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A 17 page business plan for a one-location bookstore in Pennsylvania. The company will experience the competitive pressure of two large national chains, but Tudor Bookstore has the freedom to compete in ways not available to the large chains. Tudor Bookstore seeks to be a valuable member of the community and to be active in community activities. A café will contribute additional revenues as well as additional store traffic in its own right. The company's strength will lie in its close relationship with the surrounding community. No sources listed. Prepared with Business PlanPro.
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to be active in community activities. A caf? will contribute additional revenues as well as additional store traffic in its own right. The companys strength will lie in its close
relationship with the surrounding community. 1.1 Objectives 1.To make Tudor Bookstore the leading local, non-chain bookstore in the region. 2.To be an active and vocal member of
the community, and to provide continual re-investment through participation in community activities and financial contributions. 3.To achieve a 35% profit margin within the first year. 4.To achieve a
net profit of $30,000 by year two. 1.2 Mission The Tudor Bookstore is a retail establishment specializing in general-interest books and coffee/espresso drinks. We
seek to be an integral part of the community, involved in the literacy efforts of the public schools and supportive of community efforts to enhance awareness of the literary arts.
2.0 Company Summary The Tudor Bookstore sells quality products and provides excellent customer service for the book-loving residents of the local area. We are
faced with a great deal of competitive pressure from the two large chains that have come to town in recent years, but we remain far more flexible and maneuverable than
are these larger but more rigid chains. We plan to use our size as a positive aspect of our business. 2.1 Company Ownership The Tudor Bookstore
is a privately held corporation. It will be registered as a Subchapter S, with ownership 60%-Adam Smith, 40%-M. Keynes. 2.2 Start-up Summary Almost 93% of start-up costs
will go to assets. The building will be purchased with a down payment of $8,000 on a 20-year mortgage. The espresso machine will cost $4,500 (straight-line depreciation, three