Fast food services at Belfast a town in Antrim Northern Ireland

| June 19, 2015

Paper instructions:
I have written the  business proposal which is important to check down the page, have look at it and complete the plan.
I want to finish my business plan, and I would like from the writer to finish my business plane which is related to my proposal business topic down the page.
Important:do not copy anything from my business proposal otherwise it will be plagiarism.
So what I want you to do in the business plane is:
1: title page and table of contents.
2: executive summary.
3: mission statement.
4: company history.
5: business and industry profile.
6: objectives.
7: business strategy.
8: description of firm’s product/service.
9: marketing strategy.
10: competitor analysis.
11: description of the management team.
12: plan of operation.
13: forecasted or pro-forma financial statements.
14: the loan or investment proposal.
No more then 2500 words

This is my business proposal you have to look at it and finish my business plan

Everyone who goes into business for themselves hopes to meet or surpass a set of goals. Your specific configuration should be unique and you must have aspirations for your budding entrepreneurship. There are many factors one must consider when about to draw up a business plan for setting up a business. As an entrepreneur, I must first consider the problem of that geographical area so that I can be able to come up with the best business idea that can be able to solve that problem (Mazzarol et al. 2014, p. 61). The business I propose should be able to offer good solutions to the problem of unemployment in that particular area.
Location of the business
The business will be located at Belfast a town in Antrim Northern Ireland. This is because Belfast has a large population of youths who are jobless and the business will cater for this problem (Kinealy & MacAtasney, 2000, p. 33). After opening one restaurant and making sure that it is flourishing then other branches can be opened in all locations where a large number of people can be accessed. It will be like having a chain of restaurants all around Belfast.
I will open my own fast food restaurant and not buy a franchise. This means that I will need a substantial amount of capital to start the business. I will then apply for a loan from my bank after I have drawn a business proposal that shows how my restaurant will be different from the others and the amount of profit I expect to receive. After the restaurant picks up I will have money to pay back the loan as well as have more capital to open a chain of restaurants all around Belfast.
Target market
The fast food business will be located in a place where there are malls, colleges and universities, highways, business streets and shopping centers. These are places where people are in large numbers and the restaurant will have a lot of visibility. This means the restaurant will be busy throughout and this will ensure high profits.  As I mentioned earlier, after the success of the first restaurant, others will be opened in all those areas with a large population of people. The size of the Belfast continues to expand and the demand for more convenient eating options is bound to go through the roof.
Problems and opportunities that encouraged me to propose this business
Business has the resources to tackle today’s complex societal problems. With its rich stock of resources in terms of management, finances, and technical it has a role in solving society’s more troublesome problems (Kreitner, 2009, p.122). After all without society’s support, business could not have built its resources base in the first place. Belfast has a rising population of unemployed youth due to economic crisis. A fast food business will be the most appropriate in solving the problem of youth unemployment in Belfast. This is because of the fact that fast food business combines all kinds of skills and knowledge and thus it can cater for a large number of youths without employment.

Force field analysis
Force field analysis is a useful decision making technique. It will be able to communicate the reasoning behind my decisions. It will envision the situation and develop the action plan that reduces restraining forces and increases driving forces (Melton, 2008, p. 52). For example, I won’t mind working hard and for long hours to see the success of my business.
Increases driving forces                                                                        Reduces restraining forces
Work hard and Increase working hours 1. Market demand    time constraints .1 (6)

(5) 2. Competition
Fear .2 (2)

(7)3. Customer expectation    client adoption .3 (4)

(6) 4. Technology    Cost of technology .4 (6)

For Using the above force field analysis diagram I will there be able to identify some of the market demand as well as the customer expectation. In addition the force field analysis can also help me to identify some of the factors that can affect the operation of the business such as the cost of adopting new technology.

Mission of the business
A fast food business will be able to cater for unemployed youths with different types of skills. For example, the business will include vendors, waiters, among others. This business can also cater for part-time youths who are still at school or more precisely at universities. A lot of students have to take part-time jobs to help pay for tuition fee (Arnett, 2006, p.852). Those youths who have the skills of catering will be able to take the responsibility of preparing food in the restaurant. Others will have the responsibility of sales and marketing of the products (food). Delivery services will also be required for those people in offices and other places of work.


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