A young businessman with a family background in the Thai restaurant business checks whether its own Thai food restaurant to open. The students are asked to assess his skills as a restaurant manager / owner. Students need to consider a qualitative size-up of the market and whether the chosen site is a good fit. A seating plan is to be designed. Students are expected to project a profit and loss statement and balance sheet and to determine the impact on the consolidated financial statements, if sales increase or decrease … Read more »

A young businessman with a family background in the Thai restaurant business checks whether its own Thai food restaurant to open. The students are asked to assess his skills as a restaurant manager / owner. Students need to consider a qualitative size-up of the market and whether the chosen site is a good fit. A seating plan is to be designed. Students are expected to project a profit and loss account and the balance sheet and determine the impact on the consolidated financial statements, if sales increase or decrease 20 percent of the original forecast. Based on its analysis, the students are asked to determine whether the restaurant to open.
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Elizabeth M.A. Grasby,
Anuj Chandarana
Source: Ivey Publishing
8 pages.
Release Date: 16 March 2007. Prod #: 907B01-PDF-ENG
Thaifoon restaurant HBR case solution

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