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  1. 1. FoodPayDelivering Happiness
  2. 2. We are a small team of problem solvers, designers, thinkers and tinkers, working around the clock to make foodpay the most powerful online tool for food delivery in the universe. We believe that ordering food should be easy, fast and definitely fun! We wanted something simpler, so we made it. Foodpay food delivery Staying in the office for lunch? No more wondering what is available near you. foodpay has online menus from the staggering selection of delivery restaurants around you. Simply enter your post code and search for cuisine type, restaurants or even price range. The restaurant index also includes address and delivery hours. No online food delivery is too difficult for foodpay! Food delivery service has never been made easier! INTRODUCTION Delivering Happiness
  3. 3. 3 Capitalist Slides  Wide variety of Indian cuisine.  Located in the booming, and rapidly expanding city of Jaipur.  Inspired menu with a blend of varieties of Indian dishes.  Unlimited dishes with Unlimited Range of Marketplace  Relaxed, friendly and correct service  Hiring of experienced staff EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Your great subtitle in this line
  4. 4. 4 Capitalist Slides  Keeping food cost under 10% revenue.  Stay in the restaurant business with excellent food and service  Expand our marketing and advertising in neighboring areas and cities. OBJECTIVES Your great subtitle in this line
  5. 5. 5 Capitalist Slides Great tasting food, but have efficient and friendly service Choice for all families and singles, young and old, male or female. Enjoy the food when and where everyone want Save the time  Solve the Vehicle Parking Problem MISSION Your great subtitle in this line
  6. 6. 6 Capitalist Slides Demographic Consumer foodservice in India continued to record strong double-digit growth in current value terms in 2013. This growth was mainly driven by an increase in the average spending on eating out by middle-class households. This growth from urban areas was supported by an increase in the number of nuclear families and working women, steady growth in incomes and greater accessibility to a wide choice of restaurants. India also offers a wealth of young people, a key consumer group for food chains. There has also been a drastic change in lifestyles and eating patterns, which has led to a large increase in the number of people eating out regularly 2015 2016 2017 2018 US$ 2.8 billion 60% 70% US$ 78 billion FOOD MARKET SIZE (INDIA) Your great subtitle in this line
  7. 7. 7 Capitalist Slides FOOD HABITS OF INDIAN YOUTH Your great subtitle in this line  31% of Indians are vegetarians for religious and cultural reasons while the rest of the population eat fish and meat  Hindus, the dominant element of the population, strictly abstain from eating beef  Consumption of pork is also limited to a relatively small base  Dining out is popular amongst many Indian consumers, particularly in urban areas, facilitated by busier lifestyles and higher levels of disposable income. Indeed, value sales at full-service restaurants have increased steadily in recent years, with consumers largely preferring independent rather than chained venues.  It is also becoming more common for some consumers to order food for takeaway to eat at home during the week and then to dine out in restaurants
  8. 8. 8 Capitalist Slides FOOD HABITS OF INDIAN YOUTH Your great subtitle in this line  Since a dip in 2009, demand for home delivery/takeaway meals has been increasing steadily, with value sales  reaching nearly Rs2.2 billion in 2013.  Fast food has become highly palatable to the teens and consumers in their early twenties, with international fast  food chains like KFC and McDonalds, Subway, Domino’s Dunkin Donuts particularly popular.
  9. 9. 9 Capitalist Slides FOOD HABITS OF INDIAN YOUTH Your great subtitle in this line  Young consumers consider eating at these places to be fashionable, allowing them to feel a part of the international youth culture.  The menus in Indian outlets tend to differ from those in other countries with high consumption of beef. There is also  high demand for indigenous meals from independent fast food venues  Many consumers purchase snacks and other food items from the numerous street stalls and kiosks. Street food  like pav bhaji, dosas, pani puri etc are very popular in India.
  10. 10. 10 Capitalist Slides INDIAN FOOD SERVICE MARKET Your great subtitle in this line  Indian food services industry is estimated to be nearly worth USD 41.3 billion and is growing at a healthy compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11%. The Organized  Food Service Industry is worth $13.79 bn (approx. 33% of total Indian Food Service Industry) and growing at 17%. The F&B food service sector in India comprises two distinct market segments:  a) Organised – Chain and licensed standalone players across quick service restaurants, full service casual and fine dining restaurants, hotels, bars and lounges, cafes and frozen desert formats  b) Unorganised – Dhabas (Roadside restaurants serving as truck stops and serving Indian cuisine), street stalls, halwai (sweet shops), road side vendors, food carts, etc
  11. 11. 11 Capitalist Slides Current Market Share30% 12-14% 45% CAGR (compound annual growth rate ) Expected Market Share by 2017 Organized INDIAN FOOD SERVICE Your great subtitle in this line
  12. 12. 12 Capitalist Slides Current Market Share70% 8-10% 55% CAGR (compound annual growth rate ) Expected Market Share by 2017 UnOrganized INDIAN FOOD SERVICE Your great subtitle in this line
  13. 13. 13 Capitalist Slides Entrepreneur’s personal resources Financial institutions Venture capitalists Angel investors Unusual resources Public offering POSSIBLE FINANCING OPTIONS Your great subtitle in this line
  14. 14. 14 Capitalist Slides Evaluating Financing Options Your great subtitle in this line Personal Resources Financial Institutions Angel Investors Public Offerings Unusual Sources Personal Control Risk Personal Rewards Potential H H H L-M L L-M L-M L L-H L L L L-M L-H L-H L-LOW , M-MEDIUM , H-HIGH
  15. 15. 15 Capitalist Slides Our strategy is simple, we intend to succeed by giving people a combination of excellent and interesting food in an environment that appeals to a wide and varied group of people. We will focus on maintaining quality and establishing a strong identity in our community. We will keep our standards high and execute the concept so that word-of- mouth will be our main marketing force. We will create an appealing and entertaining environment and food with unbeatable quality at an exceptional price.. Strategy And Implementation Summary Your great subtitle in this line
  16. 16. 16 Capitalist Slides  The second basic objective of Marketing Department is that it meets the budget in the required time span. The marketing department of Foodpay Food is to promote its products and make the future plan to live in the budget. Foodpay has two marketing objectives. The first is to create the awareness and provide the following information to the authorities of Foodpay : Marketing plan Your great subtitle in this line To show the marketing position of the organization.  To show the market share of Foodpay To give suggestion to the higher authorities for the future improvement. This department provides the information about their competitors to the higher authorities of Foodpay.
  17. 17. 17 Capitalist Slides Foodpay characteristics Foodpay will be marketed to people on the basis of demographic, psychographic and geographic characteristics. Market segmentation Your great subtitle in this line Behavioral characteristics: In behavioral aspect they segmented the market on the basis of quality, taste a price. Following are the different possible segments in this regard. Taste conscious Quality conscious Class conscious Combination of price and quality
  18. 18. 18 Capitalist Slides Demographic characteristics: Demographic characteristics include age, sex, occupation, education, income and race. We segmented our market on following bases. Market segmentation Your great subtitle in this line Gender: Foodpay is for each gender both male and female.  Income Everyone can use the Foodpay service upper and middle class  Age: Age limitation for using this product any age group.  Occupation: By profession also everyone can use this product means businessman student workers and other people.
  19. 19. 19 Capitalist Slides Foodpay Market Penetration: MARKET PENETRATION Your great subtitle in this line Entry into the market should not be a problem. Restaurant has high visibility on the web. The local residents and students always support new restaurants because of their curiosity. In addition, Rs.10,000 has been budgeted for a pre-opening advertising and public relations campaign.
  20. 20. 20 Capitalist Slides Foodpay Market Feasibility Study Market Feasibility Study Your great subtitle in this line A market feasibility study is essential to gauge the practicality, prospects, potential of the project, and therefore it’s feasibility We would obtain an online sample of a survey or a field research survey and conduct a research to gauge the tastes and preferences of the localities. The survey would be done on about 120 people residents of Jaipur and Delhi respectively of all category of people who fall into our target market. From the survey, we will come up with a SWOT analysis and marketing strategy to follow.
  21. 21. 21 Capitalist Slides S W T O  First mover advantage  Economies of Scale  Varieties of food of the cuisine  Large number of bachelors/students/IT professionals  Catering to a wide range of people  No similar type of Service in same State  High cost of operation  Not from a Well known group  Pricing  Competition  Don’t Have Pre-Funding  New Capture in other Cities of the India  Offer greater variety  High growth in these areas.  Rising standard of living  Other concept restaurants  People may be restrictive  Pay Commission to Payment Gateway Strengths Weakness Opportunities Threats SWOT ANALYSIS Your great subtitle in this line
  22. 22. 22 Capitalist Slides 1 Marketing Research Mobile Experience Google Ads Content Marketing Social Media 2 3 4 5 MARKETING LAUNCH PLAN Your great subtitle in this line
  23. 23. 23 Although the restaurant industry is very competitive, the lifestyle changes created by modern living continue to fuel its steady growth. Change for High Quality If the business is meeting its projections in an year then, we will start scouting for a second Big Investment with Increase Brand Advertisements and develop plans for the next Step. Investment Plan Restaurants 500 Orders/per Day 1000 Metro Cities 10 Investment 5 1st Plan & Implémentation Your great subtitle in this line
  24. 24. 24 Capitalist Slides Aug 2015: OUR BEGINNING: Start the website and go live it online with required system Sep 2015: Open Merchant Registration Start the Registration Process of Restaurant Dec 2015: Reach till 500 Restaurants Will Achieve the 1st target of Registration of minimum 500 Registrations Jan 2016: Order Accepting Will start the Orders Accepting Process OUR TIMELINE Your great subtitle in this line
  25. 25. 25 Capitalist Slides May 2016: 500 Orders/per Day Will achieve 1st Target of Minimum 500 Orders Per Day. Average 1 Order to per restaurant Dec 2016: 1500 Orders/per Day Will achieve 2nd Target of Minimum 1500 Orders Per Day. Average 3 Order to per restaurant Jan 2017, Next Plan Will Plan for 2nd Funding for Brands Marketing and TV commercials
  26. 26. 26 Capitalist Slides 5 STEPS OF PROCESS “Check-ing” in your business Signup Restaurant Update Menu Get Orders Delivered Orders Earn Money The Simple Process Staying in the office for lunch? No more wondering what is available near you. foodpay has online menus from the staggering selection of delivery restaurants around you. Simply enter your post code and search for cuisine type, restaurants or even price range. The restaurant index also includes address and delivery hours. No online food delivery is too difficult for foodpay! Food delivery service has never been made easier!
  27. 27. Signup the Restaurant Directly via website and restaurant own can signup easily with their information Foodpay will ask some basic documents like license , bank details, PAN No. S.T. No. Etc Admin will Check the Document and Approved the Account and get Live the Account on Our Marketplace Account Signup Documents Get Approved Signup Documents Approved Merchant Signup Process Your great subtitle in this line
  28. 28. 28 Capitalist Slides Foodpanda Bawarchi TastyKhana Just Eat Paradise Established brand hotels Competition/Competitive Advantage Your great subtitle in this line Online Offline
  29. 29. 29 Capitalist Slides customer's experience Discount Coupons Free Home Delivery Word’s Of Mouth Word’s Of Mouth Discount Coupons Free Home Delivery Customer's experience Cashback Quality Cashback Quality Our Sales Strategy Your great subtitle in this line
  30. 30. 30 Capitalist Slides Starting the Service with 1st investment Plan Start up 2016 Target the 500 Restaurants in 10 Cities and 500-1200 Orders/Day 2015 2016 On the Basis of Profit and ROI, will Plan for 2nd Investment for Brands Promotions Plan to acquisition of Competitiors to Increase the Range of Foodpay 2017 2018 OUR BUILDING Summary Your great subtitle in this line
  31. 31. 31 Capitalist Slides Investment and ROI Your great subtitle in this line Merchant Registration Process Website & App Developments Online Marketing Offline Marketing Promotions/Cashback/Offers 1st monthInvestment Area 2nd Month 3rd Month 4th Month 50k INR= 800 USD 50k INR= 800 USD 40k INR= 600 USD 40k INR= 600 USD NIL NIL NIL Low 50k INR= 800 USD 50k INR= 800 USD 50k INR= 800 USD 50k INR= 800 USD 40k INR= 600 USD 30k INR= 500 USD 40k INR= 600 USD 50k INR= 800 USD 50k INR= 800 USD 30k INR= 500 USD 30k INR= 500 USD 30k INR= 500 USD Office Expense 150k INR= 2400 USD 150k INR= 2400 USD 150k INR= 2400 USD 150k INR= 2400 USD
  32. 32. 32 Capitalist Slides Return of Investment (2016) March April May June July No. Of OrdersMonth Min. Total Value Total Value Total Earn (10%) August January February September October November December 100x31 250 INR= 4 USD 775K INR= 12916 USD 77.5K INR= 1291 USD 200x28 300x31 400x30 500x31 600x30 700x31 800x31 900x30 1000x31 1100x30 1200x31 250 INR= 4 USD 250 INR= 4 USD 250 INR= 4 USD 250 INR= 4 USD 250 INR= 4 USD 250 INR= 4 USD 250 INR= 4 USD 250 INR= 4 USD 250 INR= 4 USD 250 INR= 4 USD 250 INR= 4 USD 1400K INR= 23334 USD 140K INR= 2334 USD 2325K INR= 38750 USD 232.5K INR= 3875 USD 3000K INR= 50000 USD 300K INR= 5000 USD 3875K INR= 64584 USD 4500K INR= 75000 USD 387.5K INR= 6458 USD 450K INR= 7500 USD 5425K INR= 90417 USD 542.5K INR= 9041.7 USD 6200K INR= 103k USD 620K INR= 10k USD 6750K INR= 112k USD 675K INR= 11.2k USD 7750K INR= 129k USD 775K INR= 12.9k USD 8250K INR= 137k USD 825K INR= 13.7k USD 9300K INR= 155k USD 930K INR= 15.5k USD =207700 Orders 51925000 INR=865416 USD 5192500 INR= 86541 USD
  33. 33. 33 Capitalist Slides SMS Marketing Email Marketing Social Adwords Blogs SEOViral Marketing Multimedia Coupon Website Meeting Affiliates Cashback Our MARKETING TREND Your great subtitle in this line
  34. 34. 34 Capitalist Slides As we Know We faced issues to Find out daily Useful Utilities things Like Finding the Milk Man, Vegetable Shop , Grocery Products so we are Planning to Connect Another Module in Same Marketplace (foodpay) .in which anyone can subscribers on monthly Price and can receive the Utility as per schedule basis. Monthly Utilities Subscription Service What Unique We are Planning ? Your great subtitle in this line
  35. 35. 35 Capitalist Slides Hemant Kumar Founder and CEO B.S.Rawat CMO Lakki Singhal CTO MEET OUR GREAT TEAM Your great subtitle in this line
  36. 36. 36 Capitalist Slides Hems Technosys Founded in 2010 as proprietor Firm name as “Serve Infotech”, But Later on it is Hems Technosys Pvt Ltd. The Firm was founded by entrepreneurs who had extensive experience in Information Technology, Market implementation and Converging Technology. Hems Technosys employees over many employees, many of whom are engineers with advanced degrees and extensive training in fields such as software development, hardware and networking solution and design optimization. Hems helping businesses around the world to develop strong, successful online presences. Hems Technosys Pvt. Ltd Founded Since 2010 About Background Your great subtitle in this line
  37. 37. 37 Capitalist Slides Hems Mail Enterprises Email Marketing Service Opay.in Online Mobile, DTH Recharge and Postpaid Payment Service Opaydeal Ecommerce Shopping Marketplace Hems Media Enterprises SMS Marketing Service Mailcot Cloud SMTP Service for SME eseoz Online Marketing Service Hems : At a Glance Your great subtitle in this line
  38. 38. 38 Capitalist Slides Hems : At a Glance Your great subtitle in this line Hems Service Excellence Award-2015 By Brands Academy ISO 9001: 2008 By JAS-ANZ 5000+ Happy Clients In more than 100 Countries Adwords Certification By Google
  39. 39. 39 Izabal Slides OUR GREAT TARGET Your great subtitle in this line Target Analysis After the venture starts, we will keep a close eye on sales and profit. If we are on target at the end of year 1, we will look to expand to a second unit.
  40. 40. Address Hems Technosys Pvt. Ltd 313 Lane No. 6 Rajapark Jaipur Rajasthan, India Phone Direct Line: 0141-26222915 Toll Free: 1800-200-4221 info@hemstechnosys.com Social Media Facebook.com/foodpayindia GET IT IN TOUCH Your great subtitle in this line

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