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Java Culture coffee shop business plan executive summary. Java Culture is a gourmet coffee bar that boasts a fun, relaxed atmosphere for its customers.

U.S. coffee consumption has shown steady growth, with gourmet coffee having the strongest growth. Coffee drinkers in the Pacific Northwest are among the most demanding ones. They favor well-brewed gourmet coffee drinks and demand great service. Eugene, OR, with its liberal and outgoing populace and long rainy winter, has traditionally been a great place for coffee establishments. Java Culture will strive to build a loyal customer base by offering a great tasting coffee in a relaxing environment of its coffee bar located close to the bustling University of Oregon campus.

Java Culture will focus its marketing activities on reaching the University students and faculty, people working in offices located close to the coffee bar and on sophisticated teenagers. Our market research shows that these are the customer groups that are most likely to buy gourmet coffee products. Since gourmet coffee consumption is universal across different income categories and mostly depends on the level of higher education, proximity to the University of Oregon campus will provide access to the targeted customer audience.

The company will operate a 2,300 square foot coffee bar within a walking distance from the University of Oregon campus. The owners have secured this location through a three-year lease with an option for extending. The have also provided $140,000 of the required $170,000 start-up funds. The remaining capital will be obtained through Bank of America commercial loans.

The company is expected to grow sales revenue from $584,000 in FY2001 to $706,000 in year three. As Java Culture will strive to maintain a 65% gross profit margin and reasonable operating expenses, it will see net profits grow from $100,000 to $125,000 during the same period.

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The goal of this marketing plan is to outline the strategies, tactics, and programs that will make the sales goals outlined in the JavaNet business plan a reality in the year 1999.

Ray and Frosty Mead took over the running of the Coffee shop and the Farm Kitchen in early February 2010; together they have 25 years of experience in the catering trade previously working in a mixture of high end restaurants and hotels in England and New Zealand.

With passion for Quality produce and local food Ray and Frosty and our dedicated team of chefs provide the farm shop with ready meals, soups, Seasonal fruit pies and crumbles, cakes and chutneys. We are always willing to talk to customers for menu ideas and inspiration. So don’t hesitate to knock on the kitchen door to talk to us.

Rocket engineers optimised the chassis and layout of the internal components without compromising on the quality and features you expect from Rocket Espresso.

Just like the name says PID with a rotary pump The Alex PID can be plumbed into the mains water supply or it can run off it’s own water reservoir.

The Barn at Beal Restaurant offers the customer a fabulous dining experience, from Coffee & Cake to a 3 course meal with wine, using locally sourced ingredients wherever possible and cooked fresh in our kitchen.

Monday – Wednesday
9.00am – 5.00pm
Breakfast served from 9.00am – 11.00am Lunch served From 12 noon – 4.45pm

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U.S. coffee consumption has shown steady growth, with gourmet coffee having the strongest growth. Coffee drinkers in the Pacific Northwest are among the most demanding ones. They favor well-brewed gourmet coffee drinks and demand great service. Eugene, OR, with its liberal and outgoing populace and long rainy winter, has traditionally been a great place for coffee establishments. Java Culture will strive to build a loyal customer base by offering a great tasting coffee in a relaxing environment of its coffee bar located close to the bustling University of Oregon campus.

Java Culture will focus its marketing activities on reaching the University students and faculty, people working in offices located close to the coffee bar and on sophisticated teenagers. Our market research shows that these are the customer groups that are most likely to buy gourmet coffee products. Since gourmet coffee consumption is universal across different income categories and mostly depends on the level of higher education, proximity to the University of Oregon campus will provide access to the targeted customer audience.

The company will operate a 2,300 square foot coffee bar within a walking distance from the University of Oregon campus. The owners have secured this location through a three-year lease with an option for extending. The have also provided $140,000 of the required $170,000 start-up funds. The remaining capital will be obtained through Bank of America commercial loans.

The company is expected to grow sales revenue from $584,000 in FY2001 to $706,000 in year three. As Java Culture will strive to maintain a 65% gross profit margin and reasonable operating expenses, it will see net profits grow from $100,000 to $125,000 during the same period.

Page 1 2 3 4 5

The goal of this marketing plan is to outline the strategies, tactics, and programs that will make the sales goals outlined in the JavaNet business plan a reality in the year 1999.

U.S. coffee consumption has shown steady growth, with gourmet coffee having the strongest growth. Coffee drinkers in the Pacific Northwest are among the most demanding ones. They favor well-brewed gourmet coffee drinks and demand great service. Eugene, OR, with its liberal and outgoing populace and long rainy winter, has traditionally been a great place for coffee establishments. Java Culture will strive to build a loyal customer base by offering a great tasting coffee in a relaxing environment of its coffee bar located close to the bustling University of Oregon campus.

Java Culture will focus its marketing activities on reaching the University students and faculty, people working in offices located close to the coffee bar and on sophisticated teenagers. Our market research shows that these are the customer groups that are most likely to buy gourmet coffee products. Since gourmet coffee consumption is universal across different income categories and mostly depends on the level of higher education, proximity to the University of Oregon campus will provide access to the targeted customer audience.

The company will operate a 2,300 square foot coffee bar within a walking distance from the University of Oregon campus. The owners have secured this location through a three-year lease with an option for extending. The have also provided $140,000 of the required $170,000 start-up funds. The remaining capital will be obtained through Bank of America commercial loans.

The company is expected to grow sales revenue from $584,000 in FY2001 to $706,000 in year three. As Java Culture will strive to maintain a 65% gross profit margin and reasonable operating expenses, it will see net profits grow from $100,000 to $125,000 during the same period.

Page 1 2 3 4 5

The goal of this marketing plan is to outline the strategies, tactics, and programs that will make the sales goals outlined in the JavaNet business plan a reality in the year 1999.

Ray and Frosty Mead took over the running of the Coffee shop and the Farm Kitchen in early February 2010; together they have 25 years of experience in the catering trade previously working in a mixture of high end restaurants and hotels in England and New Zealand.

With passion for Quality produce and local food Ray and Frosty and our dedicated team of chefs provide the farm shop with ready meals, soups, Seasonal fruit pies and crumbles, cakes and chutneys. We are always willing to talk to customers for menu ideas and inspiration. So don’t hesitate to knock on the kitchen door to talk to us.

Rocket engineers optimised the chassis and layout of the internal components without compromising on the quality and features you expect from Rocket Espresso.

Just like the name says PID with a rotary pump The Alex PID can be plumbed into the mains water supply or it can run off it’s own water reservoir.

The Barn at Beal Restaurant offers the customer a fabulous dining experience, from Coffee & Cake to a 3 course meal with wine, using locally sourced ingredients wherever possible and cooked fresh in our kitchen.

Monday – Wednesday
9.00am – 5.00pm
Breakfast served from 9.00am – 11.00am Lunch served From 12 noon – 4.45pm

A true touch of nostalgic Americana, combining a love of people, antiques, travel, coffee, wholesome organic foods and baking in a cozy and quaint restaurant. Serving hearty breakfast and lunch sandwiches, soups, homemade breads, muffins, the freshest donuts in-house and the finest of international coffees, teas, hot chocolate, mulled cider, protein smoothies and old-fashioned milkshakes.

With a warm, inviting and intimate space, its ideal for your private event or any special occasion. Offering professional wait staff, television/dvd for your breakfast meeting, real-estate or banking business, high or low teas, staff thank-you brunches, Happy Hour espresso socials, bridal or baby shower, graduation gatherings, birthdays and anniversary luncheon or dinner up to 20 persons indoor, semi-private (up to 12pp) during our regular business hours, or entirely private, before or after hours, in house or in-town.

U.S. coffee consumption has shown steady growth, with gourmet coffee having the strongest growth. Coffee drinkers in the Pacific Northwest are among the most demanding ones. They favor well-brewed gourmet coffee drinks and demand great service. Eugene, OR, with its liberal and outgoing populace and long rainy winter, has traditionally been a great place for coffee establishments. Java Culture will strive to build a loyal customer base by offering a great tasting coffee in a relaxing environment of its coffee bar located close to the bustling University of Oregon campus.

Java Culture will focus its marketing activities on reaching the University students and faculty, people working in offices located close to the coffee bar and on sophisticated teenagers. Our market research shows that these are the customer groups that are most likely to buy gourmet coffee products. Since gourmet coffee consumption is universal across different income categories and mostly depends on the level of higher education, proximity to the University of Oregon campus will provide access to the targeted customer audience.

The company will operate a 2,300 square foot coffee bar within a walking distance from the University of Oregon campus. The owners have secured this location through a three-year lease with an option for extending. The have also provided $140,000 of the required $170,000 start-up funds. The remaining capital will be obtained through Bank of America commercial loans.

The company is expected to grow sales revenue from $584,000 in FY2001 to $706,000 in year three. As Java Culture will strive to maintain a 65% gross profit margin and reasonable operating expenses, it will see net profits grow from $100,000 to $125,000 during the same period.

Page 1 2 3 4 5

The goal of this marketing plan is to outline the strategies, tactics, and programs that will make the sales goals outlined in the JavaNet business plan a reality in the year 1999.

Ray and Frosty Mead took over the running of the Coffee shop and the Farm Kitchen in early February 2010; together they have 25 years of experience in the catering trade previously working in a mixture of high end restaurants and hotels in England and New Zealand.

With passion for Quality produce and local food Ray and Frosty and our dedicated team of chefs provide the farm shop with ready meals, soups, Seasonal fruit pies and crumbles, cakes and chutneys. We are always willing to talk to customers for menu ideas and inspiration. So don’t hesitate to knock on the kitchen door to talk to us.

Rocket engineers optimised the chassis and layout of the internal components without compromising on the quality and features you expect from Rocket Espresso.

Just like the name says PID with a rotary pump The Alex PID can be plumbed into the mains water supply or it can run off it’s own water reservoir.

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U.S. coffee consumption has shown steady growth, with gourmet coffee having the strongest growth. Coffee drinkers in the Pacific Northwest are among the most demanding ones. They favor well-brewed gourmet coffee drinks and demand great service. Eugene, OR, with its liberal and outgoing populace and long rainy winter, has traditionally been a great place for coffee establishments. Java Culture will strive to build a loyal customer base by offering a great tasting coffee in a relaxing environment of its coffee bar located close to the bustling University of Oregon campus.

Java Culture will focus its marketing activities on reaching the University students and faculty, people working in offices located close to the coffee bar and on sophisticated teenagers. Our market research shows that these are the customer groups that are most likely to buy gourmet coffee products. Since gourmet coffee consumption is universal across different income categories and mostly depends on the level of higher education, proximity to the University of Oregon campus will provide access to the targeted customer audience.

The company will operate a 2,300 square foot coffee bar within a walking distance from the University of Oregon campus. The owners have secured this location through a three-year lease with an option for extending. The have also provided $140,000 of the required $170,000 start-up funds. The remaining capital will be obtained through Bank of America commercial loans.

The company is expected to grow sales revenue from $584,000 in FY2001 to $706,000 in year three. As Java Culture will strive to maintain a 65% gross profit margin and reasonable operating expenses, it will see net profits grow from $100,000 to $125,000 during the same period.

Page 1 2 3 4 5

The goal of this marketing plan is to outline the strategies, tactics, and programs that will make the sales goals outlined in the JavaNet business plan a reality in the year 1999.

Ray and Frosty Mead took over the running of the Coffee shop and the Farm Kitchen in early February 2010; together they have 25 years of experience in the catering trade previously working in a mixture of high end restaurants and hotels in England and New Zealand.

With passion for Quality produce and local food Ray and Frosty and our dedicated team of chefs provide the farm shop with ready meals, soups, Seasonal fruit pies and crumbles, cakes and chutneys. We are always willing to talk to customers for menu ideas and inspiration. So don’t hesitate to knock on the kitchen door to talk to us.

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