60's Diner

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Chapter I


This aspect of Feasibility Study discusses all the details with regards to the Executive Summary of the proposed project study. It also contains the five major components of the study including Management and Personnel Feasibility, Marketing Feasibility, Technical Feasibility, Financial Feasibility and Socio-Economic Feasibility.

Highlights of the Study 60’s Diner is one place to remember when looking for a good place to eat. Waitresses serve food by moving around on skates, giving that all 60’s feel. We put up this business because this restaurant provides fairly fast and friendly service. We loved its uniqueness compared with the other businesses.It is designed by a group of students where they can provide a unique type of Diner that they can convince and attract different types of people. 60’S Diner is a restaurant that is a partnership business organization which is composed of seven (7) partners, namely, Antonio, Jennica; Austria, Cyrille; Baluyot, Babylyn Roxinne; Corpuz, Kim; Domingo, Charmaine; Empemano, Julie; Millena, and Maria Fatima who will contribute 500,000 pesos each for a total capital of 3,500,000 million pesos to start up the business. The partners decided to rent a space located at 480 Mayon, Sta. Mesa Heights, Quezon City. It has 300 square meters rectangular in shape and it cost 200 pesos per square meters for a total of 60,000 pesos monthly rental fee. The location is very accessible and safe.

Management and Personnel Feasibility The establishment is composed of 29 employees. The management is required to put the best and right personnel in the right position to make sure that every personnel will do their tasks effectively and efficiently.The researchers adopted the line business organization. The 60’s Diner organization chart shows the specific…...

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