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  1. 1. LOCATED AT: KYABAKUZZA TRADING CENTRE MASAKA-MBARARA ROAD P.O.BOX 233, Masaka Uganda Tel: +256789952662/ +256703952664 www.smnutritious.co.ug Email: info@smnutritious.co.ug BUSINESS PLAN PREPARED BY: SSENKUMBA MAURICE 2011-B022-30067 MANAGING DIRECTOR TEL: 0789952664-Email: mssenkumba@yahoo.com SM NUTRITIOUS BABY SOYA
  2. 2. LOCATED AT: KYABAKUZZA TRADING CENTRE MASAKA-MBARARA ROAD P. O. BOX. 233, MASAKA- UGANDA TEL: +256789952664/+256703952664 DATE: 27 /02/2013 Our ref: SM/NUTRITIOUS/O55 You ref: ------------------------ THE MANAGER STANBIC BANK P.O BOX 567 MASAKA UGANDA Dear Sir/Madam RE: APPLICATION FOR A BUSINESS LOAN I hereby apply for a loan of UGX 20,000,000 (Twenty million shillings only)on behalf of management of SM nutritious baby soya Co. The proposed business will deal in producing and supply quality baby soya products to various consumers within Masaka district and neighboring districts. This business will be located at Kyabakuzza Trading Centre 5km from Masaka town along Masaka Mbarara road. The owners of the business are willing to pay back the loan with the agreed interest of 24.5% in three years time in a monthly installment of shs.691700 The loan will be unsecured loan based on the run of accounts of Ssenkumba Maurice who is the majority shareholder in the business. We will be grateful if our application is put into consideration without any doubt. Thanks Yours faithfully ……………………………………….. SSENKMBA MAURICE MANAGING DIRECTOR SM
  3. 3. SMNUTRITIOUSBABYSOYACO. LETTER OF DISCLAIMANT I SSENKUMBA MAURICE do hereby confirm that this business plan is from my original thinking, creativity and plan. All rights reserved, No part of this business plan may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic, mechanical photocopying, recording or otherwise without the prior written permission of the owner. Yours faithfully, ………………………………… SSENKUMBA MAURICE MANAGING DIRECTOR SM NUTRITIOUS BABY SOYA CO. Vision To be the leading producer and supplier of best quality baby soya products in the whole country. Mission SM nutritious baby soy’s mission will be to provide high quality, cost effective, taste and innovative baby soya products to the families in Uganda. The company will be committed to continuously improve the product in order to meet today’s customers’ needs and the community at large, offer comfortable employment to the employees.
  4. 4. Slogan “Baby soya the mystery behind healthy babies”. SWOT ANALYSIS STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES Quality products that meet customer standards - Inadequate experience of some staff Availability of capital - Limited research and development Team work within management and personnel - High labour turn over Prompt and timely delivery - Absenteeism on the part of workers After sales services that helps to keep our customer with us. - Un skilled labour force Experience management in the field of soya and pastry - Low capacity to satisfy the market Location of the business - OPPORTUNITIES THREATS Increasing number of retail business and supermarkets High possibility of expansion Availability of cheap labour Good transport system in Masaka district which also connects to other neighbouring districts of Lyantonde, Rakai, Kalungu, Ssembabule which makes delivery easy The increasing population of Masaka district compared to neighbouring districts Seasonality of raw materials Increasing rate of inflation is a threat to our production as far as costs are concerned Power shortages and water in the region Competition. This is due to increased number of soya producing firms in the region like Manganjo grain millers. Increasing taxes on milling equipment and raw materials especially soya flour, silverfish (mukenene) . KEY SUCCESS FACTORS The key success factors for SM nutritious baby soya include: - Availability of capital
  5. 5. The business is blessed with readily available capital. This capital comprises of share capital contributed by the owners of the business and loan that the business intends to get from the bank, this therefore means that the business stands a high chance of expanding and become a successful business. Availability of market There is readily available market for the product given the fact that the growth and success of the business depends on the customer base, there is a high believe among the owners of the business that their business is bound to succeed because the fertility rate in Uganda is very high. Motivation of staff The business intends to motivate its staff through giving them bonuses for pushing extra sales and a certain percentage of the profits shall also be used to motivate the staff. However this will be based on the profits made during the year and the percentage will be agreed upon basing on the same profits made therefore shall not be fixed. Time management The business owners look forward to enforcing strict time mainly by staff to ensure that there is timely delivery of the product to the customers when they need them. This will apply to corporate organizations like Institutions of higher learning, schools, canteens, clubs, telecom companies among others. Opportunity: There is an increasing market for the product since more people are giving birth in Uganda today, this means that there is high opportunity for expansion of the business in the future. Cheap raw materials The raw materials needed by this business is relative affordable in terms of purchasing. These raw materials include; soya peas, powdered milk, Nkejje among others. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  6. 6. SM Nutritious baby soy P.O.BOX. 233,Masaka Uganda. Tel: 256789952664 Website: www.smnutritious.co.ug Email: info@ smnutritious.co.ug Back ground of the business: SM nutritious baby soy will be a private limited company formed under the partnership act of 1890. SM nutritious baby soy limited is a new venture that will deal in the production of quality and nutritious baby soy to satisfy customer needs especially the families with babies. The company will provide convenient and affordable quality baby soy mainly to the residents of the former Masaka region and the whole of East Africa. The business will start its operations in November, 2013 after acquiring the share capital of shs.40000000= and a loan from Stanbic bank of shs.20000000= to buy the necessary equipment and the starting raw materials. Product characteristics: The company will produce baby soy weighing 250g, 500g, and 1000g. The soy will be yellowish in colour because of the ingredient that will be used in the processing of the baby soy and these will include; soya beans flour, nkejje, silverfish among others. The baby soy will be packed in paper bags with a brand name on top so as to differentiate our products from those of other competitors like maganjo and kayebe. Market characteristics: The baby soy will be produced for the children between 7 months to 5 years of age both low, middle and high income earners.
  7. 7. Operation plan: Management Team: The company will employ skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled labour. The management team of SM nutritious baby soy will be as follows: The board of directors will constitute of Ssenkumba Maurice with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and management and Nankumba Anne with a bachelor’s degree in procurement and logistics who are concurrently the managing director/ human resource manager and finance manager/ marketing officer respectively. MR. Kato Paul as the production manager he has a bachelor’s degree in foods and nutrition. 4 Casual labourers; packaging and loading the soy products with a minimum requirement of ordinary certificate. Competitor assessment: Basing on the survey carried out by the managing director the company is operating in a relatively competitive market where there’s competition from locally made baby soy by companies like Kayebe sauce packers and Maganjo grain millers and also some small scale businesses like Balalo soy packers however these are not so threatening to the business since they produce in small quantities and also take a very small portion of the market. Capital requested: The shareholders will provide Ugx 40000000= and Ugx 20000000= will be secured as a loan from stanbic bank. The business also has an acre of land with established premises that will be used to operate the business. Collateral: The business will repay the loan in monthly installments for 3 years at an interest rate of 24.5 per cent. The monthly installment of Ugx 691700= will be paid by the business and in case the business fails to pay the loan within the agreed time, it has 1 acre of land with a land title in Kyabakuza which is valued at Ugx 30000000= and it will be used as collateral security.
  8. 8. Start up requirement schedule: particulars Ugx shs Shareholder’s capital 40000000 Bank loan 20000000 Total capital 60000000 Use of capital Registration 250000 Supplies/ raw materials 26000000 Milling machine 3000000 Office equipments 4000000 Other production machines 5000000 Advertisements 3500000 Transport 4000000 Electricity 500000 Salaries and wages 3000000 Packing materials 400000 Mixer 1200000 Miscellaneous expenses 3000000 Total expenses 58350000 Balance c/d 1650000 CHAPTER THREE DESCRIPTION OF THE BUSINESS 1.0 Introduction The name of the company is SM nutritious baby soy. SM is a name after the proprietor and the majority share holder of the company Ssenkumba Maurice. It will be a family business so that it can be passed on to grand children hence its survival for centuries. 1.1 Location of the Business
  9. 9. SM will be located in Kyabakuza trading centre 5km along Masaka- Mbarara high way in Kimanya Kyabakuza sub -county, Masaka district making it an ideal location for our business. The business will be located at Kyabakuza trading centre along Masaka Mbarara road because Kyabakuza trading is a populated town economically growing so there is an opportunity of setting up a baby soy company due to increasing number of schools, institutions, organizations, banking facilities, population among others that will provide market for our products. Availability of security is another factor that we shall consider while locating our business. We shall locate our business at Kyabakuza trading centre because of assured security due to presence of a police station in the area. More so, availability of good transport and communication network will enable easy transportation of both the raw materials to the production plant and transportation of the finished products to the market areas and good communication networks will ease communication to both the suppliers of raw materials and customers. Another factor we considered while choosing the location is the availability of power and water which are very important aspect in establishing a baby soy company. Mainly power will be used for running machines and lighting respectively. The growing size of the population due to increased birth rate among the people in the area and the increasing number of immigrants within Masaka district and neighboring districts of Lwengo, Lyantonde, Rakai and Sembabule at large. This will offer ready market for SM products hence choosing such location. 1.1.2 History of the Business SM nutritious baby soy will be a private limited company formed under the partnership act of 1890. SM nutritious baby soy limited is a new venture that will deal in the production of quality and nutritious baby soy to satisfy customer needs especially the families with babies. The company will provide convenient and affordable quality baby soy mainly to the residents of the former Masaka region and the whole of East Africa.
  10. 10. The business will start its operations in November, 2013 after acquiring the share capital of shs.40000000= and a loan from Stanbic bank of shs.20000000= to buy the necessary equipment and the starting raw materials. 1.1.3 Description of the Product The company will mainly produce baby soy in 1000gm, 500gm and 250gm respectively. The soy will be in powdered form and yellowish in colour due to the ingredients that will be used, the soy will be packed in paper bags that will be branded with the company logo so as to identify it from the products of the competitors. The ingredient that will be used in the processing of the baby soy will include; soya beans flour, nkejje, millet and silverfish among others. The baby soy will be at first for babies of the age of 7months to 5 years but after two years of operation the company will start to produce soy for elderly people so as to increase on its sales and also capture a bigger market share. 1.1.4 Market segmentation The baby soy will be produced for all classes namely the low, high, and middle income earners. Our market will be divided into three categories which include; The individual customers, these will include among others the house wives and this will be mainly through our door to door campaign of making people aware of our products. Organisations, these will include schools especially kindergartens and nurseries, orphanage centers, hospitals and child study centers (Sunday schools). And our last market segment will be retail shops and supermarkets both within and outside Masaka town and the supermarkets will include smart shoppers, downtown, and Tabulabyansi among others. 1.1.5 Characteristics of the product The baby soy will be packed in 1000gm, 500gm and 250gm respectively. The soy will be in powdered form and yellowish in colour due to the ingredients that will be used, the soy will be
  11. 11. packed in paper bags that will be branded with the company logo so as to distinguish it from the products of the competitors. The ingredient that will be used in the processing of the baby soy will include; soya beans flour, Nkejje, millet, rice and silverfish among others. The soy will vary from brand name which will include baby soy millet, baby soy Nkejje, baby soy rice, and baby soy maize. Since the product will be produced and packed in different flavors that is; nkejje, rice, millet and maize it will attract more people to buy the product basing on their tastes preferences. However the weakness of this product is that it will go bad easily because there will be no preservatives. Also since the product will be packed in paper bags its likely to be prone to weather conditions especially coldness which will spoil the soy. These weaknesses will be solved by first packaging the soy in polythene papers then put them in paper bags. The weakness of lack of preservatives will be solved through supplying in small numbers so that my customers especially retail shops and super markets are not over stocked. 1.1.6 Risks expected to occur Since the major source of energy there is a possibility of fire out break due to short circuit. However the management will install fire extinguishers so that in case of fire out break the extinguishers are used to stop it from destroying the company machines.
  12. 12. There is a risk of duplication especially from the small producers who produce poor quality products which may tarnish the image of the company. The company will solve this risk through monitoring the products in market so as to identify the duplicated products. There is a risk of workers especially those in the production department to get some accidents like cuts and wounds from the production machines. This will be solved through providing protective gears like groves, gum boots, helmets, nose masks and overalls Theft is also expected to be among the risks especially on the production plant so as to steal the production equipments like grinders and mixers. The risk will be solved through hiring a security guard to safe guard the company premises. 1.1.7 Future Prospects SM nutritious hopes to start up outlets in the towns of Masaka, Lyantonde, Kalisizo and Kampala and this will help the company to multiply its sales which in turn will lead to its development and growth. The company also hopes to expand the product line through introducing products for the elderly and also all ages of people also the company hopes to start producing maize and rice flour. There’s also a hope of producing to the outside world like Kenya, Tanzania and Southern Sudan. The company also hopes to produce animal feeds most especially the pigs since the spoiled baby soy can be eaten by the pigs also the maize brand will be used as animal feeds. 1.1.8 Goals and milestones SM nutritious baby Soy Company expects to achieve the following during its year of production. During the first year of operation SM nutritious company expects to be known by most of the people around the former Masaka region and this will help the company to increase its sales at 10 percent per month.
  13. 13. During the second year of operation the company expects to open up an outlet in Mbarara and this will help the company to increase and product awareness among the people of Mbarara Lyantonde and Bushenyi. The company also expects to expand it premises through buying land from the neighbors and this will increase its production and storage capacity and hence the growth and development of the company. The company also expects to buy land so that it starts to plant its own raw materials like maize, soya beans and millet. This will increase the production capacity of the company and also reduce on the costs of production. 1.1.9 Uniqueness of the business The company will be providing credit facilities to its trustworthy customers like schools, institutions, hospitals and supermarkets this will attract more people to buy the products of the business. Given the fact that the business will be producing different flavors like millet, maize, nkejje, and rice it will attract more people to buy its products due to the variety that will be produced unlike its competitors who only have at most two flavors. In the pack of 1000gm I will add 10gm and this will attract more customers to our products and also reduce the prices by 100 ugx for every category compared to my competitors and this will attract more customers to my product. MARKET ANALYSIS 1.2 Market segmentation The baby soy will be produced for all classes namely the low, high, and middle income earners. Our market will be divided into three categories which include;
  14. 14. The individual customers, these will include among others the house wives and this will be mainly through our door to door campaign of making people aware of our products. Organisations, these will include schools especially kindergartens and nurseries, orphanage centers, hospitals and child study centers (Sunday schools). And our last market segment will be retail shops and supermarkets both within and outside Masaka town and the supermarkets will include smart shoppers, downtown, and Tabulabyansi among others. 1.2.1 Product strategy SM nutritious baby Soy Company will use the following market mix to achieve its intended objectives. Price; The business will intend to use a competitive based pricing strategy to cater for business objectives and market position to generate revenue. We don’t intend to charge very high price even when our products will be of a n excellent quality compared to our competitors’. On the market 1000gm, 500gm and 250gm cost shs. 12000, shs. 6500, and shs.2000 respectively Product; At SM we shall deal in production of baby soy for babies between 7 months and 5 years but as time goes on we will diversify our production to cater for all the classes of people (the elderly, children and the youth). The soy will be in weights of 1010gm, 505gm and 255gm. The soy will be in powdered form and yellowish in colour packed in polythene and paper bags outside beautifully branded with the company logo and description “Baby soya the mystery behind healthy babies”. Given the fact that the weight will exceed slightly above my competitors then it means that with no doubt the product will meet customer’s expectations of value for money since they will be buying more at a relatively cheaper price compared to our competitors’. Place; SM Nutritious Baby Soy Company will be located in Kyabakuza trading center along Masaka Mbarara road this place is strategic since the travelers will be able to see our company
  15. 15. and this will provide publicity to our product hence increasing product awareness among the people which in turn will lead to increased demand for our product. Promotion; At SM we believe that advertisement plays a very big role to the sales of the company so the company has put aside big sums of money so as to create awareness among the potential customers and increase its sales thus its growth and development. The share holders will also use social functions like attending funeral ceremonies, burials, church functions and this will help the company to gain acceptance and fame among the people. The word of mouth advertising via quality output is a strong selling point. So the company hopes to employ a group of foot sales representative and this will promote personal contact between the public and the company and hence attract more people to our products. Occasional community donations and production gifts to outstanding community figures will also help us in achieving our objective of being in touch with our clients. We will also take the product to the consumers and let them sample the product to help create brand awareness. Also adverts will be taken to local radio stations which will include central broad casting services (CBS), radio Buddu and Bukedde. These adverts will create awareness among the public and this will attract more people to buy our product. Advertisement schedule on the Radios Radio station Time Programme Cost (ugx) CBS fm 7:30 am-8:00 am Kalisoliso 450000 Bukedde fm 1:00 pm- 3:00 pm Akafa omukuto 300000 Buddu fm 1:00pm Ekyemisana 250000
  16. 16. We shall also use flyers, posters and brochures as a means of developing customer awareness about our product. Graphic materials like posters, flyers and brochures create awareness among the potential customers who can read and those that cannot read will be reached through radio adverts. A copy of the brochure and business card is shown in the appendices. Pricing strategy The business will intend to use a competitive based pricing strategy to cater for business objectives and market position to generate revenue. We don’t intend to charge very high price even when our products will be of a n excellent quality compared to our competitors’. On the market 1000gm, 500gm and 250gm cost shs 13000, shs 6500, shs,2000 but ours will be slightly lower by shs.100 on all the three categories. Distribution strategy Promotional strategy At SM we believe that advertisement plays a very big role to the sales of the company so the company has put aside big sums of money so as to create awareness among the potential customers and increase its sales thus its growth and development. The share holders will also use social functions like attending funeral ceremonies, burials, church functions and this will help the company to gain acceptance and fame among the people. The word of mouth advertising via quality output is a strong selling point. So the company hopes to employ a group of foot sales representative and this will promote personal contact between the public and the company and hence attract more people to our products. Occasional community donations and production gifts to outstanding community figures will also help us in achieving our objective of being in touch with our clients. We will also take the product to the consumers and let them sample the product to help create brand awareness.
  17. 17. Also adverts will be taken to local radio stations which will include central broad casting services (CBS), radio Buddu and Bukedde. These adverts will create awareness among the public and this will attract more people to buy our product. Advertisement schedule on the Radios Radio station Time Programme Cost (ugx) CBS fm 7:30 am-8:00 am Kalisoliso 450000 Bukedde fm 1:00 pm- 3:00 pm Akafa omukuo 300000 Buddu fm 1:00pm Ekyemisana 250000 We shall also use flyers, posters and brochures as a means of developing customer awareness about our product. Graphic materials like posters, flyers and brochures create awareness among the potential customers who can read and those that cannot read will be reached through radio adverts. A copy of the brochure and business card is shown in the appendices. Forecasted promotional costs particulars Cost per unit Time Cost(ugx) CBS FM 450000 2 months 900000 Bukedde fm 300000 3months 900000 Buddu fm 250000 3months 750000 Brochure and flyers 200000 5 months 200000 Door to door 150000 5 months 750000 Total 3500000 Market research Sales and revenue forecast Forecasted market share
  18. 18. Marketing plan SM products will be truly unique in the market place. The look, feel and taste of its baby soy when compared with the competitor’s will over score their quality and value . Our product line will react to the needs and desires of the customer , thereby encouraging repeated and word of mouth sales . Our market share will be driven by three models as shown below; Share preference ; This will be increased through quality products, relatively low prices in relation to our competitors and promotional changes through intensive advertisements on radio stations, posters and many other forms of advertisements.. Share of voice ; This will be through our door to door campaign as this will increase awareness among the people as far as SM products are concerned and this will attract more be to buy our products and leave the products of our competitors. Thus, share of voice will increase our sales and hence capturing a bigger market share. Share of distribution; this will be increased through more intensive distribution.
  19. 19. Sales and distribution The schools will be supplied once a week with 20kgs and they will be valued at shs. 12000 Hospitals will be supplied once in two weeks with 15kgs and they will be at shs. 12000 Retail shops atleast 10 shops in Masaka town will be supplied with at least 3kgs packs, 5kgs in packs of 500gms and 5kgs in packs of 250 gms and they will be valued at shs.12000, shs 6400 and shs.2000 respectively. These shops will be supplied once in a month. Supermarkets will be estimated to be 5 and they will be supplied with 10kgs (4kgs in1kg packs, 3kgs in 500gms packs and 3kgs in 250gms packs) at the same price as retail shops. List of customers  The individual customers especially households in the nearby villages  Organisations, these will include schools especially kindergartens and nurseries, orphanage centers, hospitals and child study centers (Sunday schools).  Retail shops and supermarkets both within and outside Masaka town and the supermarkets will include smart shoppers, downtown, and Tabulabyansi among others. Competition and competitive age Basing on the survey carried out by the managing director the company is operating in a relatively competitive market where there’s competition from locally made baby soy by companies like Kayebe sauce packers and Maganjo grain millers and also some small scale businesses like Balalo soy packers however these are not so threatening to the business since they produce in small quantities and also take a very small portion of the market.
  20. 20. Assessment of competitors The leading producer in this industry is Maganjo and this is because the company has existed for a longer period and according to the survey the company was started in 1979 this has helped it to acquire experience and trust from the public. However, this company has some weakness operational and management operations which need improvement. Other competitors like NUMA, Kayebe, Balalo and East African Baby Soy are not so much known by the people though they have stayed in the market for quite long time so if SM makes intensive advertisements it can easily out compete them. Also given the fact that most of the companies are situated in Kampala it will be easy for SM to take over the Masaka region and its neighbouring districts within a very short time due to relatively cheaper costs of reaching these areas compared to the competitors who are far from Masaka. MANUFACTURING / OPERATIONAL PLAN Location of the Business SM will be located in Kyabakuza trading centre 5km along Masaka- Mbarara high way in Kimanya Kyabakuza sub -county, Masaka district making it an ideal location for our business. The business will be located at Kyabakuza trading centre along Masaka Mbarara road because Kyabakuza trading is a populated town economically growing so there is an opportunity of setting up a baby soy company due to increasing number of schools, institutions, organizations, banking facilities, population among others that will provide market for our products. Production characteristics The company is going to use the following raw materials for its production;  Soya beans, this is the primary ingredient in any baby soy recipe. Soya beans cotain carbohydrates and proteins. These will be crushed by the milling machine which will transform them into powdered form and then they will be mixed with other materials to produce the baby soy. They will be got from the areas of Kabale, and Kisoro among others plus the local farmers around.
  21. 21.  Millet, will also be grinded to powder form and will be mixed with other components to come up with the baby soy. They will be got from Kabale, Tororo, Butaleja and Soroti among others.  “Nkejje,” this will be got from Lambu and Bukakata.  Maize, will be got from Mayuge and Kiboga districts and also from the local farmers around. Maize will be used because it contains proteins and carbohydrate which provide energy to the children and also the proteins help in brain growth of the children  Cassava, will be got from Soroti, Arua and also from the local farmers. The cassava will be mainly used because it contains starch which makes the body strong.  Powdered milk from Kampala by Sameer industries and Fresh diaries ltd.  Water, Equipment used In order for SM to start operating there number of equipments needed ranging from grinders to mixers. Below is the equipments schedule that SM requires to start operating equipment description cost mixer Vollrath 40757 20 Qt. mixer  Two timer with automatic changeover from low to high speed 500000 Grinder Model: Shaughan Brand: JAC 2500000 Shiver H3R- 356 56”x 96” stainless 300000 Computer Dell corei3 1200000 Milling machine 2600000 The manufacturing process When the soya beans, cassava and maize are collected from the store they have to be put on the shiver so that stones and other dirty materials are removed so that they do not destroy the milling machine, then the soy beans, maize and cassava are put into the milling machine and turned into
  22. 22. flour which is collected in the sacks and taken to the mixer so that it can be combined with other materials like milk, millet. For the case of millet and “Nkejje” these are put into the grinder so that they are crushed to powder as this makes them easily dissolved in the flour of soy and maize together with cassava. Once that has been done then the different powdered materials are taken to the mixer and this dissolve the different flour so that once recipe is produced with the combination of all the ingredients. Then once this is all done then the recipe is packed into the plastic bags which are then put into the paper bags which are branded with our company logo of SM nutritious baby soy. However before the sealing of the different packs they have to be put on a measurement so as to ensure uniformity in the weights of our products and also gain trust of our customers through correct measurements of our products. Costs and analysis The company will need shs 26000000= to buy the necessary raw materials which will include soya beans, cassava(dried), millet, nkejje, maize, water and powdered milk among other. particulars Cost per unit units Total cost Soya beans 2500 4000kgs 10000000 maize 600 2500kgs 15000000 millet 400 2000kgs 800000 cassava 900 2000kgs 1800000 nkejje 2000 2000kgs 4000000 Powdered milk 3500 2000kgs 7000000 water 500000 others 3000000 Total 25600000
  23. 23. ORGANISATION PLAN The organisation plan or management plan is intended to stipulate how the management will be in our organisation right from the board of directors to the casual labouers. Board of Directors SM nutritious baby soy will be started by two people who will contribute share capital of shs. 40000000(forty million) Madam Nankumba Annet and Mr. Ssenkumba Maurice will be the two people to start SM nutritious baby soy and hence the directors of the company. Mr. Ssenkumba Maurice is 25 years of age and pursuing a Bachelors degree in Business Administration and Management from Uganda Martyrs University, Nkozi. He has 3 years of experience in management since he has been working as the assistant manager of Radio Buddu. Mr. Ssenkumba who is the proprietor of SM will be also the managing director of the company due to the vast experience he holds from the field of management and business administration He will also act as the human resource manager during the first year of operation so as to cut the costs of hiring the human resource manager. Madam Nankumba Annet, who is 35 years old, will be the finance and marketing officer during the first year of operation. She has a Bachelors degree in commerce from Makerere business School (MUBS). Madam Nankumba has vast experience in the field of finance since she has been working as the chief finance officer of MK electro watts for 10 years. Management personnel Managing director: as earlier mentioned Mr. Ssenkumba Maurice will work as the managing director and human resource manager during the first year of operation of SM nutritious baby Soy Company.
  24. 24. Finance manager: the finance and marketing officer will be Madam Nankumba Annet and she will be charged with overseeing the entire accounting and marketing departments of the company as early as its first years of operation. Production manager: Kato Paul will be the production officer/ manager and he will be charged with overseeing the entire production department. He has a bachelors degree in foods and nutrition and has worked with Kayebe sauce packers as the assistant productions manager for 4 years. Job description and specification Board of Directors  Degree in any business related course  Professional course like charted institute of management(CIM A) an added advantage.  Experience of 3years in a recognized organisation  High degree of public relations  Overseeing the management  Make decisions on behalf of the company  Making informed future forecasts for the company Managing director  Degree in any business related course  Professional course like charted institute of management (CIMA) an added advantage.  Minimum of 2 years of working experience  High level of integrity, and willingness to mentor and advise others.  Making major decisions on behalf of the company  Advisisng the management on the course of action to take Financial manager  Degree in any business related  Strong and well vast with the latest  Making financial projections for the
  25. 25. course with accounting  A professional accounting course like CPA, ACCA accounting principles  Experience of 2 years  Must be a computer literate. company  Preparing the necessary financial statements as required by the management Marketing manager  Degree in any business related course majoring in marketing  Any professional course is an added advantage  High degree of public relations  Experience of 3 years in a related field  Searching for new market for the organisation.  Advising th management on the marketing techniques to use so as to capture a bigger market share Production manager  Degree in foods and nutrition  Good supervising skill  Experience of at least 2 year I a related field.  Baby soy making skills  Maintaining the quality of the products.  Supervising of workers during the production process Human resource manager  Degree in any business related course  Social and approachable  Experience of two years  Recruiting of workers  Interviewing and rewarding employees  Punishing poor performers Casual labourers  Minimum ordinary level certificate  Punctual at work  Strong and energetic  loading and offloading of materials
  26. 26.  helping the production manager during the production process Security guard  minimum of ordinary certificate  minimum 1 year experience  criminal free records  safe guarding the company premises. Staff personnel schedule Job title Number Qualification Age Experience Casual labourers 4 Ordinary level 20-35 1 year Security guard 1 Ordinary level 25- 50 1 year cleaner 1 Primary level 19-30 None

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