Essays on Feasibility of Internet Caf Case Study

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The paper "Feasibility of Internet Café " is a wonderful example of a case study on business. Internet café is a service provider to use the internet for their customer, where the customers can visits a number of websites and download lots of online stuff for their personal use. In this report, I have tried to figure out what are main purposes of use of internet café and how often people visits for their uses. I also figured out the time spending by internet users in internet café and what are the other sources that people use to access the internet.

The main purpose of this feasibility report to know the time duration to start an Internet Café as a new Business. At the end of this report, I have provided I have mentioned the conclusion and recommendations of my analysis on Internet Café . This whole report will help to understand the owners of Internet Café and they should manage their café . So the earning of internet café will increase and what other methods they should use to engages more customers. Introduction: The Internet is a very popular medium through which people are connecting themselves to share and gather knowledge.

It is a very powerful medium, where people can access all desires knowledge from any part of the globe. It is the bridge through which the world is interconnected. Day by day its demand is increasing and people are engaging to it. It is a faster way to share and grab information. There are many cafes in the world, that provide internet for people to share and grab their information.

This type of café is known as Internet Cafe. The first online café was started in South Korea which was called Electronic Café . It was founded by Ahn Sans-Su in 1988 with the help of two computers that were connected via telephones to provide online services. The starting of online café in South Korea made them ahead two to three years from other developed nations (Eng. i-museum. or. or, 2009). In 1991, an online café was introduced in San Francisco, United States by Wayne Gregori and named it SFnet Coffeehouse Network. He used twenty-five computers in his coffeehouse (Bryson, 1977).

The first full internet access café was invented by Ivan Pope in London in 1994. He developed a cyber café , in which the users can access the full internet to share and gather knowledge from all parts of the world (Mulvey, 1994).

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