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How many snow cones need to be sold for a Snowie™ snow cone cart to break even?

Snowie™ is a brand of flavored shaved ice that is sold in snow cones at a variety of events and locations across the United States.  Recently, a Snowie™ cart was spotted at the Kent Heritage Festival this summer. During this festival, street vendors offer a variety of foods and drinks. At the Snowie™ cart, festival […]

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How does replacing employees with ordering kiosks at Panera change its break even point?

During 2016, Panera Bread Company (PNRA) is building ordering kiosk centers in its cafes. These ordering kiosks will allow customers to browse nutritional content of its menu items and will allow for personalization of menu items.  Panera has stated that wait times will be shortened and order accuracy will be improved by using this new […]

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How much in sales does Boswell’s Beanery need to break even for its booth rental costs at a home and garden show?

Boswell’s Beanery is a locally-owned specialty food product company in Northeast Ohio that has been in existence for over thirty years. Its products include flavored coffees and teas, dips, dressings, sauces, and seasonings. The company attends a variety of craft and other shows throughout the year and sets up a booth at each show to […]

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How does shifting the sales mix from Budweiser macrobrew beer to Elysian and other craft beers affect Anheuser-Busch’s break even sales volume?

Overall, there is flat demand in the beer industry.  Anheuser-Busch InBev (NYSE: BUD), based in Leuven, Belgium, is pursuing a “premiumization” strategy in the alcohol market to more aggressively market higher-priced brands.  It is working to expand its sales of regional and national craft brands, including Shock Top and Goose Island.  It is also acquiring […]

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