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BINA NUSANTARA UNIVERSITY (BINUS UNIVERSITY)

PROJECT/BUSINESS PLAN PROPOSAL TEMPLATE

This is a Project/Business Plan Proposal submitted for the Final Test


Assignment for the Subject of English for Written Business
Communication (ENGL6131) of Even Semester 2014/2015, at BINUS
University.
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PROJECT PROPOSAL PREAMBLE


To obtain a Final Test (UAS) score in English for Written Business
Communication (EWBC) course, a group of 3-4 students must submit a
Project/Business Plan Proposal, EITHER in the form of:
1. a business collaboration between any BINUS UKM and any business in
and around BINUS University
2. a business project conducted by any BINUS UKM in the future
The proposal is an essential tool for the students to practice leadership to
evaluate a project and to assist management in anticipating and planning
capital expenditure priorities. The merits of a plan at the four stages of
development are as follows:
Planning
It sets out managements best estimate of the future in a logical and
organised way, thus crystallising ideas, highlighting potential problems and
identifying areas requiring further detailed consideration.
Financing
It assists in planning for and raising finance whether from government
sources, partner capital, Institute funding or BINUS University Foundation
fundraising sources.
Implementation
It provides management with guidelines for running the project efficiently.
Monitoring
It allows management to assess and control the actual progress of the
project by comparison with the financial projections included in the plan.
(Every plan is different, depending on the nature of the project and
the purpose for which the plan is ultimately intended, not all the
guidelines provided in the template may apply. Be sure to tailor
your plan accordingly).

1.0

PROJECT CONTACT INFORMATION

Submitted by:

Pratama (NIM: 1234567890)


Syahputra (NIM: 0987654321)
Sandoro (NIM: 543210987)

EWBC Lecturer

Danujasai Asihwardji (D2913)

UKM
Contact name/s
Telephone& fax numbers
Email address
Partner Business
Contact name/s
Telephone & fax numbers
Email address
Foundation/Government Office
Contact name/s
Telephone& fax numbers
Email address

If applicable

2.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

As one of the UKM (students activity unit) in Bina Nusantara


University, Paramabira moves as a choir group which was founded at 26
November 1990. Till now, Paramabira have performed in various events in
university and outside of university, both National , and International.
We make our university proud with our choir, gifted with experience
and achievement which make Paramabira as it stands now, to become one of
the most experienced and most qualitative choir group in Indonesia.
And soon in 26 November 2015 we will celebrate out 25th Birthday ,
wed like to make an aniversary by helding a concert with collaborating with
our Alumni .
we like to appreciate all of our past audeince , and welcome new
people to hear our Performance in an event called 25 years of Golden
Voice. In this event we will sing 25 song with collaboration with our senior,
and we want to invite all our past audience and give hem a discount , and we
also like to welcome new audeince.

3.0

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Provide a detailed description of the project. In bullet format include:


Project goals what will the project achieve (customer retention,
income increment, infrastructure renewal, training aids, research
resources, etc)
Activities undertaken to achieve the project goals
Define the project objectives and highlight the activities to be
performed
Identify the outputs from the project including any long term outcomes
Timelines including the project start and end dates (when do you
expect to undertake and complete the stated tasks and objectives)
Any known strategic alliances (industry training opportunities)
Project location
Total project cost
Project stakeholders including external partners

Project Goals
we have been in university choir society for almost 25 year, and so we
like to share what our project will achieve ;
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To make paramabira name more famous than before , to be known


by general not only in university society.
To have more money in order to rent or make our own practice room
with many facility with our own piano, and to do free choir show for
poor kids .

To make our family bigger than before by attract our new future
member with our singing ability.

To keep keep in touch and collaborating with our past allumnus , to


make paramabira bond become strongger.

Activities undertaken
To complete almost of our goal , we want to make a yearly concert
which call
XXth year of Golden voice ,which can recruit past member and
current member of paramabira to join in our choir , we may already
have a yearly concert but we didnt enclose our Alumnus to sing with
us ,so start from this 25th year anniversary wed like to have a yearly
concert with our alumnus, by this event , wed like to invite new
audience and past audience to listen to our Golden Voice.

Define the project objectives and highlight the activities to be


performed
As we already xplain before , we will held an event called 25th year of
golden voice
Wei will sing a song from old generation of paramabira to he curent
generation of paramabira , mainly will be a classic and easy listening
song . we will sing 30 song , 1 from each generation favorite and 5 for
all member singing all at once, by this we definitly hit almost allof our
audience with their generation favorite song.

We will held our concert 2 times , each consist of 2 part, and between
the 2 part we will give the audience and members a break for
around30 minutes, if we accumulate it with our singing duration it will
3 hours and 35 minutes , the total of the concert time each day .

Identify the outputs from the project including any long term
outcomes
By doing this project , we hope we will get more attention from public
especially from music industry ,many people will aware of our choir
and be our next audience again.
By hearing our good voice , the audience hopefully will bought our CD
and it ill help our funding to increase our Practice faclity and ou saving.
In long term outcomes , our performances will attach many of new
future member to join our UKM in future , and in fture our relationship
with past members definitely will be dtrongger than before ,

Timelines including the project start and end dates


23 August 2015

Meeting with all


members
29 August 2015
Meeting to discuss
the
concerts
rundown
31 August 2015
Distribution of the
rundown
3
September First Practice
2015
17
September Second Practice
2015
29
September Third Practice
2015
4 October 2015
Fourth Practice

Syahdan s J3A

15 October 2015

Fifth Practice

Syahdan K3A

27 October 2015

Sixth Pracice

Syahdan K3A

1 Noveber 2015

Fitting Clothes

TBA

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18:0021:00
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13:00-END

Syahdan K3A

17:00

November Seventh Practice

Syahdan K1A

18:00
-21:00
18:00 End

By Email

Syahdan K3A

18:0021:00
18:0021:00
13:00-End

Syahdan K3A
Syahdan K3A
Syahdan K3A

2015

19:30

21-22 November Final Practice


2015
24 Noveber 2015 Rehearsal
25
2015
26
2015

November First Show


November Second Show

Binus
Anggrek
Hall
Gedung
Kesenian Jakarta
Gedung
Kesenian Jakarta
Gedung
Kesenian Jakarta

And here the detal on the day


14:30
Opening
Speech
from
14:45
Mr. Chandra
14:45
Opening medley of Binus
15:00
Anthem
and
Binusian
Anthem
15:00
Part 1
16:00
16:0016:30
16:3016:45
16:4517:45
17:45
18:10
18:10
18:15
18:15
18:30

13:00- End
13:00- End
14:3018:15
17:30
21:15

Vice Rector
By all Performer

Perform by 1st generation


until12th
generation
of
paramabira

Break
A word from first and
current paramabira leader
Part 2
By
13th
generation

current paramabira member


A Medley of best selection
By all member
A Thanks and Goodbye From current paramabira
speech
leader
Goodbye medley
By all paramabira members

The 2nd show will have the same detail , he differences is only in
starting time and ending time

Any known strategic alliances (industry training opportunities)


We eill accept some help from our past Trainers and curent Trainer, as
our curent Trainer, Mr.Peppy will contact Paramabira Previous Trainer
and Some of his Fiend From purwacaraka Company to Assist us in
Music and Sound . We also have our Pianist From Binus University ,
named Cathreen.
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Project location
Our project will take place at Gedung kesenian Jakarta s Hall .
Our practice will be held at Binus Syahdan Building and Anggrek
Bulding .
And as our fitting Clothes day we will decided it soon.

Total project cost


All of our Project will cost IDR 176.000.000 , we already get IDR
155.000.000 from our sponsor and IDR 10.000.000 from university , all
left is to ge our money from ticketing money.

Project stakeholders including external partners


Our project didnt have any Stakeholders
But we have some of external partner including our Sponsor
We curently having some sponsor in
1 CD company
- Duta Suara Company
4 Food and Beverage Company
- ABC kebab
- Chat time
- ABCs Mash potato
- Pasta & Go
1 Clothes Company
- Dress &up Company
1 Gadget Company
-Nokia

All of our sponsors name will be printed in our Panner , Ticket , Poster, our
Training T-shirt,and they can open a stand in front of the main gate of the
concert room . In return ,Duta Suara will give us a 100 free CD Printing , All
food and beverage will give us Sponsor money for IDR 25.000.000 each
Company , Dress&up Company will povide our Training Shirt, and Nokia give
us sponsor money for IDR 55.000.000.

4.0

PROJECT BACKGROUND

Many of choir organisation inside and outside university

5.0

RATIONALE FOR INSTITUTE INVOLVEMENT

Explain why the Institute (partner Business/UKM) should give consideration


to the project. What are the advantages and benefits to the partner
Business/UKM expected as a result of the project and how do they link to
their strategic mandate.
Explain what the impact is if the partner
Business/UKM does not do the project.
6.0

IMPACT ASSESSMENT

6.1

Horizontal Impact

Specify how the project adds value to other areas of the partner
Business/UKM including links to targeted priorities of the business/UKM,
institutional needs or other objectives such as diversity, innovation, strong
sense of community, etc.
6.2

Environmental Impact (Optional)

Discuss what, if any, impacts there are on the environment. You must
ensure that the plan meets the following objectives:
Provide a safe and healthy environment for Institute employees,
students and for the communities where we live and operate by
integrating sound environmental practices into our business decisions;
and by establishing quantifiable goals and accountabilities for
environmental performance in accordance with BINUS University
environmental standards.
7.0

STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS

Indentify government or other organizations involved or committed to the


project under consideration. Describe how strategic partnering is able to add
value to the project and how it could capitalize on existing programs and/or
services at partner Business/UKM or of other government or related
organizations.
8.0

RISK ASSESSEMENT PLAN

Identify and mitigate any risks associated with the project (i.e. overruns,
potential cash flow shortages, possible delays, management considerations,
etc.)
Examples of common project risks could include:
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9.0

Time and cost estimates too optimistic


Unexpected budget cuts
Unclear roles and responsibilities
Lack of resource commitment
PROJECT FUNDING AND CASH FLOW ANALYSIS

Provide the following information with respect to the project funding and
cash flow:
Identify how much is required to fund the project (from all sources)
Provide a detailed budget and timeline of cash flows relative to achieving
the stated project objectives (see table A &B).
.

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Table A
PROPOSED PROJECT COST SUMMARY
Proposed Project Cost Summary
Capital and Equipment

Rp

Associated Human Resource costs.


Existing Facilities and Associated Services

Rp
Rp

Other Project Operating Costs

Rp

Total

Rp

Proposed Funding Sources


UKM Contribution
Cash (funding sources may include operating funds,
etc.)
Noncash (these costs include space, staffing, etc.
that the Institute does not incur as a direct cost
output but is an input for consideration)
Funding Business Partner/s
(external agencies that have indicated a commitment to
the project)

Rp

Rp

Government Agencies (if applicable)

Rp

Fundraising Component (if applicable)

Rp

Debt (borrowing) Component (if applicable)

Rp

Total Funding Requirement

Rp

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Table B
CASH FLOW FINANCIAL PROJECTION
The purpose of the Cash Flow Financial Projection is to provide estimates of
the incremental impact that the project activities will have on partner
Business/UKM.
Sample Project
Expenses
(as Year 1
applicable)
Total Salary Expense 55,000,0

00
6,000,00
0
1,600,00
0
950,000

Supplies
Equipment
Maintenance
Staff PD/Travel
Marketing
Total Expenses

1,000,00
0
64,550,0
00

Revenue
Estimated revenue 13,000,0
from
all
sources 00
including
grants,
contracts, services,
R&D,
industry
training, etc.

Expenses
Revenue
Total
Costs

Less 51,550,
000

Startup

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

64,000,0
00
8,000,00
0
2,000,00
0
1,000,00
0
1,200,00
0
76,200,0
00

80,000,0
00
9,300,00
0
2,300,00
0
1,200,00
0
1,400,00
0
94,200,0
00

100,000,
000
12,000,0
00
3,000,00
0
1,400,00
0
1,600,00
0
119,180,
000

110,000,00
0
13,000,000

19,000,0
00

30,000,0
00

48,000,0
00

65,000,000

57,200,
000

64,200,
000

71,180,0
00

66,300,00
0

3,400,000
1,800,000
1,800,000
131,300,00
0

Rp310,430
,000

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