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48 Seat Restaurant Feasibility Report

Over the course of the last 2 decades a tremendous amount of growth has happened in food industry leading to the rise of fast food restaurant chains, hotels and nightlife covering a wide range of styles, presentations and quality, and currently there are over 70 different indigenous fast-food franchises and countless number of restaurants in Nigeria. More Nigerians will eat out more due to work pressure and lack of power to store cooked food at home. The Nigerian restaurant and drinks industry is fast growing because Nigerians enjoy social life and hanging out.

This feasibility report is for a 48 seat restaurant and bar.


Description

During the 60s, 70s and the early 80s, the organized fast-food sector in Nigeria was predominantly controlled by the multinational companies. As Nigerians travelled, they also acquired western tastes. There was a craving for western standard of life especially amongst the Nigerian elite living in the big cities such as Lagos, Port Harcourt, Ibadan, and Enugu. On hand to satisfy such cravings were multinational companies such as Leventis, UTC, and Kingsway, which in the 80s and 90s, had supermarkets and snacks bars in the big cities.

The Nigerian fast-food industry entered another major phase in 1985, when the United African Company (UAC) launched the Mr. Biggs brand, Nigeria’s biggest fast-food franchise. With the advent of Mr. Biggs, the fast-food industry changed. Mr. Biggs was like a fast-food revolution, an idea that was long overdue. This began the boom in the fast food and restaurant industry, people began to view the industry as lucrative, and as the population grew so did the demand for more restaurants.

Over the course of the last 2 decades a tremendous amount of growth has happened in this industry leading to the rise of fast food restaurant chains, hotels and Nightlife covering a wide range of styles, presentations and quality, currently there are over 70 different indigenous fast-food franchises and countless number of restaurants in Nigeria. More Nigerians will eat out more due to work pressure and lack of power to store cooked food at home. The Nigerian restaurant and drinks industry is fast growing because Nigerians enjoy social life and hanging out.

This feasibility report is for a 48 seat restaurant and bar.

 

Table of Contents - Feasibility Report

1. Glossary

2. List of Acronyms

3. Executive summary

4. The Business Opportunity

·         Problems worth solving

·         Solutions

·         About the Project

5. Business Environment review

6. Description of the industry

·         Industry size

·         Key Players

·         Industry trends

7. Description of the Market

·         Profiles of Market Segments and amount spent

·         Market trends

8. Operational plan

·         Product or Service offerings

·         Production Types

·         Capacity, size and types of Facilities and Equipment

·         Supply chain description and major suppliers

·         Production Process

·         Regulatory requirements

9. Personnel needed and availability

10. Five years financial Planning Model with

  •          Sensitivity Analysis

·         Costs and Revenue Assumptions

·         Balance Sheet

·         Income Statement

·         Cash flow statement

·         Investment analysis

·         Financial Ratios

 11. Risk analysis and Mitigation

12. Conclusion

13. References

14. Appendices

 

 

 

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