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ITEM COST COMMENT Rent / Bond Government licenses Putting on electricity Putting on Internet Installing a phone line Power back-up / Generator UPS / surge protectors Server Computers / thin clients LCD monitors Cabling, hub, networking Keyboards, mice, mousepads Extra RAM needed Headsets Webcams LCD projector (for training) Windows 2003 server software Other software licenses CD / DVD burner Wireless Router Laser printer Multifunction printer /scanner Backup external HDD Furniture (tables, chairs, etc.) D cor / wallpaper/ paint Coffee making equipment Other accessories Other costs TOTAL INCOME PER MONTH ITEM Price Charged Amount Sold Per Day Income Per Day (multiply price charged by amount sold) Income Per Month (multiply income per day by days open per month) Internet Access Laser Printing Color Printing Photo Printing VOIP / Skype Webcam use Scanning Photocopying CD /DVD Burning Coffee Snacks Headsets Floppy Disks Computer Classes Other Classes Ministry Donations TOTAL INCOME CALCULATING INTERNET INCOME How many computers will be available for customers to use On average, how full do you expect the Internet caf to be 25 , 40 , 50 , 60 , 75 , 90 , 100 How much will you charge per hour How many hours per day will you be open How many days per month will you be open Now multiply these numbers e.g if 20 computers, 60 occupancy, 1 per hour, 12 hours per day, 24 days per month (6 days a week) = 20 x 0.6 X 1 x 12 x 24 = 3456 per month (you can state the percentage occupancy as a decimal e.g 60 = 60/100 = 0.6 ) Calculating Other sources Of Revenue (charging standard commercial prices in your area) Formula: amount used per day x cost of service x days open per month e.g..