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Company Analysis Phase IV Team A Leland Cannon, Tracy Garcia, Jeff Green, Udonna Newton FIN 370 June 12, 2012 Peggy Determeyer Company Analysis Phase IV * Buffalo Wild Wings, Inc. operates chicken wing restaurants that are located within the borders of the United States and Canada. Two friends, Jim Disbrow and Scott Lowery, founded the company in 1982 in Ohio. The company's claim to fame is their multitude of signature sauces used to create delectable wings to meet the expectations of most customers. Franchisees own most of the company's stores in the United States and Canada. ("Buffalo Wild Wings, Inc. History", 2004). Canada is currently the only country other than the United States that Buffalo Wild Wings Operates in.…show more content…
Building the Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant allows the monitoring of every aspect of the construction. Doing everything right the first time could save time and money. The added benefit to building the restaurant is it is completely original to the area. It has the ability to appeal to the masses and develop the brand for future expansion in the area. Building a new restaurant is simply the right choice. * Analyze the investment requirements and develop a plan for how the company should pay for it (debt or equity). * Two immediate risks could potentially hinder the progress of initiating a new Buffalo Wild Wings in the People’s Republic of China. The first immediate risk is starting a new venture so far from home. The distance from the United States can limit the involvement of senior management in the day-to-day operations of the business. In attempt to mitigate this risk, Buffalo Wild Wings can seek out local interested parties in attempt to franchise in China. This action will do a few things. First, it will facilitate the need for someone on the ground that is familiar with the local laws and policies. This lessens the stress of having to do extensive research to ensure the company is compliant will all local and international policies. In addition, by Franchising in the People’s Republic of China the financial burden on Buffalo Wild

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