Computer Shop Case Study

11796 Words Jan 23rd, 2013 48 Pages
Manila Branch

Submitted by:
Naneth Candelaria Llaguno
Maricar Garcia Dizon
Maria Lyn Dina-uy Rosalem
Shela Mae Suarez Aninang
Raymart Delos Santos Submitted to:
Mr. Jonathan Pagurayan

APPROVAL SHEET This is to certify that we (Naneth Llaguno, Maricar Dizon, Maria Lyn Rosalem, Shiela Mae Aninang, Raymart delos Santos) from Access Computer College had interviewed X-Games internet café held at Isetann 5th Floor Cinema Complex, Claro M. Recto Avenue Corner Quiapo Blvd. Manila on the 12 day of January year 2013. This case study is prepared in partial fulfillment in Data Communication subject. It hereby certify by the person below.

Mr. Jonathan Pagurayan
Access computer College
Professor

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
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The business is about computer shop.

The business is renting a space in 5th floor Cinemarama Complex in Isetann Mall along Recto. The target consumers are students, teachers, office workers, and nearby neighborhood especially those people whose relatives or loved ones are abroad. The two hundred (200) meter radius requirements as provided in the existing zoning code and other applicable rules and regulations wherein computer shops and other similar establishments and places of amusements should be put up or constructed at least two hundred (200) meters away from the church, schools, hospitals and other government offices shall be strictly complied with. X-games started 3 years ago with 61 personal computers only by Mr. Nelson Lim and family. The capital they used for this business is a million plus. Now, it has 73 PC, 11 webcam,13 CCTV cameras and 1 tv for the CCTV. It has two branches namely in Pasay, which is the main Branch and in Isetann X-games. They operate their café at 10 am and closes at 10 midnight. Per hour is worth 20 php and printed documents worth 5 php each. Every month, they paid for the rented space worth 45,000. We frankly ask if they earn and save money in this kind of business, and they will say yes. It is a awesome YES for them. Ofcourse, we have a basis. In a day they can save atleast 7000 pesos, and a month worth 217 ooo pesos. We conveniently say, it is good to have a business like a café.

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