School Cafeteria Business Plan


Executive Summary

In this paper, the enterprise suggested is that of a lunch programme mainly targeted at elementary schools, and likely at high schools and related establishments. In the Australian industry, the cafeteria and canteen sector shows mediocre results, largely because the commodity accessible via the current facilities is pricey, generic and thus unattractive to many end-users, nutritionally inadequate and deemed inadequate by the customers in limited portions.

In the other side, the proposed business would accept orders from an online page that connects to the e-commerce site of the organisation. Parents are the main clients when they issue the instructions, remit the fees, and have the requirements that the organisation is expected to follow, while the children to be supported in their schools are the goal for the services provided.

The target demographic is projected to rise at an average pace of 1.7 per cent and is made up of 18.2 per cent of the overall age-stratified population. The social advantage offered by the organisation is the incentive it offers parents and schools to escape the growth in youth obesity by creating healthy food decisions for their children. Technological advancements encourage the organisation to buy orders and requirements are a fast and systematic way to help the company prepare ahead and reduce duplication while improving consumer loyalty.

Owing to the need to prevent spoilage and ensuring that the consumer receives his or her order on time and in top shape, delivery and logistics are essential to the company. The financial projections of the business prove it to be extremely tenable, and equity funding and bank loans will collect the capital required.

School Cafeteria Business Plan

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