The Startup of an English as a Second Language (ESL)

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Essay #: 064028
Total text length is 22,922 characters (approximately 15.8 pages).

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The Startup of an English as a Second Language (ESL)
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
This report presented a detail plan, including a master budget, pertaining to the startup of an English as a Second Language (ESL) school in Richmond, B.C. The report includes a business description, master budget, evidence used to build the master budget, a discussion of opportunities and threats accompanied by a contingency plan, sensitivity analysis, and a summary of the report. References will follow.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION3
BUSINESS DESCRIPTION4
INCOME STATEMENT13
BALANCE SHEET14
EQUITY ANALYSIS, PART 115
EQUITY ANALYSIS, PART 216
CASH BUDGET17
EVIDENCE USED TO BUILD THE MASTER BUDGET18
OPPORTUNITIES/THREATS19
SUMMARY OIF THE REPORT22
REFERENCES23...
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.....of occupancy a day rather than total occupancy. This move would allow us to lower our rent and our burn rate.
SUMMARY OF THE REPORT
This report has offered a detailed business description for an ESL school in Richmond, to be known as Richmond ESL School (RESL), in tandem with various budgetary documents, namely an income statement, balance sheet, capital expenditures budget, and cash budgets. There has also been a sensitivity analysis and documentation of the assumptions used to inform the financial models and data.
References
City of Richmond. (2010). Population and demographics. Retrieved November 6, 2010 from http://www.richmond.ca/discover/demographics.htm.
Google Maps. (2010). Retrieved November 6, 2010 from http://www.maps.google.com.