Start Up Business Solutions in New York City


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Bubble Tea Start-up Business Solutions in New York provides extensive and in depth analysis on Strategic Business Solutions. Presentation is intended to provide an overview to stakeholder and investors on Bubble Tea Start-up Initiative in Forrest Hills, New York City.

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Start Up Business Solutions in New York City

  1. 1. Aloun Khountham Jaldhara S Shekhar Jia Liang Zhao Partha Mitra Von B Bowen 12/11/2013, New York University
  2. 2. “Open a store located in Forrest Hills, New York, which specializes in bubble tea business line. Start-up will offer several different styles and flavors of bubble tea and aims to offer high quality bubble tea, coffee, espresso, and bakeries at a competitive price to meet the demand of the middle-to higher-income local market.”
  3. 3. Bubble Tea Business journey Plan collaborative action items that connect teams, improve access to information, and increase productivity. Approval process loads the adoption, drive compliance, and reduce the risk of failure of business. Build tailored business solutions that provide insights, improve decisions, and increase business performance.
  4. 4. Name Confirm decision for Phase 2 to proceed Wed 1/15/14 Confirm decision for Phase 3 to proceed Thu 2/13/14 Commit capital funding Tue 3/4/14 Bubble Tea Grand Opening 100% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% Finish Fri 5/16/14 100% 48% 0% 0% Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 - Plan Phase 4 Strategic Plan Define Bubble for Action Proceed With Tea Business Startup Plan Opportunity Detail Time Management Analysis
  5. 5. Bubble Tea business financial projections are calculated based upon market standards and historical data set of investment on similar line of Business. Actual Cost Baseline Cost Remaining Cost Cost Variance $23,280.00 $188,611.14 $185,331.14 $20,000.00 Cost Cumulative Cost $100,000.00 COST DISTRIBUTION $80,000.00 $200,000.00 $60,000.00 $150,000.00 $40,000.00 Source: Detail Financial Analysis $250,000.00 $100,000.00 $20,000.00 $50,000.00 The chart shows Bubble Tea Cash Flow. the project's cumulative cost and the cost per quarter. $0.00 $0.00 4 1 2
  6. 6. Cost Components Fixed costs vs. Variable cost • Cost management plan does not include any monthly recurring costs • Cost approval: 250K , Cost Distribution: 188K - Extra contingency cost allocated for changes INTERIOR EXTERIOR COST EQUIPEMENT COST OFFICE COMPUTER COST MISCELLANEOUS COST INITIAL INVENTORY COST COST DISTRIBUTION $95,680.00 $112,931.14 Source: Detail Financial Analysis Type: Work Type: Cost Bubble Tea total budget is spread out amongst two types of resource types : Fixed Cost and Variable Cost.
  7. 7. Bubble Tea HR initiatives includes unified, rational information to improve process inefficiencies. Bubble Tea HR Scenarios PEOPLE FACTOR
  8. 8. Communication Communication Components ROLES OF COMMUNICATION  Project Sponsor/ Steering Committee  Change Control Board  METHODS AND TECHNOLOGIES  SharePoint platform  COMMUNICATION MATRIX MS Project software  Communication Type MEETING GUIDELINES  Meeting Agenda  Priority  Meeting Minutes  Priority Definition  Action Items  Decision Authority  Resolution Timeframe  Communication Objectives Key Stakeholders  Medium  Project Manager  Project Manager  Frequency  Note Taker  Project Team  Audience  Time Keeper  Owner  PERT Charts ESCALATION PROCESS
  9. 9. Quality drive sales growth, Bubble Tea Quality team highly focused on policies, procedures, criteria for and areas of application, and roles, responsibilities and authorities.. Bubble Tea Quality Scenarios TOOLS ENVIRONMENT
  10. 10. next step to Business  Effective Time Management  Defined Vision & Procurement Scope  On time and under budget  Quality Control and Inspection  Training Objectives & Drawing &  Highly demanding market place Process  Contingency Fund maintaining customers  Potential Management Conflict of Interest  Employee Engagement & Retention  High retention Rate and exponential growth