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Stadium Concessions Division Proposal Bill “Bratz” Major Matt “DJ Cheesesteakz” Powers
Prestige Worldwide - Stadium Concessions Division Business Model Prestige Worldwide has already cornered the music industry’s mobile karaoke party niche, so it’s time to branch out to the wide world of sports Real sports fans want quality We scoured the country for the best of everything and brought our aviation backgrounds (and party skillz) to bear in the development of a quality concession distribution and sales network
Who are some of our suppliers?
Prestige Worldwide (Stadium Concessions Division) Business Model Cheesesteaks From Philly
Coffee From Seattle
Brats From Chicago
Prestige Worldwide (Stadium Concessions Division) Business Model Peanuts From Atlanta
Prestige Worldwide (Stadium Concessions Division) Business Model Malts From L.A.
Prestige Worldwide (Stadium Concessions Division) Business Model Wings From Dallas
Who will be the concession stand employees?
What kind of security do we provide for your investment?
What are our expected profits?
Who will invest?
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Supply and Demand Qualcomm Stadium Century Link Field Soldier Field Metro Dome Georgia Dome Lincoln Financial Field
Representing Ground Transportation Costs Dummy return arc from sink to source for flow control Multi-Commodity Flow Single Commodity Flow
Included Backup Local Suppliers
Enhanced View of Chicago’s Node Cluster Dummy return arc from sink to source for flow control Multi-Commodity Flow Single Commodity Flow UL = Brat Demand UL = Brat Supply -C r C gt C at CpCp CpCp C gt C at -C r -C lp Production Cost Ground Transportation cost Air Transportation Cost Revenue Profit from sales of local items Premium Brat Supplier Local Multi-Commodity Retailer Soldier Field UL = Brat Demand* Demand only satisfied locally if premium supplier falls short *
Attack on Suppliers Premium Supplier Can’t Satisfy Demand Flow of malts out of LA and through everywhere else is interrupted All other commodities can flow through the red arcs Premium production cost incurred for buying malts from local vendors – Except for LA, where good malts are still cheap and easy to obtain
Attack on Vendors Loss of a Stadium All revenue for one stadium is lost No rerouting of commodities required
Attack on Airports Inclement Weather or Other Shipping Issue Inclement weather results in airport shutdown All flow of all commodities interrupted through LA Qualcomm must go local for all commodities, incurring premium production costs for those products All other stadiums must go local for malts, incurring malt premiums
Attack on Airways Loss of a Particular Air Route Only one air transportation arc disrupted per attack, local supplier arcs are not eligible for attack Up to three attacks, the interdictor isolates the most profitable commodity and then tries to take out the next most profitable, but the backup suppliers confound the interdictor, which actually bumps up profits slightly PHI ATL PHI ATL, PHI DFW PHI ATL, PHI DFW, PHI ORD DAL SEA, LAX, ORD; PHI ATL DAL SEA, LAX, ORD; PHI ATL; ORD DAL
All Arcs Eligible For Attack Attacks are nested somewhat by category – Premium suppliers are prioritized over vendors, then local suppliers and airports are mixed until virtually all profits are eliminated Cuts off premium suppliers Cuts off vendors, then best product All previous, plus LAX local suppliers LA falls off the map completely, top four suppliers, ATL airport and local suppliers
Most valuable suppliers: – Philly’s cheesesteaks – Dallas’ wings – Chicago’s brats – LA’s malts – Atlanta’s peanuts – Seattle’s coffee Most valuable airports: – Same as suppliers, because shutting down an airport has a similar effect on the overall network as shutting down a premium supplier Most valuable customers: – Dallas Metro Dome – Chicago Soldier Field – LA Qualcomm Field – Seattle Century Link Field – Philadelphia Lincoln Financial – Atlanta Georgia Dome Room for improvement: – Model more realistic supply chain with more suppliers for each product and each city – Create a user interface that allows the operator to enter projected supplies/demands, production costs, ground and air transportation costs Prestige Worldwide Concessions Division is a perfect fit! INVEST NOW!! – Minimum startup investment: $3.25 Million