Coffee Shop Feasibility

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A Feasibility study on “Coffee Ko” Coffee Shop In Partial Fulfillment of requirements for the subject Principles of Management For the degree of Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management At STI – College Quezon Avenue By: Eric B. Buquis Jake Christian Z. Escobar Carl Justin Oliquino Michaela D. Santo October 2013 TABLE OF CONTENTPROJECT BACKGROUND * Company Vision & Mission ……………………………………………………… * Name of the Business……………………………………………………………… * Logo/Rationale…………………………………………………………………….. * Type of business…………………………………………………………………… * Proposed Location ………………………………………………………………... * Project Description ……………………………………………………………….. * Project Proponents/Share of ownership………………………………………….CHAPTER I: Marketing…show more content…
* Contribution to the Government …………………………………………………..APPENDICES………………………………………………………………………………… | History of Coffee The history of coffee is as interesting as it is unusual; at various stages of its story it has been the chosen drink of slaves, Popes and Royalty, and its unparalled spread of popularity involves chance, political intrigue and the pursuit of wealth and power. Timeline: * 800BC -- Homer and many Arabian legends had told of a mysterious black and bitter beverage that with the mysterious power to stimulate. * AD 575 -- The first recorded instances of the cultivation of the coffee plant (coffea arabica) occur in in its native Ethiopia. * By the 15th century, we learn that the coffee trade has expanded into the rest of Arabia, probably via Sudanese slaves who did not drink coffee but ate the beans to sustain them on their long journeys. Even in the 15th century, coffee was such a highly prized commodity that its production was carefully controlled to prevent plants being stolen for cultivation elsewhere. So genuine was this fear that only coffee beans were ever exported from Arabia: the outer cherry and husk were removed so that the beans could not germinate. The actual spread of coffee started illegally when an Arab named Baba Budan smuggled beans to some mountains near Mysore, India, and started a farm there. Early in the last century, the descendants of those original plants were still growing in the region. Coffee quickly spread
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