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I.

INTRODUCTION

The world nowadays is in great turmoil, financial crisis seems to plunge each
and everyone. Aching global oil crisis, threatening nuclear crisis, and sinking
financial economies are such of the few that warned us that we have to save and
we have to be practical.

Thus, in order to answer the needs of the time, we carved this idea of having
a fish farm business project to alleviate or even just soothe the crisis faced by most
of the consumers right now. We plan to raise this project, not just of aiming to have
bountiful gains but also to aid the masses of consumers by offering quality product
guaranteed with pocket-friendly price.

II. NATURE OF BUSINESS

We’ll name our business as Dive Fish Farm Company, an ideal business
venture, to be located at Dongon, Maasin City. It will engage in fish farming and
selling commercial fish such as Bangus. It will target to sell to the well known
restaurants, sardine manufacturers and mainly to the ordinary consumers. We, the
partners, we’ll have to converge our resources and intellect to run this proposed
business. As agent of the business success, each one of us shall endeavor to make
this venture to be lucrative.

The production phase is expected to create minimal cost because there are
lot of traditional yet effective process of raising fishes that can be combined with
scientific technology which will surely provide productive harvests at low cost. The
cash requirement of implementing the project is estimated to reach P 700,000. The
source and cost of financing the project will be charged to the partner’s capital.

• PROPONENTS  Edner Anthony Casulla  Joel Gaddi  Leo Omamalin  Michelin Tan  Juvy Ann Verano • PERSONNEL OR WORK FORCE Number Position Qualification Salary 1 Manager CPA/Commerce P6. Each partner has his own respective scheduled duty in the company in order to supervise the employees each day. RISKS The risks involved with starting Dive Fish Farm Company are: • Will there be an escalating demand for the product offered by the company? • Will the price not be onerous to the consumers? • Will the cost of accessing Dive Fish Farm Company not hinder the consumer to negotiate? IV. The work force will be the one to maintain and to take care of the fish farm but with supervision of the partners. They are also responsible to look out the 20 personnel of the company in maintaining and raising the fish farm.III. MANAGEMENT AND PERSONNEL Each of the partners is responsible for the management of the business operations.000 Grad 1 Security Guard College level 1. PROPONENT.000 .000 1 Cashier Commerce Grad 5.

000 Grad 16 Workers High School 1.00 per 100 P 110. 900.00 P3.00 P 500.00 2 Ceiling Fan P 1. 710. 800.00 P 3. 500. 000.00 1 Delivery Van P500.00 1 Cash Register P 9. 800. 000.00 1 Telephone P 1. 000.000 Grad Number Description Unit Cost Total Cost 1.00 • ORGANIZATIONAL CHART MANAGER CASHIER BOOKKEEPER SECURITY WORKERS GUARD .00 1 Fish Net P 1.00 pieces 10 Sealer P300.00 P2 . 000 Mini-Styro Box P2. 300.00 1. 500 • MACHINERIES AND EQUIPMENTS Total P 523. 200. 000 Plastic P11.00 each P 2.00 P 1.00 3 Weighing Scale P 1.00 P 1. 400.000.00 P 9. 1 Bookkeeper Accountancy 5.

The major targeted consumers and costumers of our products mostly are the people in our province Southern Leyte. Acquiring equipment 4. Our price will be much lower than the competitor to attract customers. to suffice our objective—to provide . Hiring Personnel 6. MARKET FEASIBLITY Our target market is not just the plain consumers or the families but we have widened our scope from the families to the restaurants and sardines manufacturer. The price will be anticipated fluctuate due to the variability of demand and supply of the harvest. We will also distribute our products through consignors.000 kilograms this coming 5 years. But it doesn’t mean that we’ll just confine here in our province but we’ll also mark to accept customers from neighboring islands. Project Planning 2. The proposed prices of our product lie between P100. PROJECT TIMETABLE Activity Time Frame (Week) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 1 1 0 1 2 1. to provide them satisfaction and most of all. We have expected that the demand of our product will reach up to maximum 150. Acquiring Space 3.00 per kilo.00 to P150. Securing Business Permit 5. Start of operation VI. The supply divides as about 83% for human consumption and 17% for exports and non-food uses. Searching of customer 7.V.

2 kilograms. DIVE FISH FARM END CUSTOMER (2) Indirect type of customer by channeling first the product to consignors. we are trying to aim to reach 15 million pesos cumulative gross sales for the next five years. DIVE FISH FARM CONSIGNOR END CUSTOMER VII. we will offer a free delivery system especially to far-flung customers. We have also planned to advertise our product in radio and in newspaper. PROJECTED SALES For the next five years. we will expect to sell almost 150. Financially. We’ll have to freeze and to make them clean to avoid any damage and unnecessary smell. The color of our packaging will be a color gradient white and blue plastic with a mini-Styrofoam box inside which will serve as the container. IX.000 kilograms of fishes considering that our marketing program and competitive position will be maintained.pocket-friendly price to the customer. PRODUCTION . For bulk sale. PROPOSED MARKETING PROGRAM We will make the packaging of our product be attractive to the buyer. We’ll always mark to maintain the competitiveness of our product by maintaining its quality. 3 kilograms and above. There are two channels of distribution of our product which can be illustrated as follows: (1) Direct type of distribution. VIII. We will categorize the packaging into three according to the number of kilos: 1 kilogram.

Its unit cost is P2. The fishes could also be given breadcrumbs and food leftover. Our water supply is connected to Barangay Dongon Water Supply for our rest room. It is possible to harvest 1 ton of Bangus in every one hectare within 3 to 4 months if the sufficient food supply for the fishes will be maintained. continuous operation and on time delivery. The supply of the commercial floater feeds costs P1.5 hectares by 1.00 per sack based on the current quoted price of Magic 9 Marketing Enterprises. We can assure that every kilo have its exact weight. we will provide and sprinkle milk powder or flour to the growing Bangus. washing and processing area but except for the water supply to our fish farm. The size of the male Bangus was ready for market within 4 months while the female will almost reach 6 months before ready to be marketed. • Utilities We need electrification for the lighting and mainly for the refrigeration of our product. • Product Specification The fish that we are going to produce and sell is a high quality fish. The customer doesn’t have to wait for a longer time because we have sufficient supply of fish. We will sustain the water supply for the fish farm by getting directly from . • Plant Size and Production Schedule We’ll timing the period of raising the Bangus in such a way that we can possibly harvest every month and there will be no lag of production. 550. The size of the pond is 1. Maasin City. Maasin City. We’ll develop a systematic and sophisticated scheduling of raising and harvesting. fresh and one source of providing protein.00 each. • Startup Source and Supply of Bangus The supply of the young Bangus for the start up is available in the Department of Agriculture.5 hectares long and wide and 4 meters deep which contained 15 cubicles. Tunga-Tunga. • Production Process In raising Bangus.

710 XI.710 Miscellaneous Expense 200.000  Sources of Funds Equity Contribution 1. We also have to ponder wireless telephone to ease the access of the customer and this will cost P5.000 sales increase. 00 per month.910 Total 1. OPERATING COST: Tools and Equipment 523.000 Total 1.000 Salaries Expense 400.000 Bank Loan 300.500.710 acquired Initial Working Capital 276.FINANCIAL FEASIBILITY • Funding  Use of Funds Pre-operating expense 700.000 in year 1 to increase 22. . 000.000 Total 1.300.500.Dongon River via pipelines.000 • Major Assumptions  Sales 1.500.000 Fixed Assets to be 523.200.000 Installations 100. X.223.000 kilos every year or total of 3.  Cost of Sales is 60% of the Sales.

000 Miscellaneous Expense 200. Salaries Expense 400. . 710 in year 1 to increase by 2% every year.  Fixed asset to be acquired is P523.180  Operating Expenses The total fixed asset will be depreciated using straight line method and are expected to have average useful life of 20 yrs.000 Bank Loan 300.  Capitalization Owners Equity 1.000 Installation Expense 100. Other expenses except salaries will vary every year in increase of 1%. The installation expense will only appear during the first year.200.000 Depreciation Expense 26.000 The amount of Bank Loan is already net cash proceeds which mean that the interest is already deducted in advance.

- Miscellaneous 200.000 204. .186 26.365.000.100.120 Depreciation 26.060 208.00 6.00 3.020 206.00 5.186 628.0 15.306 Net Earnings 425.000.00 11.040.360.000 202.047.186 26.186 26.020.79 4.000 Installation 100.000 400.040.000 0 0 0 Less: Operating Expenses Salaries 400.00 0 0 00 0 Less: Cost of 648.000 5.000 3.814 1.700.000 Sales 0 0 0 Gross Profit 1.152.411.00 7.00 8.246 639.000 400.000 2.000 . • Financial Projection Dive Fish Distribution Company Forecasted Income Statement For the first Five Years Year1 Year2 Year3 Year4 Year5 Sales 1.00 9.060.186 26.000 400.75 5.206 632. .186 630.00 4.800.000.81 2.400.729.680.186 Total Expenses 726.694 4 4 4 .000 400.

765 566.286) (52.925.129.000 150.48 4.200.372) (78.81 4.75 5.729.861.428.663.0 0 0 0 0 00 Retained Earnings 425.200.814 1.754 6. Dive Fish Distributor Company Projected Balance Sheet For the first Five Years Year1 Year2 Year3 Year4 Year5 ASSETS: Cash 1.814 4.00 2.397.814 2.411.00 1.397.7 0 2 4 3 44 Fixed Assets 523.129.380.6 4 4 4 94 Total Liabilities & 1.200.00 1.6 4 4 4 4 94 LIABILITIES AND EQUITY Loan Payable 300.184 544.946.365.861.000 100.00 1.79 4.200.00 3.73 6.000 200.665. 0) Total Assets 1.93 Depreciation.744) (130.200.665.558) (104.79 5.000 250.868 555.047.69 Equity 4 .880 Accumulated (26.75 6.229.794 5.81 2.000 Owners Equity 1.710 534.81 2.00 1.925.

115 Assets Cash Payment for 50.000. 13. .00 8.380. 15. 13.946.5 10.2 1.7 6.055.8 & Cost of sales 0 4 34 854 74 Acquisition of Fixed 523. - loan Total Cash Inflow 3.000 bank loan Total Cash Outflow 1. .4 4.663.416.00 8.73 Balance 0 02 84 3 Cash Ending Balance 1.148.29 951.355.000 50.00 3.29 2.712 1.229.000 50.74 .0 0 0 00 000 00 Partners Investment 1. - 0 Proceeds from bank 300.71 4.710 10.400.428.300.684 10.0 11. 1.01 0 82 49 1 ADD: Beginning .871.00 .700.71 4.9 0 8 18 751 89 Cash Balance 1.428.28 7.000 50.655.380.0 3.897 11.663.000 .283.000.087.81 7.283.400.946.100. Dive Fish Distributor Company Projected Cash Flow For the first Five Years Estimated Cash Year1 Year2 Year3 Year4 Year5 Inflows: Sales 1.700.00 5.0 11.100.121.716.200.800.000 50.0 0 0 00 000 00 Estimated Cash Outflow: Operating Expenses 1. .8 10. 15.116.4 4.283.4 1.29 2. .00 5.474 10.428.

200.000 =.3%  Average Net Income=Sum of annual net income for 5 yrs.000+1.411.754+5.047. 796.400.174  Average Equity= (Equity of year 1+year5)/5 =1.000 2 =2.794+4./5 =425.000 2 =P1.174/ 1.233 ` = 23.796.980.694 5 =13. 200.870/5 =P2.000 The Group behind the Wall:  Michelin Tan  Leo Omamalin  Edner Anthony Casulla .200.814+2.814+1.729.200. 0 2 84 33 4 • Financial Analysis  Return on Investment = Average Net Income/Average Equity =2.365.

. Juvy Ann Verano  Joel Gaddi We have attached herewith our resumes.

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