Hot dog cart financial project

Frank is going to pursue additional financing from the local bank. The bank will require some insight into how Frank’s business will be

successful and sustainable.

Prepare a short write up (approximately 1 page) explaining to the bank why your (Frank’s) business will be viable.  Submission could

include (but are not limited to) location, time of year, target consumer, pricing, anticipated sales volume, and what makes your hot dogs


For example: “I take night classes at a university so I can make myself available for my target consumer – the ever-hungry college

student. These students are voracious hot dog connoisseurs and are looking for the next level of pork perfection. This is where my

business stands out. I will provide a high quality, low cost weenie that will leave the consumers satisfied. For less than $5, I will give

the taste buds of my customers an experience to remember and leave them clamoring for the next connection with my carnivore’s dream.  That

is not all, I have also secured a vendor partnership with a local tofu-doggery where I can provide the means to satiate the appetite of

the vegan population as well. My cart is earth conscious and is powered by recycled hot dog leftovers. This new composting technology,

coined “dog-posting” also creates an aroma of hot dog deliciousness that will draw the crowds from afar.”

This brief write up is an exaggeration and can be scaled back or built out to demonstrate where you want to differentiate your submission.

This was meant to show you that this can also be a fun exercise and you can get creative with your (Frank’s) new business.

Prepare DRAFT estimated financial statements for the bank to consider.
Use this template: Hot Dog Cart Financials.xlsx

The financial statements are going to be basic and will build on your fundamental knowledge from the first three chapters of the book. You

will provide

A basic income statement showing your expected sales and expenses (less than 1 page in total).
A partial balance sheet that will list the types of assets you need (less than 1 page in total). You should include the following

items [cart, hot dogs, buns, mustard, ketchup]and add up to 5 more of your own choosing.

You can use the assets and expenses that were discussed during the week 3 group brainstorm on part I of the project. You may also want to

refer to the following sites or do research on your own to get some idea of basic pricing.



“December 31,
Assets (expand the list to include all assets)
Current assets:
Cash and cash equivalents     $10,610
Accounts receivable     13,643
Inventories     1,351
Other     3,614
Total current assets     72,513
“Property and equipment, net of accumulated depreciation
of ____”     8,010
Total assets     $112,243

Liabilities and stockholders’ equity (Not needed for Part 1)
Current liabilities:
Accounts payable
Accrued expenses
Total current liabilities
Long-term debt
Total liabilities
Commitments and contingencies
Stockholders’ equity:
Money from Mom & Dad
Total stockholders’ equity
Total liabilities and stockholders’ equity

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