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GEL V.

CAUZON
Company
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Company
Address/Branches
Main Branch
Maharlika Highway, Cabanatuan City
in front of South Star Drug

Second Branch
Santa Rosa, Nueva Ecija
In Front of Foton Santa Rosa

Third Branch
Palayan City, Nueva Ecija
Along with the Palayan Bussiness
Hub
Contact Number/Internet
Account
Cabanatuan Branch Facebook:
Contact Number: 0999-529-8201 www.Happyhubscompany.com
0975-810-5838
Instagram:
Santa Rosa Branch @Happyhubscompany
Contact Number: 0948-944-4117
0975-807-946 Twitter:
@Happyhubscompany
Palayan Branch
Contact Number: 0945-772-2014 Email Address:
0955-307-4242 Happyhubscompany@gmail.com
Company
Location
Company
Vicinity

INSIDE OF THE COMPANY


Company
Vicinity
HAPP
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COM UB’S
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H UB’S
HAPPY

OUTSIDE OF THE COMPANY


Company History
The Happy Hub’s Company started year 2015 by the
creation of Gel V. Cauzon with the help of their siblings,
Jasper V. Cauzon and Jennalyn Cauzon. In the past years
Happy Hub’s Company recognized in their City, because
of their quality service and good performance in any
event they manage by their clients.

Happy Hub’s Company is a simple mini restaurant


before and because of their siblings they improve the
restaurant into a Catering service and lastly it’s become
an Events Management Company. And until now our
Happy Hub’s Company is still working and giving
Happiness in any event that we handle like Birthday Party
and Wedding.
Company
Description
Happy Hub’s Company is one of the successful Event
Management Company in Cabanatuan City. We serve here
the best quality they need, we only bring happiness in
any event we manage. And because of that we gain good
feedbacks by our clients and more clients is coming to
hire us to be part of their event. Happy Hub’s Company is
located at Maharlika highway Cabanatuan City in front of
South Star Drug.
Company Vision

 
Vision
Happy Hub’s Company as
successful event management
in town that will provide
quality service and gives
unforgettable moments to
every clients we have.
 
Company Mission

 Mission
Happy Hub’s Company shall
be creative, innovative and a
socially responsible in any
event and give happiness to
everyone.
 
Company Objectives

Objectives
To promote Happiness to
everyone.
To give quality service to our
costumers.
To maintain a good
relationship between
competitors, and costumers.
SWOT ANALYSIS

STRENGHT
• Business is located near the target WEAKNESSES
market
• Good quality and services • Delay of some materials
• Privacy of the services • High quality cost
• Dedication of staff
• Have harmonious relationship with
clients

OPPORTUNITIES THREATS
• Repeat corporate business based on • Existence of competitors within the
personal service and quality, in a small industry
but luxurious events we serve • Increasing cost of materials, equipment
• Have many contacts with referral
ACTION PLAN
The action that we need to make from the weaknesses and treats that we encounter
now are:

 Develop maps of the local community and region indicating places of interest.

 Order supplies and Promotional Items.

 Create & secure advertising and order signage.

 Liaise with outside agencies to confirm details.

 Check equipment is ready and in good condition

 Confirm all bookings.

 Increase advertising.
ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

Company Manager/Owner
GEL V. CAUZON

Chief Finance Officer Head Event Coordinator


JIM LERRY PADUA RENZ JEROME ROSETE

Finance Department Marketing & Research


Operations Manager Manager
Staff
RHEY TACACA DANICA CARANTO FANCIS NICOLE FLORENTINO

Catering Entertainment Venue Equipment Design and Concept Officer


Supervisor Supervisor Coordinator Coordinator
JEROME LABASAN
JENNALYN CAUZON PAUL ADRIAN BATAS
GENALYN BESTATNTE
JASPER CAUZON

Program Coordinator
JC IBALE
SERVICES OFFERED

In Happy Hub’s Company, offers events venue and catering services


for a variety of social and corporate activities.

 BIRTHDAY
 WEDDING
 REUNION
 ANNIVERSARRY
 BAPTISMAL
 CONFERENCES
 SEMINARS

Happy Hub’s Company is for indoor or outdoor activities/events set-up.


 
LIST OF SUPPLIERS
 

Name of Company Services

LUZVIMINDA CATERING AND EVENT CENTER Venue and Catering


LAMARANG RESTAURANT Venue and Catering
MICROTEL BY WYNDHAM CABANATUAN Venue and Hotel
LUISITA CENTRAL PARK HOTELS Venue and Hotel
DV. VIDEO AND PHOTOGRAPHY Photos and Videos
JET FORCE SECURITY Security
DIGITAL LIGHT AND SOUNDS Lights and Sounds
 

LIST OF SUPPLIERS
 

Name of Company Services

PARTY JAM DIGITAL LIGHTS AND SOUND Lights & Sounds


APERTURE PRO PRODUCTIONS Photography and Videography
STEVEN’S FLOWER SHOP Flowers
ZOOM CARS AND VANS RENTAL Cars and Vans
FIVE MAMAS RESTAURANT Catering
DINA’S CATERING SERVICES Catering
ROSSINI ANN’S CAKES AND PASTRIES Cakes and Pastries
STRATEGIES AND PROMOTIONS

Social Media
Billboards
Brochures
Radio
Event Brief

Tulay ng Kabataan
Orphanage

“Give A Helping Hand To Those Who Need It”


Mr. Nato Sales
NATO Catering Services
Calipahan, Talavera,
Nueva Ecija
 
Dear Mr. Nato Sales
Now that we’ve finished our event, I thought it is appropriate to write you a note. Everyone from the company from the chairman
of the board on down extremely excited about the event. Your food design is above and beyond anything we ever expected.
I think we can credit Nato Catering Services with the success. Rather than designing a pretty box, team created an “environment”
for our product that truly communicates how special we feel to the services and company behind it here.
Since the services and advertising have remained the same, it looks like the packingis communicating the right message to the
retail trade.
Once again, thanks for a great effort. We are very happy to begin work on the next project. We like the way Nato Catering
Services communicates Connoisseur Company products and services to the trade and the public.
 
Yours Truly,
 
Juwyneth Lime T. Viterbo
Connoisseur Company
Letter to the Supplier
With signing of the enclosed contract. We would like to welcome you as a supplier our company.
We have a high demand for quality and no tolerance for error. Based on our research, that also
describes your firm. We are glad to be doing business with you

Renz Jerome Rosete will be your primary contact for all incoming materials and order. If you
have a question about Payment, Renz Jerome Rosete our Event Coordinator. He/She we help you
sort the matter out.

Again, welcome to our company if there is anything we can do to help facilitate this new
relationship, please do not hesitate to ask

Juwyneth Lime T. Viterbo


0977-391-2139
Laime_viterbo@gmail.com
Event Theme
CLIENT: Marie Gold F. Lomboy
ADDRESS: Mapangpang, Munoz, Nueva Ecija
EVENT COORDINATOR: Renz Jerome Rosete
CONTACT NUMBER: 0977-391-2139
DATE OF EVENT: December 25, 2019
TIME OF EVENT: 10:00 AM-5:00 PM
VENUE: CLSU Oval
PROSPECTIVE NUMBER OF ATTENDEES: 500 PAX
PROJECT TOTAL BUDGET:PACKAGE 1-1,000,000.00
PACKAGE 2- 1,000,000.00
PACKAGE 3- 1,000,000.00
Project Total
Budget
LIST OF SUPPLIER/CONTRACTORS NAME OF COMPANY/ENTERPRISE

Richbill Quijano SMILE Video and Photography


Nato Sales NATO Catering Services
Saturno Ranga SPPY Security Services
Wawi Villanueva WAVE Sound and Lights
Ernesto Esquive Van and Car Rentals
Sarah Geronimo ABS-CBN
Parokya ni Edgar Band
Jollibee
McDonalds
Working
Committee/Man
Power
Staffing Committee
Invitation Committee
Entertainment/Program Committee
Guest/VIP Committee
Menu Committee
Budgeting/Donations Committee
Event Planner
Decorations Committee
Emergency Committee
Prize Committee
Media/PR Committee
Security Committee
Event Timeline
PLANNING AND PREPARATION : February 1 - August 30, 2019
SELECTION OF SUPPLIERS : August 15- 20, 2019
CONTRACT SIGNING : Sept. 25-30, 2019
PRE MEETING WITH SUPPLIERS : Oct. 3-6, 2019
MEETING AND WORKING COMMITEES: Oct. 12-15, 2019
INGRESS : Oct. 25, 2019
EGRESS : Oct. 28, 2019
POST MEETING : Nov. 20, 2019
SECIAL MEETING : Dec. 15, 2019
Budget
Proposal
 
SUPPLIERS/CONTRACTORS/SERVICES AMOUNT

PACKAGE 1

1.500 invitation card 10,000.00


2.Design and Decorations 70,000.00
3.500 Guest Souvenir 25,000.00
4.Reservation and Rental of CLSU Oval 85,000.00
5. Rental of 10 Van for 250 person 130,000.00
6. Hotel Accommodation for 250 person 250,000.00
7. Catering Services 90,000.00
Beef Steak
Beef Caldereta
Pork Minudo
Fresh Lumpia
Steamed Fish
Steamed Rice
Fiesta whole Lechon
Steamed Lobster
Chopsuey

8. Video and Photo Service 35,000.00


9. Sounds and Lights System 40,000.00

SUBTOTAL : 735,000.00 PHP


CONTINGENCY FUND :110,250
CONTINGENCY FUND WITH SUB :845,250 (15%)
PROFESIONAL FEE :154,750 (18.308%)
 
TOTAL :1,000,000 PHP
SOURCE OF FUNDS :Personal accounts
PACKAGE 2

1.500 invitation card 10,000.00


2.Design and Decorations 70,000.00
3.500 Guest Souvenir 25,000.00
4.Reservation and Rental of CLSU Oval 85,000.00
5.Rental of 10 Van for 250 person 130,000.00
6.Hotel Accommodation for 250 person 250,000.00
7.Catering Services 125,000.00
Beef Steak
Beef Caldereta
Pork Minudo
Fresh Lumpia
Steamed Fish
Steamed Rice
Fiesta whole Lechon
Steamed Lobster
Chopsuey
8. Video and Photo Service 35,000.00
9. Sounds and Lights System 65,000.00
10. 1 Famous band
TOTAL: 795,000.00

SUBTOTAL: 795,000.00 PHP


CONTINGENCY FUND : 79,500
CONTINGENCY FUND WITH SUB:874,500 (10%)
PROFESIONAL FEE: 125,500 (14.351%)
 
TOTAL: 1,000,000 PHP
SOURCE OF FUNDS : Personal accounts
PACKAGE 3

1.500 invitation card 10,000.00


2.Design and Decorations 90,000.00
3.500 Guest Souvenir 35,000.00
4.Reservation and Rental of CLSU Oval 85,000.00
5.Rental of 10 Van for 250 person 130,000.00
6.Hotel Accommodation for 250 person 200,000.00
7.Catering Services 125,000.00
Beef Steak
Beef Caldereta
Pork Minudo
Fresh Lumpia
Steamed Fish
Steamed Rice
Fiesta whole Lechon
Steamed Lobster
Chopsuey
8. Video and Photo Service 35,000.00
9. Sounds and Lights System 65,000.00
10. 1 Famous band
11. 1 famous artist
TOTAL: 775,000.00

SUBTOTAL: 775,000.00 PHP


CONTINGENCY FUND : 77,500
CONTINGENCY FUND WITH SUB:852,500 (10%)
PROFESIONAL FEE: 174,500 (20.469)
TOTAL: 1,000,000 PHP
SOURCE OF FUNDS : Personal accounts
WORKING COMMITTEES
Personal/Staff Assigned Areas Duties/Responsibilities
Staffing Committee Staff provides bodies where needed during the
events
Program/Entertainment Committee Program and entertainment determine and contracts entertainment and
how the event is going to go

Invitation Committee Invitations overseas all aspects of the invitation

Guest/VIP Committee Guest/VIP to be in charge of guests/VIP’s to make


sure they have a great experience

Security Committee Security help keep things under control


Budgeting Committee Budget working with a budget for the event

Event Planner Committee Entire Event Planning and execute a successful function

Decoration Committee Catering set up determines necessary decorations based on


theme
Emergency Committee Case of Show to be on standby in case of no shows

Media/PR Committee Preparing an event record Promotes the Event


Prize Committee Prizes in event Locate and obtain prizes for the event

Menu Committee food responsible for the menu for the event
Sample theme

Elegant theme Disney Princess


Invitation card
Venue and Staging
Foods and Dish
Foods
Cake Cakes
s
Desserts
 
Event Bidding/Budget Proposal
SUPPLIERS/CONTRACTORS/SERVICES AMOUNT

PACKAGE 1

1.500 invitation card 10,000.00


2.Design and Decorations 70,000.00
3.500 Guest Souvenir 25,000.00
4.Reservation and Rental of CLSU Oval 85,000.00
5. Rental of 10 Van for 250 person 130,000.00
6. Hotel Accommodation for 250 person 250,000.00
7. Catering Services 90,000.00
Beef Steak
Beef Caldereta
Pork Minudo
Fresh Lumpia
Steamed Fish
Steamed Rice
Fiesta whole Lechon
Steamed Lobster
Chopsuey

8. Video and Photo Service 35,000.00


9. Sounds and Lights System 40,000.00

SUBTOTAL : 735,000.00 PHP


CONTINGENCY FUND :110,250
CONTINGENCY FUND WITH SUB :845,250 (15%)
PROFESIONAL FEE :154,750 (18.308%)
 
TOTAL :1,000,000 PHP
SOURCE OF FUNDS :Personal accounts
PACKAGE 2

1.500 invitation card 10,000.00


2.Design and Decorations 70,000.00
3.500 Guest Souvenir 25,000.00
4.Reservation and Rental of CLSU Oval 85,000.00
5.Rental of 10 Van for 250 person 130,000.00
6.Hotel Accommodation for 250 person 250,000.00
7.Catering Services 125,000.00
Beef Steak
Beef Caldereta
Pork Minudo
Fresh Lumpia
Steamed Fish
Steamed Rice
Fiesta whole Lechon
Steamed Lobster
Chopsuey
8. Video and Photo Service 35,000.00
9. Sounds and Lights System 65,000.00
10. 1 Famous band
TOTAL: 795,000.00

SUBTOTAL: 795,000.00 PHP


CONTINGENCY FUND : 79,500
CONTINGENCY FUND WITH SUB:874,500 (10%)
PROFESIONAL FEE: 125,500 (14.351%)
 
TOTAL: 1,000,000 PHP
SOURCE OF FUNDS : Personal accounts
PACKAGE 3

1.500 invitation card 10,000.00


2.Design and Decorations 90,000.00
3.500 Guest Souvenir 35,000.00
4.Reservation and Rental of CLSU Oval 85,000.00
5.Rental of 10 Van for 250 person 130,000.00
6.Hotel Accommodation for 250 person 200,000.00
7.Catering Services 125,000.00
Beef Steak
Beef Caldereta
Pork Minudo
Fresh Lumpia
Steamed Fish
Steamed Rice
Fiesta whole Lechon
Steamed Lobster
Chopsuey
8. Video and Photo Service 35,000.00
9. Sounds and Lights System 65,000.00
10. 1 Famous band
11. 1 famous artist
TOTAL: 775,000.00

SUBTOTAL: 775,000.00 PHP


CONTINGENCY FUND : 77,500
CONTINGENCY FUND WITH SUB:852,500 (10%)
PROFESIONAL FEE: 174,500 (20.469)
TOTAL: 1,000,000 PHP
SOURCE OF FUNDS : Personal accounts
Venues
ENTRANCE
GRANDSTAND

EXIT
STAGE
VIP
EMERGENCY EXIT
EMERGENCY EXIT

ENTRANCE
EXIT

Floor Plan
Outdoor
Location
Event Program
Risk management
Transferring the financial consequences to third parties or sharing, usually through
insurance or outsourcing.
Avoiding the activity giving rise to the risk completely, for example by not taking up a
contract or stopping a particular activity or service.
Management or mitigation of risk
Accepting or accessing it as a risk that cannot be avoided if the activity is to continue.
An example of this might be where trustees take out an insurance policy that carries a
higher level of voluntary excess or where the trustees recognize that a core activity
carries a risk but take steps to mitigate it public use of a charity’s property such as a
village hall would be such a risk.
Event Calendar
PLANNING AND PREPARATION : February 1 - August 30, 2019
SELECTION OF SUPPLIERS : August 15- 20, 2019
CONTRACT SIGNING : Sept. 25-30, 2019
PRE MEETING WITH SUPPLIERS : Oct. 3-6, 2019
MEETING AND WORKING COMMITEES: Oct. 12-15, 2019
INGRESS : Oct. 25, 2019
EGRESS : Oct. 28, 2019
POST MEETING : Nov. 20, 2019
SECIAL MEETING : Dec. 15, 2019
Memorandum of Agreement
This agreement, made this 25th day of December, 2019 by and between my Connoisseur Company
hereafter referred to us: The charity Planner and the client, Mr. and Mrs. Lomboy.
WITNESSETH: in consideration of the mutual covenants and agreement herein contained, the Charity
Planner hereby agree to the following terms and conditions.

THE CHARITY PLANNER’S RESPONSIBILITIES:


The Charity Planner shall provide charity services for the guests on the 30 th day of August, 2019 at
the approximate time of: 8:00 AM located at the CLSU Oval.
The Charity Planner will provide the following service under the terms of this Agreement:
 E-mail confirmation reserving the date, time, location of the Charity.
 Review of all vendors contracts and confirmation of vendor services 1-2 weeks prior to charity day.
 Assistance in the development of the charity day itinerary.
 Directing services on the charity day for a maximum of four to six hours.
 Provision of complete debut emergency kit.
 Personal management of the charity day.
THE CLIENT’S RESPONSIBILITIES
The client understand that she is responsible for paying for vendor
products and service in full.
The client shall not change time, date, location for the charity
ceremony as listed in paragraph 1 of this agreement without first
contracting and advising the Charity Planner of said change so as
to determine if the Charity Planner is still available to provide
services.
If the client change the date, time, or location of the scheduled
charity ceremony, and the Charity Planner is unavailable to provide
services, the Charity Planner is released from all contract
obligations, and shall in no way be held responsible or liable in any
manner whatsoever for non-performance.
Strategies for promoting Events
include..
using social media
paid advertising online
Paid advertising offline
Free publicly via television, radio or print
media
Promotional events leading up to the main
event
Signage and banners