HomeAni: Letran Calamba Research Reportvol. 3 no. 1 (2016)


Rose Ann Camille I. Susmerano | Keanne Alexcia J. Del Prado | Jamaica Mariz A. San Jose | Lalaine C. Manguiat



Nachotatoes was the  only store that made tasty, healthful, and affordable nachos within the vicinity. Compared to other nachos, Nachotatoes were produced using potato chips and banana blossom instead of typical tortilla chips and ground meat. Through equity financing, the working capital requirement of Php 21,907.00 was invested by the proponents who managed   the   business   production, marketing, purchasing, finance, and human resources. The business specifically incurred expenses for materials, direct labor, overhead, furniture and equipment, supplies, advertising, salary, transportation,  rent, license fee, research and development costs, and contingency fund. The location of the business was good because it was located near the school and houses. Nachotatoes started its operation on November 17, 2014, and it sold 1,099 pieces for 30 days, with 40 units per day.  By the end of January, the computed net income rose to Php 887.97.