Coffee Shop / Café / Restaurant - 5 Year Financial Model

 If you are starting up a new coffee shop, this financial model is perfectly designed for you. It will also work great for a general restaurant or café. The assumptions are flexible and robust to provide the right framework for conducting proper bottom-up financial forecasting and using generally accepted methodologies.

$45.00 USD

After purchase, the financial model will be immediately available to download. This template is also included in the industry-specific financial modelretail trade financial model, and hospitality financial model bundles.

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Template Features:

  • Menu Builder with up to 26 'Hot' coffee types, 23 'Cold' coffee types, and 6 food items.
  • Each 'type' has 3 pricing options that can be configured.
  • Define the average sales per month for each item over time and average percentage of sales that fall into each of the 3 pricing options.
  • Easily switch a given menu item off or on.
  • Define average cost of goods sold per unit for each menu item.
  • Dynamic inventory purchasing logic (better cash flow planning).
  • Includes 3-Statement Modeling Logic.
  • The model solves for the minimum equity investment required to keep the business's cash balance above zero. This is based on all assumptions (startup costs, capex, any burn).
Output Reports:
  • Monthly and Annual Income Statement, Balance Sheet, and Statement of Cash Flows
  • IRR Sensitivity - includes data table with low, base, high variables being sensitized for sales counts and pricing.
  • DCF Analysis.
  • IRR, Equity Multiple, ROI, NPV
  • Option for outside investors.
  • Standalone enterprise valuation calculator.
  • Sales summaries by year and by menu type with visualizations.
  • Break-even calculator.
  • Monthly and Annual pro forma detail with cash flow per period.
Why might you want to start a coffee shop?

  • High demand: Coffee is one of the most popular beverages in the world, and there is a high demand for coffee shops, particularly in urban areas.
  • Profit margins: Coffee has a relatively high profit margin, which means that coffee shops can make a healthy profit if they can manage their costs effectively. You can plan these margins out and run sensitivities on price to see how it effects overall returns.
  • Repeat business: Coffee shops often attract repeat customers, who may come in daily or weekly for their favorite drink. This can help establish a loyal customer base and provide a steady stream of revenue.
  • Flexibility: Coffee shops can be relatively flexible in terms of hours of operation, menu offerings, and location. This can allow entrepreneurs to tailor their business to their specific goals and target market.
The average revenue for a coffee shop can vary widely depending on factors such as location, size, and menu offerings. According to a survey by Square, the average annual revenue for a coffee shop in the United States is around $200,000, but this can range from less than $50,000 for a small shop in a rural area to over $1 million for a large, high-end shop in a major city. It's important to note that success in the coffee shop industry depends on a variety of factors, including location, competition, marketing, and customer service, so it's difficult to predict revenue with certainty.

I would not be surprised if you start to see monthly memberships offered by food and drink places where you simply pay a fee and get some level of product per month. Recurring revenue subscription businesses have started to become commonplace in many businesses where they didn't used to exist.