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“NUTRIJAR: A HEALTHY DESSERT IN A JAR”

A Project Feasibility Study

Presented to

The Faculty of Accountancy

LAGUNA COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND ARTS

Calamba City

In Partial Fulfillment

of the Requirements for the Degree of

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ACCOUNTANCY

By:

NAYRA FRANCHESCA M. DIZON

CHARIE LYN O. LOPEZ

DECEMBER 2017
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APPROVAL SHEET

This project feasibility study entitled “NutriJar: A Healthy Dessert in a Jar”


prepared and submitted by Nayra Franchesca M. Dizon and Charie Lyn O. Lopez
in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Science in
Accountancy has been examined and recommended for acceptance and approval
for Oral Defense.

__________________________________
ROGELIO G. PANELO JR. , CPA
Adviser

LANGUAGE EDITOR

Edited and re-examined for final printing and submission to the Office of the Dean.

___________________________________
CRISTINA G. ATIENZA
Language Editor
___________________________________________________________________
PANEL OF EXAMINERS

Defended in an oral examination before a duly constituted panel with the grade of_.

______________________________
JEROME S. GELACIO, CPA, MBA
Chairman

_____________________________ ______________________________
JOEFREY T. ROBOSA RAMIR R. LARINO, DPA
Member Member
___________________________________________________________________
Accepted and approved in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of
Bachelor of Science in Accountancy.

_______________________________
JEROME S. GELACIO, CPA, MBA
Dean, School of Accountancy
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

In completion of this study, we would like to extend our sincerest

gratitude to those person/s who helped and assisted us to finish this study.

This feasibility study has been made possible by the guidance,

supervision, cooperation and participation of the following:

To our LORD ALMIGHTY, our greatest teacher, for he serve as the

light that guides and made us to right decisions, for answering all over

prayers and for showering us his blessings for the unfailing assistance and for

the spirit that bonded us to work all together.

To DEAN JEROME S. GELACIO, for giving us time, patience,

guidance and critics on checking this study and for giving such an inspiration

and encouragement to all student of Accountancy.

To MR. JONATHAN R. DELOS REYES, our adviser, for his

outstanding suggestions and guidance, and for sharing his knowledge in a

witty manner that helped us be at ease in making the study.

To MR. ELIAS RAFAEL L. DECENA, our language editor, for his

tolerance in reading and editing our manuscript, and providing suggestion for

better vocabulary.
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To MR. MARIO ANDREW USTARIS and ENGR. BRENDA LEE

TALENS, our panelist, for their kind consideration and patience for checking

and giving constructive comments.

To MR. JESER P. JAVIER, our first adviser, for giving us advices and

ideas for this study. We truly appreciate his time and effort for helping us in

this study during the first semester.

To our beloved FRIENDS, who shared experience and some ideas and

tips for the oral defense and also for sharing the sleepless nights just to

accomplish each chapter of this study.

To our beloved FAMILIES, who guided and gave us words of wisdom

to inspire us in doing this project feasibility study and for the financial

assistance.

We express our deepest gratitude to the person/s mention above who

have brought the success of doing this project feasibility study for without

each and every one of them this wouldn’t be possible.

The Proponents,

Nayra Franchesca M. Dizon


Charie Lyn O. Lopez
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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TITLE PAGE i

APPROVAL SHEET ii
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT iii

TABLE OF CONTENTS v
LIST OF TABLES viii

LIST OF SCHEDULES xi
LIST OF FIGURES xiii

LIST OF EXHIBITS xiv


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY xv

CHAPTER 1 – PROJECT BACKGROUND AND HISTORY 1


CHAPTER 2 – MARKET ASPECT 5

A. Marketing Objectives 6

B. Service Description 6

C. Logo 8

D. Target Market and Location 8

E. Survey Results and Analysis of Data Gathered 9

F. Demand Analysis 10

G. Supply Analysis 16

H. Demand and Supply Analysis 25

I. Market Share 27

J. Price Study 28

K. Factors Affecting the Market 29


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L. Marketing Program 33

CHAPTER 3 – TECHNICAL ASPECT 37

A. Service Description 37

B. Service Process 40

C. Plant Size and Service Schedule 42

D. Equipment 43

E. Furniture and Fixtures 47

F. Building and Facilities 49

G. Leasehold Improvements 50

H. Supplies 51

I. Utilities 58

J. Labor Requirements 59

K. Business Location 60

L. Building Layout 60

M. Waste Disposal 62

N. Safety and Sanitation 63

CHAPTER 4 – FINANCIAL ASPECT 65


Sources of Financing and Project Cost 66

Projected Income Statement 67


Partners’ Equity 67

Projected Statement of Financial Position 68


Projected Statement of Cash Flow 69

Financial Analysis 69
Major Assumption 74
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CHAPTER 5 – MANAGEMENT ASPECT 92

A. Mission and Vision 93

B. Goals and Objectives 93

C. Basic Consideration 94

D. Form of Ownership 95

E. Organizational Chart 96

F. Officers and Key Personnel 97

G. Compensation 103

H. Project Schedule 106

I. Gantt Chart 109

CHAPTER 6 – SOCIO-ECONOMIC ASPECT 110


Employment and Income Generation 110

Taxes 110
Environment 111

Generalization 111
CHAPTER 7 – SUMMARY OF FINDINGS, CONCLUSIONS

AND RECOMMENDATIONS 112

BIBLIOGRAPHY
APPENDICES

EXHIBITS
FORMS, PERMITS, AND LICENSES

CURRICULUM VITAE
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LIST OF TABLES

TABLE NO. TITLE PAGE


1 Total Individual Population with Age 7
Bracket of 18-70
2 Historical Demand 11
2.1 Arithmetic Straight Line Method 11
2.2 Projected Demand 12
2.3 Arithmetic Geometric Curve 12
2.4 Projected Demand 13
2.5 Statistical Straight Line Method 13
2.6 Projected Demand 14
2.7 Statistical Parabolic Method 14
2.8 Projected Demand 15
3 Summary of Standard Deviation: Historical Demand 16
4 Historical Supply of Salon & Spa 19
4.1 Arithmetic Straight Line Method 20
4.2 Projected Values 21
4.3 Arithmetic Geometric Curve 21
4.4 Projected Values 22
4.5 Statistical Straight Line Method 22
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4.6 Projected Values 23


4.7 Statistical Parabolic Method 23
TABLE NO. TITLE PAGE
4.8 Projected Values 24
5 Summary of Standard Deviation: Historical Supply 25
6 Computation of Unsatisfied Demand 26
7 Computation of Market Share 27
8 Price Study 29
9 Operation Schedule 43
10.1 Office Equipment 43
10.2 Office Equipment 44
11.1 Salon Tools and Equipment – Pet Owner 44
11.2 Salon Tools and Equipment – Pet Owner 44
12.1 Grooming Tools and Equipment – Cats and Dogs 45
12.2 Grooming Tools and Equipment – Cats and Dogs 45
13.1 Massage Tools and Equipment 45
13.2 Massage Tools and Equipment 45
14.1 Facial and Waxing Tools and Equipment 46
14.2 Facial and Waxing Tools and Equipment 46
15.1 Office Furniture and Fixtures 47
15.2 Office Furniture and Fixtures 47
16.1 Salon Furniture and Fixtures 47
16.2 Salon Furniture and Fixtures 47
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17.1 Grooming Area and Pet Daycare 48


Furniture and Fixtures
TABLE NO. TITLE PAGE
17.2 Grooming Area and Pet Daycare 48
Furniture and Fixtures
18.1 Massage Room Furniture and Fixtures 48
18.2 Massage Room Furniture and Fixtures 49
19.1 Facial and Waxing Room 49
Furniture and Fixtures
19.2 Facial and Waxing Room 49
Furniture and Fixtures
20 Leasehold Improvements 50
21 Office Supplies 51
22 Cleaning Supplies 51
23.1 Salon Supplies – Pet Owner 52
23.2 Salon Supplies – Pet Owner 53
24.1 Grooming Supplies – Cats and Dogs 54
24.2 Grooming Supplies – Cats and Dogs 55
25.1 Massage Supplies 56
25.2 Massage Supplies 56
26.1 Facial and Waxing Supplies 56
26.2 Facial and Waxing Supplies 57
27 Utilities 58
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28 Labor Requirement 59
29 Schedule of Rest Days 60
LIST OF SCHEDULES

SCHEDULE NO. TITLE PAGE


1 Project Cost
66
2 Projected Income Statement
67
3 Partners’ Equity
67
3.1 Aydalla’s Equity 68
3.2 Dela Rosa’s Equity 68
4 Projected Statement of Financial
68
Position
5 Projected Statement of Cash Flow
69
6 Gross Receipts
75
6.1 Projected Annual Service based 76
on Market Share
7 Cost of Service
77
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8 General and Administrative Expenses


78
9 Salaries and Wages
79
10 Employee Benefits
79
11 Depreciation
83
12 Repairs and Maintenance
83
13 Pre-operating Expense
84
14 Utilities Expense
84
15 Municipal Taxes and Licenses
85
SCHEDULE NO. TITLE PAGE
16 Prepaid Expenses
86
17 Allocation of Used Supplies
87
18 Property, Plant and Equipment
88
19 SSS, PhilHealth, Pag-IBIG and
89
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Withholding Taxes Payable


20 VAT Payable
91
21 Trade and Other Payables
91

LIST OF FIGURES

FIGURE NO. DESCRIPTION PAGE


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1 Service Process of Purrfect Paws


40
and Fab Owners’ Salon & Spa
2 Purrfect Paws and Fab Owners’
97
Salon & Spa Organizational Chart
3 Gantt Chart
109

LIST OF EXHIBITS
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EXHIBIT NO. DESCRIPTION


1 Office Equipment
2 Salon Tools and Equipment – Pet Owner
3 Grooming Tools and Equipment – Cats and Dogs
4 Massage Tools and Equipment
5 Facial and Waxing Tools and Equipment
6 Office Furniture and Fixtures
7 Salon Furniture and Fixtures
8 Grooming Area and Pet Daycare Furniture and
Fixtures
9 Massage Furniture and Fixtures
10 Facial and Waxing Furniture and Fixtures
11 Office Supplies
12 Cleaning Supplies
13 Salon Supplies – Pet Owner
14 Grooming Supplies – Cats and Dogs
15 Massage Supplies
16 Facial and Waxing Supplies
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Title of the Study: NutriJar: A Healthy Dessert in a Jar

Name of Proponents: Dizon, Nayra Franchesca M.

Lopez, Charie Lyn O.

Name of Enterprise: CLNF Manufacturing

Business Location: Brgy. Parian Calamba City, Laguna

Descriptive Definition of the Product

The proposed product will be named NutriJar: A Healthy Dessert in a

Jar. It is an innovation of no bake cakes put in a jar. The main ingredients of

our products are avocado, jackfruit and pineapple which are rich in proteins,

and many other vitamins.

A. MARKET ASPECT

Market aspect is the lifeblood of every business. While profitability is

generally the focal point of the business, the question of demand is the most

basic issue. It discusses about competitive condition, target market, demand

and supply analysis, product, pricing strategy, promotion, packaging and


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marketing strategy. This area talks about structured questionnaires floated to

the respondents and the result determines the demand and supply. This is for

the proponents to know whether their product will penetrate the target market.

The target market of this study will be households of Calamba and

Cabuyao, Laguna. The product is named “Nutrijar” by The CLNF

Manufacturing Company. In line with this, the proponents have agreed with

the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility to contribute efforts to protect

the Mother Earth.

B. TECHNICAL ASPECT

The Technical aspect is the discussion of the basic and operation

flow of the project. This includes the list of equipment, materials, utilities,

facilities, layout designs, location and also the source of the supplies used

in the proposed project. Purrfect Paws and Fab Owners’ Salon & Spa

will rent a space where the business will operate and it will be located at

Pansol, Calamba City, Laguna.

C. FINANCIAL ASPECT

This study shows the capitalization, sources of funds, total sales,

total expenses, income statement, balance sheet, cash flow statement,


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financial analysis. In this area, it discusses if the business is profitable or

not.

Purrfect Paws and Fab Owners’ Salon & Spa will need a

capitalization of Php 1,711,141.52 which will be financed by the two

partners. Each partner will contribute Php 855,570.76. The proposed

enterprise will recover its capital at approximately 3 years.

D. MANAGEMENT ASPECT

Purrfect Paws and Fab Owners’ Salon & Spa will be formed

under partnership. The proposed business requires a General Manager,

Bookkeeper, Salon Receptionist/Cashier, Aesthetician, Massage

Therapist, Pet Groomer/Bather, Nail Technician, and Salon Stylist.

E. SOCIO-ECONOMIC ASPECT

This aspect shows that Purrfect Paws and Fab Owners’ Salon &

Spa do not only focus on gaining profit but also the possible effects and

benefits that it may contribute to the individuals, government, and society.

It can help individuals and their families to sustain their needs by

generating employment that will provide income to them. It will help the

government by paying taxes that will be used for public works construction

and for the welfare of the people.


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BIBLIOGRAPHY
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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Ballada, CPA, W. L. (2015) Partnership and Corporation 2015 edition.

DomeDane Publishers. Sampaloc, 1015 Manila.

Decena, B. C. & Legaspi, D. (October 2015) D’ Linguist Center.

Published Theses, Laguna College of Business and Arts. Calamba City,

Laguna.

De Chavez, S. C. & Javier, E. (December 2016) Resto-Rhthym.

Published Theses, Laguna College of Business and Arts. Calamba City

Laguna.
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www.beautyresource.org

www.curioushistory.com

www.petgroomer.com

www.thedogspaphilippines.com
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APPENDICES

APPENDIX 1
PFS ADVISER'S APPOINTMENT FORM

August 16, 2017

MR. JONATHAN R. DELOS REYES, CPA


Professor, Accountancy Dept.
Laguna College of Business and Arts

Dear Sir:

The undersigned group is presently enrolled in Project Feasibility


Study, which requires to make a research output as partial fulfillment for the
degree of Bachelor of Science in Accountancy.
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In view of this, we would like you to serve as our adviser in our


Feasibility Study this 1st Semester S. Y. 2017 – 2018.
Please affix your signature under CONFORME certifying your
acceptance of this appointment as our adviser.
Thank you.

Very truly yours,

AYDALLA, ANN NICOLE B.

DELA ROSA, CRISTELLE D.

Approved:

JEROME S. GELACIO, CPA, MBA


Dean, School of Accountancy

Conforme:
_____________________
Date: ________________
APPENDIX 2
PFS LANGUAGE EDITOR'S APPOINTMENT FORM

August 16, 2017

MR. ELIAS RAFAEL L. DECENA, MAComm


Professor
Laguna College of Business and Arts

Dear Sir:

The undersigned group is presently enrolled in Project Feasibility


Study which requires to make a research output as partial fulfillment for the
degree of Bachelor of Science in Accountancy.
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In view of this, we would like you to serve as our language editor in our
Feasibility Study this 1st Semester S. Y. 2017 – 2018.
Please affix your signature under CONFORME certifying your
acceptance of this appointment as our language editor.
Thank you.

Very truly yours,

AYDALLA, ANN NICOLE B.

DELA ROSA, CRISTELLE D.

Approved:

JEROME S. GELACIO, CPA, MBA


Dean, School of Accountancy

Conforme:
_____________________
Date: ________________
APPENDIX 3

LETTER FOR INTERVIEW OR GATHERING OF DATA


FOR DEMAND

March 3, 2017

THE ADMINISTRATOR
Municipal of Calamba,
Calamba City, Laguna

Dear Sir/Madam:

We are third year students of Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BSA) from


Laguna College of Business and Arts, Calamba City. We Are currently writing our
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project feasibility study entitled: “Purrfect Paws and Fab Owners’ Salon & Spa” as
partial requirement of the course. A significant part of this activity is gathering of
data/information to be utilized in the analysis of our project study.

In this regard, we wish to request your kind permission to allow us to conduct a


survey/interview regarding our study relative to your line of discipline. Any
information obtained from your office will be regarded as highly confidential and will
not be, by any means be used for other purposes as stated above.

Your kind consideration regarding this matter will be highly appreciated.

Thank you very much and God bless!

Respectfully yours,

Aydalla, Ann Nicole B.


Proponent

Dela Rosa, Cristelle D.


Proponent

Noted By:

Jonathan R. Delos Reyes, CPA


PFS Adviser
APPENDIX 4

SURVEY FOR DEMAND

As part of our project feasibility study at the Laguna College of


Business and Arts, we are conducting a survey that studies the salon and spa
for pet owners and their pets specifically cats and dogs. The information
collected will be kept confidential and will be just used for academic purposes.

Respondent’s Details:
Name (optional):____________ Address: ______________
Gender: ____________ Age: _________
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Direction: Answer the following questions by putting a check mark on the


blank before the choices.

Part I:

1. How often do you visit salons or spas?


___Occasionally ___Weekly
___Every 2 months ___Monthly
___Every 3 months

2. If you go to salon and spa, what services do you prefer? (Rank 1-5, no.
1 as the highest)
___Haircut ___Body scrub
___Makeup ___Waxing
___Hair color ___Manicure/Pedicure
___Hair Treatments ___Foot spa
___Body massage ___Facial

3. What is your monthly income?


___less than Php5,000 ___Php30,000- Php40,000
___Php5,000- Php10,000 ___Php40,000- Php50,000
___Php10,000- Php20,000 ___Php50,000 and above
___Php20,000- Php30,000
4. How much are you willing to spend to get yourself salon and spa
treatments?
___Php100- Php500 ___Php1000-Php1500
___Php500- Php1000 ___Php1500 and above

Part II:

5. Do you have a pet? (If your answer is no, proceed to the last question.)
___Yes ___No

6. What kind of pet/s do you have?


___Dog/s
___Cat/s Others, please specify___________
___Both
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7. How often do you take your pet/s to the grooming salon?


___Once a month ___3 times a year
___1 times a year ___More than 3 times a year
___2 times a year ___I don’t get my pet groomed

8. At what period/s during the year do you groom your dog?


___January- February ___July-August
___March- April ___September-October
___May-June ___November-December

9. How much are you willing to spend to get your pet salon and spa
treatments?
___Php100- Php500 ___Php1000-Php1500
___Php500- Php1000 ___Php1500 and above

10. What kind of salon and spa treatments do you want to try for your
pet/s? (Select as many as your pet need)
___Bath and brush ___Massage
___Bath, brush, and light trim ___Hair dye
___Bath, brush, and full haircut ___Ear cleaning
___Toothbrush ___Nail trimming and painted nails

11. What complementary service/s and/or products would you be


interested in?
___Pet Daycare
___Accessories
___I do not wish to receive any additional service

12. Are you willing to try a salon and spa for both owners and pet cats and
dogs?
___Yes ___No
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Thank you for taking the time to answer this survey!

Appendix 5

SURVEY FOR SUPPLY

Please take a few minutes to answer our survey questionnaire for our project
feasibility study at the Laguna College of Business and Arts. The
questionnaire must be filled in by anyone who works at or owns a salon &
spa/pet salon. Rest assured, the information is for our research purposes only
and your data will not be passed to any third parties. The results from this
survey will also not be used to inform third parties and will not be sold to third
parties.

Salon & Spa/Pet Salon


1. Do you own or lease your building?

___Own
___Lease
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Monthly payments________________

2. Number of square feet of building___________________

3. What type of setting is your building in?

___Free Standing Building


___Enclosed Mall

4. How many rooms do you have in your salon & spa/pet salon?
_______________

5. Do you lease or own your equipment?

___Own
___Lease
Monthly payments________________

6. What services do you provide at the business?

FOR SALON & SPA:


___Haircut ___Body Massage others, please specify:
___Manicure/Pedicure ___Body Scrub _______________
___Hair treatments ___Facial _______________
___Hair dyeing ___Waxing _______________
___Makeup ___Foot Spa _______________
FOR PET SALON:
___Bath and Brush others, please specify:
___Bath, brush, and light trim _____________________
___Bath, brush, and full haircut _____________________
___Toothbrush _____________________
___Massage _____________________
___Hair dye
___Nail trimming
___Ear cleaning

7. What are your business hours?

Monday _________ Friday __________


Tuesday _________ Saturday __________
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Wednesday_________ Sunday __________


Thursday_________

Staff

1. How many employees do you currently have?

FOR SALON & SPA:


Hair Stylists __________
Assistant’s __________
Nail Technicians __________
Spa Technicians __________
Massage Therapist __________
Receptionist __________
Salon Manager __________
Part-time Staff __________
Accountant __________

FOR PET SALON:


Pet Groomer __________
Receptionist __________
Manager __________
Part-time Staff __________
Accountant __________

2. Do you have Dress Code/Uniform? ___Yes ___No

3. How do you recruit new employees?

________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________

Business

1. Form/type of business
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___Sole Proprietor ___Partnership ___Corporation

2. List your pricing structure

________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________

3. Total of clients served annually

2012 ____________________
2013 ____________________
2014 ____________________
2015 ____________________
2016 ____________________

APPENDIX 6
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ARTICLES OF PARTNERSHIP

of

Purrfect Paws and Fab Owners’ Salon & Spa

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:

That we, the undersigned all Filipinos, of legal ages, and residents and citizen
of The Republic Philippines, have on this day, covenanted to establish a
partnership, in accordance with the laws of the Republic of the Philippines;

AND WE HEREBY CERTIFY:

1. That the names and addresses of the respective partners are as follows:

Name Address

ANN NICOLE B. AYDALLA BRGY. MAYAPA, CALAMBA CITY,


LAGUNA

CRISTELLE D. DELA ROSA BRGY. CAMALIGAN, CALAMBA


CITY, LAGUNA

2. That the name of this partnership shall be Purrfect Paws and Fab Owners’
Salon & Spa and it shall exist for 10 years from the execution of this
instrument, unless the partners mutually agree in writing to a shorter period.
Should the partnership be terminated by unanimous vote, the assets and
cash of the partnership shall be used to pay all creditors, with the remaining
amounts to be distributed to the partners according to their proportionate
share.

3. That the capital of this partnership shall be Php 1,711,141.52 Philippine


Currency, broken down, in contributions, as follows:

Name of Partner Contribution


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855,570.76
ANN NICOLE B. AYDALLA

CRISTELLE D. DELA ROSA 855,570.76

The partnership shall maintain a capital account record for each partner;
should any partner's capital account fall below the agreed to amount, then
that partner shall (1) have his share of partnership profits then due and
payable applied instead to his capital account; and (2) pay any deficiency to
the partnership if his share of partnership profits is not yet due and payable
or, if it is, his share is insufficient to cancel the deficiency.

4. That the purpose(s) for which this partnership is established (is/are) as


follows: __________________________;

5. The partners shall provide their full-time services and best efforts on behalf
of the partnership. No partner shall receive a salary for services rendered to
the partnership. Each partner shall have equal rights to manage and control
the partnership and its business. Should there be differences between the
partners concerning ordinary business matters, a decision shall be made by
unanimous vote. It is understood that the partners may elect one of the
partners to conduct the day-to-day business of the partnership; however, no
partner shall be able to bind the partnership by act or contract to any liability
exceeding Pesos: __________________________ (P_____________),
Philippine Currency, without the prior written consent of each partner.

6. That the profits and losses shall be divided among the partners pro rata, in
proportion to their respective contributions.

7. In the event a partner withdraws or retires from the partnership for any
reason, including death, the remaining partners may continue to operate the
partnership using the same name. A withdrawing partner shall be obligated to
give _____________ (______) days' prior written notice of (his/her) intention
to withdraw or retire and shall be obligated to sell (his/her) interest in the
partnership.

8. No partner shall transfer interest in the partnership to any other party


without the written consent of the remaining partner(s). The remaining
partner(s) shall pay the withdrawing or retiring partner, or to the legal
representative of the deceased or disabled partner, the value of his interest in
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the partnership, or (a) the sum of his capital account, (b) any unpaid loans
due him, (c) his proportionate share of accrued net profits remaining
undistributed in his capital account, and (d) his interest in any prior agreed
appreciation in the value of the partnership property over its book value. No
value for good will shall be included in determining the value of the partner's
interest.

9. A partner who retires or withdraws from the partnership shall not directly or
indirectly engage in a business which is or which would be competitive with
the existing or then anticipated business of the partnership for a period of
_____________ (____) years within the City/Province of _____________
where the partnership is currently doing or planning to do business.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto set our hands this


_____________ at _____________, Philippines

ANN NICOLE B. AYDALLA

_________________________

CRISTELLE D. DELA ROSA

_________________________

SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF:

__________________________

__________________________

Notarial Acknowledgement
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APPENDIX 7

LEASE OF CONTRACT

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:

This Contract of Lease is entered into at Calamba City, Philipines, this

……………day of………………….200…, by and between:

_______________, Filipino Citizen, of legal age, with postal address at

________________________________________, hereinafter referred to as

the LESSOR.

-And-

MR./MRS…………………………………………………………………with

address at ……………………………………………………………………..,

herein after referred to as the TENANT,

WITNESS THAT
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WHEREAS, the LESSOR is the registered, legal, absolute owner of

the ……………………………………………… of the residential land,

Registered of Deeds of ………………………………….

WHEREAS, the LESSEE desires to lease the above-mentioned

LEASED PREMISES, and the LESSOR is willing to lease the same unto the

LESSEE subject to the terms and conditions hereinafter specified.

NOW, THEREFORE, for and in consideration of the foregoing and the

mutual covenants hereinafter set forth, the LESSOR has let and leased, and

by these presents does hereby lease unto the LESSEE the aforesaid

LEASED PREMISES known as __________________________________ ,

and the LESSEE hereby accepts the same by way of lease, subject to the

following terms and conditions:

1. PERIOD OF LEASE: The lease shall be for a period of

…………………….from ……………………., 20….. to…………….,

20……, renewal thereafter upon mutual agreement. The LESSEE must

signify its intention to renew or not renew by written notice thereafter to

the LESSOR at least THIRTHY (30) days prior to the expiration of this

Contract of Lease.
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2. AMOUNT OF RENT: The parties hereby agree that the monthly rental

of the Leased Premises shall be PESOS:

--------------------------------------ONLY (P --------------)

3. MANNER OF PAYMENT: The LESSEE shall pay to the LESSOR in the

following manner. Prior to the signing of this Contract of Lease, the

LESSEE shall pay to the LESSOR the amount of PESOS:

------------------------------------ONLY (P---------------------)

representing the (1) one month security deposit.

The LESSEE shall pay to the LESSOR the amount PESOS:

------------------------------------------------ (P --------------------------)

representing (2) two months advance rental.

4. RENEWAL OF LEASE: The LESSEE is given the option to renew the

lease for another year, provided that the LESSEE shall advise the

LESSOR in writing no later than thirty (30) days prior to the expiration

of this lease; provided further that this option is not available if the

LESSEE has decided to utilize the unit for his personal and family

residence and this decision has been advised in writing to the LESSEE

sixty (60) days prior to the expiration of this lease.


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5. WATER, ELECTRIC CURRENT, ETC.: All expenses for water,

telephone, electricity, cable TV are for the account of the LESSEE as

tenant during the term of the lease.

6. PURPOSE: The premises subject matter of this Contract shall be used

for commercial purposed only and no other purpose. LESSEE shall

comply with the municipal ordinances and laws if the national

government regarding use of the commercial properties.

7. IMPROVEMENT: The LESSEE shall not make any changes; bore

holes in the walls, alterations of or improvements in the Leased

Premises without the written consent of the LESSOR. However, any

alterations or improvements made of introduced to the Leased

Premises by the LESSEE, with the consent of the LESSOR are without

obligation of the latter to pay or refund its value or cost to the LESSEE.

8. SANITATIONS AND REPAIRS: The LESSEE shall keep the Leased

Premises clean and in sanitary condition. To keep the said Premises,

the fixtures, appliances and equipment thereto belonging in good

tenable condition. It is agreed that any loss in the value of fixtures,

fittings furnishings appliances, equipment and/or walls due to damage,

breakage, cigarette burns, writing on the walls or similar causes shall

be for the account of the Tenant who agrees to reimburse the Landlord
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for the repair or replacement of any of these items so damaged,

broken, burnt, written upon or otherwise harmed.

9. TAXES AND INSURANCE: Real Estate taxes and government

assessments shall be for the LESSOR’s account. Either party to the

Contract may at its respective insurance on the Leased Premises, the

proceeds of which shall be payable to the party obtaining such

insurance policy.

10. SUBLEASE PROHIBITION: The LESSEE shall not assign or

sublease the premises hereby leased or any part thereof without the

written consent of the LESSOR and any breach of the

contract/condition shall be ground for termination of this contract at the

option of the LESSOR, without any obligation to refund the rental

payments.

11. FIRE HAZARD AND OBNOXIOUS SUBSTANCES: The LESSEE

shall not keep/ deposit or store in the premises any obnoxious

substance or inflammable materials or substances that might constitute

a fire hazard.

12. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY: The LESSEE, during its occupancy of the

Leased Premises, shall hold the LESSOR free and without fault for any

damages, liability or responsibility to any person or property arising out


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of or as consequence of the use of the Leased Premises. When

fortuitous events or acts of God such as typhoon, earthquakes, flood,

etc. cause such damage or liability, the LESSEE shall not be liable to

the LESSOR.

13. PREFERENCE TO BUY LEASED PREMISES: In case the LESSOR

decide to sell the Leased Premises, the LESSEE has the first option to

buy it and decide within fifteen (15) days, and upon failure to do so, the

LESSOR is free to negotiate for the sale of the Leased Premises with

other parties.

14. RETURN OF PREMISES: Upon termination of this contract for any

reason whatsoever, the LESSEE shall immediately vacate the

premises and return possession thereof to the LESSOR upon the

latter’s request.

On the termination of this Tenancy and to satisfaction of the Landlord,

the Tenant shall:

a) Have any item listed on the inventory which has been damaged,

repaired to the satisfactory repair or replaced if required.

b) Repair or replace any walls, windows and/or woodwork, which might

have been damaged due to installation of items by the Tenant other

than in a space provided for this on the Premises.


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15. PRE-TERMINATION: Should the occupant during the term of this

lease be required to leave the Philippines due to circumstances beyond his

control, THE LESSEE shall have the option to:

a) Assign any other staff, officer or any person related to him, by

giving thirty (30) days prior written notice to the LESSOR, or

b) Terminate this Lease of contract by giving written notice to the

LESSOR, at least thirty (30) days before the termination date of its

intention to vacate the LESEAD PREMISES and forfeiting by way of

liquidated damages the amount equivalent to two (2) months’ rent. All

unused rental after forfeiting two (2) months rental as penalty shall be

returned by the LESSOR to the LESSEE within thirty (30) days from

termination date. The security deposit shall be refunded by the

LESSOR [less damages, outstanding electric, water, cable TV, or any

other bill] to the LESSEE as provided on section hereof.

16. DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY: The LESSOR may sell, mortgage or

encumber the Leased Premises provided the Vendee or Mortgagor Creditor

agrees in writing to respect all the terms and conditions of the lease.
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17. In the case of court litigation by virtue of non-payment of the

agreed rents or any breach or violation of this contract on the part of the

LESSEE, the LESSOR shall be entitled to collect reasonable attorney’s

fees, exclusive of cists legally from the LESSEE.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto set our hands this ___th

day of _____________________, 2018, in __________________Philippines.

By:

_____________________ ______________________
LESSEE LESSOR

SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF:

______________________ _____________________
Witness Witness
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APPENDIX 8

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS

1. Municipal Tax Fee


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2. Mayor’s Permit Fee

3. Sanitary Inspection Fee


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4. PhilHealth Table
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5. SSS Contribution Schedule


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EXHIBITS
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OFFICE EQUIPMENT

Aircon CCTV Camera Package

Laptop Printer

Time Card Machine


Fire Extinguisher Water Dispenser
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SALON TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT – PET OWNER

Aircon Cart Trolley

Cash Register Curling Iron

Foot Spa Basin


Foot Spa Chair Fire Extinguisher
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Hair Blower Hairdresser Scissor Set

Hair Steamer Hair Straightener

Razor

Hydraulic Chair Foot Spa Chair


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GROOMING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT – CATS AND DOGS

Blower Razor

Fire Extinguisher Curved Scissor

Straight Scissor Thinning Scissor


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MASSAGE TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT

Aircon Fire Extinguisher

Massage Stones Set Towel Warmer

Washing Machine
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FACIAL AND WAXING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT

Aircon Fire Extinguisher

Facial Massager
Depilatory Wax
Cartridge Heater Facial Steamer

Wax Warmer

Tweezers Set Stork Sccissor


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OFFICE FURNITURE AND FIXTURES

Filing Cabinet Visitor’s Chair

Reception Counter Office Table

Wall Clock

Swivel Chair Office Stool


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SALON FURNITURE AND FIXTURES

Styling Chair Mirror

TV Lounge Chair
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GROOMING AREA AND PET DAYCARE FURNITURE AND FIXTURES

Cage - Large Cage - Small

Cat Scratch Pole Cat Furniture

Cat Beddings
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Dog Beddings Dog Toys

Exhaust Fan Grooming Table

Portable Playpen
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MASSAGE FURNITURE AND FIXTURES

Massage Bed/Table Pillows

FACIAL AND WAXING FURNITURE AND FIXTURES

Facial Bed/Table Pillows


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CLEANING SUPPLIES

Air Freshener Broom

Detergent Powder Disinfectant

Door Mat

Dust Pan Floor Mop


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Glass Cleaner Garbage Bags

Rubber Gloves Toilet Brush

Toilet Cleaner Trash Bin


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SALON SUPPLIES – PET OWNER

Anti-Dandruff Shampoo Apron

Bleaching Powder Cape

Conditioner Cotton
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Cuticle Nipper Cutter Frosting Cap

Gel Hair Brush

Hair Clip Set Hair Coloring Brush


with Bowl
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Hair Coloring Cream Hair Comb Set

Hand Soap Hot Oil

Keratin Hot Oil Keratin Shampoo


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Makeup Brush Set Makeup Set

Measuring Bottle Nail Cutter

Nail File Nail Polish Remover


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Nail Polish Set Snap On Blade

Rollers Set Tissue

Shampoo

Oxidizing Lotion Cuticle Remover


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GROOMING SUPPLIES – CATS AND DOGS

Cat Flea Shampoo Cat Shampoo

Cat/Dog Conditioner Cat Cologne

Absorbent Towel Bathing Brush


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Cat/Dog Toothbrush Cotton Balls

Cotton Tips Disposable Groomer Mask

Dog Cologne Dog Flea Shampoo


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Dog Shampoo Ear Cleaner

Eye Drops Groomer Apron

Flea Comb Grooming Comb


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Grooming Loops/Leash Multi-Purpose Cleaner

Muzzle Nail Clipper

Nail Grinder Pet Slicker Brush


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Powder Rubbing Alcohol

Snap On Blade Soap for Cats and Dogs

Toothpaste
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MASSAGE SUPPLIES

Bathrobe Candles

Flannel Blanket Sheet Hand Sanitizer

Chamomile Oil Lavender Oil


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Massage Cream Pain Relieving Lotion

Salt Scrub Sugar Scrub

Towles
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FACIAL AND WAXING SUPPLIES

Anti-Aging Facial Cream Anti-Wrinkle Cream

Bathrobe Cotton Balls

Eye Mask

Facial Scrub Hair Net


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Paper Towels Spatula

Talc Powder Towels

Wax Wax Strips


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FORMS,
PERMITS, AND
LICENSES
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CURRICULUM
VITAE

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