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Case
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Reference no. 395-080-1
Published by: London Business School
Published in: 1995
Length: 2 pages
Data source: Field research

Abstract

This is an excerpt from the second of a two case series (395-079-1 and 395- 080-1) focusing on the business plan and what it takes to start a new business. The plan is for a chain of fresh Italian bakery shops at a time when similar fresh baked goods were not readily available on a wide scale in the UK. While the plan is simple and straightforward, there are a number of complicated market and operational issues involved in actually getting the business going. Following starting-up, the company falters and the business concept has to be modified.
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1987

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Abstract

This is an excerpt from the second of a two case series (395-079-1 and 395- 080-1) focusing on the business plan and what it takes to start a new business. The plan is for a chain of fresh Italian bakery shops at a time when similar fresh baked goods were not readily available on a wide scale in the UK. While the plan is simple and straightforward, there are a number of complicated market and operational issues involved in actually getting the business going. Following starting-up, the company falters and the business concept has to be modified.

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Other setting(s):
1987

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