg, and the three outside investors, Bogomaz Vitaliy, Eroshevich Evgeniy, and Lebedev Maxim, from issues of personal liability and double taxation. The investors will be treated as shareholders and therefore will not be liable for more than their individual personal investment of $12,000 each.
JavaNet's objectives for the first three years of operation include:
- The creation of a unique, upscale, innovative environment that will differentiate JavaNet from local coffee houses.
- Educating the community on what the Internet has to offer.
- The formation...
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