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Toy World Essay

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Escuela Politécnica del Litoral Maestría en Administración de Empresas ESPAE Francisco Alemán MAE 32 Tema TOY WORLD INC Integrantes: Daniela Vera Andrea Valencia Evelyn Soria Juan José Peralta Luis Paul Bajaña Christian Cruz


Grupo # 8 Andrea Valencia - Daniela Vera - Evelyn Soria - Luis Bajaña - Juan Peralta - Christian Cruz

1. Características del Mercado
Toy World Inc. se encuentra en un mercado donde las ventas son estacionales, la manufactura es simple y de sencilla tecnología. Se requiere poca inversión (lo que permite la entrada de competidores) y hay una constante guerra de precios en la industria.

2. Matriz Porter
Rivalidad entre Competidores ...view middle of the document...

000, a esto se le resta los gastos adicionales que según el caso son: $115.000, dándonos como resultado unos ahorros de: $375.000. Grupo # 8 Andrea Valencia - Daniela Vera - Evelyn Soria - Luis Bajaña - Juan Peralta - Christian Cruz

Descripción Eliminación sueldos adicionales Ahorro en costo directo adicional de M.O Ahorros brutos Aumento de costo de almacenamiento Ahorros antes de impuestos Impuestos de 34% Ahorro Neto Monto 225.000 265.000 490.000 115.000 375.000 127.500 247.500

c. Estime el monto de fondos adicionales requeridos y el tiempo en que se necesitan bajo una producción uniforme. Prepare el Estado de Resultados Proforma y el Balance General Proforma (en lugar del Flujo de Caja) para hacer este estimado. Ignore los gastos por intereses al hacer estos estimados.
ESTADO DE PERDIDAS Y GANANCIAS PROFORMA CON MODELO DE PRODUCCION UNIFORME Ene Feb Mar Abr May Jun Jul Ago Sep Oct Nov Dic Total Ventas 120 140 160 140 140 140 160 1.620 1.840 2.140 2.285 1.115 10.000 Costo de Ventas 78 91 104 91 91 91 104 1.055 1.198 1.393 1.488 726 6.510 Utilidad Bruta 42 49 56 49 49 49 56 565 642 747 797 389 3.490 Gastos Operativos 205 207 209 211 213 215 217 214 211 208 203 202 2.515 Gasto Intereses 7 4 4 7 12 17 21 26 31 30 23 14 196 Intereses cobrados 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 13 Utilidad/Perdida antes de impuestos (169) (160) (156) (168) (175) (182) (181) 326 401 510 572 174 792 Impuestos (58) (54) (53) (57) (60) (62) (62) 111 136 173 195 59 269 Utilidad Neta (112) (106) (103) (111) (116) (120) (120) 215 265 337 378 115 523
Nota: Los gastos de operación de 2.4 millones se suponen que se distribuyen uniformemente a través del año. Los 115000 de aumento de los costos de almacenamiento y manipulación se asignan a cada mes en base al inventario pendiente al final de cada mes como un porcentaje de la suma de todo el inventario final de los 12 meses.

Grupo # 8 Andrea Valencia - Daniela Vera - Evelyn Soria - Luis Bajaña - Juan Peralta - Christian Cruz

BALANCE GENERAL PROFORMA CON MODELO DE PRODUCCION UNIFORME Activos Activo Corriente Efectivo (caja) Cuentas por cobrar Inventario Total Planta y Equipo TOTAL ACTIVO 1.994 1.993 Enero Febrero Marzo Abril Mayo Junio Julio Agosto Septiembre Octubre Noviembre Diciembre 200 2.905 586 3.691 1.176 4.867 628 1.060 1.050 2.738 1.176 3.914 816 200 200 200 260 300 300 280 1.502 1.940 2.391 2.843 2.578 2.440 2.891 3.323 1.176 1.176 1.176 1.176 3.754 3.616 4.067 4.499 200 280 3.294 3.774 1.176 4.950 200 300 3.733 4.233 1.176 5.409 200 1.780 3.220 5.200 1.176 6.376 200 3.460 2.565 6.225 1.176 7.401 200 3.980 1.714 5.894 1.176 7.070 200 4.425 769 5.394 1.176 6.570 200 3.400 586 4.186 1.176 5.362

Pasivos y Capital Pasivo Corriente Cuentas a pagar comerciales 282 250 Documentos por pagar a Bancos 752 0 Impuestos acumulados 88 30 Deuda a L/P, porción actual 50 50 Total Pasivo Corriente 1.172 330 Deuda a largo plazo 400 400 Capital de accionistas 3.295 3.183 TOTAL PASIVO Y CAPITAL 4.867 3.914


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