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Quantitative method ( NPV ) 1. Revenue analysis *Hotdog Revenue per month comes from Revenue per month comes from budgeted sales : - About 100 pieces / day - Average price of each hotdog is ~25.000 VND - Cost to make a hotdog is ~10.000 VND - 1 day : 25.000VND x 100pieces = 2.500.000 VND  1 month : 2,500,000 x 30 = 75.000.000 VND Discount 5% when the customers show the student’s card of them at K for the first grand opening month ->; Equivalent total of discount in the first month : 75,000,000 x 5% = 71,250,000 VND Net revenue per month = equivalent revenue of a month – sales allowance hot dog = 75.000.000 - 71,250,000 = 3,750,000 VND
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