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Developing a Business Plan to Open a Fitness Center

ФИО студента: Ilya Gulyaev

Руководитель: Elena L. Zueva

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Economics, Management, and Business Informatics

Программа: Management (Bachelor)

Год защиты: 2017

This project includes the process of developing a business plan for opening a fitness center in the Perm market. The project will solve the problem of the lack of a business strategy for a specific idea for the opening of a fitness center locating at 6 1st Krasnoarmeyskaya street. The work consists of two chapters, a table of contents, an introduction, a list of literature, conclusions and annexes. The first chapter presents the theoretical foundations of business planning, its fundamentals and structure. The second chapter describes the process of preparing a business plan for a fitness center based on financial analysis and calculation of economic performance indicators of the project. Financial calculations proved the investment attractiveness of the project. This project is for the private implementation.

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