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HomeBENCHMARK: College of Business Research Journalvol. 3 no. 1 (2018)

A FEASIBILITY STUDY ON THE ESTABLISHMENT STARBOARD VEGAS SUPERCLUB IN ROXAS BOULEVARD, PASAY CITY

A.C. Agatep | J.T. Ayala | J.P. Balmori | S.I. Adricula | G.A. Campantero

 

Abstract:

Starboard Vegas Superclub will be a corporation type of business. It will need a total of 36 employees. Through efficient organizational structure and technical know-how of the managers, there will be a smooth operation of the business. The market projection of the proposed business is based on the surveys conducted by the proponents’ projection of demand and supply. The sales for the first five years of operation are based on different factors like the population growth, market acceptability to supply and other factors. The study is viable and feasible because the target population is willing and capable of availing the products and services The initial investment needed to form Starboard Vegas Superclub is 30,000,000.00 pesos which will be sourced from the investment of the proponents and from bank loan. Therefore, the financial requirements of the business are feasible to attain The products to be offered by the business are of high quality. The products will consist of French Fries, Hamburgers, Pork Barbecue, Sizzling Sisig, Chicken Sandwich, Spaghetti Carbonara, Mixed Nuts, Buffalo Wings, Nachos, Spaghetti Bolognese, Wine, Rhum, Vodka, Brandy, Cognac, Gin Whiskey, Beer, Juice, Shakes and Cigarettes. The project is feasible based on different aspects that the researchers have considered in operating the business. Starboard Vegas Superclub will pay the right taxes and will generate job opportunities to people who seek a position in the club industry. All of the services of the business are guaranteed to produce outputs of good quality. This kind of quality is priced reasonably so that target consumers are able to afford the services. In waste disposal, there will be no open burning of garbage. The Superclub will also use wood chairs and tables and will also use paper bags instead of plastic and styrofoam packaging. With all of this findings, the proposed club is very feasible to operate.