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Assessment of Investment in the Café Service Sector

Adamowicz Mieczysław () and Ziółkowska Karolina
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Adamowicz Mieczysław: Pope John Paul II State School of Higher Education in Biała Podlaska,Podlaska, Poland
Ziółkowska Karolina: Warsaw University of Life Sciences,Warsaw, Poland

Economic and Regional Studies / Studia Ekonomiczne i Regionalne, 2018, vol. 11, issue 1, 90-108

Abstract: Subject and purpose of work: The subject of the work is the issue related to making investment decisions on the Polish market of café services in Warsaw. The work contains a theoretical and an empirical part. The aim of the work is to evaluate the effectiveness of different ways of running a café in the form of creating your own brand, a network café franchise or cooperation based on an agency agreement. Materials and methods: The work was based on the problem literature, materials made available by companies offering cooperation in the cafeteria industry and reports from a research company regarding the HoReCa market. A prospective ex-ante analysis has been given the form of a business plan for a newly created coffee shop. Results: The basics of creating a new enterprise were discussed and the undertaking was characterized taking into account the location, competition, employment plan, marketing and risk assessment. A SWOT analysis and financial forecasts were prepared, taking into account capital expenditures, demand forecast, revenues, costs and margins, as well as the analysis of other financial parameters. Conclusions: Available business models offer the investor a wide range of investment options. The choice of a business model depends both on the investor’s expectations and its proneness to risk taking as well as on the location of the planned undertaking.

Keywords: financial analysis; café services; market entry; prospective analysis (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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