Free Essay

The Homemade Kitchen

In: Business and Management

Submitted By ecr777
Words 1520
Pages 7
THE HOMEMADE KITCHEN is a new start-up. The idea arose after several years of retail experience in other ventures, most notably music distribution. 
The homemade kitchen is a different genre of business, although the template for retail success is in place. The Homemade kitchen is one that can attract a variety of people, all age groups, all genders. The demographics of the consumer is vast & after research it was decided that this was a venture.

The homemade kitchen emerged to meet a need of the food market in periods of less accessibility. No matter the time that the consumer wants to satisfy his hunger, he now has a quality homemade option.
The Homemade Kitchen is a new concept of quality fast food. Any time you want there will be always one of our magic food trailers near from the customers. It consists in a mobile fast food restaurant unit. Instead of a store, we have several wheels sustaining our delicious food. The Parisians that were in doubt if Paris has or not a place to eat after midnight and early in the morningwill be now our #1 fan. The Homemade Kitchen will be located in the most crowded places of Paris and near from non-stop commercial places and universities. Our target is to be Paris #1 option to eat healthy fast food and offer a comfortable place for our customers with friendly service. After clubs, parties, shows, in the middle of work time, the lights of our trailers will be on!
Since we saw it is almost impossible to find a place to eat or buy drinks late at night, we wondered why not opening a place that fills this needs at an affordable price with high quality products.
At the same time we are constructing a strong brand, we will give to our customers an new option of eating healthy food if they want. Our Kitchen promise to deliver a great tasting experience and will provide the best natural ingredients for this. Our business is to provide friendly service of quality food at affordable prices for everyone.
It’s a hard task nowadays to provide affordable prices for our customers, thinking of it, The Homemade Kitchen find a solution to run out from expensive rents in Paris, we was born on wheels and we can go anywhere. Our trailers will be another important point of difference and our unmistakable characteristic. The red roof surround by lights will call the attention of who passes by.

Costumer target
Our costumer target would be ‘’Young adults’’, from 18-25 years old who often wants to buy some snacks, food and drinks late during the night or early in the morning and cannot find any store open.
Who are those young adults? * They have, in general, between 18 and 25 years old * They are University students or young employees * They spend a lot of time with their friends * They like to go out during the weekends * They like to meet their friends during the week to have some snacks, a few drinks and to talk * They can be tourists: as the tourists usually don’t know the opening and closing time of stores or don’t know Paris really well, we would be always near the touristic spots so that they could have our products everywhere and every time * As they are mostly students, they don’t want to spend much. We will offer good prices that can fit their budget. “Formules” or “menus” will be offered: they can buy sandwichs, snacks and drinks together so that they will have a better price *

Our strategy is to catch those young adults when they: * Leave a night club and want to have some food before going home to sleep * Before going to a pub, bar or nightclub so that they can have sandwiches, snacks and drinks that are less expensive than the place they’re heading to * Go to a crowded point, such as Quartier Latin, Nearby Famous museums, Bercy Village and Levallois (business center) that they can profit from our prices, 24 hour availability and cool-young atmosphere * Just want to eat fast and delicious homemade sandwiches and snacks, at any time during the day or during the night

How much are the costumers willing to pay? * Our snacks, sandwiches and drinks will fit the budget of young people: it won’t offer 1 euro sandwiches like McDonald’s, but we will offer pretty affordable prices * Our menu will cost the customers from 7 to 19 euros.

Our menu: * Homemade sandwiches such as: hot dogs, baguette sandwiches, hamburgers, wraps * Different types of salads with homemade sauces. * Drinks: sodas, juices, beer, wine, cocktails with and without alcohol * Snacks: chips, nachos, nuts, cheese, different kinks of breads * Desserts: brownies, ice cream, cookies, cakes * We will use the best ingredients and we will offer many healthy sandwiches

The Traillers
The trailers will have an innovative design order to call the attention of the young people, create a “cool” atmosphere and become a trendy trailer brand. The lighting, the way the products are going to be set and the music, such as ambience music will create an atmosphere that will involve the public and at the same time, make them feel as comfortable as they were in home, even that it would be for 15 minutes or less.

Budget (Euro):
The costs related to our project to start up for each of the 3 trailers are:
Oven: 760 (x 3)
Microwave: 186 (x 3)
Fridge: 650 (x 3)
Stove: 140 (x 3)
Total Equipment: 5.208 euros

3 employees per trailer, which has a wage per hour of 10.2 euros (each). Others which includes materials for cooking the food, delivering, packaging, services, decoration for trailer and other implements needed: 400 (x 3)

These are the costs related to start up the business, they are around 3720 euros per trailer. After the first month of work, the costs change due to there are cost that are for fixed assets and others are necessary each month:

Trailer rented: 1150/ month
Food materials: 1100/ month
Beverages: 1600/ month
Others: 400/ month

Wage for employee/ Working Schedule (2 employees per trailer per shift of 8 hours)
*values per trailer. ** 1 hour: 10,20 euros.

Monday: 12:00 a.m. -> 8:00 p.m. 163,20 euros (81,60/ employee)
Tuesday: 12:00 a.m. -> 8:00 p.m. 163,20 euros (81,60/ employee)
Wednesday: 12:00 a.m. -> 8:00 p.m. 163,20 euros (81,60/ employee)
*Thursday: 12:00 a.m. -> 12:00 p.m. 244,80 euros (61,20/ employee)
**Friday: 24 hours 489,60 euros (81,60/ employee)
Saturday: 24 hours 489,60 euros (81,60/ employee)
Sunday: 24 hours 489,60 euros (81,60/ employee)
TOTAL / week (per trailer): 2.203,20 euros/ week

*Thursday: 2 shifts. 6 hours/each. 2 employees per shift.
** Friday, Saturday and Sunday: 4 shifts. 6 hours/each. 2 employees per shift
Monthly needed minimum to run the business:

TOTAL/ month (per trailer): 8.812,80 euros (3 trailers) = 26.438,40 euros.

Operational Budget: 26. 438, 40 euros.
+ 500 euros (water, light, gas) x 3 = 1.500,00
+ 1000 euros (Advertising) total
+ 3.450 (renting costs/ 3 trailers)
+ 3.300 (Food warehouse/ 3 trailers)
+ 4.800 (Beverages/ 3 trailers)

= TOTAL ESTIMATED COSTS: 40.488,40 EUROS/ MONTH.
+ 5.208 euros (accessories).

Profits estimate: We differentiate three times when speaking about sells. Calm, normal and strong moments. We hope to sell 15 menus per hour on each trailer in calm moments, 35 menus per hour in normal moments and 60 menus per hour in strong moments, all of them with an average price of 13 euros. This converts in approximately average of 33 menus per hour and revenues of 433* euros per hour for each trailer. As the trailer is open 24 hours (Friday, Saturday and Sunday), 8 hours on Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday and 12 hours on Thursday. Estimated Gross Profit Margin:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday = 10. 392 euros
Thursday = 5.196 euros
Friday, Saturday, Sunday = 31.176 euros
TOTAL Profits: 46. 764 euros

Our initial investment is a total of 40.488,40 euros for the 3 trailers which will be recovered very easily within the first month. It is important to take into account here that revenues are not taken as profit as first, instead they will be reinvested for expanding and taking more places in Paris with others trailers.

Approximately, after 3 months we will expand our business and it must be clear, at the beginning, that we will rent the trailers. That way, the business will not be controlled by stakeholders, it will be controlled by our partners and in the future, we will strategically construct our business, preventing it wouldn’t run out of our hands. This will increase the fixed and variable costs but also increase the revenues. The acquisition of the trailers is a mission for the final of our first year in the market, it will depend how our customers will adapt to this innovative business.
“We are homemade, homecare business”.

Similar Documents

Free Essay

Uses for Coconut Oil

...an energy boost. 2. Use it as the base for a homemade body scrub. 3. Use to condition your wooden cutting boards. 4. Use as a super conditioner on your hair (apply to dry hair, leave in as long as possible and then shampoo as normal). 5. Use as a styling agent if you have really dry hair. Just rub a tiny bit on your palms and apply to your hair and style as normal. 6. Keep a little container in your purse for lip moisturizer. 7. Add a spoonful to your dog or cat’s food. Coconut oil is great for our furry friends! 8. Replace nasty, unhealthy vegetable oils in your kitchen with coconut oil. 9. Make healthy Magic Shell ice cream topping. 10. Use it for oil pulling. 11. Use a tiny dab on your underarms for a natural deodorant. 12. Use coconut oil instead of shaving cream. 13. Add to your bath tub for a moisturizing soak (a couple drops of peppermint oil is wonderful!). 14. Use as a makeup remover. 15. Use it to help sooth chicken pox, shingles, or other rashes or skin irritations. 16. Use it to treat athlete’s food, ringworm, or other fungal or yeast infections. 17. Take a spoonful with your vitamins to help improve absorption. 18. Spread a thin layer on cuts or burns to speed up healing. 19. Take up to 5 spoonfuls per day for improved thyroid function. 20. Add a spoonful to your smoothies for extra nutrition and flavor. 21. Use on the delicate tissue around your eyes to help prevent wrinkles and sagging. 22. Use as the base for homemade toothpaste or lotion. 23. Use in place of......

Words: 1597 - Pages: 7

Premium Essay

Dominics

...returning customer that has never been disappointed. Coming from an Italian family I never thought I could find homemade Italian food that compares to my grandmothers until experiencing Dominic’s. The first time I stepped into Dominic’s I expected to eat average Italian food, and once I left the restaurant I was in love with the atmosphere, service, and food. Dominic’s has two locations within the Phoenix metro area and they all have a similar atmosphere with antique collectables scattered throughout the restaurant. Even though both locations have similar decorations they both have extremely different layouts. The 1950’s decorations and atmosphere was the first thing that stood out to me once I walked up to the entrance. The Tempe, Arizona Dominic’s is not like restaurant. The entire restaurant is built like a red house with green trim. Paintings are all over the outside of the building with slogans such as; legalize marinara, Dominic’s dispensary, and many more. As you the customers up to the side entrance there is a host stand outside where someone greets them with a big hello and smile. As the customers walk in Dominic’s the kitchen is the first thing they see, and the guest are greeted again by the kitchen staff. The inside of Dominic’s is upbeat and colorful, and there are small TV’s that play black and white cowboy movies. The restaurant smells of homemade Italian pasta and pizza. Dominic’s...

Words: 811 - Pages: 4

Premium Essay

Marketing Plan

...Katherine’s Creations~ Homemade Sweets & Treats A Marketing Plan Presented by: Fonda Dawkins 1. Executive Summary This marketing plan shows the goals and aspirations of Katherine’s Creations and the plan we have set up to make sure that those goals are attained and that the company is not only successful be thrives. 2. Company Description Katherine’s Creations, LLC, was started in 2011 by Willie Dawkins to produce high quality, great tasting homemade cookies. The original line of cookies which included 4 varieties was introduced in Dayton, OH. They were sold by word of mouth and made on request only. Due to increased demand a website was established to showcase product offerings and to take orders. Within the eighteen months after opening, Katherine’s Creations has grown to include 12 varieties of cookies, breads, several varieties of candy and fudge, as well specialty cakes. The products are now carried at six retail stores in the Dayton area. Sales have quadrupled during that time period. Katherine’s Creations believes that its high quality, homemade taste strategy has proven successful as shown by the company’s growth and its broad base of satisfied and repeat customers. This marketing plan outlines how the Company will increase its market share by increasing the number of retail stores carrying the product to 20, and extend its geographic coverage from the Dayton OH area to include Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky by 2015. 3. Strategic Focus and......

Words: 1916 - Pages: 8

Free Essay

Progresso, You Gotta Taste This Soup

...with the same ingredients and in the same way as the homemade soups. In 1949 Progresso introduced the first canned ready-to-serve soup in America and has grown to become the No. 1 ready-to-eat soup brand in America by using quality ingredients. Progresso continues to build on its rich history of flavorful products that delight the consumer. Gender & Age: Their commercials appear to target both men and women - mostly women. Those who are middle aged as opposed to teen and younger or senior citizen and those who are looking for something that is nostalgic and from their past. The reason I think they appeal mostly to women is because their message is positive and focuses on how it can improve and help a women’s life. They involve them with the brand and tell stories that resonate with females. One commercial shows a woman in a wedding dress calling to tell the Progresso Soup kitchen thanks for the help to achieve that goal. When the kitchen asks when’s the big day, she says “Oh, it was years ago, but the dress still fits!” Education & Income: I’m assuming their education levels are higher than high school as many of the commercials show people who are in offices or nice home settings which would mean their income is more middle class as opposed to lower or upper. Ethnic Group: Their company history can be traced back to Italy. Their soups like Traditional, Classic and Rich & Hearty all suggest a homemade flavor like Grandma’s. One commercial shows a......

Words: 870 - Pages: 4

Premium Essay

Bus 508

...Bakery is a bakery that sells homemade desserts that range from cakes, cupcakes, pies, and cookies. We can loosely be described as a quick-service restaurant, where customers come in order their favorite dessert and a drink, and enjoy the comforting atmosphere of sweet smelling flavors and aromas from the desserts. Priscilla’s Bakery will hold true to its vision of being a new concept with an old fashioned feel in order to become one of the best homemade dessert bakeries in Greenville SC. After the first year of doing business, we plan on hosting parties at the bakery, catering special events, and eventually adding lunch items to the menu. Once we are well established, we will hire two to three additional staff members to help with counter orders, serving, and possibly baking. We will host free cake days where we will have consumers enter their names in a drawing to win a free bakery desserts. We have specifically targeted segments of people with an appreciation for delicious desserts and a need for comfort and relaxation. Priscilla’s Bakery’s plan within the first year is to concentrate on paying our loan back while steadily making a profit. By the third year of operation we plan on having sales in the range of $200,000 which will help us hire new members and possibly expand our variety on the menu, include lunch items, and maybe even adding on to the building. Description of Venture Priscilla’s Bakery will bring to the consumers homemade cakes, pies, cupcakes,......

Words: 2197 - Pages: 9

Free Essay

Research

...building of teeth, body and muscles. The Protein in skim milk comprises the complete amino acid a human needs regularly, effecting the skim milk to be a source of high- quality, total protein. Knowing that skim milk contains protein, it is proved that glue can be made from casein – the protein in milk. The casein protein is also used in fabricating various goods, including fabrics, adhesives, plastics, and protective coatings. This study aims to make homemade glue by means of coagulation and precipitation. Results show that skim milk can be use as an alternative for glue. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Poverty is one of the major problems the world is facing today. Not every student could afford to buy branded glue and not every store opens 24 hours. It is a problem for some people in buying glue. It might not be applicable for all, but in some instances, it is true. The researchers wanted to find a way to help solve this problem. The researchers found an experiment regarding on making a homemade glue using the materials found on the kitchen. One of these, skim milk is used in the study. The researchers used skim milk considering that glue is made from casein protein where a skim milk have. Regardless of the use of money, the researchers think of a plan to use glue practically. OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY This study aims to: 1. Be a user-friendly. 2. Distinguish if the utilization of skim milk as alternative glue is effective in sticking two papers and such. ......

Words: 923 - Pages: 4

Free Essay

Homemade Playdoh

...Homemade Play Dough Recipe: ------------------------------------------------- Have you ever wanted play dough and not had any? With these instructions, you’ll be able to craft homemade playdoh with simple household items. You will need 1 cup flour, 1/2 cup salt, 2 teaspoons cream of tartar, 1 tablespoon of olive oil, 1 cup of food dyed water, a medium pot, a mixing spoon and lastly an oven. Making the playdoh should only be done after acquiring the necessary materials. The entire process should not take longer than 30 minutes. Remember to always be careful while working in the kitchen. ------------------------------------------------- Instruction Set: Step 1: Mix together the flour and the salt. (Add a little extra flour for soft dough) Step 2: Mix together ½ cup of warm water with a few drops of food coloring. Step 3: Slowly pour the colored water into the flour mixture, stirring as you pour. ------------------------------------------------- Step 4: Stir until combined, then knead with your hands until the flour is completely absorbed. If the dough is too sticky, add more flour until it doesn’t stick at all. After making the dough feel free to play with it. I would recommend any of these items to make your experience even better: -Silverware -Cookie cutters -Biscuit cutters ------------------------------------------------- -Rolling pins -Mason jar rings Conclusion: Eventually the dough will grow stale, but don’t be sad because it will......

Words: 267 - Pages: 2

Free Essay

Crowdsourcing

...family favorite dish or at least her favorite, and to bring in that recipe to share. Surprisingly for Caribbean women, stuff shells were and still are this Trinidadian favorite dish of all times. Now I get it because being from Bermuda, I tend to lean more to Italian dishes as well but my wife is the oldest of three girls and lived with a mother from my observations, that cooked nothing but soul/Caribbean cuisines. At the end of this interview, I will encourage the reader(s) to try my wife’s recipe for stuff shells. I use my wife as a reliable source for this project because of her family’s background---Trinidadian. There’s no secret that Caribbean women love to cook, and not just love but can actually put great things together in the kitchen. Her mother and I often argue about who is the better cook but to be honest, her mother is a very good cook. From the spices she uses to presentation. As a matter of fact, she has a catering company---she being the mother. Trinidad cuisine is known for a number of dishes that has contributed to the culinary world. I believe it’s the spices that create these dishes to come to life like no other culture; roti, doubles, curries and more---Trinidad's best foods are loaded with flavor. “Food is diverse breakfasts, cultural and traditional in many cases,” my wife informs me. Trinidad cuisine is influenced by many different styles, such as East Indian, Spanish, African, Chinese and more. Over time it has been adapted and......

Words: 1161 - Pages: 5

Free Essay

Kathy's Home

...KATHY’S HOME When a person is a good cook, he or she is usually a clean person as well. However, in Kathy’s case, the opposite turned out to be true. The first time Kathy and I got to know one another was at the VA Medical Center. The afternoon staff at the VA Medical Center decided to have a Memorial Day potluck for those working on that day. The employees working on the holiday drew sticks to decide what each would bring to the potluck. Kathy would bring beef stew, Tucker—corn muffins, Sandy—turnip greens, Maggie—potato salad, Amy—barbecue rib tips, Wendy—soft drinks, plates, and the table coverings, and I would bring a lemon cheesecake. When Memorial Day came, one of the staff members, Maggie, decorated the tables in the nurses’ lounge. On one of the tables, Maggie laid out the plastic plates, utensils, napkins, and cups together. Pepsi Cola, Coca Cola, Sprint, Faygo, and Mountain Dew cans chilled in a large size styrofoam cooler filled with ice on the floor. Maggie turned down the slow cooker from hot to warm and added Kathy’s beef stew to the second table along with all the other food. Two square tables surrounded by round tables were all covered with white table cloths. Maggie had the tables decorated beautifully. The plates and napkins were solid blue and trimmed with flowers, with the forks and spoons matching. As some of us put our patients to bed, others went to the nurses’ lounge to enjoy the food we’d all brought. When it was time for me to have a break, I......

Words: 1412 - Pages: 6

Premium Essay

Gumamela Petals as Dishwashing Liquid

...Introduction Washing dishes is one of the major house chores our parents are facing every day. One of hardest part of washing dishes are the tough stains and grease that is all over the common kitchen tools we use in our everyday life. Dishwashing liquid is a great help to minimize the time of removing those tough stains and grease on our kitchen tools and it totally removes all the dirt of common kitchen tools. Imagine yourself washing the dishes without using any dishwashing liquid, how will you easily remove those stains and grease? This study shows how a simple organic material that can be easily found elsewhere can be turned into something as useful as dishwashing liquid. Background of the Study This research aims to produce a dishwashing liquid out of Gumamela petals that will remove the stains and grease in common kitchen tools. This study will make use of Gumamela petals which contains mucilage that effectively removes stains or grease present in common kitchen tools. Significance of the Study The study will produce a new kind of dishwashing liquid that is completely organic. It will make use of Gumamela petals mixed with water and calamansi extract to produce a dishwashing liquid that is chemical free yet effective in removing stain or grease present in common kitchen tools at the most affordable price compare to the commercial brand sold in the market. The dishwashing liquid will be making use of gumamela petals which are being ignored if not use as......

Words: 2064 - Pages: 9

Free Essay

Homemade Glue

...community in a simple way to cure common diseases. OBJECTIVES General Objective: This study aims to make our own glue. Also, to make an affordable medicine for those common diseases. Specific Objectives: Specifically, this study has three main objectives. 1. First we want to help our Environment. Our Study uses pure organic materials. 2. Next, we want to help our community to cure and prevent common diseases like cough, colds, and headaches 3. Lastly, our group wants to make an affordable cure for those kinds of diseases. STATEMENT OF THE PROBEM The researchers studied and researched about the topic/problem of making homemade glue. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY Our study is deemed significant to because it is a homemade product. This product is also easy to make. All its ingredients are found in our kitchen. Within just 5 minutes, you’ll have your own Elmer’s glue without rushing to the nearest stationery shop. SCOPE AND LIMITATIONS This product is for the students, teachers, and some office workers. This product can only be...

Words: 325 - Pages: 2

Premium Essay

Student

...The food borne illness I have chosen is salmonella. Question 1: What is the infectious agent (pathogen) that causes this infectious disease? The infectious agent (pathogen) that causes salmonella is called salmonella enteriditis. The bacteria is larger than a virus; but, is visible to the eye with the microscope. It is rod-shaped, gram negative, non-motile bacteria that does not form spores. Interestingly enough it communicates to its fellow bacteria via AHL. It infects the cell, multiplies within it; then, bursts the cell. Special effector protein factors are required for salmonella intestinal invasion and the induction of fluid secretion and for inflammatory responses. There are about six names species names of it, salmonella enteritidis, and salmonella enteric which cause the human disease. Sources: www.cdc.ncided/dbmd/diseaseinfo www.cdc.gov/nczved/dfbmd/disease www.edu/imagepages/1048.htm www.idph.state.il.us/public/hb www.ndm.gov/medlineplus/ency/image Question 2: Salmonella bacteria can be found in food products such as raw poultry, eggs, and beef, and sometimes on unwashed fruit. Food prepared on surfaces that previously were in contact with raw meat or meat products can, in turn, become contaminated with the bacteria. This is called cross-contamination. Salmonella can become a chronic infection even if you do not have symptoms. In addition, though you may have no symptoms, you can spread the disease by not washing your hands before preparing food for others. In......

Words: 3270 - Pages: 14

Premium Essay

Justifying an Eval of a Childrens Website

...Sproutonline.com or Bust Sproutonline.com is a website created by the Public Broadcasting Service for preschool-aged children. The website is based off of the Public Broadcasting Service Channel, Sprout. Sprout is the only 24-hour a day, preschool channel that focuses on programing that parents, caregivers, and children can share and enjoy together. From morning to night, parents and kids can share everything from singing and dancing, to reading and counting, and even bedtime stories. The Children’s Website Council would have an incomplete list of the top 50 children’s websites if they do not include the Sprout Channel’s website, Sproutonline.com, in their compilation. Sproutonline.com is not only a fun website for children ages 2-5, it is also very educational, encourages children to be creative and spend quality time with their families, promotes positive self-esteem, and is easy for children to navigate. Sproutonline.com is a very colorful, appealing website that is an attention grabber from the minute that it is accessed. From the bright greens, blues, and other vivid colors that make the site stick out like a sore thumb, to familiar faces, like Elmo, Big Bird, Barney, and Bob the Builder, to the wide variety of games that there are to play, there is never a dull moment when one is on their web page. All of the games on Sproutonline.com are set up to be fun and Schuck 2 educational at the same time. Most kids will play the games and not even realize that they are...

Words: 1073 - Pages: 5

Premium Essay

Yummy Subs Cafe

...Gutiérrez MANA 716 Prof. Bernardo Gil Ana G. Méndez University System, Metro Orlando Campus Yummy Subs Café – Case Study In 1980 Michael Porter, professor of Harvard University developed the model of 5 competitive forces. This model became a tool for analyzing an organization industry structure for developing a strategy. The model is based on that the corporate strategy should meet the organization opportunities and threats present in the organizations external environment. These 5 forces can be adapted to every industry in every market and will define the amount of competition, profitability and attractiveness of an industry. The Yummy Subs Café was established in 1953 offering different kinds of specialized coffees, teas, homemade soups, sandwiches, salads and full time bakery. An analysis of Porter’s Five Forces follows. • Bargaining power of buyers – How strong is the position of buyers, how much power do they have to drive prices down and how easy will be for them to change products or services. Yummy’s customers have plenty of options and will be very easy for them to change to another bakery style business. For example, specialized coffee, sandwiches, salads and bakery products are offered at places like Panera Bread, Jason Deli’s, Starbucks and Barnies. The proposed strategy to lessen impact of clients leaving will be to ensure prices and quality is similar to competition. • Bargaining power of suppliers – How strong is the position of......

Words: 902 - Pages: 4

Free Essay

Amy's Bread

... Amy is actively involved in the community. Amy’s Bread offers a variety of artisan bread for 20 years. FINDINGS The webpage is organized into 6 main categories as follow: Locations, Menu, Wholesale, Shop, Press, and Our Story. Locations There are three retail operations located in Hell’s Kitchen, Chelsea Market, and The Village Each location is accessible by public transportation. Parking is only available in the Chelsea Market and The Village locations. Each of these locations are surrounded by pedestrian traffic in the busy city of Manhattan. Hell’s Kitchen: Chelsea Market: The Village: 672 Ninth Avenue 75 Ninth Avenue 250 Bleecker Street (Between 46th & 47th Streets) (Between 15th & 16th Street) at Leroy Street New York, NY 10036 New York, NY 10011 New York, NY 10014 212-977-2670 212-462-4338 212-675-7802 Hell’s Kitchen is the first location opened up by Amy in 1992. The small, cozy café seats 12 in its perfect mix of a Parisian boulangerie and a Midwestern Kitchen. The second location to be opened was in 1996 in Chelsea Market. Up until August 2012, all of the bread was freshly baked in this location, but now the bread kitchen is relocated to Long Island City. The building that Amy’s Bread is located in also contains a whine shop, food stores, a florist, cafes, restaurants, and the Food...

Words: 1973 - Pages: 8