Business report on the forecasted analysis of a?youra? company with two products

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A business report on the forecasted analysis of a?youra? company with two products
Table of Contents
COMPANY OVERVIEW 1
PRODUCT COST ESTIMATE 2
VARIABLE COSTS 3
FIXED COSTS 4
SELLING PRICE ESTIMATE 4
COST PLUS PRICE 4
MARKET PRICE 4
BREAK EVEN ANALYSIS 4
PER PRODUCT 5
COMPANY BREAK-EVEN 5
FIVE YEAR FINANCIAL PROJECTION 5
OPERATIONAL BUDGETS 5
FIVE YEAR INCOME STATEMENTS 6
INVESTMENT APPRAISAL 6
NET PRESENT VALUE 6
CONCLUSION AND RECOMENDATIONS 6
CONCLUSIONS 7
RECOMMENDATIONS 7
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT 7
REFLECTIVE ESSAY 7
BIBLIOGRAPHY 7
APPENDIX 7

Section A
You must introduce your company at this stage by providing a brief background of its intended activities, where it will operate, what type of customers it intends to sell to and your company aims.
What is the market like now for your products? What is the size/revenues of your market? Who are the main competitors? Is the market growing, contracting or maturing? Where the potential opportunities and what are are the potential threats in this market?
How will it create interest in the products? What are the key highlights from the calculations? (do this last).

Section B
Supporting assumptions and analysis of your chosen company:
Produce a standard cost card for each product (side by side), in a table (appendix and labeled). Explain how you found the various prices for materials and labour, quantities should be shown too. How are you absorbing your overheads a marginal or traditional absorption?
Exact measurements and prices are not totally necessary a if they are easy to find then you can use them. Otherwise, an educated estimate of these values will suffice.
In producing the above cost card, you must also state which costs you will consider as VARIABLE and which as FIXED, as this will help the next step. Underlying assumptions refers to how you chose between F & V.
What will be your selling price? Show how you calculated this value and which principles you used and why. You will need to show what the current market price is for similar products that already exist in the market a in a Table (appendix and labeled) showing all relevant suppliers and their respective prices. Your calculations for selling price should also be presented in a small clear table: in an appendix and labeled.
Remember, for marketing research about products and companies you can use MINTEL database/eResource on your Student Portal account.
Produce a break-even point for each product and for the company as a whole, remember the calculation is:
Fixed Costs/ contribution per unit
Therefore using (the second part) a Selling price minus unit costs a variable (the first part) contribution per unit
Five Year Budgeted Income Statement
You will need to explain how you have projected your first year figures into the next four years a e.g. sales volume will increase by 10% (based on Market growth today), costs will fall due to less expenditure on advertising/marketing/development costs. It would be helpful if you can briefly describe the manufacturing process involved.


Referencing Requirements:
uk resources