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  • A survey to investigate the sales of cakoi
    1stapril 2010
    Chakuay!
  • OUTLINE
    Introduction
    Background of the “cakoi” stall
    Objective
    Contents
    Tables & Graphs
    Findings
    Conclusion
    Recommendations
  • INTRODUCTION
    Set up 10 years ago
    Located at the T-junction of Telanai, BSB
  • BACKGROUND OF STALL
    Open from 8.30 am – 11 am, 2.30 pm – 5.30 pm, except on Sunday (off-day)
    Sells the “cakoi” in 2 types of flavours:
    Kaya + Butter
    Family-owned Business
    Sells snacks and drinks as well
  • OBJECTIVES
    To find the income from sales of “cakoi” in a week
    Projection of 1-month sales
    Projection of 1-year “cakoi” sales
    To find whether the business is successfulor not
    Finding the overall average sales per week, and per month
  • CONTENT – TABLE
    Table 1 shows the figure transferred from our tally
  • Table 2 – shows the estimated daily sales (based on 6 hours/day)
  • Table 3 – Predicted MARCH sales
  • FINDINGS
    The “cakoi” is simply delicious and crunchy
    Survey forms are not suitable
    Talliesaremore appropriate
    Low cost (family-owned business)
    No rent, stall is self-owned
    Very little investment in equipment
  • Prediction of sale of “cakoi” for the Year 2010
  • CONCLUSION
    • LOW-COSTBusiness:
    Low laborcost,
    Low daily capital/expenses needed,
    Low capital investment.
    • It sells signature products.
    • However, the business area is not located strategically.
  • RECOMMENDATIONS
    Extend BUSINESS HOURS
    Open BRANCHESin other areas
    Widen the RANGEof their products
    Move from the existing BUSINESS LOCATIONto another strategic location
    RENOVATE their stall