T.A. MARRYSHOW COMMUNITY COLLEGE
TANTEEN ST. GEORGES
Paper: Business Plan
Instructor: Ms. Vesta Patrick
Date: April 19th, 2010
TABLE OF CONTENTS
I. Executive Summary
a. Mission and Vision Statements
II. Description of the business
III. Business Objectives
IV. Management Structure
V. Organisation Structure
VI. Business and Industry Profile
VII. Marketing Strategy
VIII. Location and Layout
IX. SWOT Analysis
a. Strengths 12 b. Weaknesses
X. Financial Forecasts
a. Figure 1
b. Figure 2
c. Figure 3
d. Figure 4
Name of Company:
The Learning Centre (TLC)
Telephone and Fax Number:
To be determined
Monday – Friday 4pm – 8pm
MISSION AND VISION STATEMENTS
At TLC, our mission is “Enlightening Minds To Reshape Our Future”. It is said that educating an individual, empowers a household. An empowered household can change a community and once communities are changed, so to will our islands. That is the vision of our institution. A Carriacou and Petite Martinique which will be run by educated individuals who recognise the importance of hard work and see the betterment of the society as everyone’s duty and responsibility.
In recent times, quite a lot of our high school graduates have left school with the minimum qualifications. In most cases, Mathematics and English Language are not obtained by these students. We hope to offer Mathematics to those people and later introduce English Language. We see these subjects as vital to the future development of our islands.
DESCRIPTION OF THE BUSINESS
TLC is an educational institution geared to the unique needs of the Carriacounian community. With the introduction of Universal Secondary Education, the managers have noticed a sharp decline in the proficiency of our students in the basic and key subject areas, namely Mathematics and English Language. We are therefore seeking to supplement and reinforce the existing curriculum taught at our secondary schools in a learning environment that is dynamically different to the learning environments at our present institutions
Operating during the afternoon to early evening time we hope to provide a valuable service to children who prefer to be academically challenged whilst provideing remedial aid to the students in need. We are also hoping to service the needs of professionals who are looking to advance themselves in their chosen careers.
At present, TLC is in the start-up stage and is requesting start-up capital in order to start operations.
To make our dream a reality, we are therefore asking you, the manager of Republic Bank Carriacou, for $175,000. These funds will be used for constructing the building and for buying the computers and necessary equipment for running the school.
We will be engaging the Government of Grenada in an attempt to obtain the land upon which the building will be erected and also access a small business loan to pay for the rest of the start up expenses. From there we hope that the business will start supporting itself in addition to making payments on the loan.
Our major objectives are as follows:
• To change the way students look at learning...
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