Gwrys Yn Kernow Dome Events (Events, Entertainment, Food & Beverage) - To evaluate the feasibility of setting up the events, entertainment, food and beverage segment at an eco dome resort in Cornwall.
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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The proposed business was chosen because there is a gap in the market for something new to be established. The business idea has a unique selling point by using geodesic domes as the venue. The aim of the project was to ‘To create profitable and successful events and entertainment at an eco dome resort that is capable of high profitability’. The site is 6 acres of land located on 16 acres of land, which is shared with the resort using geodesic domes for accommodation. On the site there will be a 36ft dome with three 16 foot domes connected to create the main venue which will include an entrance area, a bar area, a storage area and the main room. It will be available to be hired out for parties as well as events held by the business, inviting locals. The business will become operational from April 2014 so marketing will be completed in the months leading up to April. A business plan has been created stating the important elements of the business using market research, primary and secondary, to back up points. It also shows the financial performance of the business, which is good as the business makes a profit every year starting at £16,506 in the first year and increasing to £113,275 in the third year.
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