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  • 1. Final Examination BUSINESS FEASIBILITY STUDY Made Padmi S (3094702) Eka Darmadi L (3094802) Levina Rolanda T (3094804) Niki Jayanthi (3095803) Rafika Wendy S (3095807) Zaynab M (3112715) Yongjing S (3112737) Faculty of Business and Economics University of Surabaya 2012
  • 2. MARKETING ASPECTS Business Review 1. Change Nowadays, there are some diseases threaten people that caused by unhealthy food and environment such as diabetes mellitus, cholesterol etc and pollution in metropolitan city. From those phenomena, therefore people become more concern on choosing healthy food and beverages. However, in Surabaya, there are still not so many café which sell healthy food and beverages. Moreover, in today’s emerging economy condition in Indonesia especially in Surabaya it opens the business opportunity and growing economic welfare to Surabaya people. Therefore, Green Palace comes to meet and fulfill this need with healthy yummy food and beverages. 2. Customer Green Palace customers are those people whom concern about healthy yet delicacy; those people are coming from the middle up class which fond of to maintain their health by consuming healthy foods and beverages with quality. But this also means to give the opportunity to other people who want to try and have the experience of healthy yummy foods and beverages. 3. Competitor Green Palace bringing concept of healthy yummy café, it serves healthy yummy foods and fresh fruit juice which is the first in Surabaya, but it has a competitor The Harvest. The Harvest serves beverages and pastry. 4. Company Owner : Group Name : Green Palace
  • 3. Address : JL. Ir. Soekarno (beside Cak Har) Business Type : Café with healthy yummy foods and beverages Main Product : pastry and juice MARKET SEGMENTATION Market segmentation is defined in some aspects, as the following:  Geographically We split our customers by two types, a. dine in customers the dine in customers are included of those customers whom coming and enjoying our foods and beverages into GREEN PALACE cafe. b. the hospital customers the hospital customers meaning that GREEN PALACE and some big reputation hospitals like Surabaya International Hospital, Siloam Hospital, Mitra Keluarga Hospital, Husada Utama Hospital, William Booth Hospital etc, we make partnership with these hospitals as the main supplier for the foods for those patients in these hospitals. Here the following are the list of hospitals in Surabaya, which GREEN PALACE will gain some of them as our corporate customers: the data taken from http://docnetters.wordpress.com/2011/01/31/daftar- nama-alamat-rumah-sakit-di-surabaya-berdasar-wilayah/ Surabaya Areas Name of Hospital East Surabaya 1. RSUD Muh. Soewandi
  • 4. Jl. Tambak Rejo No. 45-47, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 3717141 2. RSU Haji Jl. Manyar Kertoadi, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 5947760 3. RSB St Melania Jl. Tambaksari No. 7, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 5032854 4. RSB Pura Raharja Jl. Pucang Adi No. 12 – 14, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 5022151 5. RS Siloam Gleneagles Jl. Raya Gubeng No. 70, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 5031333 6. RS Gotong Royong Jl. Manyar Kartika IV No. 2 – 6, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 5947572 7. RSA & B Siti Aisyah Jl. Pacarkeling No. 15A, Surabaya Telp. (031) 5035053 8. RS Putri Jl. Arief Rachman Hakim No. 122, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 5999987 9. RS Surabaya Internasional Jl. Nginden Intan Barat B Telp. (031) – 5993211 10. RSJ Menur Jl. Menur No. 120, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 5021635 North Surabaya 1. RSAL Tanjung Perak Jl. Laksdya M Nasir No. 56, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 3293536 2. RS AAL Jl. Moro Krembangan, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 3291092
  • 5. 3. RS AL Pal Jl. Taruna No. 66 – 68 Ujung, Surabaya 4. RSB Adi Guna Jl. Alun-alun Rangkah No. 1 – 3, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 3711851 5. RS Muhammadiyah Jl. KH M Mansyur No. 180 – 182, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 3522980 6. RS Al-Irsyad Jl. KH M Mansyur No. 210 – 214, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 3531223 7. RS Pelabuhan Jl. Kalianget No. 1 – 2, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 3294801 South Surabaya 1. RSAD Jl. Ksatrian No.17, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 5681635 2. RSAL. Dr. Ramelan Jl. Gadung No. 1, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 843 8153 3. RSB Kartika Jaya Jl. Ngagel Jaya Utara 2AB, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 5042395 4. RS Bhakti Rahayu Jl. Ketintang Madya I No. 16, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 8291799 5. RS Bhayangkara Jl. Jend. A. Yani No. 116, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 8292227 6. RS Griya Husada Jl. Dukuh Pakis No. 2, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 5617163
  • 6. 7. RS Sumber Kasih Jl. Menganti Kedurus No. 38 – 40, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 7663986 8. RS Islam Surabaya Jl. Jemursari No. 51 – 57, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 8437784 9. RS Islam Surabaya Jl. Jend. A. Yani No. 2 – 4, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 8281744 Central Surabaya 1. RS Mata Undaan Jl. Undaan Kulon No. 19, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 5343806 2. RS Darmo Jl. Raya Darmo No. 90, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 5676253 3. RS Katolik St Vincentius A Paulo Jl. Diponegoro No. 51 Telp. (031) – 5677562 4. RS Penyakit Dalam Mukti Mulia Jl. Kayoon 1 – 3 – 5, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 5345426 5. RS William Booth Jl. Diponegoro No. 34, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 5678917 6. RS. Mardi Sentosa Jl. Demak No. 443, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 3555821 7. RSUD Dr. Sutomo Jl. Prof Dr. Mustopo No.68, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 5020079 8. RS Husada Utama Jl. Prof. Dr. Moestopo No. 31 – 33 – 35, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 5017975
  • 7. 9. RS Adi Husada Undaan Wetan Jl. Undaan Wetan No. 40 – 44, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 5321256 10. RS Adi Husada Kapasari Jl. Kapasari No. 97 – 101, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 3764555 11. RS Lanu Surabaya Jl. Serayu No. 17, Surabaya West Surabaya 1. RS Marinir Gunung Sari Jl. Golf No. 1, Surabaya telp. (031) – 5663539 2. RS Islam Jl. Raya Benowo No. 5, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 7406293 3. RS Mitra Keluarga Jl. Satelit Indah II, Surabaya Telp. (031) – 7345333  Demography In targeting the market by the demography, we target our customers from the age range from Population in Surabaya with age 15-75 are about 1.988.878 people (taken from BPS). Nowadays, the market segment of our product is about population in Surabaya with the middle-up scale. Population of Surabaya with the expenditure ≥ Rp 900.000 (middle-up scale): 49,79 %.  Psychographic In targeting its market in psychographic segment, our product is targeting people from middle up class and who aware about healthy life and healthy food. People who want to make their life healthier and keep it.
  • 8. POSITIONING We have a motto, “healthy green” by this tag line our company position its products as product which embrace a philosophy of being healthy products which use all fresh ingredients and nutritious for the body. It uses high quality ingredients and without using any artificial sweetener, coloring, and free of preservative. It makes healthy food and beverage yet delicacy is embraced as well. POTENTIAL MARKET Green Palace is the only one cafe which offers the Surabaya people with healthy foods and beverages. The customers can enjoy our fresh and healthy foods and beverages in our cafe with calming and relaxing ambiance. We also offer high quality products. Table 1 Surabaya population based on age and gender Source: Surabaya City Central Board of Statistic BPS Kota Surabaya
  • 9. Percentage for the age 15-64 year Total of Surabaya people whom aged from 15-64 : Total Surabaya population= 1,921,321/2,599,796= 73,8% Table 2 Number of population based on gender in Surabaya Sub district Male Female Total Central Surabaya 01 Tegalsari 56.291 56.418 112.709 Age Range male female total 0-4 107,315 102,191 209,506 9-May 100,202 95,281 195,483 14-Oct 91,782 89,943 181,725 15-19 122,949 141,972 264,921 20-24 155,841 173,873 329,714 25-29 157,667 160,583 318,250 30-34 130,121 125,968 256,089 35-39 104,345 105,256 209,501 40-44 88,412 85,254 173,666 45-49 70,249 65,009 135,528 50-54 48,843 47,275 96,118 55-59 39,611 36,553 76,164 60-64 29,622 31,559 61,181 65-69 18,719 21,619 40,338 70-74 12,621 15,317 27,938 75+ 10,614 14,003 24,167 total 1,288,118 1,311,678 2,599,796
  • 10. 02 Genteng 32.105 32.714 64.819 03 Bubutan 55.489 54.966 110.455 04 Simokerto 48.908 49.265 98.173 Total Population of Central Surabaya 386156 North Surabaya 05 Pabean Cantika 44.242 42.671 86.913 06 Semampir 90.679 88.810 179.489 07 Krembangan 58.115 57.703 116.818 08 Kenjeran 50.809 49.440 100.249 09 Bulak 15.636 15.328 30.964 Total population of North Surabaya 514433 East Surabaya 10 Tambaksari 102.410 102.290 205.330 11 Gubeng 73.312 73.955 147.267 12 Rungkut 40.865 40.128 80.993 13 Tenggilis Mejoyo 25.064 24.677 49.741 14 Gunung Anyar 20.515 20.075 40.590 15 Sukolilo 45.007 44.346 89.353 16 Mulyorejo 35.226 35.221 70.447 Total population of East Surabaya 683721 Surabaya South 17 Sawahan 105.966 105.720 211.686 18 Wonokromo 89.751 88.183 177.934 19 Krangpilang 31.948 31.061 63.009 20 Dukuh Pakis 27.199 26.693 53.892 21 Wiyung 26.995 26.584 53.579 22 Wonocolo 37.470 36.932 74.402
  • 11. 23 Gayungan 20.896 20.384 41.244 24 Jambangan 19.232 18.868 38.100 Total population of South Surabaya 713846 West Surabaya 25 Tandes 49.957 43.184 93.141 26 Sukomanuggal 45.225 44.119 89.344 27 Asemrowo 16.770 15.991 32.761 28 Benowo 18.062 17.595 35.657 29 Lakarsantri 20.689 30.258 50.947 30 Pakal 15.862 15.502 31.364 31 Sambilkerep 22.287 21.909 44.196 Total population of West Surabaya 377410 Total population of Surabaya 2.675.566 Sumber: Surabaya City Central Board of Statistic BPS Kota Surabaya tahun 2004  Total number of population in Central Surabaya age from 15-60 Percentage of potential market x population of central Surabaya = 73,8% x 386,156= 284,983 people  Total number of population in West Surabaya age from 15-60 Percentage of potential market x population of West Surabaya = 73,8% x 377,140= 278,329 people  Percentage of population in West and Central Surabaya Total of the population in West and Central Surabaya/total population of Surabaya x 100%= 21% Table 3 Percentage of Expenditure of Household
  • 12. Expenditure Surabaya Surabaya Center North East South West <200.000 1,25 3,13 0,39 0,59 0,82 1,05 200.000 – 299.999 8,44 10,94 3,75 3,63 3,94 5,41 300.000 – 399.999 18,91 17,19 7,58 7,18 11,24 11,23 400.000 – 499.999 12,97 17,97 11,48 10,73 11,38 12,42 500.000 – 599.999 12,97 12,11 11,02 11,91 12,28 11,94 600.000 – 699.999 10,78 8,59 9,61 10,98 14,06 11,06 700.000 – 799.999 7,66 6,25 9,61 11,06 8,48 8,91 800.000 – 899.999 4,84 3,26 9,3 12,16 8,71 8,36 900.000 – 999.999 5,00 3,91 4,92 5,07 4,69 4,75 1.000.000 – 1.124.000 5,47 3,26 6,25 6,93 4,54 5,43 1.125.000 – 1.249.999 3,28 2,99 4,38 2,53 4,91 3,76 > 1.250. 000 8,44 10,42 21,72 17,23 14,96 15,66 Amount 100 100 100 100 100 100 Source: Surabaya City Central Board of Statistic BPS Kota Surabaya  Potential market for the central Surabaya with the expenditure more than Rp 1.250.000,00 is 8.44% x 284,983= 24,053 people  Potential market for West Surabaya with the expenditure more than Rp 1.250.000,00 is 14.96 % x 278,329= 41,638 people The total number of potential market with expenditure of more than Rp 1,250,000 in Surabaya is 24,053 + 41,638= 65,691 people Market Share Prediction of the monthly coming customers/total potential market in Surabaya x 100%= 2,490/65,691 x 100%= 3.79 %
  • 13. Our market share prediction is assumed by we will get 83 customers daily, thus monthly customers whom coming are 2,490 customers. Market Growth Prediction Table 4 Population Growth in year 2002-2007 Year Male Female Total % Growth 2002 1262284 1266184 2529468 - 2003 1337982 1321584 2659566 0,051 2004 1353886 1337780 2691666 0,012 2005 1377951 1362539 2740490 0,018 2006 1399385 1384811 2784196 0,016 2007 1421510 1407976 2829486 0,016 Source : Surabaya Dalam Angka 2008 page. 73  The average of population growth in Surabaya (0.051+0.012+0.018+0.016+0.016)/6 = 0.0226  Prediction of the upcoming year : The formula of prediction for year x (1+ average growth) *total number of population in a year before Year 2011 =(1 + 0,0226)* 3025693 = 3033560 Year 2012 =(1 + 0,0226)* 3033560 = 3041447 Year 2013 =(1 + 0,0226)* 3041447 = 3110184 Year 2014 =(1 + 0,0226)* 3110184 = 3180475 Year 2015 =(1 + 0,0226)* 3180475 = 3252354 Year 2016 =(1 + 0,0226)* 3252354 = 3325858 Year 2017 =(1 + 0,0226)* 3325858 = 3401023
  • 14. Year 2018 =(1 + 0,0226)* 3401023 = 3477887 Year 2019 =(1 + 0,0226)* 3477887 = 3556488 Year 2020 =(1 + 0,0226)* 3556488 = 3636865
  • 15.  The prediction of population surrounding our cafe of West and Central Surabaya in year: Tahun Population percentage Total population of Surabaya Prediction of the Population 2013 21% 3110184 653139 2014 21% 3180475 667900 2015 21% 3252354 682994 2016 21% 3325858 698430 2017 21% 3401023 714215 2018 21% 3477887 730356 2019 21% 3556488 746862 2020 21% 3636865 763742  Selling Prediction of our products: With the assumption of yearly purchasing amount of each customer will spend about Rp 400,000 and with market share of 3.79% from the population of West and Central Surabaya. Year Prediction of market Share Prediction of Population The customers Total Selling (Rp) 2013 3.79 % 653139 24,752 9,900,800,000 2014 3.79 % 667900 25,313 10,125,200,000 2015 3.79 % 682994 25,885 10,354,000,000 2016 3.79 % 698430 26,470 10,588,000,000 2017 3.79 % 714215 27,068 10,827,200,000 2018 3.79 % 730356 27,680 11,072,000,000 2019 3.79 % 746862 28,306 11,322,400,000 2020 3.79 % 763742 28,945 11,578,000,000
  • 16. TOWS analysis GREEN Palace STRENGTHS - We are not only selling but also educating people by giving explanation about the benefit of our fruit and vegetables products. - Provides some nutritionists so that customers can share their problems and nutritionist will solve their problem. - GREEN Palace brings the natural atmosphere. For example, some of the places surrounded by grassland. - Provides a mini garden - Guarantee services. When our employees don’t give smiling face to the customers, they (customers) have the right to get a voucher. OPPORTUNITIES - As there are few competitors, GREEN Palace can lead the market share - There is a possibility to control upstream and downstream phase (from production to product distribution). WEAKNESSES - Play safe. GREEN Palace doesn’t heavily rely on mass media or electronic to advertise our products. We are only doing campaign or “Goes to xxx (such as hospital, community of physicians) program to promote our products. THREATS - Some customers don’t care about healthiness issue. It’s our duties to open their mindset that our products (even consist of natural ingredients) have yummy taste.
  • 17. MARKETING MIX STRATEGIES Product and Price Products Prices Potato Buns Rp 7,000 Carrot Cake Rp 275,000 (22cm); Rp 35,000 per slice Tomato Cake Rp 50,000 (20x10); Rp 25,000 per slice Apple Juice Rp 18,500 Sunkist Juice Rp 15,000 Avocado Juice Rp 24,000 Strawberry Juice Rp 35,000 Tomato Juice Rp 18,000 Pear Juice Rp 15,000 Guava Juice Rp 15,000 Kiwi Juice Rp 35,000 Mango Juice Rp 18,000 Dragon Fruit Juice Rp 15,000 Carrot Juice Rp 15,000 Egg Plant Juice Rp 15,000 Star Fruit Juice Rp 15,000
  • 18. Sour Sop Juice Rp 15,000 Japanese Mustard Juice Rp 15,000 Cucumber Juice Rp 15,000 Broccoli Juice Rp 15,000 The selection of these prices is based on the selection of target market that targeted to the middle upper class. Promotion GREEN PALACE distributing brochures at various places, such as mall, some crowded places, and many others. GREEN PALACE also uses website, blog, and social networks such as Facebook and Twitter to promote the products. Moreover, the customers can write their critics and recommendations through those media, which have aim to improve GREEN PALACE performance and to know what customers’ desire. In addition, GREEN PALACE uses relationship marketing which is an effort and a way to connect with customers from time to time. GREEN PALACE has PROMOTION PROGRAMS such as MEMBERSHIP and DISCOUNT PROGRAM, VIP member or privilege card to customers. To be a member, customers must have once minimum purchase of Rp 500,000. Besides, they also corporate with BCA and Mandiri Bank, where customers can use BCA or Mandiri credit card to get 10% discount for all GREEN PALACE products. In addition, we establish our website: www.greenpalace.cjb.net Place GREEN PALACE is located in Jalan. Ir.H.Soekarno (Beside CakHar Soto) with the atmosphere of home interior wood and green trees that adds to the elegance of these outlets, outlets coolness, cleanliness is superb, and the
  • 19. quality of the arrangement, a varied range of products and unique, classy service quality. The following are our contacts: Telephone number (031) 5936721 Email:Contact@greenpalace.com Facebook:www.facebook.com/Green_Palace Twitter: @Green_Palace Marketing Budget Promotions Unit Price per unit Total price X-Banner PVC (60 X 160 cm) 3 85,000 255,000 Roll banner (85 X 200 cm) 4 340,000 1,360,000 Permission to set up the banner (city gov't) 3 178,500 535,500 Newspaper ad at Jawa Pos ( display full color on Sunday) 4 99,500 398,000 Brochures (A5 full color) 5000 900 4,500,000 Speedy Unlimited office package 12 750,000 9,000,000 TOTAL 16,048,500 HUMAN RESOURCE ASPECT Legal entity : Sole partnership Vision : Perfection in healthy and quality bakery products and beverages Missions : To indulge the customers with yummy, healthy and high quality bakery products and beverages Core value : o Integrity  Trustable and obey the business ethics Employees in Green Palace have to be :
  • 20.  Honest  Consistent  Fair  Dedicated  Trustable o Teamwork  work together to achieve company’s goals Employees in Green Palace have to :  Think positive and open for advices  Empathy  Care to each other  Communicative Organizational design: Organization design of Green Palace is mechanistic design but they also adapt a part of organic design, because this company gives the specialized job and for some employees, the organic design is used to adjust with the market trend. . Formalization: Component Implementation 1. Formalization The rules are made to manage the employees’ performance and set the disciplined workforce. Those rules are : 1. Working days for employees are from Monday to Sunday, working hours per day is 8 hours. For the employees beside chef, waiter& waitress, carriers, security officers, and cashier, the working hours are 09.00 AM – 06.00 PM 2. There are 2 shifts per day, from 09.00 AM – 06.00 PM and
  • 21. 12.00 AM – 09.00 PM ( for chef, waiter& waitress, carriers security officers, and cashier) 3. The break time for employees is 1 hours, did by turns 4. Employees will get penalty if they are absent without any permission. The penalty will be : a. 1st warning : verbally accost b. 2nd warning : give the warning papers c. 3rd warning : fired 5. In the working hours, smoking is not allowed 6. In the working hours, employees have to wear the clothes required by the company 7. Every employee will get maximal 12 days off in a year 8. In the working hours, employees are not allowed to leave the store without permission 2. Decision Making (centralization or decentralization) Centralization Decisions are made by the owners, for examples:  Choose the person in charge on operational matters  Determine the machine that need to be changed and recommend it to operational department Decentralization Decisions that a made by leader of work unit like accounting supervisor, such as : - Decisions that related to daily activities - Solve employees’ problems
  • 22. Organizational Chart : Number of employees : 1. Owner  7 persons 2. Operational Supervisor  1 person 3. Marketing staff  1 person 4. Waiter and waitress  10 people 5. Carriers  2 people 6. Purchasing staff  2 people 7. Warehouse staff  1 person 8. Security officer  2 people 9. Executive chef  1 person 10. Chef  2 people 11. Accounting Supervisor 1 person Owner Operational Supervisor Marketing staff Waiter and Waitress Carrier Purchasing staff Warehouse staff Security officer Executive Chef Chef Accounting Supervisor Cashier
  • 23. 12. Cashier  2 people JOB DESCRIPTION AND SPECIFICATION 1. OWNER (7 OWNERS) JOB DESCRIPTION Position Number Position Owner Work unit - Report to - Department - Job type Managerial Received report from Operational supervisor, Executive chef, and accounting supervisor The Purpose of Position Lead, control and monitor all the companies and make important decisions. Varies of Jobs Types of job Description Determine company’s purposes and strategies Plan purposes and actions to achieve it Determine information related to company’s activity Design companies procedures, policies, and rules Make tactical and strategic decision Make decisions and
  • 24. authorizations Inform all the company’s activities and strategies Direct all employees to understand company’s purposes and how to achieve it Determine working standards Make working standards for each department Evaluate performance of each department’s manager Identify the achieved target and disciplined of the employees Monitor all the operational activities Periodically monitor Preside all meetings Make sure that all the meetings are in line with the purposes Do recruitment and evaluate employees’ performance Hire new employees and evaluate the work of performance Train the employees Give training to employees to enhance their skill Do payroll function Give compensation to employees (wages or salaries) Varies of Duties Duties Description
  • 25. Follow all the company’s procedures, policies and rules Tone of the top Do the authorization and make decisions Concern the needs of company Ask for the completeness of documentation of all activities that is done by each department Contact each department Inform all important things to employees Inform all information to all level of employees Use the right and formal Indonesian language To make the information more clear and polite Wear neat clothes Wear shirt, long trousers and shoes Varies of Responsibilities Responsibilities Description Responsible to make decision and authorization For the decisions that have been made and will be made in future Responsible for all the operational activities Responsible for all the activities, departments and resources Responsible to the company development Monitor the growth and risks; identify the opportunities
  • 26. JOB SPECIFICATION Varies of Competencies Variable Competencies Ability  Can lead the company and coordinate managers to achieve the goals  Can identify the risks and opportunities of the company Skill  Can communicate with foreign languages, especially English and Chinese Knowledge  Has sufficient knowledge about management, resources, and products  Has knowledge about accounting and operational systems Attitude  Wise, skeptic, objective and assertive Working Environment Work place Equipment All the place in Green Palace Office equipment 2. OPERATIONAL SUPERVISOR (1 SUPERVISOR) JOB DESCRIPTION Position Description Number
  • 27. Position Operational supervisor Work unit - Report to - Department - Job type Managerial Received report from Marketing staff, purchasing staff, warehouse staff and security officer Purpose of Position Manages all activities related to operations and development of company products Varies of Jobs Types of Jobs Description Control the sales and expenditure activities Receive report from sales and purchasing staff Control the production process Monitor the production process on kitchen Predict product’s price Predict the price based on the analysis Report all the information related to operational activities to owner Information that related to sales, purchasing, production process
  • 28. Varies of Duties Duties Description Follow all the company’s procedures, policies and rules Tone of the top Do the authorization and make decisions Concern the needs of company Inform all important things to employees Inform all information to all level of employees Use the right and formal Indonesian language To make the information more clear and polite Wear neat clothes Wear shirt, long trousers and shoes Varies of Responsibilities Responsibilities Description Responsible to make decision and authorization For the decisions that have been made and will be made in future Responsible for all the operational activities Responsible for all the sales, expenditure and production process Responsible for the plans and strategies that have been made or implemented All the strategies have to be done based on the plans
  • 29. POSITION SPECIFICATION Varies of Competencies Variable Competencies Ability  Can lead and motivate the subordinates to work well  Can monitor and control the operational activities effectively and efficiently Skill  Can communicate with foreign languages, especially English and Chinese Knowledge  Has sufficient knowledge about management, resources, and products  Has knowledge about operational systems and product flow Attitude  Wise, skeptic, objective and assertive Physical Requirement Physical Requirement Description Stamina Physically and mentally healthy, free from drugs Sex Male and female Height Minimum 170 cm for male and 160 cm for female Weight Minimum 65 kg for male and 50 kg for female Physic Able Eyes Not color-blind or other disability Age 45 Maximum
  • 30. Experience Types Time horizon Had experience before At least 2 years Working Environment Work place Equipment All the place in Green Palace Office equipment 3. ACCOUNTING SUPERVISOR ( 1 SUPERVISOR) JOB DESCRIPTION Position Number Position name Accounting Supervisor Work unit Finance and accounting Report to Managing director Department Finance and accounting Job description Managerial Received report from Supervisor finance and accounting Educational Background Formal Informal Bachelor on Management who had courses such as marketing, human resource, logistic etc -
  • 31. Purpose of Position Coordinate the finance and accounting department in company effectively and efficiently. Varies of Jobs Jobs Description Manage the financial information Prepare financial statement accurately Make a financial statement Give report about our profit and loss Varies of Duties Duties Description Obey the company’s procedures, policies and rules Accounting staff has to follow procedures, policies and rules Use the right and formal Indonesian language To make the information more clear and polite Obey the working hours rules Accounting Staff has to come to the required place and time Wear neat clothes Wear shirt, long trousers and shoes Direct finance and accounting supervisor, and cashier Direction is related to finance information, company’s vision and mission Inform the unusual things to managing director Unusual things are about illegal act, fraud, etc.
  • 32. Make the report to managing director The report is about activities in finance and accounting department Varies of Responsibilities Responsibilities Description Responsible for the relevancy of financial statement Financial statement has to relevant with the real situation Responsible for the financial statement Financial statement has to follow the standards Responsible for financial reporting Financial statement is directed to managing director JOB SPECIFICATION Varies of Competencies Variable Competencies Ability  Can Make a financial Statement  Can analyze financial Statement Skill  Fluent in Indonesia and English Knowledge  Know the accounting standards ( ex : IFRS ) Attitude  Discipline, objective, assertive, and cautious Physical requirement Physical requirement Description Stamina Physically and mentally healthy, free from drugs
  • 33. Sex Male and female Height Minimum 170 cm for male and 160 cm for female Weight Minimum 65 kg for male and 50 kg for female Physic able Eyes Not color-blind or other disability Age 40 Maximum Educational Background Formal Informal Bachelor on Accounting Major Have followed accounting software course Experience Types Time horizon Accounting Staff At least 3 years Working Environment Workplace Equipment  3x4 m office Computer, printer, office supplies, papers WORKING STANDARDS Quantitative standards Standard Description Budget No variance in budget Cost efficiency Decrease inefficient cost
  • 34. Qualitative standards Standards Description Relevancy of financial statement The financial statement is made based on the real transactions Financial analysis Make excellent analysis of financial statement and projection for future financial statement 4. EXECUTIVE CHEF (1 CHEF) JOB DESCRIPTIONS Position Number Name of Position Executive Chef Unit of Work Production Report To Owner Department Production The Nature of Work Technical Receiving Report Chef Job Purpose To facilitate the company’s production activities and give information to customers about the healthy-side and nutrition facts of the products Variety of Tasks Name of Tasks Description Produce all Green Palace’s products Green Palace makes products in accordance with the standards
  • 35. Using the production equipments correctly Using all production equipments appropriate with the method and its usefulness Report any broken equipments Reporting to the owner Ensure the cleanliness of the workplace The officers did their job with a clean and neat, not contaminate the workplace Serve information directly to the customers Information about the healthy-side and nutrition facts of the products Variety of Duties Name of Duties Description Obliged to obey all procedures, policies, and regulations Obey all procedures, policies, and regulations Mandatory to use Bahasa Indonesia Intended to deliver information clearly and politely Obliged to comply with working hours regulations Present at specified time and place Mandatory well-dressed and polite Using shirt, trousers, and shoes Obligated to follow the given directions Directives given regarding the operation and overall corporate vision and mission
  • 36. Shall inform the things that deviate to owner The things that deviate associated with deviant behavior, fraud, and violations Required to provide information to the owner about production process Report the amount of production per day and how many defect items and events that occur on the production Obliged to wear masks and gloves when entering the production room Reflect the hygienic and production processes are not contaminated by bacteria Obliged to inform if there is a broken machine Information given to the owner Variety of Responsibilities Name of Responsibilities Description Responsible for the production process Ensure the smooth of production process Responsible for the goods produced Intermediate goods, finished goods, and defect goods Responsible for the production equipments Use and maintain production equipment, not using the production equipment by carelessly JOB SPECIFICATION
  • 37. Variety of Competencies Variable Type of Competence Ability - Able to operate the operational equipments - Able to produce finished goods - Able to give explanation about nutrition facts to the customers Expertise - Expert in cooking - Expert in making bread, buns, cakes, tarts, etc. Knowledge - Have good understanding all the healthy-side of the products in the company including the nutrition facts - Understand the use of production machines Behavior Careful, thorough, and discipline Education Formal Informal High school / vocational school - Physical Requirements Physical Requirements Description Stamina Physically and mentally healthy, free drugs Gender Male and female Height 165 cm for male and 150 cm for female Weight 65 kg for male and 50 kg for female Body Not a physical disability
  • 38. Eyes Not interfere with vision or color blindness Experiences Type Period Making bread, cakes, cookies, etc. 1 year Working Environment Place Equipment Production room (kitchen) Masks and gloves JOB PERFORMANCE STANDARD The Variety of Quantitative Standards Types of Standards Description Produce all Green Palace’s products It is success if the amount of bread and cake are finished according to the number of tasks assigned by the operation supervisor Report any broken equipments It is success if no tools are broken or not suitable to be used to operate in the process of making cakes The Variety of Qualitative Standards Types of Standards Description Use the production equipments correctly It is success if there is low-level damage or no damage to production equipment Ensure the cleanliness of workplace It is success if the workplace is not dirty and not make the product are not hygienic
  • 39. 5. CASHIER (2 STAFFS) JOB DESCRIPTIONS Position Number Name of Position Cashier Unit of Work Finance Reports To Finance supervisor Department Finance Nature of Work Administration Reports From - Purpose of Position Collects payment from customers Variety of Tasks Name of Task Description Receiving and storing of customer payments In form of cash, debit or credit Doing verification and cross checking between cash received and stored. Completed with supporting documents to ensure the accuracy and reliability of data.
  • 40. Carry out the distribution administration of funds in accordance with other support for tax payments, logistics and HR Provide sales documents to customers (such as invoice) Sales documents given to customers who book over the phone or come directly to the company. Given the whole document to the accounting officer All documents of the transaction are given to the bookkeeper to be archived. Variety of Duties Name of Duties Description Required to provide information to the financial supervisor Information in the form of sales transactions that occurred in Harvest Gives daily transaction to the book keeper Daily sales Mandatory to use Bahasa Indonesia Intended to deliver information clearly and politely
  • 41. Obliged to comply with working hours regulations Present at specified time and place Mandatory well-dressed and polite Using cleaning service uniform and shoes Obligated to follow the given directions Directives given regarding the operation and overall corporate vision and mission Shall inform the things that deviate to the Financial Supervisor The things that deviate associated with deviant behavior, fraud, and violations Variety of Responsibilities Name of responsibility Description Responsible for any payments received Money coming in and the goods sold should be the same. Responsible for documentation of each transaction and the transaction itself Each transaction should be documented JOB SPECIFICATION Variety of Competencies Variables Competencies
  • 42. Ability  Be able to use accounting software Skill  Can communicate well with customers  Be able to communicate in foreign language, especially English Knowledge  Having a good understanding of the goods and the price offered by the company. Attitude  Objective, thorough, accurate, responsive, disciplined Physical requirement Physical requirement Description Stamina Physically and mentally healthy, free from drugs Sex Male and female Height Minimum 170 cm for male and 160 cm for female Weight Minimum 65 kg for male and 50 kg for female Physic able Eyes Not color-blind or other disability Age 40 Maximum Education Formal Informal Diploma in accounting or management -
  • 43. Working Environment Place Equipment All of the Harvest regions Stationeries, papers, and folders JOB PERFORMANCE STANDARD Quantitative Standards Types of Standards Description Receive and store cash or other than cash receipts Successful if there is no loss or excess in cash receipts Verification of Receipt The amount of revenue earned in accordance with the transaction made Qualitative Standards Types of Standards Description Distribution No errors for the financial distribution Completeness of documents No documents are missing from each transaction 6. CARRIERS (2 STAFFS) JOB DESCRIPTION
  • 44. Position Description Number Position Carriers Work unit - Report to Marketing Staff Department - Job type Technical Received report from Office assistants, waiter or waitress Purpose of Job Delivers products in the right time and place Varies of Jobs Types of job Description Finding an effective way around Surabaya Carriers have to find the best way (not in a complex route) to do their job Good attitude in servicing customers Politeness, nice, and adroit Have to come at store at the commencement time, starts from 8 am or depends on their shift time Couriers should have flexibility considering loaded order Inspecting vehicle for operation Before starting their activities, they should check their motorcycles Loading and unloading products Couriers have to prepare their products properly before they deliver products to customers Varies of Duties Duties Description Follow all the company’s procedures, policies, and rules Tone of the top Use the right and formal Indonesian To make the information more clear
  • 45. language and polite Wear neat clothes Wear shirt, long trousers, and shoes Varies of Responsibilities Responsibilities Description Responsible for all relations with clients and businesses Maintain good relationship, especially in servicing customers and within company Responsible for keeping excellent inventory of all baked goods at certain locations to prevent food waste Related with the professional due care of couriers. It means each courier should maintain the quality of products Responsible for cleanliness and maintenance of company vehicles Couriers have to clean their vehicles regularly JOB SPECIFICATION Varies of Competencies Variable Competencies Ability  Must have valid driver license, SIM A and C, especially SIM C Skill  Can communicate foreign languages, especially English Knowledge  Has sufficient knowledge about company’s products and some streets in Surabaya Attitude  Polite, respect, and adroit Physical Requirement Physical Requirement Description
  • 46. Stamina Physically and mentally healthy, free from drugs Sex Male and female Height Minimum 170 cm for male and 160 cm for female Weight Minimum 65 kg for male and 50 kg for female Physic able Eyes Not color-blind or other disability Age 40 Maximum Educational Background Formal Informal High school graduated - Experience Types Time horizon carrier at least 1 year Working Environment Work place Equipment All the place in Green Palace Motorcycle 7. PURCHASING STAFF (2 STAFFS) JOB DESCRIPTION Position Description Number Position Purchasing Staff Work unit - Report to Operational staff Department - Job type Technical Received report from -
  • 47. Purpose of Job Replenishing and fulfilling stock and special order Variety of Job Types of Job Description Review purchase order claims and contracts for conformance to company policy Contracts with supplier have to in line with company’s procedures Meets with vendors to negotiate improved pricing, product quality, and delivery If possible, they have to get lower price with high quality of materials from suppliers Coordinate with suppliers to ensure on-time delivery Raw materials have to arrive in the warehouse on time Maintain a bidders’ list, vendors’ file, and such other records as are needed for the efficient operation of the purchasing function. Purchasing staff have to understand about the trend of raw material price, character of supplier, and record it to the company master file Keep informed of current developments in the field of purchasing, prices, market conditions and new products Related with the decision to choose proper supplier Variety of Duties Duties Description Follow all the company’s procedures, policies, and rules Tone of the top Use the right and formal Indonesian To make the information more clear
  • 48. language and polite Wear neat clothes Wear shirt, long trousers, and shoes Varies of Responsibilities Responsibilities Description Responsible for obligating the use of purchase orders to commitments for the procurement of raw materials Purchasing is the one who approves the purchase requisition (from other departments) become purchase order Responsible for the review and approval of new vendor - Responsible for making the final determination of supply sources, quantities purchased, delivery schedules, and price negotiations - Responsible to purchase all raw materials at the lowest possible total end cost, considering the guidelines of prices, service, quality, delivery and reliability - Responsible for considering the appropriateness of prepayments Purchasing has to collaborate with cashier in term of determining the down payment to supplier JOB SPECIFICATION Varies of competencies
  • 49. Variable Competencies Ability  Ability to gather information regarding the type and specific raw material needed by company  Bachelors Degree in a related field. Post Graduate training or certification in supply chain is a plus point Skill  Can communicate foreign languages, especially English Knowledge  About purchasing methods and procedures Attitude  Adroit Physical Requirement Physical Requirement Description Stamina Physically and mentally healthy, free from drugs Sex Male and female Height Minimum 170 cm for male and 160 cm for female Weight Minimum 65 kg for male and 50 kg for female Physic able Eyes Not color-blind or other disability Age 40 Maximum Educational Background Formal Informal Diploma graduated in economy - Working Environment Work place Equipment All the place in Green Palace Computer, table, and folder, and
  • 50. peripherals 8. WAREHOUSE STAFF (1 STAFF) JOB DESCRIPTION Position Description Number Position Warehouse Staff Work unit - Report to Operational Staff Department - Job type Administration Received report from - Job Purpose Loading and unloading trucks, order picking, wrapping products, packing, labeling shipping and receiving Variety of Jobs Types of Jobs Description Responsible for quality control. No damaged raw material is accepted in Warehouse staff should not accept any damaged products from supplier Move raw materials to warehouse storage - Keeping a record of all materials stored within the warehouse Maintaining the inflow and outflow of all materials Variety of Duties Duties Description Follow all the company’s procedures, policies, and rules Tone of the top Use the right and formal Indonesian To make the information more clear
  • 51. language and polite Wear neat clothes Wear shirt, long trousers, and shoes Varies of Responsibilities Responsibilities Description Maintaining stock balances, price lists, and other documentations Maintaining a record of damaged materials, pricing lists, inventory level, and material requisition documents JOB SPECIFICATION Varies of Competencies Variable Competencies Ability  Capable of completing the necessary documents  Ability to complete all the required paperwork Skill  Can communicate foreign languages, especially English  Time management skills Knowledge  Strong analytical and mathematical capabilities  Understand about warehouse management Attitude  Adroit, polite Physical Requirement Physical Requirement Description Stamina Physically and mentally healthy, free from drugs Sex Male and female
  • 52. Height Minimum 170 cm for male and 160 cm for female Weight Minimum 65 kg for male and 50 kg for female Physic able Eyes Not color-blind or other disability Age 40 Maximum Educational Background Formal Informal High school - Experience Types Time horizon Warehousing At least 2 years Working Environment Work place Equipment All the place in Green Palace Pallet, stackers, folder, stationeries 9. SECURITY OFFICER (2 STAFFS) JOB DESCRIPTIONS Job Identity Number Name of Position Security officer Unit of Work Operational Report To Operational Staff Department Operational The Nature of Work Technical Receiving Report -
  • 53. Job Purpose Maintain security and prevent the incidence of company that are not expected by the company Variety of Tasks Name of Tasks Description Maintain the security of company Avoid any theft, robbery and violence which can cause harm to the company Regularly patrolled Patrol around the company to ensure there are no errors or oil leakage, etc. Helping customers in parking Because Green Palace’s parking is not large, so this is a security officer job Report all the incidents to operational staff Events associated with fraud, violations, vandalism, etc. Variety of Duties Duties Description Obliged to obey all procedures, policies, and regulations Obey all procedures, policies, and regulations Mandatory to use Bahasa Indonesia Intended to deliver information clearly and politely Obliged to comply with working Present at specified time and place
  • 54. hours regulations Mandatory well-dressed and polite Using security uniform and shoes Obligated to follow the given directions Directives given regarding the operation and overall corporate vision and mission Shall inform the things that deviate to operational staff The things that deviate associated with deviant behavior, fraud, and violations Required to maintain security company in accordance with hours worked Do not fall asleep while keeping the security Required to provide information of all events that happened to operational staff Information about activities or events Variety of Responsibilities Name of Responsibility Description Responsible to company security Everything that happens with the company
  • 55. JOB SPECIFICATIONS Variety of Competencies Variable Type of Competencies Ability - Ability to maintain security in a long time - Able to deal with undesirable events - Ability to make decisions Expertise - Expert in communicating - Expert in martial arts Knowledge - Have knowledge about martial arts - Understand the company's safeguards system Behavior Objective, discipline, thorough, decisive, brave, and skeptical Physical Requirement Physical Requirement Description Stamina Physically and mentally healthy, free from drugs Sex Male Height Minimum 170 cm Weight Minimum 65 kg Physic Well build Eyes Not color-blind or other disability Age 40 Maximum Education Background
  • 56. Formal Informal High school graduated - Experiences Type Period Had experience as a security officer 1 year Working Environment Place Equipment A room (1 x 2 meters) Torch, stationery, papers, and folders JOB PERFORMANCE STANDARD The Variety of Quantitative Standards Types of Standards Description Patrol It is done three times a day Reporting the incident It is done everyday The Variety of Qualitative Standards Types of Standards Description Company security No damage, violence, and theft in the company Helping customers Customers satisfaction in obtaining a parking lot 10. CHEF (2 CHEFS)
  • 57. JOB DESCRIPTIONS Position Number Name of Position Chef Unit of Work Production Report To Executive Chef Department Production The Nature of Work Technical Receiving Report - Job Purpose To facilitate the company’s production activities Variety of Jobs Name of Jobs Description Produce all Green Palace’s products Green Palace makes products in accordance with the standards Using the production equipments correctly Using all production equipments appropriate with the method and its usefulness Report any broken equipments Reporting to the executive chef Ensure the cleanliness of the workplace The officers did their job with a clean and neat, not contaminate the workplace
  • 58. Variety of Duties Name of Duties Description Obliged to obey all procedures, policies, and regulations Obey all procedures, policies, and regulations Mandatory to use Bahasa Indonesia Intended to deliver information clearly and politely Obliged to comply with working hours regulations Present at specified time and place Mandatory well-dressed and polite Using shirt, trousers, and shoes Obligated to follow the given directions Directives given regarding the operation and overall corporate vision and mission Shall inform the things that deviate to executive chef The things that deviate associated with deviant behavior, fraud, and violations Required to provide information to the executive chef about production process Report the amount of production per day and how many defect items and events that occur on the production Obliged to wear masks and gloves when entering the production room Reflect the hygienic and production processes are not contaminated by bacteria
  • 59. Obliged to inform if there is a broken machine Information given to the executive chef Variety of Responsibilities Name of Responsibility Description Responsible for the production process Ensure the smooth of production process Responsible for the goods produced Intermediate goods, finished goods, and defect goods Responsible for the production equipments Use and maintain production equipment, not using the production equipment by carelessly JOB SPECIFICATIONS Variety of Competencies Variable Type of Competence Ability - Able to operate the operational equipments - Able to produce finished goods - Expertise - Expert in cooking - Expert in making bread, buns, cakes, tarts, etc. - Knowledge - Have good understanding of all the products in the company - Understand the use of production machines -
  • 60. Behavior Careful, thorough, and discipline Education Formal Informal High school / vocational school - Physical Prerequisites Physical Demands Description Stamina Physically and mentally healthy, free drugs Gender Male and female Height 165 cm for male and 150 cm for female Weight 65 kg for male and 50 kg for female Body Not a physical disability Eyes Not interfere with vision or color blindness Experiences Type Period Making bread, cakes, cookies, etc. 1 year Working Environment Place Equipment Production room (kitchen) Masks and gloves JOB PERFORMANCE STANDARD The Variety of Quantitative Standards
  • 61. Types of Standards Description Produce all Green Palace’s products It is success if the amount of bread and cake are finished according to the number of tasks assigned by the executive chef Report any broken equipments It is success if no tools are broken or not suitable to be used to operate in the process of making cakes The Variety of Qualitative Standards Types of Standards Description Use the production equipments correctly It is success if there is low-level damage or no damage to production equipment Ensure the cleanliness of workplace It is success if the workplace is not dirty and not make the product are not hygienic 11. MARKETING STAFF (1 STAFF) JOB DESCRIPTION Position Description Number Position Marketing staff Work Unit Marketing Report to Owner Department Marketing Job type Managerial Report from - Job Purpose
  • 62. Control the sales and marketing process to achieve sales target ; enlarge target market effectively and efficiently Variety of Jobs Jobs Description Control the marketing activities Does the control from planning till promotion process Make the right strategies and market segmentation Designs tactical strategy for marketing process Analyze potential competitors Determine potential competitors Predict product’s price Predict the price based on the analysis Report the marketing related information to to the owner Information that related to promotion process, marketing strategies etc Inform all important information to the owner Information are related to strategic and the action need to be taken Find the information related to marketing demand from the activities Based on the needs of the activities Find the best ways to make promotion effectively and efficiently Monitor the competitors and customers and make the best ways for promotional advertisement
  • 63. Variety of Duties Duties Description Obliged to obey all procedures, policies, and regulations Obey all procedures, policies, and regulations Use the right and formal Indonesian language In order to make the information clearly and politely Obey the working hours regulations To be present at specified time and place Wear neat and polite clothes Wear shirt, long trousers and shoes Inform the unsual things to the owner The things associated with the growth of the company such as: significant decline of revenue, growth etc Required to maintain good communication with customers Communication in way of promotion and maintain good company image Required to provide information of all events that happened to owner Information about activities or events Variety of Responsibilities Responsibility Description
  • 64. Responsible to achieve the marketing target Responsible to the owner Responsible for the plans and strategies that have been made and implemented All strategies have to be done successfully as based on the plans Responsible for all the activities on marketing All activities which have done by the marketing staff Responsible to JOB SPECIFICATIONS Varies of Competencies Variable Type of Competence Ability  Can create marketing innovation  Can make innovative strategies  Can predict the customers’ want and need Skill  Fluent in english and Indonesian  Excellent in negotiation (price and promotion)  Good in operating computer Knowledge  High analytical thinking over the price  Know very good market needs and demands  Know very well to do marketing in effectively and efficiently  Posses knowledge in target market and marketing best strategies
  • 65. Attitude  Creative, innovative, dicipline, objective Physical Requirement Physical Requirement Description Stamina Physically & mentally healthy, no drugs & addiction Sex Male and female Height Minimum 170cm for male, 160cm for female Weight Minimum 65 kg for male, 50 for female Eyes Not color-blind or other disabilities Education Background Formal Informal Bachelor on management (marketing) - Experience Type Time horizon Experinced on marketing 1 year Working Environment Work Place Work Equipment  A room (1 x 2 meters) Computer, printer, stationeries  The green house shop JOB PERFORMANCE STANDARD
  • 66. Quantitative Standards Type of Standards Description Report checking The report shows whether company reaches progress or even any decline happnes and also development of the company as well. Target achievement  Development on marketing segmentation  Development on company’s sales and revenue Qualitative Standards Type of Standard Description Marketing plan Goals have to be achieved Competitor analysis Can overcome the changes and compete with the competitors Monitoring Effectively and efficiently using the resources Strategic determination Strategies made based on the vision and mission Price determination Price made has to be profitable and accepted by all market segment Report All the activities are approved and known by the owner 12. WAITER AND WAITRESS (10 STAFFS)
  • 67. JOB DESCRIPTIONS Position Number Name of Position Waiter or waitress Unit of Work Production Report To Finance people Department Production The Nature of Work operational Receiving Report - Job Purpose To show to customers about hospitality and attract customers and give information to customers about the healthy-side and nutrition facts of the products Variety of Jobs Name of Jobs Description Report any broken equipments Reporting to the owner Ensure the cleanliness of the workplace The officers did their job with a clean and neat, not contaminate the workplace Serve information directly to the customers Information about the healthy-side and nutrition facts of the products Make customers close and give friendly service To make the customers satisfied and happy of our products
  • 68. Variety of Duties Duties Description Obliged to obey all procedures, policies, and regulations Obey all procedures, policies, and regulations Use formal and right Indonesian So the information will be delivered clearly and politely Obliged to comply with working hours regulations Present at specified time and place To be well-dressed and polite Using shirt, trousers, and shoes Have to follow the given directions Directions given regarding the operation Shall inform the things that deviate to owner The things that deviate associated with deviant behavior, fraud, and violations Required to provide information to the owner about how the situation in the shop Report the amount of production per day and how many defect items and events that occur on the production Obliged to be friendly and honest To be helpful, proactive and friendly to serve the customers Have to maintain the clean environtment Reflect the hygienic and production processes are not contaminated by bacteria
  • 69. Variety of Responsibilities Tasks Description Responsible for satisfying the customers These activities like serve with heart and friendly ways Responsible for keeping healthy and clean store These activities like cleaning the store frequently Responsible for giving the product knowledge to the customers These activities like actively inform the customers who needs more help and knowledge about our products JOB SPECIFICATION Variety of Competencies Variable Type of Competence Ability - Able to give satisfactory service - Able to serve any kind of customers - Able to maintain clean and healthy store - Able to give explanation about nutrition facts to the customers Expertise - Expert in remembering the order from the customer - Expert in serving the customers, etc.
  • 70. - Expert in giving service Knowledge - Have good understanding all the healthy-side of the products in the company including the nutrition facts - Know how to attract customers - Know about health terms and can transfer it to customers Behavior Friendly, Careful, thorough, and discipline Education Formal Informal High school, D1 or vocational school - Physical Prerequisites Physical Demands Description Stamina Physically and mentally healthy, free drugs and addiction Gender Male and female Height 165 cm for male and 150 cm for female Weight 65 kg for male and 50 kg for female Body No physical disability Eyes Not color-blind Experience Became sales promotion girl/boy
  • 71. Working Environment Place Equipment Green house shop Stationary, table sheets JOB PERFORMANCE STANDARD The Variety of Quantitative Standards Types of Standards Description New customers Gaining more new customer Report any broken equipments It is success if no tools are broken or not suitable to be used to operate in the process of making the pastry Report any satisfied and well served customers It is success if there is no compalint from the customers regarding the service The Variety of Qualitative Standards Types of Standards Description Use the equipments correctly It is success if there is low-level damage or no damage to production equipment Ensure the cleanliness of workplace It is success if the workplace is not dirty and not make the product are not hygienic TECHNICALASPECT A. Location
  • 72. Green Palace is the only bakery shop which sells healthy and yummy bread in Surabaya. Green Palace also provides place for customer who wants to enjoy dishes in the cozy café. Besides enjoying bread and beverages, customers will get more information about the ingredients, benefit of material used, and consultation for healthy life style. Green Palace is located in Jl. Ir.H.Soekarno, beside Soto Ayam Lamongan Cak Har, telp : (031) 5936721. As the owner consider about cost and efficiency, place for production and café are located in the same place. Green Palace also wants to provide bakery that fresh from the oven. Variable to decide the location : 1. Availability of raw materials For the raw material, Green Palace uses high quality material from Indonesia. Apparently, location doesn’t play an important role related to availability of raw material, since all the materials are ordered from supplier with Halal certificated. For the delivering process, Green Palace uses land transportation like vehicles. For delivery from outside Surabaya which took quite a long time, Green Palace always do forecasting for material used to avoid lack of raw material. Indeed, location is not related significantly to the availability of raw material. 2. Marketing location
  • 73. Marketing location of Green Palace is in Jl. Ir.H.Soekarno, beside Soto Ayam Lamongan Cak Har. As we know, marketing and production location are located in the same place. This location is chosen because we see the potential market in this new place. Since Jl.Ir.H.Soekarno is a new business district in East Surabaya, Green Palace will get the attention of Surabaya people. 3. Availability of human resource Green Palace can recruit more employees because the location of Green Palace is near with residential like Semolowaru, Nginden, etc. Green Palace has 25 labors. 4. Water and electricity facility Every company will use water and electricity facility. This facility is facilitated by PLN and PDAM Surabaya. Green Palace Jl.Ir.H.Soekarno, Surabaya
  • 74. B. Layout Land of Green Palace is 1000 m2 which consists of :  Parking lot  for vehicles and motorcycles
  • 75.  Security post  place for security officers who monitor and control safety of Green Palace  Service area  place for customer to dine in  Display bakery  Restroom  for customer only  Management office  place for management to do administrative activities, monthly meeting, etc  Raw material warehouse  warehouse for raw material of bakery and beverages
  • 76. INITIAL INVESTMENT PRODUCTION AREA No Item Supplier Amount Useful Life/ Year Price/ Unit Total 1 Convection Oven PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 3 20 Rp 30.100.000 Rp 90.300.000 2 Mesin Mixer Horizontal (Capacity: 45 kg) PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 2 8 Rp 5.200.000 Rp 10.400.000 3 Dough Moulder PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 1 15 Rp 15.000.000 Rp 15.000.000 4 Dough Divider PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 2 14 Rp 14.000.000 Rp 28.000.000 5 Dough Sheeter PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 2 16 Rp 20.000.000 Rp 40.000.000 6 Up Right Freezer PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 1 10 Rp 9.500.000 Rp 9.500.000 7 Chest Freezer -28 °C PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 1 10 Rp 6.200.000 Rp 6.200.000 8 Blender PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 3 5 Rp 700.000 Rp 2.100.000 9 Bread Slicer PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 2 10 Rp 5.100.000 Rp 10.200.000 10 ”Tube Gas” 60 kg UD. WONOKOYO PRIMA GAS 3 5 Rp 390.000 Rp 1.170.000 11 Table Toko Panca Jaya Surabaya 1 5 Rp 1.500.000 Rp 1.500.000 12 Chair Toko Panca Jaya Surabaya 10 5 Rp 85.000 Rp 850.000
  • 77. 13 TV 21” Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 1 8 Rp 700.000 Rp 700.000
  • 78. 14 Stand Fan Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 2 5 Rp 200.000 Rp 400.000 15 Exhaust Fan Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 2 8 Rp 350.000 Rp 700.000 TOTAL Rp 217.020.000
  • 79. INITIAL INVESTMENT CAFÉ No Item Supplier Useful Life / Year Amount Price / Unit Total 1 Air Conditioner Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 8 2 Rp 1.500.000 Rp 3.000.000 2 Table Toko Panca Jaya Surabaya 5 8 Rp 150.000 Rp 1.200.000 3 Chair Toko Panca Jaya Surabaya 5 20 Rp 85.000 Rp 1.700.000 4 Sofa Toko Panca Jaya Surabaya 8 3 Rp 2.500.000 Rp 7.500.000 9 TV Flat Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 10 1 Rp 5.175.000 Rp 5.175.000 10 Freezer Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 10 1 Rp 2.500.000 Rp 2.500.000 11 Stove PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 10 1 Rp 2.500.000 Rp 2.500.000 12 Microwave PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 8 1 Rp 1.250.000 Rp 1.250.000 13 Frayer PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 5 1 Rp 1.250.000 Rp 1.250.000 14 Dispenser PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 5 1 Rp 960.000 Rp 960.000 15 Blender PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 5 2 Rp 700.000 Rp 1.400.000 16 Meat Cutting Machine PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 8 1 Rp 3.750.000 Rp 3.750.000
  • 80. 11 Vacum Cleaner PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 3 3 Rp 250.000 Rp 750.000 Total Rp 32.935.000 INITIAL INVESTMENT OFFICE ROOM No Item Supplier Useful Life / Year Amount Price / Unit Total 1 Bookcase Toko Panca Jaya Surabaya 8 1 Rp 500.000 Rp 500.000 2 Owner Table Toko Panca Jaya Surabaya 5 1 Rp 1.500.000 Rp 1.500.000 3 Owner Chair Toko Panca Jaya Surabaya 5 1 Rp 1.250.000 Rp 1.250.000 4 Staff Table Toko Panca Jaya Surabaya 5 2 Rp 750.000 Rp 1.500.000 5 Staff Chair Toko Panca Jaya Surabaya 5 2 Rp 150.000 Rp 300.000 7 Guest Chair Toko Panca Jaya Surabaya 5 2 Rp 85.000 Rp 170.000 8 Fax Machine Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 8 1 Rp 1.500.000 Rp 1.500.000 9 Telephone Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 5 2 Rp 250.000 Rp 500.000
  • 81. 10 TV 21” Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 9 1 Rp 1.500.000 Rp 1.500.000 11 Printer Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 5 2 Rp 700.000 Rp 1.400.000 12 Computer Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 10 2 Rp 5.000.000 Rp 10.000.000 14 Dispenser PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 5 1 Rp 960.000 Rp 960.000 15 Paper Shredder Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 5 1 Rp 750.000 Rp 750.000 Total Rp 21.830.000 EQUIPMENT YEAR 2013 No Item Amount Unit Price / Unit Total 1 Ink Supplies 18 Bottle Rp 150.000 Rp 2.700.000 2 A4 Paper (Bola Dunia 80 gr) 5 Ream Rp 30.000 Rp 150.000 3 A3 Brown Envelope 10 Pcs Rp 30.000 Rp 300.000 4 Ballpoint 50 Pcs Rp 2.300 Rp 115.000 5 Receipt book 100 sheets 10 Unit Rp 2.500 Rp 25.000 6 Scissors 5 Unit Rp 3.000 Rp 15.000
  • 82. 7 Glue 5 Unit Rp 5.000 Rp 25.000 8 Office tapes 100 Unit Rp 2.000 Rp 200.000 9 Staples 5 Unit Rp 15.000 Rp 75.000 10 Drinking Water Gallons (refill) 25 Gallons Rp 8.000 Rp 200.000 11 Hand Soap 30 Pcs Rp 3.600 Rp 108.000 12 Sabun Cuci Piring 50 Pcs Rp 8.000 Rp 400.000 13 Toilet Deodorizer 24 Box Rp 7.500 Rp 180.000 14 Straw 25 Wraps Rp 5.500 Rp 137.500 15 Box (for bread) 60 Ream Rp 11.000 Rp 660.000 16 Box (for meal) 40 Ream Rp 14.000 Rp 560.000 17 Tissue 10 Box Rp 85.000 Rp 850.000 18 Lamp 100 Pcs Rp 35.000 Rp 3.500.000 19 Table cloth 20 Pcs Rp 8.100 Rp 162.000 20 Kitchen cloth 20 Pcs Rp 9.500 Rp 190.000 21 Tissue Box 10 Pcs Rp 10.000 Rp 100.000 22 Soap Case 10 Pcs Rp 3.500 Rp 35.000 24 Mirror 1 Pcs Rp 150.000 Rp 150.000 25 Clock 5 Pcs Rp 60.000 Rp 300.000
  • 83. 26 Exbanner 1 Pcs Rp 60.000 Rp 60.000 27 Door mat 4 Pcs Rp 20.000 Rp 80.000 28 Trash bin 10 Pcs Rp 50.000 Rp 500.000 29 Mop 10 Pcs Rp 7.500 Rp 75.000 30 “MCK”/Bath, wash, toilet Equipment 3 Set Rp 100.000 Rp 300.000 31 Toilet Tissue 6 Box Rp 85.000 Rp 510.000 32 Bucket 5 Pcs Rp 8.900 Rp 44.500 33 Fork 30 Pcs Rp 5.000 Rp 150.000 34 Tea spoon 20 Pcs Rp 3.000 Rp 60.000 35 Spoon 30 Pcs Rp 3.500 Rp 105.000 36 Plate 30 Set Rp 10.000 Rp 300.000 37 Saucer 5 Pcs Rp 10.000 Rp 50.000 38 Salt and pepper shaker 10 Pcs Rp 5.000 Rp 50.000 39 Stainless thermos 1 Pcs Rp 450.000 Rp 450.000 40 Ice cube tongs 3 Pcs Rp 5.000 Rp 15.000 41 Bowl 15 Pcs Rp 7.500 Rp 112.500 42 Soup spoon 20 Pcs Rp 20.000 Rp 400.000 43 Food Pan 1 Pcs Rp 110.000 Rp 110.000
  • 84. 44 Big plate 15 Pcs Rp 20.000 Rp 300.000 45 Cutting board 2 Pcs Rp 35.000 Rp 70.000 46 Knife 5 Pcs Rp 89.000 Rp 445.000 47 Pan 2 Pcs Rp 125.000 Rp 250.000 48 Bamboo tray 5 Pcs Rp 45.000 Rp 225.000 49 Soy sauce bottle 5 Pcs Rp 60.000 Rp 300.000 50 Sponges 10 Pcs Rp 2.000 Rp 20.000 51 Electric home fragrance 4 Pcs Rp 60.000 Rp 240.000 52 Glass cleaner (refill) 5 Pcs Rp 12.000 Rp 60.000 53 Porcelain cleaner 5 Pcs Rp 10.000 Rp 50.000 54 Dish soap 10 Pcs Rp 15.000 Rp 150.000 55 Floor cleaner 10 Pcs Rp 15.000 Rp 150.000 56 Drinking water 5 Box Rp 14.000 Rp 70.000 57 Broom 5 Pcs Rp 15.000 Rp 75.000 58 Plastics (1 kg per pcs) 5 Pcs Rp 5.000 Rp 25.000 59 Plastic bag 10 Pcs Rp 7.500 Rp 75.000 60 Water dispenser 3 Pcs Rp 50.000 Rp 150.000 61 Bread, Pastry & Cup Cake baskets 100 Pcs Rp 20.000 Rp 2.000.000
  • 85. 62 Tray 15 Pcs Rp 15.000 Rp 225.000 63 Tongs 15 Pcs Rp 35.000 Rp 525.000 64 “Tube Gas” 1 Pcs Rp 95.000 Rp 95.000 65 Frayer 1 Pcs Rp 1.250.000 Rp 1.250.000 66 Mask 20 Pcs Rp 35.000 Rp 700.000 67 Gloves 240 Pcs Rp 9.000 Rp 2.160.000 68 Cool Box 3 Pcs Rp 200.000 Rp 600.000 69 Glass 100 Pcs Rp 10.000 Rp 1.000.000 70 Sauce bowl 50 Pcs Rp 10.500 Rp 525.000 71 Salad bowl 50 Pcs Rp 65.000 Rp 3.250.000 72 Ice Cream spoon 200 Pcs Rp 2.200 Rp 440.000 73 Ice Cream glass 200 Pcs Rp 9.000 Rp 1.800.000 74 Toothpick 50 Box Rp 2.000 Rp 100.000 TOTAL Rp 31.834.500
  • 86. INITIAL INVESTMENT GREEN PALACE No Keterangan Unit Useful Life / Year Total Cost 1 Land 1000 m2 - Rp 1.850.000.000 2 Building 300 m2 25 Rp 750.000.000 3 Car 1 unit 10 Rp 150.000.000 Total Rp 2.750.000.000
  • 87. D. Raw Material Supplier Most of the Green Palace’s suppliers are chosen from Surabaya and there are some suppliers from other cities and overseas such as Netherland and Rusia. The suppliers’ lists are shown as bellow: RAW MATERIALS 2014 No Item Supplier Usefu l Life Time Price / Unit Amount Unit Total / month 1 High protein flour (Bogasari) PT Sari Pangan Sejati Surabaya 10 Day Rp 164.000 1 sack Rp 492.000 2 Medium protein flour PT Sari Pangan Sejati Surabaya 2 Week Rp 54.500 1 sack Rp 109.000 3 Eggs PT Indoperkasa Multi Sukses Surabaya 5 Day Rp 15.500 50 kg Rp 4.650.000 4 Sugar Sugar Group Company 2 Week Rp 9.500 100 kg Rp 1.900.000 5 Vegetable oil PT Indofood Sukses Makmur Pasuruan 5 Day Rp 11.400 10 liter Rp 684.000 6 Vanilla extract PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 5 Day Rp 10.000 10 Sachet Rp 600.000
  • 88. 7 Vanilla paste PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 5 Day Rp 10.000 4 kg Rp 240.000 8 Vanilla powder PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 5 Day Rp 15.000 4 kg Rp 360.000 9 Food flavouring PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 5 Day Rp 16.000 3 kg Rp 288.000 10 Yeast flour, maizena, wheat flour Pride Food Cameroon 2 Week Rp 87.000 10 kg Rp 1.740.000 11 Milk (liquid, powder, sweetened condensed milk) Nestle Rungkut Surabaya 5 Day Rp 10.000 8 kg Rp 480.000 12 Salt PT Sumatraco Surabaya 1 Mont h Rp 1.000 1 kg Rp 1.000 13 Margarine PT Indofood Sukses Makmur Pasuruan 10 Day Rp 12.500 10 kg Rp 375.000 14 Shreddered beef Saudaraku Bekasi 10 Day Rp 25.000 7 kg Rp 525.000 15 Food colouring PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 1 Week Rp 70.000 7 Sachet Rp 1.960.000 16 Buttons mushroom Indogrosir Surabaya 5 Day Rp 14.000 3 kg Rp 252.000 17 Straw mushroom Indogrosir Surabaya 5 Day Rp 56.000 3 kg Rp 1.008.000 19 Coconut Indogrosir 1 Day Rp 2 kg Rp
  • 89. Surabaya 9.500 570.000 20 Peanut Indogrosir Surabaya 5 Day Rp 75.000 3 kg Rp 1.350.000 22 Chives Indogrosir Surabaya 3 Day Rp 30.000 1 kg Rp 300.000 23 Corn Indogrosir Surabaya 1 Day Rp 15.000 5 kg Rp 2.250.000 24 Lettuce Indogrosir Surabaya 1 Day Rp 10.000 1 kg Rp 300.000 25 Tomato Indogrosir Surabaya 3 Day Rp 30.000 3 kg Rp 900.000 26 Seaweed sheets Indogrosir Surabaya 10 Day Rp 50.000 1 kg Rp 150.000 27 Onion Indogrosir Surabaya 3 Day Rp 16.000 1 kg Rp 160.000 28 Green vegetable Indogrosir Surabaya 1 Day Rp 3.000 1 kg Rp 90.000 29 Sweet corn Indogrosir Surabaya 1 Day Rp 18.750 6 kg Rp 3.375.000 30 Potato Indogrosir Surabaya 2 Day Rp 9.000 8 kg Rp 1.080.000 31 Red beans Indogrosir Surabaya 5 Day Rp 16.900 5 kg Rp 507.000 32 French fries (frozen food) PT Farmhouse 3 Day Rp 22.000 8 kg Rp 1.760.000 33 Cinnamon powder Indogrosir Surabaya 3 Day Rp 10.000 1 kg Rp 100.000 34 Carrot Indogrosir Surabaya 2 Day Rp 37.500 3 kg Rp 1.687.500
  • 90. 35 Pandan leaves Indogrosir Surabaya 5 Day Rp 13.500 2 kg Rp 162.000 36 Ginger Indogrosir Surabaya 5 Day Rp 20.000 3 kg Rp 360.000 37 Lime Indogrosir Surabaya 3 Day Rp 4.500 2 kg Rp 90.000 38 Almond PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 1 Week Rp 24.500 3 kg Rp 294.000 39 Gelatin Swallow Group Pandaan 2 Week Rp 1.800 120 Sachet Rp 432.000 40 Caviar chocolate Alam Coklat Tanggerang 1 Week Rp 20.000 5 kg Rp 400.000 41 Chocolate powder Alam Coklat Tanggerang 1 Week Rp 10.000 5 kg Rp 200.000 42 Milk Cooking Chocolate Alam Coklat Tanggerang 3 Day Rp 50.000 5 kg Rp 2.500.000 43 Green Tea Indogrosir Surabaya 2 Week Rp 80.000 1 kg Rp 160.000 44 Sausage (Bernardi) PT Eloda Mitra Sidoarjo 5 Day Rp 40.000 10 pack Rp 2.400.000 45 Tomato & chilli sauce PT Heinz ABC 10 Day Rp 16.000 10 kg Rp 480.000 46 Thousand Island sauce PT Heinz ABC 10 Day Rp 30.000 4 kg Rp 360.000 47 Raisin PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 2 Week Rp 11.500 5 kg Rp 115.000 48 Sugar-apple jam Western Mulberry 1 Week Rp 5 kg Rp
  • 91. 4.000 80.000 49 Blueberry jam Western Mulberry 1 Week Rp 24.000 5 kg Rp 480.000 50 Strawberry jam Western Mulberry 1 Week Rp 1.000 5 kg Rp 20.000 51 Durian jam Western Mulberry 1 Week Rp 6.700 5 kg Rp 134.000 52 Pinapple sauce Western Mulberry 1 Week Rp 16.000 5 kg Rp 320.000 53 Apple sauce Western Mulberry 1 Week Rp 16.000 5 kg Rp 320.000 54 Peach sauce Western Mulberry 1 Week Rp 16.500 5 kg Rp 330.000 55 Oregano tea Indogrosir Surabaya 2 Week Rp 60.000 2 kg Rp 240.000 56 Strawberry powder PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 1 Week Rp 27.000 5 kg Rp 540.000 57 Strawberry cream PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 1 Week Rp 27.000 5 kg Rp 540.000 58 Pandan extract PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 1 Week Rp 5.500 5 kg Rp 110.000 59 Caramel PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 1 Week Rp 48.000 4 Box Rp 768.000 60 Mocca PT Arta Boga Cemerlang 1 Week Rp 20.000 2 kg Rp 160.000
  • 92. Surabaya 61 Beef Rumah Daging Olahan Saudaraku 1 Day Rp 35.000 3 kg Rp 3.150.000 62 Chicken Rumah Daging Olahan Saudaraku 1 Day Rp 35.000 3 kg Rp 3.150.000 63 Beef Bacon Rumah Daging Olahan Saudaraku 5 Day Rp 35.000 3 kg Rp 630.000 64 Orchid Butter Happy Salad Oil PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 1 Week Rp 40.500 3 kg Rp 486.000 65 Squid PT Sekar Laut Tbk. Jakarta 2 Day Rp 52.000 2 kg Rp 1.560.000 66 Tuna PT Sekar Laut Tbk. Jakarta 3 Day Rp 78.000 3 kg Rp 2.340.000 67 Danish Pastry Margarine PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 1 Week Rp 15.750 1 kg Rp 63.000 68 Puff Pastry PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 2 Week Rp 600.000 1 Pack Rp 1.200.000 69 White butter PT Indofood Sukses Makmur Pasuruan 1 Week Rp 13.000 2 kg Rp 104.000 70 Salmon PT Sekar Laut Tbk. Jakarta 2 Day Rp 90.000 3 kg Rp 4.050.000 71 Sandwich Spread PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 1 Mont h Rp 150.000 2 liter Rp 300.000
  • 93. 72 Tuna/Beef/Chicken spread PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 2 Week Rp 47.000 1 liter Rp 94.000 73 White Sprinkle PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 5 Day Rp 20.000 2 kg Rp 240.000 74 Bread Improve PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 2 Week Rp 890.000 1 Box Rp 1.780.000 75 Choco Chips Alam Coklat Tanggerang 5 Day Rp 20.000 1 kg Rp 120.000 76 White Chocolate Alam Coklat Tanggerang 1 Week Rp 15.600 5 kg Rp 312.000 77 Jelly powder Swallow Group Pandaan 2 Week Rp 14.000 8 kg Rp 224.000 78 Banana Hokky Surabaya 1 Day Rp 2.500 3 kg Rp 225.000 79 Strawberry Hokky Surabaya 2 Day Rp 16.000 8 kg Rp 1.920.000 80 Kiwi Hokky Surabaya 2 Day Rp 19.500 5 kg Rp 1.462.500 81 Orange Hokky Surabaya 5 Day Rp 11.000 5 kg Rp 330.000 82 Peach Hokky Surabaya 2 Day Rp 18.500 2 kg Rp 555.000 83 Apple Hokky Surabaya 2 Day Rp 50.000 8 kg Rp 6.000.000 84 Pinapple Hokky Surabaya 2 Day Rp 6.000 3 kg Rp 270.000
  • 94. 85 Lychee Hokky Surabaya 2 Day Rp 17.700 3 kg Rp 796.500 86 Lemon Hokky Surabaya 5 Day Rp 90.000 3 kg Rp 1.620.000 87 Melons Hokky Surabaya 2 Day Rp 10.000 8 kg Rp 1.200.000 88 Avocado Hokky Surabaya 3 Day Rp 28.000 8 kg Rp 2.240.000 89 Soursop Hokky Surabaya 2 Day Rp 15.000 3 kg Rp 675.000 90 Watermelon Hokky Surabaya 3 Day Rp 12.000 10 kg Rp 1.200.000 91 Cappucino powder PT Kopi Kapal Api 1 Week Rp 62.000 4 Box Rp 992.000 92 Espresso powder PT Kopi Kapal Api 1 Week Rp 48.000 4 Box Rp 768.000 93 Syrup Western Mulberry 2 Week Rp 90.000 10 kg Rp 1.800.000 94 Brown sugar Indogrosir Surabaya 3 Day Rp 13.500 2 kg Rp 270.000 95 White bread PT Nippon Indonesia 1 Day Rp 9.000 7 kg Rp 1.890.000 96 Bread flour PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 10 Day Rp 87.000 8 kg Rp 2.088.000 97 Pepper - 2 Week Rp 1.000 1 kg Rp 2.000 98 Tiramisu PT Arta Boga Cemerlang 3 Day Rp 100.000 3 kg Rp 3.000.000
  • 95. Surabaya 99 Baking Soda PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 1 Week Rp 40.000 5 kg Rp 800.000 100 Oreo - 1 Week Rp 32.500 3 kg Rp 390.000 101 Honey Madu Nusantara 10 Day Rp 40.000 5 Bottle Rp 600.000 102 Cheese Belanda 1 Week Rp 17.500 12 kg Rp 840.000 103 Slice cheese Belanda 1 Week Rp 19.500 8 kg Rp 624.000 104 Mozarella chesse Belanda 1 Week Rp 19.500 4 kg Rp 312.000 105 Burger buns PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 2 Day Rp 1.500 80 pcs Rp 1.800.000 106 Mayonaise PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 5 Day Rp 30.000 5 kg Rp 900.000 107 Seasoning powder (BBQ, cheese, roasted corn, etc.) PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 1 Week Rp 15.000 5 kg Rp 300.000 108 Spaghetti PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 1 Week Rp 420.000 3 Box Rp 5.040.000 109 Tea bags PT Sinar Sosro Surabaya 1 Week Rp 7.500 3 Pack Rp 90.000 110 Mineral Water (aqua) PT Tirta 2 Week Rp 4 Box Rp
  • 96. Investama 44.500 356.000 111 Soft Drink (coke, sprite, fanta) Coca Cola Company Rungkut Sier Surabaya 1 Week Rp 34.000 3 Crates Rp 408.000 112 Tea bottle PT Sinar Sosro Surabaya 1 Week Rp 30.000 4 Crates Rp 480.000 113 Yogurt PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 3 Day Rp 8.000 7 liter Rp 560.000 114 Oat Meal - 2 Week Rp 36.000 7 Tin Rp 504.000 115 Diet sugar (Tropicana slim) - 2 Week Rp 45.000 7 Box Rp 630.000 116 Rice - 3 Day Rp 5.500 3 kg Rp 165.000 117 Flavouring powder PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 2 Week Rp 54.000 2 box Rp 216.000 118 Soft ice cream milk powder PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 1 Week Rp 45.000 7 kg Rp 1.260.000 119 Ice cream cone PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 1 Week Rp 233 200 Pcs Rp 186.680 120 Stabilizer Emulsifiaer Mix PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 3 Day Rp 38.400 3 liter Rp 1.152.000
  • 97. 121 Soft Ice Cream powder PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya 3 Day Rp 44.000 3 kg Rp 1.320.000 122 Coffee PT Kopi Kapal Api 5 Day Rp 4.800 5 Box Rp 144.000 123 Plastics (packaging) UD Anugrah Abadi Surabaya 2 Week Rp 750.000 1 sack Rp 1.500.000 TOTAL Rp 111.923.180 
  • 98. 1 Month: 30 Days 1 Month: 4 Weeks Assumption: the usage of raw materials is equal every month COOPERATION CONTRACT Green Palace has a contract with suppliers as follows: 1. PT Santoso Makmur Abadi Surabaya Green Palace makes contract with PT Santoso Makmur Abadi Surabaya for Bogasari flour products (5 years). 2. PT Sari Pangan Sejati Surabaya (Main Supplier) Green Palace makes contract with PT Sari Pangan Sejati Surabaya for Bogasari flour products (4 years). 3. PT Indoperkasa Multi Sukses Surabaya (Main Supplier) Green Palace makes contract with PT Indoperkasa Multi Sukses Surabaya for eggs (5 years). 4. UD Sumber Dadi Surabaya Green Palace makes contract with UD Sumber Dadi Surabaya for eggs (5 years). 5. Sugar Group Company Green Palace makes contract with Sugar Group Company for sugar (5 years). 6. PT Indofood Sukses Makmur Pasuruan Green Palace makes contract with PT Indofood Sukses Makmur Pasuruan for
  • 99. vegetable oil and margarine (5 years). 7. PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya Green Palace makes contract with PT Arta Boga Cemerlang Surabaya for vanilla extract, vanilla paste, vanilla powder, food flavorings, food colouring, almond, raisin, strawberry powder, strawberry cream, pandan extract, caramel, mocca, orchid butter happy salad oil, danish puff pastry, sandwich spread, tuna/beef/chicken spread, white sprinkle, bread improve, bread flour, tiramisu, baking soda, burger buns, mayonaise, seasoning powder, spaghetti, yogurt, flavouring powder, milk ice cream powder, ice cream cone, emulisfier, and soft ice cream (5 years). 8. Pride Food Cameroon Green Palace makes contract with Pride Food Cameroon for yeast flour, maizena, and wheat flour (5 years). 9. Nestle Rungkut Surabaya Green Palace makes contract with Nestle Rungkut Surabaya for milk (5 years). 10. PT Sumatraco Surabaya Green Palace makes contract with PT Sumatraco Surabaya for salt (5 years). 11. Saudaraku Bekasi Green Palace makes contract with Saudaraku Bekasi for shredded beef (5 years).
  • 100. 12. Indogrosir Surabaya Green Palace makes contract with indogrosir for vegetables. 13. Swallow Group Pandaan Green Palace makes contract with Swallow Group Pandaan for gelatine and jelly powder (5 years). 14. Alam Coklat Tanggerang Green Palace makes contract with Alam Coklat Tanggerang for chocolate (5 years). 15. PT Eloda Mitra Sidoarjo Green Palace makes contract with PT Eloda Mitra Sidoarjo for sausage (3 years). 16. PT Heinz ABC Green Palace makes contract with PT Heinz ABC for tomato, chilli, and soy sauce (5 years). 17. Western Mulberry Green Palace makes contract with Western Mulberry for varians of jam (5 years). 18. Rumah Daging Olah Saudaraku Green Palace makes contract with Rumah Daging Olah Saudaraku for canned food (3 years). 19. Madu Nusantara
  • 101. Green Palace makes contract with Madu Nusantara for honey (3 years). 20. PT Sekar Laut. Tbk Jakarta Green Palace makes contract with PT Sekar Laut. Tbk Jakarta for seafood product (3 years). 21. PT Sinar Sosro Surabaya Green Palace makes contract with PT Sinar Sosro Surabaya for tea bottle and tea bags (5 years). 22. PT Tirta Investama Green Palace makes contract with PT Tirta Investama for drinking water (5 years). 23. Coca Cola Company Rungkut Sier Surabaya Green Palace makes contract with Coca Cola Company Rungkut Sier Surabaya for soft drinks (5 years). 24. PT Farmhouse Green Palace makes contract with PT Farmhouse for frozen French fries (5 years). 25. PT Kapal Api Green Palace makes contract with PT Kapal Api for coffee (5 years). 26. UD Anugerah Abadi Surabaya Green Palace makes contract with UD Anugerah Abadi Suarabaya for plastics packanging (5 years).
  • 102. 27. PT Nippon Indonesia Green Palace makes contract with PT Nippon Indonesia for white bread (5 years). 28. Hokky Surabaya Green Palace makes contract with Hokky Surabaya for fruits (3 years). Capacity Production Capacity of “Green Palace” in one day (Early 2014) Type Production Capacity Times each production Bread ± 1 Year 268 pcs Cup Cake ± 1 Year 79 pcs Cookies ± 1 Year 109 cookies Pastry ± 1 Year 142 pcs Ice Cream ± 1 Year 23 ice cream Green Palace production Limitation: 1. The bread color should be perfect
  • 103. 2. Dimension of the bread should be remaining the same. 3. Quality and constant taste for long period 4. Good Packaging Solution to minimize the limitation: 1. Every employee should have training and basic skills. 2. Maintenance the machine every 2-3 years 3. Have a protocol to set the temperature while cook. Business Authority To build a business in Indonesia, in this case we as “Green Palace” need an authority that issued by local government to make sure that our business run legally. (Process for Indonesian People) 1) NPWP (Nomor Pokok Wajib Pajak) a. NPWP is a registered number that every citizen in this country must have; this is required for the legal business authority. b. Step by Step to make NPWP i. Fill the Form ii. Copy of ID Card iii. Letter of authority from local government to make sure that your business exist.
  • 104. 2) SIUP (Surat Ijin Perdagangan) a. The main function of this letter, that we can run this business legally. Issued by industrial department. Step by Step to make SIUP i. Fill the Form ii. Copy of NPWP iii. Copy of SIT/UUG iv. Copy of ID Card v. Copy of Family Card vi. Company Sign & Stamp 3) SDU (Surat Ijin Domisili Usaha) a. SDU is one of the letters of authority for province level. This letter describes about investment, and to measure big or small SDU by depens on the building and investment. 4) SITU (Surat Ijin Tempat Usaha) This letter, provide about government give us the authority to build a business.
  • 105. 5) Health Department (Dep.kes RI No. 739/13.01/94) a. Halal Certificate For most than 90% of food industry in indonesia, must have halal certificate, as we know that 90% of our population is Muslim, so we must produce food that have halal certificate. Step by step to issued “Halal Certificate” 1. The Raw Material Should be Halal 2. Letter from local “MUI” 3. Halal Guarantee b. TDB (Tanda Daftar Perusahaan) This letter is the prove, that your business is running in good condition, as our regulation at UU no 3 1982 about “Registered Company” c. IMB (Ijin Mendirikan Bangunan) This letter is a proved that our building is registered and has the authority to run business.
  • 106. EXPENDITURE CYCLE OF GREEN PALACE Purchasing materials will be conducted periodically. For the new
  • 107. supplier, he/she will send a proposal or catalogs related with their products. Then, the warehouse staff and purchasing will discuss it together with owner whether accepting or rejecting the proposal. Before purchasing material from supplier, warehouse and purchasing staff will inspect the availability of materials. If there are some enough stocks, production process will be conducted. Otherwise, if shortage happened purchasing department creates two (2) copies of Purchase Requisition (PR) manually and gives it to the owner. Owner is the one who authorize about the purchasing of materials. In this case, there are two conditions: PR will be accepted or rejected. For the rejected PR, it will be carried back to warehouse staff and discuss it further. But, for the accepted one, owner will sign it, the original will be archived and for the second one will go to the purchasing department. Purchasing will make a Purchase Order (PO) and call certain supplier (assumes that supplier has the material needed). After that, supplier will prepare the materials ordered and deliver it to the Green Palace’s warehouse. When the materials arrive, warehouse and purchasing staff will check whether the materials are proper or not. If the materials aren’t proper or damaged, purchasing staff will give it back to supplier and changes it with the proper one. For the proper one, warehouse staff will sign the shipping notice (SN) from suppliers. Later, the warehouse staff will keep the second copy of SN and the original one belongs to supplier. Warehouse staff also gets the second copy of invoice and directly gives it back to the owner. The original one will be obtained after settlement. Payment will be conducted via transfer, considering the material amount. When the payment reaches the due date, supplier will confirm the
  • 108. owner to do payment. After transferring, owner will fax their transfer slip to supplier. The original one will be archived by owner and then the supplier will give the original invoice with PAID stamp to owner and directly archives it. After partial and full payment have finished, then owner gives it to accounting to be recorded. REVENUE CYCLE OF GREEN PALACE Green Palace has to systems, first is customers go to Green Palace and directly buy all their needs, and the rest is delivery service. But, the delivery service is limited with minimum purchase of Rp 200,000. Customers can call the marketing reps of Green Palace, and then they will note all of customer’s orders. After that, marketing reps give their notes (form of memo) to the production site to process it further. After customer’s orders are finished, marketing reps make two (2) copies of shipping notice with invoice and then courier is ready to deliver those products. When products have already come to the customer, he/she (customer) will see the shipping notice, sign it, gives the money to the courier. Later, customer will get second copy of shipping notice accompanied with their orders. Then, courier will give the original shipping notice with money to the cashier and archive it. For the customers who directly come to the store, they can pick a tray and looking for breads, cookies, cakes, and etc. After fulfilling all of their needs, they have to go to cashier to do payment. Payment is divided into two (2): cash and using debit card. For the cash one, cashier will give the invoice and packaged products after customers finish their payment. Whereas the debit one, customers have to give their card to the cashier, cashier will input it to the computer, customers type password into debit machine, and finally cashier will carry back the debit card along with products, invoice, and debit
  • 109. slip to customers. Pre-Operational Scheduling At the beginning of our business of Green Palace, we arrange some of activities which related with our operational activities, they are: 1. Survey (STP and surveying the competitor) Green Palace Survey done in order to look for and determine the target market of Green Palace, therefore at the level of development and implementation of Green Palace business will be straight to the targeted customers. Besides survey which done directly by the company, the survey also done by some steps of analysis regarding about strength, weakness, opportunity, and threat. Green Palace also analyze of whomever to be the competitors which will be any obstacles of Green Palace’s business. By doing the survey for its competitors then the obstacles will be able to be minimized easily by showing our company competitive advantages and uniqueness to our customers therefore, Green Palace will grow, develop and sustain even though within certain time of period there will be competitors who will make the similar business in Surabaya. 2. Selecting the Location Green Palace is located in Jl. Ir.H.Soekarno, beside Soto Ayam Lamongan Cak Har, telp: (031) 5936721. As the owner consider about cost and efficiency, place for production and café are located in the same place. This location is chosen because we see the potential
  • 110. market in this new place. Since Jl.Ir.H.Soekarno is a new business district in East Surabaya, Green Palace will get the attention of Surabaya people, moreover this location is close with the residential like Semolowaru, Nginden, Timpotika and there will also the coming apartment building of The Kertajaya Apartment and Resident etc which will add more possibility of customers. 3. Permission In making a business entity it is a must with a legal permission from the government. The management of the company has to take care of all the regulation requirements in order to support and make the business will run smoothly. For example: handling the NPWP (Nomor Pokok Wajib Pajak) which is needed in getting the permission to build the business. NPWP is an evidence that the applicant is legally and approved tax registered by the government and country. Then, handling for the SIUP (Surat Izin Perdagangan) after it go for SDU (Surat Izin Domisili Usaha), SITU (Surat Izin Tempat Usaha), An approved from the Health Department, Halal approved, TDP (Tanda Daftar Perusahaan), IMB (Izin Mendirikan Bangunan) and Advertisement Permission. 4. Building Making the building is a must for the business implementation. The construction of the Green Palace will be done by the selected architects whom are the owner’s colleagues therefore the cost will be not that expensive. Land of Green Palace is 1000 m2 which consists
  • 111. of: Parking lot for vehicles and motorcycles; Security post, a place for security officers who monitor and control safety of Green Palace; Service area, a place for customer to dine in; Display bakery; Restroom for customer only; Management office, a place for management to do administrative activities, monthly meeting, etc; Raw material warehouse, a warehouse for raw material of bakery and beverages. 5. Interior Design Green Palace will be designed as its name with the green ambiance like in the park. The floor will be made from the stones, and the separators of the walls will be made from the wood. And also with the green grass and the fountain with water flows. In the middle section of the building there will be an open kitchen concept which customers can see through the transparent separators. At the cafe section which located on the upper floor, there will be some wooded chairs and tables with some green trees and flowers, with green grass on the floor. In the evening or in the dark, there will be cozy lighting which will make the atmosphere warm and friendly. 6. Employees Recruitment and Selection Employees recruitment conducted in two ways, there are: a. Make advertisement on mass media like newpapers b. Use the network system which is trusted for example: information taken from the business relation or business network 7. Selecting the Suppliers, Buying the Equipments and Raw Materials
  • 112. Before buying the tools and equipments we firstly done a survey to some qualified stores and suppliers with reasonable price. After determining the right suppliers that we need, then the buying transaction will be soon conducted. 8. Launching (Opening) Symbols Activities Optimistic Time In week Normal Time in week Optimistic Time in week ET (week) Previously A Survey (STP & Surveying Competitors) Green Palace 3 4 5 4 -
  • 113. The grand opening and launching wil be held in one day with fireworks attraction on Sunday to the society as the opening and introduction ceremony of Green Palace. After all the preparations of the grand opening and launching get prepared then the last point to do is doing an intense promotion, which Green Palace will come up with design and product which are new and offer new products and with healthy, quality and taste delicious and the location which sets as a cozy café. The concept that we have is different and we will do promotion for the external parties so then customers will recognize Green Palace’s existence. Promotion will be done by making some advertisement in mass media like newspaper and billboards in some points of crowded areas and neighborhood. Some efforts can be done by Green Palace to avoid the construction project becoming late especially on the critical line that is when the contruction of the building which takes normal time of 48 weeks or equal with 1 year, the owner does the recruitment in another places and looks for another alternatives of B Selecting the Location 2 3 5 4 A C Permission 2 3 4 3 B D Contructing the Building 24 48 72 48 C E Design Interior 2 3 5 4 C F Employees Selection & Recruitment 5 7 8 7 C G Selecting the suppliers, Buying equipments, & raw materials 4 5 7 6 C H Launching (Opening) 5 7 9 7 D, E. F. G
  • 114. suppliers of the raw materials, equipments, tools of Green Palace so when the contruction of the building done then all the processes are ready with the situation of sufficient employees and get the right suppliers. The environment impact (social and economy) 1. Employees Safety In production process there is no dangerous risks that can put the employees in danger but, is there is incident happens in the production process then the owner will bear the cost till employees get cured and can get back to work. In production process, it is available for hand gloves and mask. Besided mask and hand gloves, Green Palace also provide the estinguisher tubes in case of fire. Exhaust fans also available for good air circulation in the Green Palace therefore the employees will get fresh air and feel comfortable while working inside the Green Palace. For those employees whom are expecting there will be given a leave for 2 months. This is given to avoid the risks on doing the job. The company will cut the salary of the employees when they leave more than the stated policy. Moreover, when the employees come into the production area, their hands have to be clean and steril so then the higienic of the production process maintained. All employees will be given THR based on the policy. 2. Environmental Impact Green Palace has no negative impacts towards the environment because there is no toxic wastes which made from the production process. Some wastes are used cooking oils, plastic bags from the
  • 115. cooking oil, powder, and butter. All these wastes are not toxic for the environment. Usually the cleaning staffs will take the garbages in the early morning. 3. Social-Economy Impact if there are some unsold products of Green Palace, then Green Palace will give it to the orphanage house, or another social institution in Surabaya, for example: the orphanage house Rumah Singgah Sekar and Rumah Singgah Jagir in Surabaya. And also give some to the employees. FINANCIALASPECT A. FINANCING Green Palace (GP) is a sole proprietorship and it will be built in 2013. The financial structure of GP consists of seven (7) investors. Total capital is as much as Rp3.728.606.500, so that each investor contributes Rp 532.658.071. Seven investors who involve on the opening of GP are Mr.Lim, Ms. Rolanda, Ms.Surya, Ms.Jayanthi, Ms.Santika, Ms.Tsi, and Ms.Zaenab. Capital of Rp3.728.606.500 uses to construct the building and decoration, buy some equipment and supplies for production process, and be used for the purposes of marketing activities and other operational costs such as for promotion, training and human resource development as well as maintenance for machinery. Profit sharing will be based on the amount of capital paid by each investor. Because of the same amount of paid capital so that the profit sharing has the same ratio for each of them. In the event of increasing costs in the company's operations, GP has certain amount of reserve collected by each investor during a certain period.
  • 116. INITIAL INVESTMENT FOR PRODUCTION AREA DURING 2013-2017 No Item Supplier Amount Useful Life/ Year Price/ Unit Total 1 Convection Oven PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 3 20 Rp 30.100.000 Rp 90.300.000 2 Mesin Mixer Horizontal (Capacity: 45 kg) PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 2 8 Rp 5.200.000 Rp 10.400.000 3 Dough Moulder PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 1 15 Rp 15.000.000 Rp 15.000.000 4 Dough Divider PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 2 14 Rp 14.000.000 Rp 28.000.000 5 Dough Sheeter PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 2 16 Rp 20.000.000 Rp 40.000.000 6 Up Right Freezer PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 1 10 Rp 9.500.000 Rp 9.500.000 7 Chest Freezer -28 °C PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 1 10 Rp 6.200.000 Rp 6.200.000 8 Blender PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 3 5 Rp 700.000 Rp 2.100.000 9 Bread Slicer PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 2 10 Rp 5.100.000 Rp 10.200.000 10 ”Tube Gas” 60 kg UD. WONOKOYO PRIMA GAS 3 5 Rp 390.000 Rp 1.170.000 11 Table Toko Panca Jaya Surabaya 1 5 Rp 1.500.000 Rp 1.500.000 12 Chair Toko Panca Jaya Surabaya 10 5 Rp 85.000 Rp 850.000 13 TV 21” Hartono Elektronika 1 8 Rp 700.000 Rp 700.000
  • 117. Surabaya 14 Stand Fan Hartono Elektronika Sby 2 5 Rp 200.000 Rp 400.000 15 Exhaust Fan Hartono Elektronika Sby 2 8 Rp 350.000 Rp 700.000 TOTAL Rp 217.020.000 INITIAL INVESTMENT FOR CAFE DURING 2013-2017 No Item Supplier Useful Life / Year Amount Price / Unit Total 1 Air Conditioner Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 8 2 Rp 1.500.000 Rp 3.000.000 2 Table Toko Panca Jaya Surabaya 5 8 Rp 150.000 Rp 1.200.000 3 Chair Toko Panca Jaya Surabaya 5 20 Rp 85.000 Rp 1.700.000 4 Sofa Toko Panca Jaya Surabaya 8 3 Rp 2.500.000 Rp 7.500.000 9 TV Flat Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 10 1 Rp 5.175.000 Rp 5.175.000
  • 118. 10 Freezer Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 10 1 Rp 2.500.000 Rp 2.500.000 11 Stove PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 10 1 Rp 2.500.000 Rp 2.500.000 12 Microwave PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 8 1 Rp 1.250.000 Rp 1.250.000 13 Frayer PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 5 1 Rp 1.250.000 Rp 1.250.000 14 Dispenser PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 5 1 Rp 960.000 Rp 960.000 15 Blender PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 5 2 Rp 700.000 Rp 1.400.000 16 Meat Cutting Machine PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 8 1 Rp 3.750.000 Rp 3.750.000 11 Vacum Cleaner PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 3 3 Rp 250.000 Rp 750.000 TOTAL Rp 32.935.000 INITIAL INVESTMENT FOR OFFICE ROOM DURING 2013-2017 No Item Supplier Useful Life / Year Amount Price / Unit Total 1 Bookcase Toko Panca Jaya Surabaya 8 1 Rp 500.000 Rp 500.000 2 Owner Table Toko Panca Jaya Surabaya 5 1 Rp 1.500.000 Rp 1.500.000 3 Owner Chair Toko Panca Jaya Surabaya 5 1 Rp 1.250.000 Rp 1.250.000
  • 119. 4 Staff Table Toko Panca Jaya Surabaya 5 2 Rp 750.000 Rp 1.500.000 5 Staff Chair Toko Panca Jaya Surabaya 5 2 Rp 150.000 Rp 300.000 7 Guest Chair Toko Panca Jaya Surabaya 5 2 Rp 85.000 Rp 170.000 8 Fax Machine Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 8 1 Rp 1.500.000 Rp 1.500.000 9 Telephone Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 5 2 Rp 250.000 Rp 500.000 10 TV 21” Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 9 1 Rp 1.500.000 Rp 1.500.000 11 Printer Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 5 2 Rp 700.000 Rp 1.400.000 12 Computer Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 10 2 Rp 5.000.000 Rp 10.000.000 14 Dispenser PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 5 1 Rp 960.000 Rp 960.000 15 Paper Shredder Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 5 1 Rp 750.000 Rp 750.000 TOTAL Rp 21.830.000 EQUIPMENT YEAR 2013 No Item Amount Unit Price / Unit Total 1 Ink Supplies 18 Bottle Rp 150.000 Rp 2.700.000
  • 120. 2 A4 Paper(Bola Dunia 80 gr) 5 Ream Rp 30.000 Rp 150.000 3 A3 Brown Envelope 10 Pcs Rp 30.000 Rp 300.000 4 Ballpoint 50 Pcs Rp 2.300 Rp 115.000 5 Receipt book 100 sheets 10 Unit Rp 2.500 Rp 25.000 6 Scissors 5 Unit Rp 3.000 Rp 15.000 7 Glue 5 Unit Rp 5.000 Rp 25.000 8 Office tapes 100 Unit Rp 2.000 Rp 200.000 9 Staples 5 Unit Rp 15.000 Rp 75.000 10 Drinking Water Gallons (refill) 25 Gallons Rp 8.000 Rp 200.000 11 Hand Soap 30 Pcs Rp 3.600 Rp 108.000 12 Sabun Cuci Piring 50 Pcs Rp 8.000 Rp 400.000 13 Toilet Deodorizer 24 Box Rp 7.500 Rp 180.000 14 Straw 25 Wraps Rp 5.500 Rp 137.500 15 Box (for bread) 60 Ream Rp 11.000 Rp 660.000 16 Box (for meal) 40 Ream Rp 14.000 Rp 560.000 17 Tissue 10 Box Rp 85.000 Rp 850.000 18 Lamp 100 Pcs Rp 35.000 Rp 3.500.000 19 Table cloth 20 Pcs Rp 8.100 Rp 162.000
  • 121. 20 Kitchen cloth 20 Pcs Rp 9.500 Rp 190.000 21 Tissue Box 10 Pcs Rp 10.000 Rp 100.000 22 Soap Case 10 Pcs Rp 3.500 Rp 35.000 24 Mirror 1 Pcs Rp 150.000 Rp 150.000 25 Clock 5 Pcs Rp 60.000 Rp 300.000 26 Ex banner 1 Pcs Rp 60.000 Rp 60.000 27 Door mat 4 Pcs Rp 20.000 Rp 80.000 28 Trash bin 10 Pcs Rp 50.000 Rp 500.000 29 Mop 10 Pcs Rp 7.500 Rp 75.000 30 “MCK”/Bath, wash, toilet Equipment 3 Set Rp 100.000 Rp 300.000 31 Toilet Tissue 6 Box Rp 85.000 Rp 510.000 32 Bucket 5 Pcs Rp 8.900 Rp 44.500 33 Fork 30 Pcs Rp 5.000 Rp 150.000 34 Tea spoon 20 Pcs Rp 3.000 Rp 60.000 35 Spoon 30 Pcs Rp 3.500 Rp 105.000 36 Plate 30 Set Rp 10.000 Rp 300.000 37 Saucer 5 Pcs Rp 10.000 Rp 50.000
  • 122. 38 Salt and pepper shaker 10 Pcs Rp 5.000 Rp 50.000 39 Stainless thermos 1 Pcs Rp 450.000 Rp 450.000 40 Ice cube tongs 3 Pcs Rp 5.000 Rp 15.000 41 Bowl 15 Pcs Rp 7.500 Rp 112.500 42 Soup spoon 20 Pcs Rp 20.000 Rp 400.000 43 Food Pan 1 Pcs Rp 110.000 Rp 110.000 44 Big plate 15 Pcs Rp 20.000 Rp 300.000 45 Cutting board 2 Pcs Rp 35.000 Rp 70.000 46 Knife 5 Pcs Rp 89.000 Rp 445.000 47 Pan 2 Pcs Rp 125.000 Rp 250.000 48 Bamboo tray 5 Pcs Rp 45.000 Rp 225.000 49 Soy sauce bottle 5 Pcs Rp 60.000 Rp 300.000 50 Sponges 10 Pcs Rp 2.000 Rp 20.000 51 Electric home fragrance 4 Pcs Rp 60.000 Rp 240.000 52 Glass cleaner (refill) 5 Pcs Rp 12.000 Rp 60.000 53 Porcelain cleaner 5 Pcs Rp 10.000 Rp 50.000 54 Dish soap 10 Pcs Rp 15.000 Rp 150.000 55 Floor cleaner 10 Pcs Rp 15.000 Rp 150.000
  • 123. 56 Drinking water 5 Box Rp 14.000 Rp 70.000 57 Broom 5 Pcs Rp 15.000 Rp 75.000 58 Plastics(1 kg per pcs) 5 Pcs Rp 5.000 Rp 25.000 59 Plastic bag 10 Pcs Rp 7.500 Rp 75.000 60 Water dispenser 3 Pcs Rp 50.000 Rp 150.000 61 Bread, Pastry & Cup Cake baskets 100 Pcs Rp 20.000 Rp 2.000.000 62 Tray 15 Pcs Rp 15.000 Rp 225.000 63 Tongs 15 Pcs Rp 35.000 Rp 525.000 64 “Tube Gas” 1 Pcs Rp 95.000 Rp 95.000 65 Frayer 1 Pcs Rp 1.250.000 Rp 1.250.000 66 Mask 20 Pcs Rp 35.000 Rp 700.000 67 Gloves 240 Pcs Rp 9.000 Rp 2.160.000 68 Cool Box 3 Pcs Rp 200.000 Rp 600.000 69 Glass 100 Pcs Rp 10.000 Rp 1.000.000 70 Sauce bowl 50 Pcs Rp 10.500 Rp 525.000 71 Salad bowl 50 Pcs Rp 65.000 Rp 3.250.000 72 Ice Cream spoon 200 Pcs Rp 2.200 Rp 440.000
  • 124. Total Revenue – Pessimistic Condition POTATO BUN (BEEF) Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price per Unit Total 1 18,210 13,510 10,000 135,100,000 2 20,605 16,115 10,000 161,150,000 73 Ice Cream glass 200 Pcs Rp 9.000 Rp 1.800.000 74 Toothpick 50 Box Rp 2.000 Rp 100.000 TOTAL Rp 31.834.500 INITIAL INVESTMENT OF GREEN PALACE No Description Unit Useful Life / Year Total Cost 1 Land 1000 m2 - Rp 1.850.000.000 2 Building 300 m2 25 Rp 750.000.000 3 Car 1 unit 10 Rp 150.000.000 Total Rp 2.750.000.000
  • 125. 3 29,405 24,760 10,000 247,600,000 4 32,740 28,105 12,500 351,312,500 5 34,545 29,960 12,500 374,500,000 POTATO BUN (CHICKEN) Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price per Unit Total 1 18,210 13,510 10,000 135,100,000 2 20,605 16,115 10,000 161,150,000 3 29,405 24,760 10,000 247,600,000 4 32,740 28,105 12,500 351,312,500 5 34,545 29,960 12,500 374,500,000 POTATO BUN (TUNA) Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price per Unit Total 1 18,210 13,510 10,000 135,100,000 2 20,605 16,115 10,000 161,150,000 3 29,405 24,760 10,000 247,600,000 4 32,740 28,105 12,500 351,312,500 5 34,545 29,960 12,500 374,500,000 RAINBOW CAKE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price per Unit Total 1 18,210 13,510 30,000 405,300,000
  • 126. 2 20,605 16,115 30,000 483,450,000 3 29,405 24,760 30,000 742,800,000 4 32,740 28,105 35,000 983,675,000 5 34,545 29,960 35,000 1,048,600,000 CUPCAKES Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price per Unit Total 1 18,210 13,510 25,000 337,750,000 2 20,605 16,115 25,000 402,875,000 3 29,405 24,760 25,000 619,000,000 4 32,740 28,105 27,500 772,887,500 5 34,545 29,960 27,500 823,900,000 SUNKIST JUICE Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 14,705 15,000 Rp 220,575,000 2 20,605 17,355 15,000 Rp 260,325,000 3 29,405 25,510 15,000 Rp 382,650,000 4 32,740 29,120 17,000 Rp 495,040,000 5 34,545 30,515 17,000 Rp 518,755,000 AVOCADO JUICE
  • 127. Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 14,705 24,000 352,920,000 2 20,605 17,355 24,000 416,520,000 3 29,405 25,510 30,000 765,300,000 4 32,740 29,120 30,000 873,600,000 5 34,545 30,515 30,000 915,450,000 STRAWBERRY JUICE Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 14,705 35,000 Rp 514,675,000 2 20,605 17,355 35,000 Rp 607,425,000 3 29,405 25,510 35,000 Rp 892,850,000 4 32,740 29,120 40,000 Rp 1,164,800,000 5 34,545 30,515 40,000 Rp 1,220,600,000 TOMATO JUICE Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total
  • 128. 1 18,210 14,705 18,000 Rp 264,690,000 2 20,605 17,355 18,000 Rp 312,390,000 3 29,405 25,510 18,000 Rp 459,180,000 4 32,740 29,120 25,000 Rp 728,000,000 5 34,545 30,515 25,000 Rp 762,875,000 PEAR JUICE Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 14,705 18,000 Rp 264,690,000 2 20,605 17,355 18,000 Rp 312,390,000 3 29,405 25,510 18,000 Rp 459,180,000 4 32,740 29,120 25,000 Rp 728,000,000 5 34,545 30,515 25,000 Rp 762,875,000 GUAVA JUICE Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 14,705 15,000 Rp 220,575,000 2 20,605 17,355 15,000 Rp 260,325,000 3 29,405 25,510 15,000 Rp 382,650,000 4 32,740 29,120 20,000 Rp 582,400,000 5 34,545 30,515 20,000 Rp 610,300,000 KIWI JUICE
  • 129. Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 14,705 35,000 Rp 514,675,000 2 20,605 17,355 35,000 Rp 607,425,000 3 29,405 25,510 35,000 Rp 892,850,000 4 32,740 29,120 45,000 Rp 1,310,400,000 5 34,545 30,515 45,000 Rp 1,373,175,000 MANGO JUICE Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 14,705 18,000 Rp 264,690,000 2 20,605 17,355 18,000 Rp 312,390,000 3 29,405 25,510 18,000 Rp 459,180,000 4 32,740 29,120 25,000 Rp 728,000,000 5 34,545 30,515 25,000 Rp 762,875,000 DRAGON FRUIT JUICE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total
  • 130. 1 18,210 14,705 15,000 Rp 220,575,000 2 20,605 17,355 15,000 Rp 260,325,000 3 29,405 25,510 15,000 Rp 382,650,000 4 32,740 29,120 18,000 Rp 524,160,000 5 34,545 30,515 18,000 Rp 549,270,000 CARROT JUICE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total 1 18,210 14,705 15,000 Rp 220,575,000 2 20,605 17,355 15,000 Rp 260,325,000 3 29,405 25,510 15,000 Rp 382,650,000 4 32,740 29,120 18,000 Rp 524,160,000 5 34,545 30,515 18,000 Rp 549,270,000 DUTCH EGGPLANT JUICE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total 1 18,210 14,705 15,000 Rp 220,575,000 2 20,605 17,355 15,000 Rp 260,325,000 3 29,405 25,510 15,000 Rp 382,650,000 4 32,740 29,120 18,000 Rp 524,160,000 5 34,545 30,515 18,000 Rp 549,270,000
  • 131. STAR FRUIT JUICE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total 1 18,210 14,705 15,000 Rp 220,575,000 2 20,605 17,355 15,000 Rp 260,325,000 3 29,405 25,510 15,000 Rp 382,650,000 4 32,740 29,120 18,000 Rp 524,160,000 5 34,545 30,515 18,000 Rp 549,270,000 SOURSOP JUICE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total 1 18,210 14,705 15,000 Rp 220,575,000 2 20,605 17,355 15,000 Rp 260,325,000 3 29,405 25,510 15,000 Rp 382,650,000 4 32,740 29,120 18,000 Rp 524,160,000 5 34,545 30,515 18,000 Rp 549,270,000
  • 132. JAPANESE MUSTARD JUICE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total 1 18,210 14,705 15,000 Rp 220,575,000 2 20,605 17,355 15,000 Rp 260,325,000 3 29,405 25,510 15,000 Rp 382,650,000 4 32,740 29,120 18,000 Rp 524,160,000 5 34,545 30,515 18,000 Rp 549,270,000 CUCUMBER JUICE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total 1 18,210 16,010 15,000 Rp 240,150,000 2 20,605 19,880 15,000 Rp 298,200,000 3 29,405 28,370 15,000 Rp 425,550,000 4 32,740 31,060 18,000 Rp 559,080,000 5 34,545 34,215 18,000 Rp 615,870,000 BROCCOLI JUICE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total 1 18,210 16,010 15,000 Rp 240,150,000 2 20,605 19,880 15,000 Rp 298,200,000 3 29,405 28,370 15,000 Rp 425,550,000 4 32,740 31,060 18,000 Rp 559,080,000 5 34,545 34,215 18,000 Rp 615,870,000
  • 133. Total Revenue – Normal Condition POTATO BUN (BEEF) Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price per Unit Total 1 18,210 16,010 10,000 160,100,000 2 20,605 19,880 10,000 198,800,000 3 29,405 28,370 10,000 283,700,000 4 32,740 31,060 12,500 388,250,000 5 34,545 34,215 12,500 427,687,500 POTATO BUN (CHICKEN) Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price per Unit Total 1 18,210 16,010 10,000 160,100,000 2 20,605 19,880 10,000 198,800,000 3 29,405 28,370 10,000 283,700,000 4 32,740 31,060 12,500 388,250,000 5 34,545 34,215 12,500 427,687,500
  • 134. POTATO BUN (TUNA) Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price per Unit Total 1 18,210 16,010 10,000 160,100,000 2 20,605 19,880 10,000 198,800,000 3 29,405 28,370 10,000 283,700,000 4 32,740 31,060 12,500 388,250,000 5 34,545 34,215 12,500 427,687,500 RAINBOW CAKE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price per Unit Total 1 18,210 16,010 30,000 480,300,000 2 20,605 19,880 30,000 596,400,000 3 29,405 28,370 30,000 851,100,000 4 32,740 31,060 35,000 1,087,100,000 5 34,545 34,215 35,000 1,197,525,000 CUPCAKES Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price per Unit Total 1 18,210 16,010 25,000 400,250,000 2 20,605 19,880 25,000 497,000,000
  • 135. 3 29,405 28,370 25,000 709,250,000 4 32,740 31,060 27,500 854,150,000 5 34,545 34,215 27,500 940,912,500 SUNKIST JUICE Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 16,010 15,000 240,150,000 2 20,605 19,880 15,000 298,200,000 3 29,405 28,370 15,000 425,550,000 4 32,740 31,060 17,000 528,020,000 5 34,545 34,215 17,000 581,655,000 AVOCADO JUICE Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 16,010 24,000 384,240,000 2 20,605 19,880 24,000 477,120,000 3 29,405 28,370 30,000 851,100,000 4 32,740 31,060 30,000 931,800,000 5 34,545 34,215 30,000 1,026,450,000
  • 136. STRAWBERRY JUICE Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 16,010 35,000 560,350,000 2 20,605 19,880 35,000 695,800,000 3 29,405 28,370 35,000 992,950,000 4 32,740 31,060 40,000 1,242,400,000 5 34,545 34,215 40,000 1,368,600,000 TOMATO JUICE Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 16,010 18,000 288,180,000 2 20,605 19,880 18,000 357,840,000 3 29,405 28,370 18,000 510,660,000 4 32,740 31,060 25,000 776,500,000 5 34,545 34,215 25,000 855,375,000 PEAR JUICE
  • 137. Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 16,010 18,000 288,180,000 2 20,605 19,880 18,000 357,840,000 3 29,405 28,370 18,000 510,660,000 4 32,740 31,060 25,000 776,500,000 5 34,545 34,215 25,000 855,375,000 GUAVA JUICE Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 16,010 15,000 240,150,000 2 20,605 19,880 15,000 298,200,000 3 29,405 28,370 15,000 425,550,000 4 32,740 31,060 20,000 621,200,000 5 34,545 34,215 20,000 684,300,000 KIWI JUICE Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 16,010 35,000 560,350,000 2 20,605 19,880 35,000 695,800,000 3 29,405 28,370 35,000 992,950,000
  • 138. 4 32,740 31,060 45,000 1,397,700,000 5 34,545 34,215 45,000 1,539,675,000 MANGO JUICE Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 16,010 18,000 288,180,000 2 20,605 19,880 18,000 357,840,000 3 29,405 28,370 18,000 510,660,000 4 32,740 31,060 25,000 776,500,000 5 34,545 34,215 25,000 855,375,000 DRAGON FRUIT JUICE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total 1 18,210 16,010 15,000 240,150,000 2 20,605 19,880 15,000 298,200,000
  • 139. 3 29,405 28,370 15,000 425,550,000 4 32,740 31,060 18,000 559,080,000 5 34,545 34,215 18,000 615,870,000 CARROT JUICE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total 1 18,210 16,010 15,000 240,150,000 2 20,605 19,880 15,000 298,200,000 3 29,405 28,370 15,000 425,550,000 4 32,740 31,060 18,000 559,080,000 5 34,545 34,215 18,000 615,870,000 DUTCH EGGPLANT JUICE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total 1 18,210 16,010 15,000 240,150,000
  • 140. 2 20,605 19,880 15,000 298,200,000 3 29,405 28,370 15,000 425,550,000 4 32,740 31,060 18,000 559,080,000 5 34,545 34,215 18,000 615,870,000 STAR FRUIT JUICE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total 1 18,210 16,010 15,000 240,150,000 2 20,605 19,880 15,000 298,200,000 3 29,405 28,370 15,000 425,550,000 4 32,740 31,060 18,000 559,080,000 5 34,545 34,215 18,000 615,870,000 SOURSOP JUICE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total 1 18,210 16,010 15,000 240,150,000 2 20,605 19,880 15,000 298,200,000 3 29,405 28,370 15,000 425,550,000 4 32,740 31,060 18,000 559,080,000 5 34,545 34,215 18,000 615,870,000 JAPANESE MUSTARD JUICE
  • 141. Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total 1 18,210 16,010 15,000 240,150,000 2 20,605 19,880 15,000 298,200,000 3 29,405 28,370 15,000 425,550,000 4 32,740 31,060 18,000 559,080,000 5 34,545 34,215 18,000 615,870,000 CUCUMBER JUICE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total 1 18,210 16,010 15,000 240,150,000 2 20,605 19,880 15,000 298,200,000 3 29,405 28,370 15,000 425,550,000 4 32,740 31,060 18,000 559,080,000 5 34,545 34,215 18,000 615,870,000 BROCCOLI JUICE Year Total Production Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total
  • 142. (Unit) 1 18,210 16,010 15,000 240,150,000 2 20,605 19,880 15,000 298,200,000 3 29,405 28,370 15,000 425,550,000 4 32,740 31,060 18,000 559,080,000 5 34,545 34,215 18,000 615,870,000 Total Revenue – Optimistic Condition POTATO BUN (BEEF) Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price per Unit Total 1 18,210 18,010 10,000 180,100,000 2 20,605 20,505 10,000 205,050,000 3 29,405 29,105 10,000 291,050,000 4 32,740 32,560 12,500 407,000,000 5 34,545 34,020 12,500 425,250,000 POTATO BUN (CHICKEN) Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price per Unit Total 1 18,210 18,010 10,000 180,100,000
  • 143. 2 20,605 20,505 10,000 205,050,000 3 29,405 29,105 10,000 291,050,000 4 32,740 32,560 12,500 407,000,000 5 34,545 34,020 12,500 425,250,000 POTATO BUN (TUNA) Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price per Unit Total 1 18,210 18,010 10,000 180,100,000 2 20,605 20,505 10,000 205,050,000 3 29,405 29,105 10,000 291,050,000 4 32,740 32,560 12,500 407,000,000 5 34,545 34,020 12,500 425,250,000 RAINBOW CAKE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price per Unit Total 1 18,210 18,010 30,000 540,300,000 2 20,605 20,505 30,000 615,150,000
  • 144. 3 29,405 29,105 30,000 873,150,000 4 32,740 32,560 35,000 1,139,600,000 5 34,545 34,020 35,000 1,190,700,000 CUPCAKES Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price per Unit Total 1 18,210 18,010 25,000 450,250,000 2 20,605 20,505 25,000 512,625,000 3 29,405 29,105 25,000 727,625,000 4 32,740 32,560 27,500 895,400,000 5 34,545 34,020 27,500 935,550,000 SUNKIST JUICE Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 18,100 15,000 271,500,000 2 20,605 20,490 15,000 307,350,000 3 29,405 29,215 15,000 438,225,000 4 32,740 32,485 17,000 552,245,000 5 34,545 34,105 17,000 579,785,000 AVOCADO JUICE
  • 145. Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 18,100 24,000 434,400,000 2 20,605 20,490 24,000 491,760,000 3 29,405 29,215 30,000 876,450,000 4 32,740 32,485 30,000 974,550,000 5 34,545 34,105 30,000 1,023,150,000 STRAWBERRY JUICE Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 18,100 35,000 633,500,000 2 20,605 20,490 35,000 717,150,000 3 29,405 29,215 35,000 1,022,525,000 4 32,740 32,485 40,000 1,299,400,000 5 34,545 34,105 40,000 1,364,200,000 TOMATO JUICE
  • 146. Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 18,100 18,000 325,800,000 2 20,605 20,490 18,000 368,820,000 3 29,405 29,215 18,000 525,870,000 4 32,740 32,485 25,000 812,125,000 5 34,545 34,105 25,000 852,625,000 PEAR JUICE Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 18,100 18,000 325,800,000 2 20,605 20,490 18,000 368,820,000 3 29,405 29,215 18,000 525,870,000 4 32,740 32,485 25,000 812,125,000 5 34,545 34,105 25,000 852,625,000 GUAVA JUICE Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 18,100 15,000 271,500,000 2 20,605 20,490 15,000 307,350,000 3 29,405 29,215 15,000 438,225,000
  • 147. 4 32,740 32,485 20,000 649,700,000 5 34,545 34,105 20,000 682,100,000 KIWI JUICE Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 18,100 35,000 633,500,000 2 20,605 20,490 35,000 717,150,000 3 29,405 29,215 35,000 1,022,525,000 4 32,740 32,485 45,000 1,461,825,000 5 34,545 34,105 45,000 1,534,725,000 MANGO JUICE Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 18,100 18,000 325,800,000 2 20,605 20,490 18,000 368,820,000
  • 148. 3 29,405 29,215 18,000 525,870,000 4 32,740 32,485 25,000 812,125,000 5 34,545 34,105 25,000 852,625,000 DRAGON FRUIT JUICE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total 1 18,210 18,100 15,000 271,500,000 2 20,605 20,490 15,000 307,350,000 3 29,405 29,215 15,000 438,225,000 4 32,740 32,485 18,000 584,730,000 5 34,545 34,105 18,000 613,890,000 CARROT JUICE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total 1 18,210 18,100 15,000 271,500,000
  • 149. 2 20,605 20,490 15,000 307,350,000 3 29,405 29,215 15,000 438,225,000 4 32,740 32,485 18,000 584,730,000 5 34,545 34,105 18,000 613,890,000 DUTCH EGGPLANT JUICE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total 1 18,210 18,100 15,000 271,500,000 2 20,605 20,490 15,000 307,350,000 3 29,405 29,215 15,000 438,225,000 4 32,740 32,485 18,000 584,730,000 5 34,545 34,105 18,000 613,890,000 STAR FRUIT JUICE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total 1 18,210 18,100 15,000 271,500,000 2 20,605 20,490 15,000 307,350,000 3 29,405 29,215 15,000 438,225,000 4 32,740 32,485 18,000 584,730,000 5 34,545 34,105 18,000 613,890,000 SOURSOP JUICE
  • 150. Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total 1 18,210 18,100 15,000 271,500,000 2 20,605 20,490 15,000 307,350,000 3 29,405 29,215 15,000 438,225,000 4 32,740 32,485 18,000 584,730,000 5 34,545 34,105 18,000 613,890,000 JAPANESE MUSTARD JUICE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total 1 18,210 18,100 15,000 271,500,000 2 20,605 20,490 15,000 307,350,000 3 29,405 29,215 15,000 438,225,000 4 32,740 32,485 18,000 584,730,000 5 34,545 34,105 18,000 613,890,000 CUCUMBER JUICE Year Total Production Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total
  • 151. (Unit) 1 18,210 18,100 15,000 271,500,000 2 20,605 20,490 15,000 307,350,000 3 29,405 29,215 15,000 438,225,000 4 32,740 32,485 18,000 584,730,000 5 34,545 34,105 18,000 613,890,000 BROCCOLI JUICE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total 1 18,210 18,100 15,000 271,500,000 2 20,605 20,490 15,000 307,350,000 3 29,405 29,215 15,000 438,225,000 4 32,740 32,485 18,000 584,730,000 5 34,545 34,105 18,000 613,890,000 POTATO BUN (BEEF) Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price per Unit Total 1 18,210 16,010 10,000 160,100,000 2 20,605 19,880 10,000 198,800,000 3 29,405 28,370 10,000 283,700,000 4 32,740 31,060 12,500 388,250,000
  • 152. 5 34,545 34,215 12,500 427,687,500 POTATO BUN (CHICKEN) Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price per Unit Total 1 18,210 16,010 10,000 160,100,000 2 20,605 19,880 10,000 198,800,000 3 29,405 28,370 10,000 283,700,000 4 32,740 31,060 12,500 388,250,000 5 34,545 34,215 12,500 427,687,500 POTATO BUN (TUNA) Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price per Unit Total 1 18,210 16,010 10,000 160,100,000 2 20,605 19,880 10,000 198,800,000 3 29,405 28,370 10,000 283,700,000 4 32,740 31,060 12,500 388,250,000 5 34,545 34,215 12,500 427,687,500
  • 153. RAINBOW CAKE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price per Unit Total 1 18,210 16,010 30,000 480,300,000 2 20,605 19,880 30,000 596,400,000 3 29,405 28,370 30,000 851,100,000 4 32,740 31,060 35,000 1,087,100,000 5 34,545 34,215 35,000 1,197,525,000 CUPCAKES Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price per Unit Total 1 18,210 16,010 25,000 400,250,000 2 20,605 19,880 25,000 497,000,000 3 29,405 28,370 25,000 709,250,000 4 32,740 31,060 27,500 854,150,000 5 34,545 34,215 27,500 940,912,500 SUNKIST JUICE Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 16,010 15,000 240,150,000 2 20,605 19,880 15,000 298,200,000
  • 154. 3 29,405 28,370 15,000 425,550,000 4 32,740 31,060 17,000 528,020,000 5 34,545 34,215 17,000 581,655,000 AVOCADO JUICE Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 16,010 24,000 384,240,000 2 20,605 19,880 24,000 477,120,000 3 29,405 28,370 30,000 851,100,000 4 32,740 31,060 30,000 931,800,000 5 34,545 34,215 30,000 1,026,450,000 STRAWBERRY JUICE Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 16,010 35,000 560,350,000 2 20,605 19,880 35,000 695,800,000 3 29,405 28,370 35,000 992,950,000 4 32,740 31,060 40,000 1,242,400,000 5 34,545 34,215 40,000 1,368,600,000
  • 155. TOMATO JUICE Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 16,010 18,000 288,180,000 2 20,605 19,880 18,000 357,840,000 3 29,405 28,370 18,000 510,660,000 4 32,740 31,060 25,000 776,500,000 5 34,545 34,215 25,000 855,375,000 PEAR JUICE Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 16,010 18,000 288,180,000 2 20,605 19,880 18,000 357,840,000 3 29,405 28,370 18,000 510,660,000 4 32,740 31,060 25,000 776,500,000 5 34,545 34,215 25,000 855,375,000 GUAVA JUICE Year Total Production Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Total
  • 156. (unit) Unit 1 18,210 16,010 15,000 240,150,000 2 20,605 19,880 15,000 298,200,000 3 29,405 28,370 15,000 425,550,000 4 32,740 31,060 20,000 621,200,000 5 34,545 34,215 20,000 684,300,000 KIWI JUICE Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 16,010 35,000 560,350,000 2 20,605 19,880 35,000 695,800,000 3 29,405 28,370 35,000 992,950,000 4 32,740 31,060 45,000 1,397,700,000 5 34,545 34,215 45,000 1,539,675,000 MANGO JUICE Year Total Production (unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price Per Unit Total 1 18,210 16,010 18,000 288,180,000 2 20,605 19,880 18,000 357,840,000 3 29,405 28,370 18,000 510,660,000
  • 157. 4 32,740 31,060 25,000 776,500,000 5 34,545 34,215 25,000 855,375,000 DRAGON FRUIT JUICE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total 1 18,210 16,010 15,000 240,150,000 2 20,605 19,880 15,000 298,200,000 3 29,405 28,370 15,000 425,550,000 4 32,740 31,060 18,000 559,080,000 5 34,545 34,215 18,000 615,870,000 CARROT JUICE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total 1 18,210 16,010 15,000 240,150,000 2 20,605 19,880 15,000 298,200,000 3 29,405 28,370 15,000 425,550,000 4 32,740 31,060 18,000 559,080,000
  • 158. 5 34,545 34,215 18,000 615,870,000 DUTCH EGGPLANT JUICE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total 1 18,210 16,010 15,000 240,150,000 2 20,605 19,880 15,000 298,200,000 3 29,405 28,370 15,000 425,550,000 4 32,740 31,060 18,000 559,080,000 5 34,545 34,215 18,000 615,870,000 STAR FRUIT JUICE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total 1 18,210 16,010 15,000 240,150,000 2 20,605 19,880 15,000 298,200,000 3 29,405 28,370 15,000 425,550,000
  • 159. 4 32,740 31,060 18,000 559,080,000 5 34,545 34,215 18,000 615,870,000 SOURSOP JUICE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total 1 18,210 16,010 15,000 240,150,000 2 20,605 19,880 15,000 298,200,000 3 29,405 28,370 15,000 425,550,000 4 32,740 31,060 18,000 559,080,000 5 34,545 34,215 18,000 615,870,000 JAPANESE MUSTARD JUICE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total 1 18,210 16,010 15,000 240,150,000 2 20,605 19,880 15,000 298,200,000 3 29,405 28,370 15,000 425,550,000 4 32,740 31,060 18,000 559,080,000 5 34,545 34,215 18,000 615,870,000 CUCUMBER JUICE Year Total Production Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total
  • 160. (Unit) 1 18,210 16,010 15,000 240,150,000 2 20,605 19,880 15,000 298,200,000 3 29,405 28,370 15,000 425,550,000 4 32,740 31,060 18,000 559,080,000 5 34,545 34,215 18,000 615,870,000 BROCCOLI JUICE Year Total Production (Unit) Total Sales (Unit) Average Price (Unit) Total 1 18,210 16,010 15,000 240,150,000 2 20,605 19,880 15,000 298,200,000 3 29,405 28,370 15,000 425,550,000 4 32,740 31,060 18,000 559,080,000 5 34,545 34,215 18,000 615,870,000
  • 161. Cost of Goods Sold – Green Palace
  • 162. NO. PRODUCT NAME AMOUNT RAW MATERIALS NEEDED RAW MATERIALS PRICE 1 Potato bun (beef) 5 300 gr low-protein flour Rp2,700 100 gr potato Rp900 1.5 teaspoon instant yeast Rp134 0.5 teaspoon baking powder Rp124 40 gr flour sugar Rp544 100 ml coconut milk Rp2,975 25 ml mineral water (cold) Rp50 20 gr white butter Rp480 0.5 teaspoon salt Rp1 0.5 clove onion Rp200 3 cloves garlic Rp350 110 gr minced meat Rp7,520 1 piece carrot Rp845 1 tablespoon oyster sauce Rp723 1 tablespoon soy sauce Rp295 0.5 teaspoon pepper Rp6 sufficient salt, sugar, cooking oil Rp250 TOTAL Rp18,096.72 TOTAL PER 1 PRODUCT Rp3,619.34 Equipment allocation Rp7.95 Salary allocation Rp314.06 Product Price Rp3,941.35 Selling Price Rp7,000.00
  • 163. NO. PRODUCT NAME AMOUNT RAW MATERIALS NEEDED RAW MATERIALS PRICE 2 Potato bun (chicken) 5 300 gr low-protein flour Rp2,700 100 gr potato Rp900 1.5 teaspoon instant yeast Rp134 0.5 teaspoon baking powder Rp124 40 gr flour sugar Rp544 100 ml coconut milk Rp2,975 25 ml mineral water (cold) Rp50 20 gr white butter Rp480 0.5 teaspoon salt Rp1 0.5 clove onion Rp200 3 cloves garlic Rp350 100 gr minced chicken Rp5,000 1 piece carrot Rp845 1 tablespoon oyster sauce Rp723 1 tablespoon soy sauce Rp295 0.5 teaspoon pepper Rp6 sufficient salt, sugar, cooking oil Rp250 TOTAL Rp15,576.72 TOTAL PER 1 PRODUCT Rp3,115.34 Equipment allocation Rp7.95 Salary allocation Rp314.06 Product Price Rp3,437.35 Selling Price Rp7,000.00
  • 164. NO. PRODUCT NAME AMOUNT RAW MATERIALS NEEDED RAW MATERIALS PRICE 3 Potato bun (tuna) 5 300 gr low-protein flour Rp2,700 100 gr potato Rp900 1.5 teaspoon instant yeast Rp134 0.5 teaspoon baking powder Rp124 40 gr flour sugar Rp544 100 ml coconut milk Rp2,975 25 ml mineral water (cold) Rp50 20 gr white butter Rp480 0.5 teaspoon salt Rp1 0.5 clove onion Rp200 3 cloves garlic Rp350 90 gr tuna water Rp8,752 1 piece carrot Rp845 1 tablespoon oyster sauce Rp723 1 tablespoon soy sauce Rp295 0.5 teaspoon pepper Rp6 sufficient salt, sugar, cooking oil Rp250 TOTAL Rp19,328.72 TOTAL PER 1 PRODUCT Rp3,865.74 Equipment allocation Rp7.95 Salary allocation Rp314.06 Product Price Rp4,187.75 Selling Price Rp7,000.00
  • 165. NO. PRODUCT NAME AMOUNT RAW MATERIALS NEEDED RAW MATERIALS PRICE 4 Carrot cake 10 250 gr unsalted butter Rp22,320 slices 250 gr light brown soft sugar Rp5,130 or 5 eggs Rp31,248 d = 22 cm 170 gr self-raising flour Rp17,000 1 teaspoon baking powder Rp248 100 gr ground almonds Rp11,905 100 gr shelled walnuts Rp92,487 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon Rp738 a pinch ground cloves Rp1,054 a pinch ground nutmed Rp398 0.5 teaspoon ground ginger Rp491 250 gr carrot Rp845 sea salt Rp18,600 zest and orange juice Rp10,000 100 gr mascarpone cheese Rp22,000 200 gr full-fat cream cheese Rp19,150 85 gr icing sugar Rp534 zest and limes juice Rp20,000 TOTAL Rp274,148.00 TOTAL PER 1 PRODUCT Rp27,414.80 Equipment allocation Rp7.95 Salary allocation Rp314.06 Product Price Rp27,736.81 Selling Price / slice Rp35,000.00 Selling Price / tart Rp350,000.00 NO. PRODUCT NAME AMOUNT RAW MATERIALS NEEDED RAW MATERIALS PRICE 5 Cupcakes 10 1.25 kg flour Rp8,250 5 pcs eggs Rp8,073 250 gr sugar Rp2,375 50 gr chocolate powder Rp785
  • 166. NO. PRODUCT NAME AMOUNT RAW MATERIALS NEEDED RAW MATERIALS PRICE 6 Sunkist juice 1 2 fresh orange 1500 1/2 glass mineral water 200 50 gram sugar 500 100 gram ice cube 200 TOTAL Rp2,400.00 TOTAL PER 1 PRODUCT Rp2,400.00 Equipment allocation Rp7.95 Salary allocation Rp314.06 Product Price Rp2,722.01 Selling Price Rp15,000.00 NO. PRODUCT NAME AMOUNT RAW MATERIALS NEEDED RAW MATERIALS PRICE 7 Avocado Juice 1 0.5 avocado 3500 1 tablespoon sweetened condensed milk 500 1/2 glass mineral water 200 50 gram sugar 500 100 gram ice cube 200 50 gram mocca 1000 TOTAL Rp5,900.00 TOTAL PER 1 PRODUCT Rp5,900.00 Equipment allocation Rp7.95 Salary allocation Rp314.06 Product Price Rp6,222.01 Selling Price Rp24,000.00
  • 167. NO. PRODUCT NAME AMOUNT RAW MATERIALS NEEDED RAW MATERIALS PRICE 8 Strawberry Juice 1 5 strawberry 4200 2 tablespoon sweetened condensed milk 1000 1/2 glass mineral water 200 100 gram sugar 1000 100 gram ice cube 200 TOTAL Rp6,600.00 TOTAL PER 1 PRODUCT Rp6,600.00 Equipment allocation Rp7.95 Salary allocation Rp314.06 Product Price Rp6,922.01 Selling Price Rp35,000.00
  • 168. Expenses of Green Palace 2013-2017 2013 SUPPLIES EXPENSE YEAR 2013 No Supplies Amount Price/unit Total 1 Ink 18 bottle Rp 150.000 Rp 2.700.000 2 Paper BOLA DUNIA FC 80gr A4 5 rim Rp 30.000 Rp 150.000 3 Envelope A3 10 pack Rp 30.000 Rp 300.000 4 Ballpoint Faster 50 unit Rp 2.300 Rp 115.000 5 Receipt book (100 pages) 10 unit Rp 2.500 Rp 25.000 6 Scissors 5 unit Rp 3.000 Rp 15.000 7 Glue 5 unit Rp 5.000 Rp 25.000 8 Tape 100 unit Rp 2.000 Rp 200.000 9 Stapler 5 unit Rp 15.000 Rp 75.000 10 Drinking water (Refill) 25 gallon Rp 8.000 Rp 200.000 11 Hand soap 30 unit Rp 3.600 Rp 108.000 12 Dishes soap 50 unit Rp 8.000 Rp 400.000 13 Toilet deodorizer 24 pack Rp 7.500 Rp 180.000 14 Straw 25 wrap Rp 5.500 Rp 137.500 15 Bread package 60 rim Rp 11.000 Rp 660.000 17 Tissue 10 pack Rp 85.000 Rp 850.000 18 Lamp 100 unit Rp 35.000 Rp 3.500.000 19 Desk lap 20 unit Rp 8.100 Rp 162.000 20 Kitchen lap 20 unit Rp 9.500 Rp 190.000 21 Tissue package 10 unit Rp 10.000 Rp 100.000 22 Soap 10 unit Rp 3.500 Rp 35.000 23 Mirror 1 unit Rp 150.000 Rp 150.000 24 Clock 5 unit Rp 60.000 Rp 300.000 25 X-banner 1 unit Rp 60.000 Rp 60.000 26 Mat 4 unit Rp 20.000 Rp 80.000 27 Trash can 10 unit Rp 50.000 Rp 500.000 28 Mop 10 unit Rp 7.500 Rp 75.000 29 Toilet supplies 3 set Rp 100.000 Rp 300.000
  • 169. 30 Toilet tissue 6 carton Rp 85.000 Rp 510.000 31 Bucket 5 unit Rp 8.900 Rp 44.500 32 Fork 30 unit Rp 5.000 Rp 150.000 33 Tea spoon 20 unit Rp 3.000 Rp 60.000 34 Spoon 30 unit Rp 3.500 Rp 105.000 35 Plate 30 set Rp 10.000 Rp 300.000 36 Sauce plate 5 unit Rp 10.000 Rp 50.000 37 Salt and pepper place 10 unit Rp 5.000 Rp 50.000 38 Thermos stainless 1 unit Rp 450.000 Rp 450.000 39 Ice cubes brace 3 unit Rp 5.000 Rp 15.000 40 Bowl 15 unit Rp 7.500 Rp 112.500 41 Food Pan 1 unit Rp 110.000 Rp 110.000 42 Big plate 15 unit Rp 20.000 Rp 300.000 43 Chopping block 2 unit Rp 35.000 Rp 70.000 44 Knife 5 unit Rp 89.000 Rp 445.000 45 Pan 2 unit Rp 125.000 Rp 250.000 46 Wood nap 5 unit Rp 45.000 Rp 225.000 47 Ketchup place 5 unit Rp 60.000 Rp 300.000 48 Dishes sponge 10 unit Rp 2.000 Rp 20.000 49 Room perfume 4 unit Rp 60.000 Rp 240.000 50 Glass cleaner 5 unit Rp 12.000 Rp 60.000 51 Cleaner for café equipment 10 unit Rp 15.000 Rp 150.000 52 Floor cleaner 10 unit Rp 15.000 Rp 150.000 53 Mineral water (glass) 5 carton Rp 14.000 Rp 70.000 54 Brush 5 unit Rp 15.000 Rp 75.000 55 Plastic (1 kg) 5 pack Rp 5.000 Rp 25.000 56 Package 10 unit Rp 7.500 Rp 75.000 57 Gallon 3 unit Rp 50.000 Rp 150.000 58 Basket for bread 100 unit Rp 20.000 Rp 2.000.000 59 Nap 15 unit Rp 15.000 Rp 225.000 60 Clamp 15 unit Rp 35.000 Rp 525.000 61 Gas 1 unit Rp 95.000 Rp 95.000 62 Fryer 1 unit Rp 1.250 Rp 1.250
  • 170. 63 Mask 20 unit Rp 35.000 Rp 700.000 64 Glove 240 unit Rp 9.000 Rp 2.160.000 65 Cool box 3 unit Rp 200.000 Rp 600.000 66 Glass 100 unit Rp 10.000 Rp 1.000.000 67 Toothpick 50 Box Rp 2.000 Rp 100.000 TOTAL Rp 23.560.750 Operational expense No Name Amount Useful life Amortization/year 1 Patent expense Rp 50.000.000 20 Rp 2.500.000 2 Company establishment CV Rp 4.000.000 3 SIUP expense Rp 2.750.000 4 SDU expense Rp 2.250.000 5 SITU expense Rp 8.000.000 6 Expense for health department Rp 8.500.000 7 Expense for “Halal” right Rp 5.050.000 2 Rp 2.525.000 8 TDP expense Rp 1.000.000 9 IMB expense Rp 7.356.500 Total Rp38.906.500 Marketing expense year 2013 No Name Amount 1 Advertising expense Rp 32.620.000 2 Sales Promotion Rp 183.000.000 3 Direct Marketing Rp 6.800.000 Total Rp 222.420.000 2014 SUPPLIES EXPENSE YEAR 2014
  • 171. No Supplies Amount Price/unit Total 1 Ink 24 bottle 150,000 3,600,000 2 Paper BOLA DUNIA FC 80gr A4 rim 200,0005 40,000 3 Envelope A3 7 pack 35,000 245,000 4 Ballpoint Faster 50 unit 2,500 125,000 5 Receipt book (100 pages) unit 25,00010 2,500 6 Scissors 2 unit 3,000 6,000 7 Glue 5 unit 5,000 25,000 9 Stapler 8 unit 15,000 120,000 10 Drinking water (Refill) gallon 270,00030 9,000 11 Hand soap 30 unit 3,700 111,000 12 Dishes soap 50 unit 8,800 440,000 13 Toilet deodorizer 24 pack 8,000 192,000 14 Straw 25 wrap 5,500 137,500 15 Bread package 60 rim 11,000 660,000 16 Tissue 6 pack 85,000 510,000 17 Desk lap 10 unit 8,600 86,000 18 Kitchen lap 10 unit 10,000 100,000 19 Tissue package 10 unit 10,000 100,000 20 Soap 10 unit 3,500 35,000 21 Toilet supplies 3 set 100,000 300,000 22 Toilet tissue 6 carton 85,000 510,000 23 Bucket 5 unit 8,900 44,500 24 Dishes sponge 10 unit 2,000 20,000 25 Room perfume 4 unit 60,000 240,000
  • 172. 26 Glass cleaner 5 unit 12,000 60,000 27 Cleaner for café equipment 10 unit 17,000 170,000 28 Floor cleaner 10 unit 16,000 160,000 29 Mineral water (glass) 5 carton 14,000 70,000 30 Plastic (1 kg) 5 pack 7,000 35,000 31 Package 10 unit 7,500 75,000 32 Gallon 3 unit 50,000 150,000 33 Basket for bread 100 unit 20,000 2,000,000 34 Gas 1 unit 95,000 95,000 35 Fryer 1 unit 1,250 1,250 36 Mask 12 unit 35,000 420,000 37 Glove 250 unit 9,000 2,250,000 39 Toothpick 50 pack 2,000 100,000 TOTAL 13,688,250 Marketing expense year 2014 No Name Amount 1 Advertising expense Rp 8.520.000 2 Sales Promotion Rp 158.500.000 3 Direct Marketing Rp 6.800.000 Total Rp 173.820.000 2015 SUPPLIES EXPENSE YEAR 2015 No Supplies Amount Price/unit Total 1 Ink 24 bottle 150,000 3,600,000
  • 173. 2 Paper BOLA DUNIA FC 80gr A4 rim 200,0005 40,000 3 Envelope A3 7 pack 35,000 245,000 4 Ballpoint Faster 50 unit 2,500 125,000 5 Receipt book (100 pages) unit 25,00010 2,500 6 Scissors 2 unit 3,000 6,000 7 Glue 5 unit 5,000 25,000 9 Stapler 8 unit 15,000 120,000 10 Drinking water (Refill) gallon 270,00030 9,000 11 Hand soap 30 unit 3,700 111,000 12 Dishes soap 50 unit 8,800 440,000 13 Toilet deodorizer 24 pack 8,000 192,000 14 Straw 25 wrap 5,500 137,500 15 Bread package 60 rim 11,000 660,000 16 Tissue 6 pack 85,000 510,000 17 Desk lap 10 unit 8,600 86,000 18 Kitchen lap 10 unit 10,000 100,000 19 Tissue package 10 unit 10,000 100,000 20 Soap 10 unit 3,500 35,000 21 Toilet supplies 3 set 100,000 300,000 22 Toilet tissue 6 carton 85,000 510,000 23 Bucket 5 unit 8,900 44,500 24 Dishes sponge 10 unit 2,000 20,000 25 Room perfume 4 unit 60,000 240,000 26 Glass cleaner 5 unit 12,000 60,000 27 Cleaner for café 10 unit 17,000 170,000
  • 174. equipment 28 Floor cleaner 10 unit 16,000 160,000 29 Mineral water (glass) 5 carton 14,000 70,000 30 Plastic (1 kg) 5 pack 7,000 35,000 31 Package 10 unit 7,500 75,000 32 Gallon 3 unit 50,000 150,000 33 Basket for bread 100 unit 20,000 2,000,000 34 Gas 1 unit 95,000 95,000 35 Fryer 1 unit 1,250 1,250 36 Mask 12 unit 35,000 420,000 37 Glove 250 unit 9,000 2,250,000 39 Toothpick 50 pack 2,000 100,000 TOTAL 13,688,250 Marketing expense year 2015 No Name Amount 1 Advertising expense Rp 8.520.000 2 Sales Promotion Rp 175.000.000 3 Direct Marketing Rp 5.200.000 Total Rp 188.720.000 2016 SUPPLIES EXPENSE YEAR 2015 No Supplies Amount Price/unit Total 1 Ink 24 bottle 150,000 3,600,000 2 Paper BOLA DUNIA FC 80gr A4 rim 200,000
  • 175. 5 40,000 3 Envelope A3 7 pack 35,000 245,000 4 Ballpoint Faster 50 unit 2,500 125,000 5 Receipt book (100 pages) unit 25,00010 2,500 6 Scissors 2 unit 3,000 6,000 7 Glue 5 unit 5,000 25,000 9 Stapler 8 unit 15,000 120,000 10 Drinking water (Refill) gallon 270,00030 9,000 11 Hand soap 30 unit 3,700 111,000 12 Dishes soap 50 unit 8,800 440,000 13 Toilet deodorizer 24 pack 8,000 192,000 14 Straw 25 wrap 5,500 137,500 15 Bread package 60 rim 11,000 660,000 16 Tissue 6 pack 85,000 510,000 17 Desk lap 10 unit 8,600 86,000 18 Kitchen lap 10 unit 10,000 100,000 19 Tissue package 10 unit 10,000 100,000 20 Soap 10 unit 3,500 35,000 21 Toilet supplies 3 set 100,000 300,000 22 Toilet tissue 6 carton 85,000 510,000 23 Bucket 5 unit 8,900 44,500 24 Dishes sponge 10 unit 2,000 20,000 25 Room perfume 4 unit 60,000 240,000 26 Glass cleaner 5 unit 12,000 60,000 27 Cleaner for café equipment 10 unit 17,000 170,000 28 Floor cleaner 10 unit 16,000 160,000
  • 176. 29 Mineral water (glass) 5 carton 14,000 70,000 30 Plastic (1 kg) 5 pack 7,000 35,000 31 Package 10 unit 7,500 75,000 32 Gallon 3 unit 50,000 150,000 33 Basket for bread 100 unit 20,000 2,000,000 34 Gas 1 unit 95,000 95,000 35 Fryer 1 unit 1,250 1,250 36 Mask 12 unit 35,000 420,000 37 Glove 250 unit 9,000 2,250,000 39 Toothpick 50 pack 2,000 100,000 TOTAL 13,688,250 Marketing expense year 2016 No Name Amount 1 Advertising expense Rp 8.520.000 2 Sales Promotion Rp 175.000.000 3 Direct Marketing Rp 5.200.000 Total Rp 188.720.000 2017 SUPPLIES EXPENSE YEAR 2015 No Supplies Amount Price/unit Total 1 Ink 24 bottle 150,000 3,600,000 2 Paper BOLA DUNIA FC 80gr A4 rim 200,0005 40,000 3 Envelope A3 7 pack 35,000 245,000 4 Ballpoint Faster 50 unit 2,500 125,000 5 Receipt book (100 pages) unit 25,000
  • 177. 10 2,500 6 Scissors 2 unit 3,000 6,000 7 Glue 5 unit 5,000 25,000 9 Stapler 8 unit 15,000 120,000 10 Drinking water (Refill) gallon 270,00030 9,000 11 Hand soap 30 unit 3,700 111,000 12 Dishes soap 50 unit 8,800 440,000 13 Toilet deodorizer 24 pack 8,000 192,000 14 Straw 25 wrap 5,500 137,500 15 Bread package 60 rim 11,000 660,000 16 Tissue 6 pack 85,000 510,000 17 Desk lap 10 unit 8,600 86,000 18 Kitchen lap 10 unit 10,000 100,000 19 Tissue package 10 unit 10,000 100,000 20 Soap 10 unit 3,500 35,000 21 Toilet supplies 3 set 100,000 300,000 22 Toilet tissue 6 carton 85,000 510,000 23 Bucket 5 unit 8,900 44,500 24 Dishes sponge 10 unit 2,000 20,000 25 Room perfume 4 unit 60,000 240,000 26 Glass cleaner 5 unit 12,000 60,000 27 Cleaner for café equipment 10 unit 17,000 170,000 28 Floor cleaner 10 unit 16,000 160,000 29 Mineral water (glass) 5 carton 14,000 70,000 30 Plastic (1 kg) 5 pack 7,000 35,000 31 Package 10 unit 7,500 75,000 32 Gallon 3 unit 50,000 150,000 33 Basket for bread 100 unit 20,000 2,000,000
  • 178. 34 Gas 1 unit 95,000 95,000 35 Fryer 1 unit 1,250 1,250 36 Mask 12 unit 35,000 420,000 37 Glove 250 unit 9,000 2,250,000 39 Toothpick 50 pack 2,000 100,000 TOTAL 13,688,250 Marketing expense year 2017 No Name Amount 1 Advertising expense Rp 8.520.000 2 Sales Promotion Rp 175.000.000 3 Direct Marketing Rp 5.200.000 Total Rp 188.720.000
  • 179. SALARY EXPENSE (in rupiah) SALARY EXPENSE Permanent Employees 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Operational staff (1) 32,000,000 32,960,000 33,948,800 34,967,264 36,016,282 Marketing staff (1) 26,400,000 27,192,000 28,007,760 28,847,993 29,713,433 waiter and waitress (10) 264,000,000 271,920,000 280,077,600 288,479,928 297,134,326 courier (2) 31,200,000 32,136,000 33,100,080 34,093,082 35,115,875 Purchasing staff (2) 41,328,000 42,567,840 43,844,875 45,160,221 46,515,028 Warehouse staff (1) 24,000,000 24,720,000 25,461,600 26,225,448 27,012,211 Security officer (2) 36,000,000 37,080,000 38,192,400 39,338,172 40,518,317 Executive chef (1) 84,000,000 86,520,000 89,115,600 91,789,068 94,542,740 Chef (2) 153,792,000 158,405,760 163,157,933 168,052,671 173,094,251 Accounting staff (1) 30,000,000 30,900,000 31,827,000 32,781,810 33,765,264 Cashier (2) 79,600,000 81,988,000 84,447,640 86,981,069 89,590,501 TOTAL SALARY EXPENSE/YEAR 802,320,000 826,389,600 851,181,288 876,716,727 903,018,228 BONUS AT THE END OF THE YEAR - 20,000,000 20,000,000 20,000,000 20,000,000 HOLIDAY ALLOWANCE Permanent Employees Operational staff (1) 2,700,000 2,746,667 2,829,067 2,913,939 3,001,357 Marketing staff (1) 2,200,000 2,266,000 2,333,980 2,403,999 2,476,119 waiter and waitress (10) 22,000,000 22,660,000 23,339,800 24,039,994 24,761,194 courier (2) 2,600,000 2,678,000 2,758,340 2,841,090 2,926,323 Purchasing staff (2) 3,444,000 3,547,320 3,653,740 3,763,352 3,876,252 Warehouse staff (1) 2,000,000 2,060,000 2,121,800 2,185,454 2,251,018
  • 180. Security officer (2) 3,000,000 3,090,000 3,182,700 3,278,181 3,376,526 Executive chef (1) 7,000,000 7,210,000 7,426,300 7,649,089 7,878,562 Chef (2) 12,816,000 13,200,480 13,596,494 14,004,389 14,424,521 Accounting staff (1) 2,500,000 2,575,000 2,652,250 2,731,818 2,813,772 Cashier (2) 6,635,000 6,832,333 7,037,303 7,248,422 7,465,875 TOTAL HOLIDAY ALLOWANCE 66,895,000 68,865,800 70,931,774 73,059,727 75,251,519 HEALTHY INSURANCE 48,000,000 48,000,000 48,000,000 48,000,000 48,000,000 EMPLOYEES TRAINING 7,800,000 7,800,000 7,800,000 7,800,000 7,800,000 UNIFORM 13,200,000 13,200,000 TOTAL BUDGET FOR SALARY (HUMAN RESOURCE) 938,215,000 971,055,400 997,913,062 1,038,776,454 1,054,069,747
  • 181. No. Item Supplier Amount Useful life/Year Price/Unit Total Depreciation/year 1 Convection Oven PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 3 20 30,100,000 90,300,000 4,515,000 2 Mixer Horizontal (capacity: 45kg) PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 2 8 5,200,000 10,400,000 1,300,000 3 Dough Moulder PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 1 15 15,000,000 15,000,000 1,000,000 4 Dough Divider PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 2 14 14,000,000 28,000,000 2,000,000 5 Dough Sheeter PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 2 16 20,000,000 40,000,000 2,500,000 6 Up Right Freezer PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 1 10 9,500,000 9,500,000 950,000 7 Chest Freezer -28°C PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 1 10 6,200,000 6,200,000 620,000 8 Blender PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 3 5 700,000 2,100,000 420,000 9 Bread Slicer PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 2 10 5,100,000 10,200,000 1,020,000 10 Tube Gas 60 kg UD Wonokoyo Prima Gas 3 5 390,000 1,170,000 234,000 11 Table Toko Panca Jaya Surabaya 1 5 1,500,000 1,500,000 300,000 12 Chair Toko Panca Jaya Surabaya 10 5 85,000 850,000 170,000 13 TV 21 Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 1 8 700,000 700,000 87,500 14 Stand Fan Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 2 5 200,000 400,000 80,000 15 Exhaust Fan Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 2 8 350,000 700,000 87,500 TOTAL DEPRECIATION FOR PRODUCTION AREA 15,284,000 INITIAL INVESTMENT OF PRODUCTION AREA
  • 182. No. Item Supplier Amount Useful life/Year Price/Unit Total Depreciation/year 1 Air conditioner Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 2 8 1,500,000 3,000,000 375,000 2 Table Toko Panca Surabaya 8 5 150,000 1,200,000 240,000 3 Chair Toko Panca Surabaya 20 5 85,000 1,700,000 340,000 4 Sofa Toko Panca Surabaya 3 8 2,500,000 7,500,000 937,500 5 TV Flat Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 1 10 5,175,000 5,175,000 517,500 6 Freezer Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 1 10 2,500,000 2,500,000 250,000 7 Stove PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 1 10 2,500,000 2,500,000 250,000 8 Microwave PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 1 8 1,250,000 1,250,000 156,250 9 Frayer PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 1 5 1,250,000 1,250,000 250,000 10 Dispenser PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 1 5 960,000 960,000 192,000 11 Blender PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 2 5 700,000 1,400,000 280,000 12 Meat Cutting Machine PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 1 8 3,750,000 3,750,000 468,750 13 Vacum Cleaner PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 3 3 250,000 750,000 250,000 TOTAL DEPRECIATION FOR CAFÉ 4,507,000 INITIAL INVESTMENT OF CAFÉ
  • 183. No. Item Supplier Amount Useful life/Year Price/Unit Total Depreciation/year 1 Bookcase Toko Panca Surabaya 1 8 500,000 500,000 62,500 2 Owner table Toko Panca Surabaya 1 5 1,500,000 1,500,000 300,000 3 Owner chair Toko Panca Surabaya 1 5 1,250,000 1,250,000 250,000 4 Staff table Toko Panca Surabaya 2 5 750,000 1,500,000 300,000 5 Staff chair Toko Panca Surabaya 2 5 150,000 300,000 60,000 6 Guest chair Toko Panca Surabaya 2 5 85,000 170,000 34,000 7 Fax machine Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 1 8 1,500,000 1,500,000 187,500 8 Telephone Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 2 5 250,000 500,000 100,000 9 TV 21 Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 1 9 1,500,000 1,500,000 166,667 10 Printer Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 2 5 700,000 1,400,000 280,000 11 Computer Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 2 10 5,000,000 10,000,000 1,000,000 12 Dispenser PT Mesin Maksindo Surabaya 1 5 960,000 960,000 192,000 13 Paper Shredder Hartono Elektronika Surabaya 1 5 750,000 750,000 150,000 TOTAL DEPRECIATION FOR OFFICE ROOM 3,082,667 INITIAL INVESTMENT OF OFFICE ROOM
  • 184. Taxation – Green Palace Property Tax (Land, Building, etc.) PBB Calculation Tahun 2013 Tahun 2014 Tahun 2015 Tahun 2016 Tahun 2017 Land Rp 1.450.000.000 Rp 1.500.000.000 Rp 1.550.000.000 Rp 1.600.000.000 Rp 1.650.000.000 Building Rp 768.000.000 Rp 736.000.000 Rp 704.000.000 Rp 672.000.000 Rp 640.000.000 Rp 2.218.000.000 Rp 2.236.000.000 Rp 2.254.000.000 Rp 2.272.000.000 Rp 2.290.000.000 NJOPTKP Rp 8.000.000 Rp 8.000.000 Rp 8.000.000 Rp 8.000.000 Rp 8.000.000 NJOP PBB Rp 2.210.000.000 Rp 2.228.000.000 Rp 2.246.000.000 Rp 2.264.000.000 Rp 2.282.000.000 NJKP Rp 884.000.000 Rp 891.200.000 Rp 898.400.000 Rp 905.600.000 Rp 912.800.000 PBB/year Rp 4.420.000,0 Rp 4.456.000,0 Rp 4.492.000,0 Rp 4.528.000,0 Rp 4.564.000,0 Year 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Land 1.850.000.000 1.900.000.000 1.950.000.000 2.000.000.000 2.050.000.000
  • 185. Supplier Expenses Supplies Year Beginning supplies Ending supplies Differences 2013 Rp 35.000.000 Rp 29.500.000 Rp (5.500.000) 2014 Rp 29.500.000 Rp 33.750.000 Rp 4.250.000 2015 Rp 33.750.000 Rp 51.765.000 Rp 18.015.000 2016 Rp 51.765.000 Rp 45.642.500 Rp (6.122.500) 2017 Rp 45.642.500 Rp 43.000.000 Rp (2.642.500) Inventory Building 750.000.000 738.000.000 726.000.000 714.000.000 702.000.000 2.600.000.000 2.638.000.000 2.676.000.000 2.714.000.000 2.752.000.000 NJOPTKP 8.000.000 8.000.000 8.000.000 8.000.000 8.000.000 NJOP PBB 2.592.000.000 2.630.000.000 2.668.000.000 2.706.000.000 2.744.000.000 NJKP 1.036.800.000 1.052.000.000 1.067 200. 000 1.082.400.000 1.097.600.000 PBB/Year Rp 5.184.000 Rp 5.260.000 Rp 5.336.000 Rp 5.412.000 Rp 5.488.000
  • 186. Year Beg.inventory End. inventory Differences 2013 Rp 504.916.500 Rp 610.780.000 Rp 105.863.500 2014 Rp 610.780.000 Rp 491.050.000 Rp (119.730.000) 2015 Rp 491.050.000 Rp 607.891.000 Rp 116.841.000 2016 Rp 607.891.000 Rp 478.950.000 Rp (128.941.000) 2017 Rp 478.950.000 Rp 512.563.200 Rp 33.613.200 Green Palace Income Statement – Pessimistic
  • 187. Green Palace Income Statement – Normal PERIOD 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Sales 5,329,440,000 6,319,115,000 9,515,890,000 13,124,780,000 13,834,395,000 COGS 1,806,246,719 2,043,806,351 2,916,676,814 3,247,474,881 3,426,512,516 Gross Profit 3,523,193,281 4,275,308,649 6,599,213,186 9,877,305,119 10,407,882,484 Expenses: Supplies expenses 23,560,750 13,688,250 13,688,250 13,688,250 13,688,250 Operational expenses 38,906,500 0 0 0 0 Marketing expenses 222,420,000 173,820,000 188,720,000 188,720,000 188,720,000 Salary expenses 938,215,000 971,055,400 997,913,062 1,038,776,454 1,054,069,747 Depreciation expense 67,948,667 67,948,667 67,948,667 67,948,667 67,948,667 Amortization expense 5,025,000 5,025,000 5,025,000 5,025,000 5,025,000 Total expenses 1,296,075,917 1,226,512,317 1,268,269,979 1,309,133,371 1,324,426,664 Operating profit 2,227,117,364 3,048,796,332 5,330,943,207 8,568,171,748 9,083,455,819 PPH 556,779,341 762,199,083 1,332,735,802 2,142,042,937 2,270,863,955 PBB 4,420,000 4,456,000 4,492,000 4,528,000 4,564,000 Net Profit 1,665,918,023 2,282,141,249 3,993,715,405 6,421,600,811 6,808,027,865 GREEN PALACE INCOME STATEMENT PESIMIST CONDITION
  • 188. Green Palace Income Statement – Optimistic PERIOD 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Sales 6,131,830,000 7,614,040,000 11,035,930,000 14,629,260,000 16,115,265,000 COGS 1,806,246,719 2,043,806,351 2,916,676,814 3,247,474,881 3,426,512,516 Gross Profit 4,325,583,281 5,570,233,649 8,119,253,186 11,381,785,119 12,688,752,484 Expenses: Supplies expenses 23,560,750 13,688,250 13,688,250 13,688,250 13,688,250 Operational expenses 38,906,500 0 0 0 0 Marketing expenses 222,420,000 173,820,000 188,720,000 188,720,000 188,720,000 Salary expenses 938,215,000 971,055,400 997,913,062 1,038,776,454 1,054,069,747 Depreciation expense 67,948,667 67,948,667 67,948,667 67,948,667 67,948,667 Amortization expense 5,025,000 5,025,000 5,025,000 5,025,000 5,025,000 Total expenses 1,296,075,917 1,226,512,317 1,268,269,979 1,309,133,371 1,324,426,664 Operating profit 3,029,507,364 4,343,721,332 6,850,983,207 10,072,651,748 11,364,325,819 PPH 757,376,841 1,085,930,333 1,712,745,802 2,518,162,937 2,841,081,455 PBB 4,420,000 4,456,000 4,492,000 4,528,000 4,564,000 Net Profit 2,267,710,523 3,253,334,999 5,133,745,405 7,549,960,811 8,518,680,365 GREEN PALACE INCOME STATEMENT NORMAL CONDITION
  • 189. Statement of Owner Equity – Pessimistic PERIOD 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Sales 6,653,150,000 7,541,595,000 10,917,060,000 14,723,205,000 15,441,065,000 COGS 1,806,246,719 2,043,806,351 2,916,676,814 3,247,474,881 3,426,512,516 Gross Profit 4,846,903,281 5,497,788,649 8,000,383,186 11,475,730,119 12,014,552,484 Expenses: Supplies expenses 23,560,750 13,688,250 13,688,250 13,688,250 13,688,250 Operational expenses 38,906,500 0 0 0 0 Marketing expenses 222,420,000 173,820,000 188,720,000 188,720,000 188,720,000 Salary expenses 938,215,000 971,055,400 997,913,062 1,038,776,454 1,054,069,747 Depreciation expense 67,948,667 67,948,667 67,948,667 67,948,667 67,948,667 Amortization expense 5,025,000 5,025,000 5,025,000 5,025,000 5,025,000 Total expenses 1,296,075,917 1,226,512,317 1,268,269,979 1,309,133,371 1,324,426,664 Operating profit 3,550,827,364 4,271,276,332 6,732,113,207 10,166,596,748 10,690,125,819 PPH 887,706,841 1,067,819,083 1,683,028,302 2,541,649,187 2,672,531,455 PBB 4,420,000 4,456,000 4,492,000 4,528,000 4,564,000 Net Profit 2,658,700,523 3,199,001,249 5,044,592,905 7,620,419,561 8,013,030,365 GREEN PALACE INCOME STATEMENT OPTIMIST CONDITION
  • 190. Account 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Beginning Balance Lim,Capital 532,658,071 770,646,360 1,096,666,538 1,667,197,311 2,584,568,855 Surya,Capital 532,658,071 770,646,360 1,096,666,538 1,667,197,311 2,584,568,855 Jayanthi,Capital 532,658,071 770,646,360 1,096,666,538 1,667,197,311 2,584,568,855 Rolanda,Capital 532,658,071 770,646,360 1,096,666,538 1,667,197,311 2,584,568,855 Shantika,Capital 532,658,071 770,646,360 1,096,666,538 1,667,197,311 2,584,568,855 Jing,Capital 532,658,071 770,646,360 1,096,666,538 1,667,197,311 2,584,568,855 Zaynab,Capital 532,658,071 770,646,360 1,096,666,538 1,667,197,311 2,584,568,855 Net income 1,665,918,023 2,282,141,249 3,993,715,405 6,421,600,811 6,808,027,865 Lim,Capital 237,988,289 326,020,178 570,530,772 917,371,544 972,575,409 Surya,Capital 237,988,289 326,020,178 570,530,772 917,371,544 972,575,409 Jayanthi,Capital 237,988,289 326,020,178 570,530,772 917,371,544 972,575,409 Rolanda,Capital 237,988,289 326,020,178 570,530,772 917,371,544 972,575,409 Shantika,Capital 237,988,289 326,020,178 570,530,772 917,371,544 972,575,409 Jing,Capital 237,988,289 326,020,178 570,530,772 917,371,544 972,575,409 Zaynab,Capital 237,988,289 326,020,178 570,530,772 917,371,544 972,575,409 Ending Balance Lim,Capital 770,646,360 1,096,666,538 1,667,197,311 2,584,568,855 3,557,144,264 Surya,Capital 770,646,360 1,096,666,538 1,667,197,311 2,584,568,855 3,557,144,264 Jayanthi,Capital 770,646,360 1,096,666,538 1,667,197,311 2,584,568,855 3,557,144,264 Rolanda,Capital 770,646,360 1,096,666,538 1,667,197,311 2,584,568,855 3,557,144,264 Shantika,Capital 770,646,360 1,096,666,538 1,667,197,311 2,584,568,855 3,557,144,264 Jing,Capital 770,646,360 1,096,666,538 1,667,197,311 2,584,568,855 3,557,144,264 Zaynab,Capital 770,646,360 1,096,666,538 1,667,197,311 2,584,568,855 3,557,144,264 Total ending balance 5,394,524,520 7,676,665,769 11,670,381,174 18,091,981,985 24,900,009,849 GREEN PALACE Statement of Owner's Equity Pesimist Condition
  • 191. Statement of Owner Equity – Normal Ending Balance Lim,Capital 770,646,360 1,096,666,538 1,667,197,311 2,584,568,855 3,557,144,264 Surya,Capital 770,646,360 1,096,666,538 1,667,197,311 2,584,568,855 3,557,144,264 Jayanthi,Capital 770,646,360 1,096,666,538 1,667,197,311 2,584,568,855 3,557,144,264 Rolanda,Capital 770,646,360 1,096,666,538 1,667,197,311 2,584,568,855 3,557,144,264 Shantika,Capital 770,646,360 1,096,666,538 1,667,197,311 2,584,568,855 3,557,144,264 Jing,Capital 770,646,360 1,096,666,538 1,667,197,311 2,584,568,855 3,557,144,264 Zaynab,Capital 770,646,360 1,096,666,538 1,667,197,311 2,584,568,855 3,557,144,264 Total ending balance 5,394,524,520 7,676,665,769 11,670,381,174 18,091,981,985 24,900,009,849 Account 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Beginning Balance Lim,Capital 532,658,071 856,616,717 1,321,378,860 2,054,771,061 3,133,336,891 Surya,Capital 532,658,071 856,616,717 1,321,378,860 2,054,771,061 3,133,336,891 Jayanthi,Capital 532,658,071 856,616,717 1,321,378,860 2,054,771,061 3,133,336,891 Rolanda,Capital 532,658,071 856,616,717 1,321,378,860 2,054,771,061 3,133,336,891 Shantika,Capital 532,658,071 856,616,717 1,321,378,860 2,054,771,061 3,133,336,891 Jing,Capital 532,658,071 856,616,717 1,321,378,860 2,054,771,061 3,133,336,891 Zaynab,Capital 532,658,071 856,616,717 1,321,378,860 2,054,771,061 3,133,336,891 GREEN PALACE Statement of Owner's Equity Normal Condition
  • 192. Statement of Owner Equity – Optimistic Net income 2,267,710,523 3,253,334,999 5,133,745,405 7,549,960,811 8,518,680,365 Lim,Capital 323,958,646 464,762,143 733,392,201 1,078,565,830 1,216,954,338 Surya,Capital 323,958,646 464,762,143 733,392,201 1,078,565,830 1,216,954,338 Jayanthi,Capital 323,958,646 464,762,143 733,392,201 1,078,565,830 1,216,954,338 Rolanda,Capital 323,958,646 464,762,143 733,392,201 1,078,565,830 1,216,954,338 Shantika,Capital 323,958,646 464,762,143 733,392,201 1,078,565,830 1,216,954,338 Jing,Capital 323,958,646 464,762,143 733,392,201 1,078,565,830 1,216,954,338 Zaynab,Capital 323,958,646 464,762,143 733,392,201 1,078,565,830 1,216,954,338 Ending Balance Lim,Capital 856,616,717 1,321,378,860 2,054,771,061 3,133,336,891 4,350,291,228 Surya,Capital 856,616,717 1,321,378,860 2,054,771,061 3,133,336,891 4,350,291,228 Jayanthi,Capital 856,616,717 1,321,378,860 2,054,771,061 3,133,336,891 4,350,291,228 Rolanda,Capital 856,616,717 1,321,378,860 2,054,771,061 3,133,336,891 4,350,291,228 Shantika,Capital 856,616,717 1,321,378,860 2,054,771,061 3,133,336,891 4,350,291,228 Jing,Capital 856,616,717 1,321,378,860 2,054,771,061 3,133,336,891 4,350,291,228 Zaynab,Capital 856,616,717 1,321,378,860 2,054,771,061 3,133,336,891 4,350,291,228 Total ending balance 5,996,317,020 9,249,652,019 14,383,397,424 21,933,358,235 30,452,038,599
  • 193. Account 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Beginning Balance Lim,Capital 532,658,071 912,472,431 1,369,472,610 2,090,128,739 3,178,760,105 Surya,Capital 532,658,071 912,472,431 1,369,472,610 2,090,128,739 3,178,760,105 Jayanthi,Capital 532,658,071 912,472,431 1,369,472,610 2,090,128,739 3,178,760,105 Rolanda,Capital 532,658,071 912,472,431 1,369,472,610 2,090,128,739 3,178,760,105 Shantika,Capital 532,658,071 912,472,431 1,369,472,610 2,090,128,739 3,178,760,105 Jing,Capital 532,658,071 912,472,431 1,369,472,610 2,090,128,739 3,178,760,105 Zaynab,Capital 532,658,071 912,472,431 1,369,472,610 2,090,128,739 3,178,760,105 Net income 2,658,700,523 3,199,001,249 5,044,592,905 7,620,419,561 8,013,030,365 Lim,Capital 379,814,360 457,000,178 720,656,129 1,088,631,366 1,144,718,624 Surya,Capital 379,814,360 457,000,178 720,656,129 1,088,631,366 1,144,718,624 Jayanthi,Capital 379,814,360 457,000,178 720,656,129 1,088,631,366 1,144,718,624 Rolanda,Capital 379,814,360 457,000,178 720,656,129 1,088,631,366 1,144,718,624 Shantika,Capital 379,814,360 457,000,178 720,656,129 1,088,631,366 1,144,718,624 Jing,Capital 379,814,360 457,000,178 720,656,129 1,088,631,366 1,144,718,624 Zaynab,Capital 379,814,360 457,000,178 720,656,129 1,088,631,366 1,144,718,624 GREEN PALACE Statement of Owner's Equity Optimist Condition
  • 194. Statement Cash flow – Green Palace GREEN PALACE Statement of Cash Flow per 31 December Pessimistic Year 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Operating activities Net Income 1,803,168,023 2,401,016,249 4,110,115,405 6,538,000,811 6,924,427,865 Supplies expense (5,500,000) 4,250,000 18,015,000 (6,122,500) (2,642,500) Raw material inventory expense 105,863,500 (119,730,000) 116,841,000 (128,941,000) 33,613,200 Depreciation expense 67,948,667 67,948,667 67,948,667 67,948,667 67,948,667 Amortization expense 5,025,000 5,025,000 5,025,000 5,025,000 5,025,000 Net cash flow from operating activities 1,976,505,190 2,358,509,916 4,317,945,072 6,475,910,978 7,028,372,232 Ending Balance Lim,Capital 912,472,431 1,369,472,610 2,090,128,739 3,178,760,105 4,323,478,728 Surya,Capital 912,472,431 1,369,472,610 2,090,128,739 3,178,760,105 4,323,478,728 Jayanthi,Capital 912,472,431 1,369,472,610 2,090,128,739 3,178,760,105 4,323,478,728 Rolanda,Capital 912,472,431 1,369,472,610 2,090,128,739 3,178,760,105 4,323,478,728 Shantika,Capital 912,472,431 1,369,472,610 2,090,128,739 3,178,760,105 4,323,478,728 Jing,Capital 912,472,431 1,369,472,610 2,090,128,739 3,178,760,105 4,323,478,728 Zaynab,Capital 912,472,431 1,369,472,610 2,090,128,739 3,178,760,105 4,323,478,728 Total ending balance 6,387,307,020 9,586,308,269 14,630,901,174 22,251,320,735 30,264,351,099
  • 195. Change in cash and cash equivalent 1,976,505,190 2,358,509,916 4,317,945,072 6,475,910,978 7,028,372,232 Beginning cash and cash equivalent 387,500,000 2,364,005,190 4,722,515,106 9,040,460,178 15,516,371,156 Ending balance of cash and cash equivalent 2,364,005,190 4,722,515,106 9,040,460,178 15,516,371,156 21,946,721,650 GREEN PALACE Statement of Cash Flow per 31 December Normal Year 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Operating activities Net Income 2,404,960,523 3,372,209,999 5,250,145,405 7,666,360,811 8,635,080,365 Supplies expense (5,500,000) 4,250,000 18,015,000 (6,122,500) (2,642,500) Raw material inventory expense 105,863,500 (119,730,000) 116,841,000 (128,941,000) 33,613,200 Depreciation expense 67,948,667 67,948,667 67,948,667 67,948,667 67,948,667 Amortization expense 5,025,000 5,025,000 5,025,000 5,025,000 5,025,000 Net cash flow from operating activities 2,578,297,690 3,329,703,666 5,457,975,072 7,604,270,978 8,739,024,732 Change in cash and cash equivalent 2,578,297,690 3,329,703,666 5,457,975,072 7,604,270,978 8,739,024,732 Beginning cash and cash equivalent 387,500,000 2,965,797,690 6,295,501,356 11,753,476,428 19,357,747,406 Ending balance of cash and cash equivalent 2,965,797,690 6,295,501,356 11,753,476,428 19,357,747,406 27,491,447,140 GREEN PALACE Statement of Cash Flow per 31 December
  • 196. Optimist Year 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Operating activities Net Income 2,658,700,523 3,199,001,249 5,044,592,905 7,620,419,561 8,013,030,365 Supplies expense (5,500,000) 4,250,000 18,015,000 (6,122,500) (2,642,500) Raw material inventory expense 105,863,500 (119,730,000) 116,841,000 (128,941,000) 33,613,200 Depreciation expense 67,948,667 67,948,667 67,948,667 67,948,667 67,948,667 Amortization expense 5,025,000 5,025,000 5,025,000 5,025,000 5,025,000 Net cash flow from operating activities 2,832,037,690 3,156,494,916 5,252,422,572 7,558,329,728 8,116,974,732 Change in cash and cash equivalent 2,832,037,690 3,156,494,916 5,252,422,572 7,558,329,728 8,116,974,732 Beginning cash and cash equivalent 387,500,000 3,219,537,690 6,376,032,606 11,628,455,178 19,186,784,906 Ending balance of cash and cash equivalent 3,219,537,690 6,376,032,606 11,628,455,178 19,186,784,906 27,303,759,637
  • 197. Asset Amount Liabilities&Equity Amount Current asset Liabilities Cash and cash equivalent 2,364,005,190 Raw material inventory 260,879,425 Supplies 75,250,905 Intangible asset Patent 50,000,000 Acc.amortization-patent (2,500,000) "Halal "right 5,050,000 Acc.amortization-rights (2,525,000) Total Current Asset 2,750,160,520 Total Liabilities Non-current asset Equity Land 1,450,000,000 Building 800,000,000 Acc.depreciation-building (32,000,000) Car 150,000,000 Acc.depreciation-car (10,000,000) Production equipment 217,020,000 Lim,capital 770,646,360 Acc.depreciation- production equipment (15,284,000) Surya,capital 770,646,360 Café equipment 75,655,000 Jayanthi,capital 770,646,360 Acc.depreciation-café equipment (8,933,500) Rolanda,capital 770,646,360 Office equipment 20,830,000 Shantika,capital 770,646,360 Acc.depreciation-office equipment (2,923,500) Jing, capital 770,646,360 Zaynab, capital 770,646,360 Total Non Current Asset 2,644,364,000 Total equity 5,394,524,520 Total Asset 5,394,524,520 Total L+E 5,394,524,520 Green Palace Balance Sheet - Pesimistic 31 December 2013
  • 198. Asset Amount Liabilities & Equity Amount Current asset Liabilities Cash and cash equivalent 4,722,515,106 Raw material Inventory 304,427,663 Supplies 29,500,000 Intangible asset Patent 50,000,000 Acc.amortization-patent (5,000,000) "Halal "rights 5,050,000 Acc.amortization-rights (5,050,000) Total current asset 5,101,442,769 Total liabilities Non-current asset Equity Land 1,450,000,000 Building 800,000,000 Acc.depreciation-building (64,000,000) Car 150,000,000 Acc.depreciation-car (20,000,000) Lim,capital 1,096,666,538 Production equipment 217,020,000 Surya,capital 1,096,666,538 Acc.depreciation- production equipment (30,568,000) Jayanthi,capital 1,096,666,538 Café equipment 75,655,000 Rolanda,capital 1,096,666,538 Acc.depreciation-café equipment (17,867,000) Shantika,capital 1,096,666,538 Office equipment 20,830,000 Jing, capital 1,096,666,538 Acc.depreciation-office equipment (5,847,000) Zaynab, capital 1,096,666,538 Non-current asset 2,575,223,000 Total equity 7,676,665,769 Total asset 7,676,665,769 Total L+E 7,676,665,769 GREEN PALACE Balance Sheet - Pesimistic 31 December 2014
  • 199. Asset Amount Liabilities & Equity Amount Current asset Liabilities Cash and cash equivalent 9,040,460,178 Raw material Inventory 50,113,996 Supplies 33,750,000 Intangible asset Patent 50,000,000 Acc.amortization-patent (7,500,000) "Halal "rights 5,050,000 Acc.amortization-rights (7,575,000) Total current asset 9,164,299,174 Total liabilities Non-current asset Equity Land 1,450,000,000 Building 800,000,000 Acc.depreciation-building (96,000,000) Car 150,000,000 Acc.depreciation-car (30,000,000) Lim,capital 1,667,197,311 Production equipment 217,020,000 Surya,capital 1,667,197,311 Acc.depreciation- production equipment (45,852,000) Jayanthi,capital 1,667,197,311 Café equipment 75,655,000 Rolanda,capital 1,667,197,311 Acc.depreciation-café equipment (26,800,500) Shantika,capital 1,667,197,311 Office equipment 20,830,000 Jing, capital 1,667,197,311 Acc.depreciation-office equipment (8,770,500) Zaynab, capital 1,667,197,311 Non-current asset 2,506,082,000 Total equity 11,670,381,174 Total asset 11,670,381,174 Total L+E 11,670,381,174 GREEN PALACE Balance Sheet - Pesimistic per 31 December 2015
  • 200. Asset Amount Liabilities & Equity Amount Current asset Liabilities Cash and cash equivalent 15,516,371,156 Raw material Inventory 53,052,329 Supplies 45,642,500 Intangible asset Patent 50,000,000 Acc.amortization-patent (7,500,000) "Halal "rights 5,050,000 Acc.amortization-rights (7,575,000) Total current asset 15,655,040,985 Total liabilities Non-current asset Equity Land 1,450,000,000 Building 800,000,000 Acc.depreciation-building (128,000,000) Car 150,000,000 Acc.depreciation-car (40,000,000) Lim,capital 2,584,568,855 Production equipment 217,020,000 Surya,capital 2,584,568,855 Acc.depreciation- production equipment (61,136,000) Jayanthi,capital 2,584,568,855 Café equipment 75,655,000 Rolanda,capital 2,584,568,855 Acc.depreciation-café equipment (35,734,000) Shantika,capital 2,584,568,855 Office equipment 20,830,000 Jing, capital 2,584,568,855 Acc.depreciation-office equipment (11,694,000) Zaynab, capital 2,584,568,855 Non-current asset 2,436,941,000 Total equity 18,091,981,985 Total asset 18,091,981,985 Total L+E 18,091,981,985 GREEN PALACE Balance Sheet - Pesimistic per 31 December 2016
  • 201. Asset Amount Liabilities & Equity Amount Current asset Liabilities Cash and cash equivalent 21,946,721,650 Raw material Inventory 512,563,200 Supplies 43,000,000 Intangible asset Patent 50,000,000 Acc.amortization-patent (12,500,000) "Halal "rights 5,050,000 Acc.amortization-rights (12,625,000) Total current asset 22,532,209,850 Total liabilities Non-current asset Equity Land 1,450,000,000 Building 800,000,000 Acc.depreciation-building (160,000,000) Car 150,000,000 Acc.depreciation-car (50,000,000) Lim,capital 3,557,144,264 Production equipment 217,020,000 Surya,capital 3,557,144,264 Acc.depreciation- production equipment (76,420,000) Jayanthi,capital 3,557,144,264 Café equipment 75,655,000 Rolanda,capital 3,557,144,264 Acc.depreciation-café equipment (44,667,500) Shantika,capital 3,557,144,264 Office equipment 20,830,000 Jing, capital 3,557,144,264 Acc.depreciation-office equipment (14,617,500) Zaynab, capital 3,557,144,264 Non-current asset 2,367,800,000 Total equity 24,900,009,849 Total asset 24,900,009,850 Total L+E 24,900,009,849 GREEN PALACE Balance Sheet - Pesimistic 31 December 2017
  • 202. Asset Amount Liabilities&Equity Amount Current asset Liabilities Cash and cash equivalent 2,965,797,690 Raw material inventory 1,997,243,425 Supplies 75,250,905 Intangible asset Patent 50,000,000 Acc.amortization-patent (2,500,000) "Halal "right 5,050,000 Acc.amortization-rights (2,525,000) Total Current Asset 5,088,317,020 Total Liabilities Non-current asset Equity Land 1,450,000,000 Lim,capital 856,616,717 Building 800,000,000 Surya,capital 856,616,717 Acc.depreciation-building (32,000,000) Jayanthi,capital 856,616,717 Car 150,000,000 Rolanda,capital 856,616,717 Acc.depreciation-car (10,000,000) Shantika,capital 856,616,717 Production equipment 217,020,000 Jing, capital 856,616,717 Acc.depreciation- production equipment (15,284,000) Zaynab, capital 856,616,717 Café equipment 75,655,000 Acc.depreciation-café equipment (8,933,500) Office equipment 20,830,000 Acc.depreciation-office equipment (2,923,500) Non-current asset 2,644,364,000 Total Non Current Asset 908,000,000 Total equity 5,996,317,020 Total Asset 5,996,317,020 Total L+E 5,996,317,020 Balance Sheet - Normal 31 December 2013 Green Palace
  • 203. Asset Amount Liabilities & Equity Amount Current asset Liabilities Cash and cash equivalent 6,295,501,356 Raw material Inventory 304,427,663 Supplies 29,500,000 Intangible asset Patent 50,000,000 Acc.amortization-patent (5,000,000) "Halal "rights 5,050,000 Acc.amortization-rights (5,050,000) Total current asset 6,674,429,019 Total liabilities Non-current asset Equity Land 1,450,000,000 Building 800,000,000 Acc.depreciation-building (64,000,000) Car 150,000,000 Acc.depreciation-car (20,000,000) Lim,capital 1,321,378,860 Production equipment 217,020,000 Surya,capital 1,321,378,860 Acc.depreciation- production equipment (30,568,000) Jayanthi,capital 1,321,378,860 Café equipment 75,655,000 Rolanda,capital 1,321,378,860 Acc.depreciation-café equipment (17,867,000) Shantika,capital 1,321,378,860 Office equipment 20,830,000 Jing, capital 1,321,378,860 Acc.depreciation-office equipment (5,847,000) Zaynab, capital 1,321,378,860 Non-current asset 2,575,223,000 Total equity 9,249,652,019 Total asset 9,249,652,019 Total L+E 9,249,652,019 GREEN PALACE Balance Sheet - Normal per 31 December 2014
  • 204. Asset Amount Liabilities & Equity Amount Current asset Liabilities Cash and cash equivalent 11,753,476,428 Raw material Inventory 50,113,996 Supplies 33,750,000 Intangible asset Patent 50,000,000 Acc.amortization-patent (7,500,000) "Halal "rights 5,050,000 Acc.amortization-rights (7,575,000) Total current asset 11,877,315,424 Total liabilities Non-current asset Equity Land 1,450,000,000 Building 800,000,000 Acc.depreciation-building (96,000,000) Car 150,000,000 Acc.depreciation-car (30,000,000) Lim,capital 2,054,771,061 Production equipment 217,020,000 Surya,capital 2,054,771,061 Acc.depreciation- production equipment (45,852,000) Jayanthi,capital 2,054,771,061 Café equipment 75,655,000 Rolanda,capital 2,054,771,061 Acc.depreciation-café equipment (26,800,500) Shantika,capital 2,054,771,061 Office equipment 20,830,000 Jing, capital 2,054,771,061 Acc.depreciation-office equipment (8,770,500) Zaynab, capital 2,054,771,061 Non-current asset 2,506,082,000 Total equity 14,383,397,424 Total asset 14,383,397,424 Total L+E 14,383,397,424 GREEN PALACE Balance Sheet - Normal per 31 December 2015
  • 205. Asset Amount Liabilities & Equity Amount Current asset Liabilities Cash and cash equivalent 19,357,747,406 Raw material Inventory 53,052,329 Supplies 45,642,500 Intangible asset Patent 50,000,000 Acc.amortization-patent (7,500,000) "Halal "rights 5,050,000 Acc.amortization-rights (7,575,000) Total current asset 19,496,417,235 Total liabilities Non-current asset Equity Land 1,450,000,000 Building 800,000,000 Acc.depreciation-building (128,000,000) Car 150,000,000 Acc.depreciation-car (40,000,000) Lim,capital 3,133,336,891 Production equipment 217,020,000 Surya,capital 3,133,336,891 Acc.depreciation- production equipment (61,136,000) Jayanthi,capital 3,133,336,891 Café equipment 75,655,000 Rolanda,capital 3,133,336,891 Acc.depreciation-café equipment (35,734,000) Shantika,capital 3,133,336,891 Office equipment 20,830,000 Jing, capital 3,133,336,891 Acc.depreciation-office equipment (11,694,000) Zaynab, capital 3,133,336,891 Non-current asset 2,436,941,000 Total equity 21,933,358,235 Total asset 21,933,358,235 Total L+E 21,933,358,235 GREEN PALACE Balance Sheet - Normal per 31 December 2016
  • 206. Asset Amount Liabilities & Equity Amount Current asset Liabilities Cash and cash equivalent 27,491,447,140 Raw material Inventory 519,866,459 Supplies 43,000,000 Intangible asset Patent 50,000,000 Acc.amortization-patent (12,500,000) "Halal "rights 5,050,000 Acc.amortization-rights (12,625,000) Total current asset 28,084,238,599 Total liabilities Non-current asset Equity Land 1,450,000,000 Building 800,000,000 Acc.depreciation-building (160,000,000) Car 150,000,000 Acc.depreciation-car (50,000,000) Lim,capital 4,350,291,228 Production equipment 217,020,000 Surya,capital 4,350,291,228 Acc.depreciation- production equipment (76,420,000) Jayanthi,capital 4,350,291,228 Café equipment 75,655,000 Rolanda,capital 4,350,291,228 Acc.depreciation-café equipment (44,667,500) Shantika,capital 4,350,291,228 Office equipment 20,830,000 Jing, capital 4,350,291,228 Acc.depreciation-office equipment (14,617,500) Zaynab, capital 4,350,291,228 Non-current asset 2,367,800,000 Total equity 30,452,038,599 Total asset 30,452,038,599 Total L+E 30,452,038,599 GREEN PALACE Balance Sheet - Normal per 31 December 2017
  • 207. Asset Amount Liabilities & Equity Amount Current asset Liabilities Cash and cash equivalent 6,376,032,606 Raw material Inventory 560,552,663 Supplies 29,500,000 Intangible asset Patent 50,000,000 Acc.amortization-patent (5,000,000) "Halal "rights 5,050,000 Acc.amortization-rights (5,050,000) Total current asset 7,011,085,269 Total liabilities Non-current asset Equity Land 1,450,000,000 Building 800,000,000 Acc.depreciation-building (64,000,000) Car 150,000,000 Acc.depreciation-car (20,000,000) Lim,capital 1,369,472,610 Production equipment 217,020,000 Surya,capital 1,369,472,610 Acc.depreciation- production equipment (30,568,000) Jayanthi,capital 1,369,472,610 Café equipment 75,655,000 Rolanda,capital 1,369,472,610 Acc.depreciation-café equipment (17,867,000) Shantika,capital 1,369,472,610 Office equipment 20,830,000 Jing, capital 1,369,472,610 Acc.depreciation-office equipment (5,847,000) Zaynab, capital 1,369,472,610 Non-current asset 2,575,223,000 Total equity 9,586,308,269 Total asset 9,586,308,269 Total L+E 9,586,308,269 Total Asset 6,387,307,020 Total L+E 6,387,307,020 Balance Sheet - Optimistic GREEN PALACE per 31 December 2014
  • 208. Asset Amount Liabilities & Equity Amount Current asset Liabilities Cash and cash equivalent 11,628,455,178 Raw material Inventory 422,638,996 Supplies 33,750,000 Intangible asset Patent 50,000,000 Acc.amortization-patent (7,500,000) "Halal "rights 5,050,000 Acc.amortization-rights (7,575,000) Total current asset 12,124,819,174 Total liabilities Non-current asset Equity Land 1,450,000,000 Building 800,000,000 Acc.depreciation-building (96,000,000) Car 150,000,000 Acc.depreciation-car (30,000,000) Lim,capital 2,090,128,739 Production equipment 217,020,000 Surya,capital 2,090,128,739 Acc.depreciation- production equipment (45,852,000) Jayanthi,capital 2,090,128,739 Café equipment 75,655,000 Rolanda,capital 2,090,128,739 Acc.depreciation-café equipment (26,800,500) Shantika,capital 2,090,128,739 Office equipment 20,830,000 Jing, capital 2,090,128,739 Acc.depreciation-office equipment (8,770,500) Zaynab, capital 2,090,128,739 Non-current asset 2,506,082,000 Total equity 14,630,901,174 Total asset 14,630,901,174 Total L+E 14,630,901,174 GREEN PALACE Balance Sheet - Optimistic per 31 December 2015
  • 209. Asset Amount Liabilities & Equity Amount Current asset Liabilities Cash and cash equivalent 19,186,784,906 Raw material Inventory 541,977,329 Supplies 45,642,500 Intangible asset Patent 50,000,000 Acc.amortization-patent (7,500,000) "Halal "rights 5,050,000 Acc.amortization-rights (7,575,000) Total current asset 19,814,379,735 Total liabilities Non-current asset Equity Land 1,450,000,000 Building 800,000,000 Acc.depreciation-building (128,000,000) Car 150,000,000 Acc.depreciation-car (40,000,000) Lim,capital 3,178,760,105 Production equipment 217,020,000 Surya,capital 3,178,760,105 Acc.depreciation- production equipment (61,136,000) Jayanthi,capital 3,178,760,105 Café equipment 75,655,000 Rolanda,capital 3,178,760,105 Acc.depreciation-café equipment (35,734,000) Shantika,capital 3,178,760,105 Office equipment 20,830,000 Jing, capital 3,178,760,105 Acc.depreciation-office equipment (11,694,000) Zaynab, capital 3,178,760,105 Non-current asset 2,436,941,000 Total equity 22,251,320,735 Total asset 22,251,320,735 Total L+E 22,251,320,735 GREEN PALACE Balance Sheet - Optimistic per 31 December 2016
  • 210. Asset Amount Liabilities & Equity Amount Current asset Liabilities Cash and cash equivalent 27,303,759,637 Raw material Inventory 519,866,462 Supplies 43,000,000 Intangible asset Patent 50,000,000 Acc.amortization-patent (12,500,000) "Halal "rights 5,050,000 Acc.amortization-rights (12,625,000) Total current asset 27,896,551,099 Total liabilities Non-current asset Equity Land 1,450,000,000 Building 800,000,000 Acc.depreciation-building (160,000,000) Car 150,000,000 Acc.depreciation-car (50,000,000) Lim,capital 4,323,478,728 Production equipment 217,020,000 Surya,capital 4,323,478,728 Acc.depreciation- production equipment (76,420,000) Jayanthi,capital 4,323,478,728 Café equipment 75,655,000 Rolanda,capital 4,323,478,728 Acc.depreciation-café equipment (44,667,500) Shantika,capital 4,323,478,728 Office equipment 20,830,000 Jing, capital 4,323,478,728 Acc.depreciation-office equipment (14,617,500) Zaynab, capital 4,323,478,728 Non-current asset 2,367,800,000 Total equity 30,264,351,099 Total asset 30,264,351,099 Total L+E 30,264,351,099 GREEN PALACE Balance Sheet - Optimistic per 31 December 2017
  • 211. CVPANALYSIS “GREEN PALACE”
  • 212. FINANCIAL RATIO Normal Condition: i. Operating Leverage The meaning of Operating Leverage is percentage that changes in profit that impacted with company activity. DOL (Degree of Operating Leverage). The higher value of DOL means the higher level of sales that impact on profit. Ratio DOL 2013 1.428 2014 1.282 2015 1.185 2016 1.130 2017 1.490 From this ratio, from the year to the year, we can conclude that we have stabilize of fluctuation, although in the first year, this ratio is small, that because lots of items that need to be paid in this first year. ii. Liquidity Ratio A. Cash Ratio Cash Ratio shows the proportion to us, they show Cash, total asset that we have in Green Palace DOL = CM Profit Ratio Cash Ratio 2013 0.4946 2014 0.6806 2015 0.8172
  • 213. - Cash proportion from this total asset, grew every year with the significant changes, but in this case, is not good for the company that hold cash too much, this means that the company doesn’t try to invest in long / short investment. iii. Activity Ratio In this Ratio, the purpose to count how effective the company to manage the overall resources that we have, in this ratio, we learn to avoid over debt. i. Fixed Turnover Ratio This ratio, used to measure Green Palace to use the asset to increase the overall sales. The bigger this value, shows that Green palace use the overall asset that we have, with efficient and the result we can see the income is higher than the asset value. Ratio Fixed asset Turnover 2013 1.023 2014 2.957 2015 4.404 2016 6.003 2017 6.806 2016 0.8826 2017 0.9028
  • 214. ii. Total Asset Turnover In this ratio, we use it, to measure the total active and measure the active income. Ratio Total Asset Turnover 2013 1.023 2014 0.823 2015 0.767 2016 0.667 2017 0.529 This value of turnover have the up and down in every year, this caused by purchasing “land” the price of land is always increasing. iii. Inventory Turnover This ratio, measure how many our stock in Green Palace can be sold in one year, and how much the turnover ratio within 1 year, the higher this ratio, the better value. Ratio Inventory Turnover 2013 0.904 2014 6.714 2015 58.201 2016 61.213 2017 6.591 iv. Profitability Ratio
  • 215. In this section, we analyze how much percentage that company can grow their profit. From: Gross profit margin, operating profit margin, net profit margin, cash return on asset. This percentage up / down caused by the percentage of sales that we have, if the percentage raise up, means that our sales is raise up, and if the percentage go down, means the sales is lower than before. iv. Operating Profit Margin In this section we measure percentage how many profit that we get after we count it with our debts, means this our net profit. This percentage up / down caused by the percentage of sales that we have, if the percentage raise up, means that our sales is raise ratio Gross profit margin 2013 70.54% 2014 73.16% 2015 73.57% 2016 77.80% 2017 78.74% ratio Operating Profit margin 2013 49.41% 2014 57.05% 2015 62.08% 2016 68.85% 2017 70.52%
  • 216. up, and if the percentage go down, means the sales is lower than before. v. Net Profit Margin Net Profit Margin measures the whole income and the debt. The purpose of “Net profit margin” for identifies the overall efficiency of our system. The percentage of sales, impact this percentage, for up and down, by the year. vi. Cash Return on Asset This ratio to measure, how much cash that we can get from operational using the current asset, means that with our current asset, how much money that we can get. ratio Net Profit margin 2013 36.98% 2014 42.73% 2015 46.52% 2016 51.61% 2017 52.86% ratio Cash Flow on Asset 2013 15.14% 2014 27.84% 2015 17.42% 2016 17.42% 2017 7.78%
  • 217. Cash that produced form operation company have their up or down value, this caused by inefficiency for the corporation to manage the overall operation profit. vii. Return on Asset (ROA) ROA function to measure the company effectiveness to process the asset that they have how they made profit, and the efficient for investment management. ROA have their up and down, for the down value of ROA, maybe that caused by depreciation of asset that we already buy, that cause we buy new product by net income asset. Pessimistic Condition v. Operating Leverage The meaning of Operating Leverage is percentage that changes in profit that impacted with company activity. DOL (Degree of Operating Leverage). The higher value of DOL means the higher level of sales that impact on profit. ratio Return On Asset 2013 58.29% 2014 94.32% 2015 98.96% 2016 99.29% 2017 97.89% DOL = CM Profit
  • 218. Rasio DOL 2013 1.582 2014 1.402 2015 1.238 2016 1.153 2017 1.529 From this ratio, from the year to the year, we can conclude that we have stabilize of fluctuation, although in the first year, this ratio is small, that because lots of items that need to be paid in this first year. vi. Liquidity Ratio B. Cash Ratio Cash Ratio shows the proportion to us, they show Cash, total asset that we have in Green Palace Cash proportion from this total asset, grew every year with the significant changes, but in this case, is not good for the company that holds cash too much, this means that the company doesn’t try to invest in long / short investment. vii. Activity Ratio Ratio Cash Ratio 2013 0.4382 2014 0.6152 2015 0.7746 2016 0.8576 2017 0.8814
  • 219. In this Ratio, the purpose to count how effective the company to manage the overall resources that we have, in this ratio, we learn to avoid over debt. i. Fixed Turnover Ratio This ratio, used to measure Green Palace to use the asset to increase the overall sales. The bigger this value, shows that Green palace use the overall asset that we have, with efficient and the result we can see the income is higher than the asset value. Ratio Fixed asset Turnover 2013 0.988 2014 0.823 2015 0.815 2016 0.725 2017 0.556 ii. Total Asset Turnover In this ratio, we use it, to measure the total active and measure the active income. Ratio Total Asset Turnover 2013 2.015 2014 2.454
  • 220. 2015 3.797 2016 5.386 2017 5.843 This value of turnover have the up and down in every year, this caused by purchasing “land” the price of land is always increasing. iii. Inventory Turnover This ratio, measure how many our stock in Green Palace can be sold in one year, and how much the turnover ratio within 1 year, the higher this ratio, the better value. Ratio Inventory Turnover 2013 0.904 2014 0.728 2015 1.377 2016 1.196 2017 1.315 viii. Profitability Ratio In this section, we analyze how much percentage that company can grow their profit. From: Gross profit margin, operating profit margin, net profit margin, cash return on asset. ratio Gross profit
  • 221. This percentage up / down caused by the percentage of sales that we have, if the percentage raise up, means that our sales is raise up, and if the percentage go down, means the sales is lower than before. vii. Operating Profit Margin In this section we measure percentage how many profit that we get after we count it with our debts, means this our net profit. This percentage up / down caused by the percentage of sales that we have, if the percentage raise up, means that our sales is raise up, and if the percentage go down, means the sales is lower than before. viii. Net Profit Margin Net Profit Margin measures the whole income and the debt. The purpose of “Net profit margin 2013 66.11% 2014 67.66% 2015 69.35% 2016 75.26% 2017 75.23% ratio Operating Profit margin 2013 41.79% 2014 48.25% 2015 56.02% 2016 65.28% 2017 65.66%
  • 222. margin” for identifies the overall efficiency of our system. The percentage of sales, impact this percentage, for up and down, by the year. ix. Cash Return on Asset This ratio to measure, how much cash that we can get from operational using the current asset, means that with our current asset, how much money that we can get. Cash that produced form operation company have their up or down value, this caused by inefficiency for the corporation to manage the overall operation profit. viii. Return on Asset (ROA) ratio Net Profit margin 2013 31.26% 2014 36.11% 2015 41.97% 2016 48.93% 2017 49.21% ratio Cash Flow on Asset 2013 49.02% 2014 33.55% 2015 21.47% 2016 21.47% 2017 9.51%
  • 223. ROA function to measure the company effectiveness to process the asset that they have how they made profit, and the efficient for investment management. ROA have their up and down, for the down value of ROA, maybe that caused by depreciation of asset that we already buy, that cause we buy new product by net income asset. Optimism Condition ix. Operating Leverage The meaning of Operating Leverage is percentage that change in profit that impacted with company activity. DOL (Degree of Operating Leverage). The higher value of DOL means the higher level of sales that impact on profit. ratio Return On Asset 2013 85.96% 2014 92.57% 2015 98.65% 2016 99.11% 2017 97.40% DOL = CM Profit Rasio DOL 2013 1.365
  • 224. From this ratio, from the year to the year, we can conclude that we have stabilize of fluctuation, although in the first year, this ratio is small, that because lots of items that need to be paid in this first year. x. Liquidity Ratio Cash Ratio Cash Ratio shows the proportion to us, they show Cash, total asset that we have in Green Palace Cash proportion from this total asset, grew every year with the significant changes, but in this case, is not good for the company that hold cash too much, this means that the company doesn’t try to invest in long / short investment. xi. Activity Ratio 2014 1.287 2015 1.188 2016 1.129 2017 1.499 Ratio Cash Ratio 2013 0.5041 2014 0.6651 2015 0.7948 2016 0.8623 2017 0.9022
  • 225. In this Ratio, the purpose to count how effective the company to manage the overall resources that we have, in this ratio, we learn to avoid over debt. i. Fixed Turnover Ratio ii. This ratio, used to measure Green Palace to use the asset to increase the overall sales. The bigger this value, shows that Green palace use the overall asset that we have, with efficient and the result we can see the income is higher than the asset value. Ratio Fixed asset Turnover 2013 7.327 2014 2.929 2015 4.356 2016 6.042 2017 6.521 iii. Total Asset Turnover In this ratio, we use it, to measure the total active and measure the active income. Ratio Total Asset Turnover 2013 1.042 2014 0.787 2015 0.746 2016 0.662 2017 0.510
  • 226. This value of turnover have the up and down in every year, this caused by purchasing “land” the price of land is always increasing. iv. Inventory Turnover This ratio, measure how many our stock in Green Palace can be sold in one year, and how much the turnover ratio within 1 year, the higher this ratio, the better value. Ratio Inventory Turnover 2013 0.846 2014 3.646 2015 6.901 2016 5.992 2017 6.591 xii. Profitability Ratio In this section, we analyze how much percentage that company can grow their profit. From: Gross profit margin, operating profit margin, net profit margin, cash return on asset. This percentage up / down caused by the percentage of sales that we have, if the percentage raise up, means that our sales is ratio Gross profit margin 2013 72.85% 2014 72.90% 2015 73.28% 2016 77.94% 2017 77.81%
  • 227. raise up, and if the percentage go down, means the sales is lower than before. x. Operating Profit Margin In this section we measure percentage how many profit that we get after we count it with our debts, means this our net profit. This percentage up / down caused by the percentage of sales that we have, if the percentage raise up, means that our sales is raise up, and if the percentage go down, means the sales is lower than before. xi. Net Profit Margin Net Profit Margin measures the whole income and the debt. The purpose of “Net profit margin” for identifies the overall efficiency of our system. ratio Operating Profit margin 2013 53.37% 2014 56.64% 2015 61.67% 2016 69.05% 2017 69.23% ratio Net Profit margin 2013 39.96%
  • 228. The percentage of sales, impact this percentage, for up and down, by the year. xii. Cash Return on Asset This ratio to measure, how much cash that we can get from operational using the current asset, means that with our current asset, how much money that we can get. Cash that produced form operation company have their up or down value, this caused by inefficiency for the corporation to manage the overall operation profit. ix. Return on Asset (ROA) ROA function to measure the company effectiveness to process the asset that they have how they made profit, and the efficient for investment management. 2014 42.42% 2015 46.21% 2016 51.76% 2017 51.89% ratio Cash Return on Asset 2013 14.22% 2014 26.86% 2015 17.13% 2016 17.13% 2017 7.82%
  • 229. ROA have their up and down, for the down value of ROA, maybe that caused by depreciation of asset that we already buy, that cause we buy new product by net income asset. Economic Analysis Indonesian economic growth, nowadays have already met lot of improvement, if we compared before, in our crisis condition we can say that Indonesia have a good economic growth. But the real problem is “unemployment” in Indonesia still high, may be this caused by less job, or lack of individual skills. This analysis gives in a preview how the company must “sacrifice” and the profit oriented, and with this analysis we believe that can be useful for the economic growth in Indonesia. Indonesia has 3 big sectors: agriculture, marketplace, and Hotel and restaurant has quite big portion about 58% in year 2010. Assumption Normal Condition For normal condition, usually the demand of food and beverage increasing year by year, people in the world always want to find a better food, better taste, and they start to look for healthy food. For bread industry, nowadays the bread not only as “desert” but people like to consume it, as main food, type bread like: hamburger, Sandwich, hotdog, etc. the challenge for every bread shop not only sell the testier bread, but also healthy bread and also good in service (hospitality). Most of us maybe not familiar to eat or enjoy bread ratio Return On Asset 2013 58.76% 2014 90.94% 2015 95.91% 2016 96.83% 2017 97.88%
  • 230. inside the store, usually we just bring it as “take away”. So in this case, we “Green Palace” want to offer something different. We build a place that people can stay, can enjoy the bread with beautiful environment. In normal condition our sales: 75% or more in the first year, and kept growing in the future. Assumption Pessimistic Condition Although people consume bread as substitution of rice, but in this simulation, we try to make the sales down, that may be caused by inflation rate, and because of Green Palace target market is middle up people, but in inflation condition lots of people get fired, bankruptcy, so the group of middle low person raise, and automatically the purchasing power is lower. Because people will choose to buy “cheap” bread rather than “expensive” one. In this situation, our sales may be around 50% – 60% only Assumption of Optimistic Condition People in Indonesia will consider about healthy food, healthy life, and people stop buy junk food, and start to buy healthy one, the economic growth in Indonesia increased up to 40%, means lot of new rich people in Indonesia, then Green Palace come to place, as the number 1 healthiest bread store in Asia. People in Indonesia like tasty and healthy, when we can give both of them, we can get the highest profit, because they never consider about price, And the sales of Green Palace 190% above our expectation. Investment Analysis Green Palace 1. Payback Period Payback period give us the information about number, how long we need to get the first investment from one project, in other words how long the company can produce money as big as initial investment. In Green Palace Payback Expected 8 Year INITIAL INVESTMENT Rp 3.728.606.500
  • 231. Payback Period Normal Initial Investment (Rp3,728,606,500.00) Cash Inflow Year 1 Rp 2,267,710,522.76 -Rp1,460,895,977.24 Year 2 Rp 3,253,334,999.01 Rp1,792,439,021.77 Year 3 Rp 5,133,745,405.31 Rp6,926,184,427.07 Year 4 Rp 7,549,960,810.80 Rp14,476,145,237.87 Year 5 Rp 8,518,680,364.54 Rp22,994,825,602.40 Payback Period 1 year 6 months 2. Net Present Value (NPV) NPV will explain, how much profit that we can get, or lost that we get when we choose the project, with the comparison of time value of money and relevant cash flow in investment Decision Criteria: If NPV > 0 = Accepted If NPV < 0 = Rejected If NPV met “0” means that we can achieve BEP (Break Even Point) All investment in Green Palace is owned by the owner. NPV Report of Green Palace: NPV Normal Initial Investment (Rp3,728,606,500.00) Year 1 Rp 2,267,710,522.76 Rp2,139,349,549.77 Year 2 Rp 3,253,334,999.01 Rp3,253,334,999.01 Year 3 Rp 5,133,745,405.31 Rp5,133,745,405.31 Year 4 Rp 7,549,960,810.80 Rp7,549,960,810.80 Year 5 Rp 8,518,680,364.54 Rp8,518,680,364.54 Year 6 Rp 0.00 Rp0.00
  • 232. Total PV Rp26,595,071,129.42 NPV $21,691,127,393.90 3. IRR IRR is a rate that caused NPV become 0 IRR Normal Initial Investment (Rp3,728,606,500.00) Year 1 Rp 2,267,710,522.76 Year 2 Rp 3,253,334,999.01 Year 3 Rp 5,133,745,405.31 Year 4 Rp 7,549,960,810.80 Year 5 Rp 8,518,680,364.54 IRR 91% 4. Discounted Payback Period Discounted payback period to count number that didn’t calculated with time value of money, that the reason why we have the “return” of money. So this is the calculation of Green Palace Discounted Payback Period Normal Initial Investment (Rp3,728,606,500.00) Year 1 Rp22,835,850.83 -Rp3,705,770,649.17 Year 2 Rp658,770,678.51 -Rp3,046,999,970.66 Year 3 Rp569,552,712.36 -Rp2,477,447,258.30 Year 4 Rp1,049,057,722.75 -Rp1,428,389,535.55 Year 5 Rp947,555,189.67 -Rp480,834,345.88 Year 6 Rp951,553,288.35 Rp470,718,942.47 Discounted Payback Period Normal 5 years 7 months
  • 233. And from that calculation, we can accept the business, and also from Discounted Payback period, can be accepted. Scenario Analysis Assumption Pessimistic Condition: Payback Period Pessimistic Initial Investment (Rp3,728,606,500.00) Cash Inflow Year 1 Rp 1,665,918,022.76 -Rp2,062,688,477.24 Year 2 Rp 2,282,141,249.01 Rp219,452,771.77 Year 3 Rp 3,993,715,405.31 Rp4,213,168,177.07 Year 4 Rp 6,421,600,810.80 Rp10,634,768,987.87 Year 5 Rp 6,808,027,864.54 Rp17,442,796,852.40 Payback Period 1 year 11 months In Payback Period that counted is: 1Year, 11 Months this result can be considered because the result still lower than our expectation (5 Years), and this project purposed for long term, means that met our BEP in short terms is impossible. NPV Pesimist Initial Investment (Rp3,728,606,500.00) Year 1 Rp 1,665,918,022.76 Rp1,571,620,776.19 Year 2 Rp 2,282,141,249.01 Rp2,282,141,249.01 Year 3 Rp 3,993,715,405.31 Rp3,993,715,405.31 Year 4 Rp 6,421,600,810.80 Rp6,421,600,810.80 Year 5 Rp 6,808,027,864.54 Rp6,808,027,864.54
  • 234. Year 6 Rp 0.00 Rp0.00 Total PV Rp21,077,106,105.83 NPV $17,129,782,601.60 IRR pessimist Initial Investment (Rp3,728,606,500.00) Year 1 Rp 1,665,918,022.76 Year 2 Rp 2,282,141,249.01 Year 3 Rp 3,993,715,405.31 Year 4 Rp 6,421,600,810.80 Year 5 Rp 6,808,027,864.54 IRR 72% Assumption Optimism Condition: Payback Period Optimistic Initial Investment (Rp3,728,606,500.00) Cash Inflow Year 1 Rp 2,658,700,522.76 -Rp1,069,905,977.24 Year 2 Rp 3,199,001,249.01 Rp2,129,095,271.77 Year 3 Rp 5,044,592,905.31 Rp7,173,688,177.07 Year 4 Rp 7,620,419,560.80 Rp14,794,107,737.87 Year 5 Rp 8,013,030,364.54 Rp22,807,138,102.40 Payback Period 1 year 4 month
  • 235. NPV Optimist Initial Investment (Rp3,728,606,500.00) Year 1 Rp 2,658,700,522.76 Rp2,508,208,040.34 Year 2 Rp 3,199,001,249.01 Rp3,199,001,249.01 Year 3 Rp 5,044,592,905.31 Rp5,044,592,905.31 Year 4 Rp 7,620,419,560.80 Rp7,620,419,560.80 Year 5 Rp 8,013,030,364.54 Rp8,013,030,364.54 Year 6 Rp 0.00 Rp0.00 Total PV Rp26,385,252,119.98 NPV $21,614,733,716.54 IRR Optimist Initial Investment (Rp3,728,606,500.00) Year 1 Rp 2,658,700,522.76 Year 2 Rp 3,199,001,249.01 Year 3 Rp 5,044,592,905.31 Year 4 Rp 7,620,419,560.80 Year 5 Rp 8,013,030,364.54 IRR 94% Sensitivity Analysis Initial Investment View Normal Capital Increase Capital 100% 717% (Rp3,728,606,500.00) (Rp26,723,432,102.00)
  • 236. NPV 22,866,464,629.42 0.40 IRR 91% 0.98% Initial Investment (Rp26,723,432,102.00) Cash Inflow Year 1 Rp 2,267,710,522.76 Rp2,267,710,522.76 Year 2 Rp 3,253,334,999.01 Rp3,253,334,999.01 Year 3 Rp 5,133,745,405.31 Rp5,133,745,405.31 Year 4 Rp 7,549,960,810.80 Rp7,549,960,810.80 Year 5 Rp 8,518,680,364.54 Rp8,518,680,364.54 Total PV Rp26,723,432,102.40 NPV 0.40 IRR 1% Sales view Normal Sales Sales Down 100% 76% 26,723,432,102 21,171,403,352 NPV $22,866,464,629.42 $17,348,499,605.83 IRR 91% 72% Initial Investment (Rp3,728,606,500.00) Cash Inflow Year 1 Rp 1,665,918,022.76 Rp 1,571,620,776.19 Year 2 Rp 2,282,141,249.01 Rp 2,282,141,249.01 Year 3 Rp 3,993,715,405.31 Rp 3,993,715,405.31 Year 4 Rp 6,421,600,810.80 Rp 6,421,600,810.80 Year 5 Rp 6,808,027,864.54 Rp 6,808,027,864.54 Total PV Rp 21,077,106,105.83 NPV 17,348,499,605.83 IRR 72%
  • 237. Expense View Normal Expense Increase Expense 100% 150% 6,424,418,248 9636627373 NPV $22,866,464,629.42 $19,782,616,478.24 IRR 91% 77% Initial Investment (Rp3,728,606,500.00) Year 1 Rp 1,619,672,564.26 Rp1,619,672,564.26 Year 2 Rp 2,640,078,840.51 Rp2,640,078,840.51 Year 3 Rp 4,499,610,415.81 Rp4,499,610,415.81 Year 4 Rp 6,895,394,125.37 Rp6,895,394,125.37 Year 5 Rp 7,856,467,032.30 Rp7,856,467,032.30 Total PV Rp23,511,222,978.24 NPV $19,782,616,478.24 IRR Initial Investment (Rp3,728,606,500.00) Year 1 Rp 1,619,672,564.26 Year 2 Rp 2,640,078,840.51 Year 3 Rp 4,499,610,415.81 Year 4 Rp 6,895,394,125.37 Year 5 Rp 7,856,467,032.30 IRR 77%