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Business Analysis of Tim's Coffee Shop

JOHN WATSON

May 24, 2009

Table of Contents


Table of Contents........................................2

Executive Summary........................................3

Regulations Subsection
Summary
Action Items.............................................4

Management Subsection
Summary
Action Items.............................................8

Finance and Accounting Subsection
Summary
Action Items.............................................10

Financial Statements Subsection
Summary
Action Items.............................................11

Problem Solving Subsection
Summary
Action Items.............................................12

Executive Summary

The analysis of Tim's Coffee Shoppe is in my best interest to provide you with a summarized report broken down into two categories – strengths and weaknesses.

Tim's Coffee Shop is a strong business with many years of a reputation in the heart of town near 2-bus stations and a University with traffic flowing through consistently at all times. The Coffee Shoppe's newly remodeled establishment may have an impact towards having customers come from other parts of town as well as having live entertainment and this is a very positive aspect if you decide to purchase this establishment.

It appears inside the establishment holds a large square footage for storage space. This is beneficial in storing inventory on a larger scale while finding new venders. This may allow you to purchase items in bulk saving you money in supply costs, since supplies cost last year was up $135,827.

Looking into management decisions, out of the ten employees, most of them are happy while some are not. It would be in your great interest if you were to take over this business to appoint or hire a few new strong employees to management positions dividing them in two different shifts. In addition, employee's salaries took considerable...

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