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  • 1. 1 Zapatatas Mojo Corner A Business Plan Presented to the Faculty of St. John’s Institute Bacolod City In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in Immersion, Investigation, and Inquiries By: Crystal Faith T. Canillo Leah Angela G. Cioco Heather Marie F. Jara Mikko Gerald Mari C. Sardua Lauren Louisse L. Zapata January 2019
  • 2. 2 Est. 2019 Z A P A T A T A S Mojo Corner at St. John’s Institute, Bacolod City INTRODUCTION Let’s be honest here: it’s not the pizza that’s the best part of one popular fast food chain’s menu; it’s the mojos. These spuds are iconic, a trademarked specialty of the said food business establishment, that has helped cement its status worldwide as a reliable place to dine. Recreating these mojos at home was always incredibly difficult – how do they get their distinct flavor? How does the breading get a crispy coating that gets delightfully soggy in parts? These questions have always been thought of the proponents. That is why with Zapatatas Mojo Corner, they have decided to come up with an original homemade recipe similar to that establishment’s mojos. Zapatatas Mojo Corner is a food business establishment that caters the needs and cravings of High School Johnians. It serves its specialty – mojos – together with assorted frozen food products ranging from chicken nuggets to squid rings exclusively made from the production plant of the LLZ Frozen Foods Corp. There will also be an an array of choices for dips, which will make Zapatatas’ appeal to the Johnian Community level up more. In line with giving the quality service they want for the Johnian Community, like any other business establishment, the proponents hope to receive a good-enough return on investment. They will be spending on the ingredients, the marketing materials, and everything in between. The five- man team will also be giving promos during the first few days of operation to kick-start the business. At the end of the project, they will be giving surveys that will rate of their service and product quality. After all, it’s the proponents goal to give the best product and service possible. Finally, with the partnership of Zapatatas Mojo Corner with LLZ Frozen Foods Corp., the proponents hope to help one of their groupmate market his family business as well.
  • 3. 3 Chapter I PROJECT BACKGROUND I. Project Proponents Lauren Louisse L. Zapata Chief Executive Officer and President Lauren Zapata is a Junior High School graduate of the Christian Academy of Bacolod and is currently a Grade 12 Senior High School Accounting, Business, and Management (ABM) student of St. John’s Institute. He is the eldest child and son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Ralph and Daisy Jane Zapata, who are the owners of LLZ Frozen Foods Corp. The family has a production plant located at Talisay City, where an average of 60 employees work. For college, he will be taking up Marketing at the University of St. La Salle in order to strengthen the family business in the future. Leah Angela Cioco Chief Operating Officer and Vice President Leah Cioco is a Junior High School graduate of St. John’s Institute and is currently a Grade 12 Senior High School Accounting, Business, and Management (ABM) student of the same school. She is the eldest child and daughter of Atty. Leopoldo Jr. and Yvonne Cioco, who are the senior partners of the Cioco, Cioco, & Cioco Law Office. The family has a firm located at Bacolod City, which currently holds an average of 1,000 cases with a majority of corporate lawsuits. For college, she will be taking up Actuarial Science and Global Economics at Stanford University. After four years of undergraduate study at the United States, she will be attending Law School at the University of the Philippines.
  • 4. 4 Crystal Faith T. Canillo Production Manager Crystal Faith Canillo is a Junior High School graduate of Gil Montilla National High School and is currently a Grade 12 Senior High School Accounting, Business, and Management (ABM) student of St. John’s Institute. She is the seventh and the youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. Jose and Carmen Canillo, who are the owners of Bienze Cakes, which is a bakery shop located at Sipalay City. With her family business behind her, Crystal is accustomed to baking and everything in between. She will be taking up Accountancy for college at the University of the Philippines and Culinary Arts afterwards. Heather Marie F. Jara Marketing Manager Heather Marie Jara is a Junior High School graduate of Marie Margarette School and is currently a Grade 12 Senior High School Accounting, Business, and Management (ABM) student of St. John’s Institute. She is the second and youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. Amiel and Lily Jara, who are the owners of Travelzania Travel and Tours Inc. and WPQ Marketing, which are both located at Ilo-ilo City. Heather will be taking up Marketing Management at the University of St. La Salle, Bacolod. Mikko Gerald Mari C. Sardua Sales Manager Mikko Gerald Sardua is a Junior High School graduate of St. John’s Institute and is currently a Grade 12 Senior High School Accounting, Business, and Management (ABM) student of the same school. He is Mr. and Mrs. Michael and Miranda Sardua, who are the owners of SpinWheels Bacolod Auto Gallery, which is located at Bacolod City. With experience in helping at the family business, he is capable to manage the business’ sales. Mikko will be taking up Accountancy at the University of St. La Salle, Bacolod.
  • 5. 5 II. Primary Focus The proponents of the project have decided to focus on the potential market in the St. John’s Institute High school campus. The aim of the Zapatatas Mojo Corner is to provide the Johnian Community an affordable yet hearty food option at the St. John’s Institute Bacolod City Campus by providing large servings of mojos that could be paired with different side dishes like nuggets and squid rings purchased from LLZ, Lauren Zapata’s Frozen Foods Corporation. To shake things a bit, there will also be an array of choices for dips. III. Vision Statement To be recognized as a leading, distinctive brand of food business establishment in school that provides affordable, hearty, and delicious snacks comprised of an original homemade recipe of mojos, dips, and LLZ Frozen Foods side dishes. IV. Mission Statement Zapatatas Mojo Corner is committed to serving fresh, delicious, and affordable mojos coupled with an array of delicious side dishes through its partnership with LLZ Frozen Foods Corporation to all members of the Johnian Community at St. John’s Institute. V. Objectives Objective Strategy
  • 6. 6  To develop, market, and sell a delicious homemade recipe of mojos  Provide an affordable meal to the Johnian Community Follow the hacked recipe online, which consists of: Ferna Breading Mix, Sliced Potatoes, eggs, water, cooking oil for deep frying, Lady’s Choice Ceasar or Ranch Dressing. In a bowl, whisk together eggs and water. Set aside. Clean potatoes and slice into 1/4” round, then put them straight into the egg- water mixture to soak. Heat oil until 350 degrees F. Coat potato slices with breading and deep fry in batches for 3-4 minutes. Drain in kitchen towel after to absorb excess oil. Transfer to serving plate and serve with either Caesar or ranch dressing. Price one order of Zapatatas no more than 25PHP, including side dishes and dips VI. Proposed Name of the Business: Zapatatas Mojo Corner The proponents have decided to use “Zapatatas Mojo Corner” as the food business establishment’s name simply because one of the proponents’ family name is Zapata. This group member is also the son of the owners of LLZ Frozen Foods Corp. VII. Desired Outcome Like any other business establishment, the main goal of Zapatatas Mojo Corner is to generate income or profit. To gain profit, the proponents will be selling mojos; these golden potatoes are not only delicious and healthy, but also easy to make or produce.
  • 7. 7 Chapter II MANAGEMENT ASPECT I. Personnel Lauren Louisse L. Zapata, Chief Executive Officer and President A chief executive officer (CEO) is the highest-ranking executive in a company, and Lauren’s primary responsibilities include making major decisions and managing the overall operations and resources. Leah Angela Cioco, Chief Operating Officer and Vice President Leah will oversee Zapatata’s business operations and reports to the CEO. She will also ensure the company has effective operational and financial procedures in place acting as the main point of communication between the Ms. Ma. Angela and group operations. Crystal Faith T. Canillo, Production Manager Crystal is the assigned person to make and produce the products to be sold. She will also plan and organize production schedules, assess project and resource requirements, negotiate and agree on budgets and timescales with clients and other managers. Heather Marie F. Jara, Marketing Manager Heather is assigned in making marketing materials for the business. She will also be managing all marketing for the company and activities within the marketing department, developing the marketing strategy for the company in line with company objectives, coordinating marketing campaigns with sales activities, and overseeing the company's marketing budget. Mikko Gerald Mari C. Sardua, Sales Manager Mikko is assigned to manage the inflow and outflow of assets. He will also be achieving growth and hitting sales targets by successfully managing the sales team, designing, and implementing a strategic sales plan that expands company's customer base and ensure it's strong presence.
  • 8. 8 II. Organizational Structure III. Qualifications Lauren Louisse L. Zapata as the Chief Executive Officer and President is qualified as he is an ABM Student and a big help to his parents’ business. He is also a huge fan of big companies like Google and Apple, which means that he’s always following the going-ons of the CEOs. Leah Angela Cioco as the Chief Operating Officer and Vice President is qualified as she is accustomed to co-leading business projects. She is also an ABM student, which means that she has had enough experience. Crystal Faith T. Canillo as Production Manager is qualified as she is experienced in cooking. She is also an ABM student, which means that she is practical enough to make sure that the cost of production will be effective and efficient. Heather Marie F. Jara as Marketing Manager is qualified for the position of Marketing Manager because she is also an ABM student, who specializes in Marketing Mikko Gerald Mari C. Sardua is very much qualified for the position of sales maanger as he is an ABM Student, with strength in Marketing during the past two quarters. Lauren Louisse L. Zapata Chief Executive Officer and President Crystal Faith T. Canillo Production Manager Heather Marie J. Jara Markting Manager Mikko Gerald Mari C. Sardua Sales Manager Leah Angela G. Cioco Chief Operating Officer and Vice President

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