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H&c Coffee Shop Cafe Business Plan

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2.1        Land & building required

To open a coffee shop we need to have enough budget, because different circumstances have different investment, in general to understand the main investment costs, open coffee shop mainly by the following costs constitute the investment. Leasing of a buildings. The owner of the building and the coffee shop negotiated is a lease agreement in the form of a contract. The content of the agreement include the address, size, structure, useful life, rental cost and method of payment. Lease advantage is less investment, short recovery period, but the coffee shop in the decoration design by the original structure of the restrictions. It is because purchase of buildings is limited and if the coffee shop in a one-time investment or instalment in the form of purchase of buildings it cost many and we do not have enough budget for it.

2.2        Machinery & equipement required

H&C Coffee Shop Cafe need many machinery and equipment to start our business and the cost of all this equipment is really high. We provide all the best equipment to produce high quality and cheapest coffee to all customers.

Machinery and equipment purchase costs.

Specific equipment mainly in the following categories.

  1. 1 set of professional semi-automatic coffee machine
  2. 1 microwave oven
  3. 1 disinfection cabinet
  4. 1 sets of electric grinder
  5. 1 freezer
  6. 1 ice machine

2.3        Motor vechicle required

There is no any vechicle service needed because H&C Coffee Shop do not include take delivery for the customer and all of our coffee is actually is now do now buy.

2.4        Furniture & fittings required

There are many furniture are needed to start our coffee shop, we go to choose all the furniture and fitting need together to fill up our business environment. We also make some decoration by our own to make sure that the our business surrounding is good and can let all the customer who come have a good feeling and relax when enjoy their coffee.

Furniture and fittings purchase costs.

Specific furniture mainly in the following categories.

(a)  Tables, chairs, shelves and other office supplies.
(b)  Air-conditioning systems, security, fire protection systems, ventilation facilities.
(c)  Used in the cooking equipment, storage equipment, washing equipment, processing insulation equipment.
(d)  Products used in the production of the bar, coffee cups, filter, and other.

The cost of all the equipment and fitting take RM3300.

2.5        Renovations

All the renovation work we spent a total of 7 days to complete. Desktop turnover and climate, festivals and other factors have a greater impact on earnings. Cafes consumption is relatively high, mainly for the student population, workers, local residents and tourists coffee shop layout, style and use of materials and coffee shop renderings, plans, construction drawings of the design costs.

Decoration and decoration costs

Specific costs include the following :
(a)        External wall decoration costs. Including signs, walls, decorative costs.
(b)        Store renovation costs. Including ceilings, paints, decorations, carpentry, and so on.
(c)        The cost of other decoration materials. Glass, flooring, lighting, labor costs are also included.
The overall budget in accordance with the standard decoration costs RM200 / square meter, renovation costs a total of 200 * 10 = RM2000

2.6        Operational process (flow chart)

  1.  Gather your ingredients. You will need a Chemex brewer, filter, medium-coarse ground coffee, and cups.
  2. Grind the coffee beans. Using a burr grinder, set it for a medium-coarse grind. You will want about 6 tablespoons of ground coffee when finished.
  3. Set and rinse the filter. Place a folded Chemex filter into the cone of the carafe, with the folds toward the spout. Pour hot water through the filter to remove any paper flavor, and preheat the carafe. Let the water drain completely, then pour it out. Keep the filter sealed against the walls of the cone.
  4. Add the coffee grounds. Pour 6 tablespoons of the medium-ground coffee into the filter.
  5. Bloom the grounds. Bring the water just to a boil, and pour only just enough into the filter to saturate the grounds. Move the stream of water around to saturate all the grounds evenly, but avoid pouring too much—you want very little water actually dripping through on the first pour. Let bloom for about 30 seconds.
  6. Fill the cone. Pour water around the cone, breaking down the bloom and saturating all the grounds evenly. Fill the cone till the water's about 14 inch (0.6 cm) from the top, and let the water filter through the coffee, into the carafe.
  7. The third pour. When you see about an inch of grounds clinging to the sides of the filter, fill the cone again, pouring around the sides to wash off the dry grounds back into the mix, and fill to the top of the cone.
  8. Remove the filter. When the water has filtered through, remove the filter and put it where it can finish draining without making a mess.
  9. Drink up! Serve your coffee, creamed and sweetened and flavored to your tastes.

2.7        Production planning

Our business production planning is to produce high quality and cheapest coffee. For daily production, we are required to produce 150 cups of coffee. To produce a cup of coffee will takes times twelve to fifteen minutes. H&C Coffee Shop will provide good with high quality and cheapest coffee to the citizen everyday with limited number cup of coffee.

2.8        Capacity planning (production schedule)

We planning to produce 200 cups of high quality and cheapest coffee in a day but we are no really comfirm that all of the coffee can be sold in a day so we decided to reduce the production by one quarter from 200 cups of coffee to 150 cups of coffee a day to avoid wasting, because if the rest of the sale cannot be sold we will get lose.

 2.9        Running huors per day

Our business is open for thirteen hours a day for Monday to Sunday. Our business will open at 8 in the morning and close when the quantities of the coffee for the day have been sold out. We are not open at public holiday. The following table shows the time of our business everyday.




8 a.m. until 9 p.m.


8 a.m. until 9 p.m.


8 a.m. until 9 p.m.


8 a.m. until 9 p.m.


8 a.m. until 9 p.m.


8 a.m. until 9 p.m.


8 a.m. until 9 p.m.



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