A feasibility study tests the viability of an idea, a project or even a new business. The main aim of a feasibility study is to explore the main focus of the business opportunity along with the alternative paths it could follow considering the potential problems that could arise if the said project or idea is pursued.
- Financial Economic Feasibility– An economic feasibility is conducted to determine if the proposed amount of capital and financing is sufficient to complete a project successfully. If necessary cost-benefit-analysis (CBA) could be carried out to display information in depth and with statistical reasoning.
- Geographical Feasibility– demographics and societal impact.
- Legal and Ethical Feasibility– ethical and legal implications of a project.
- Resource Feasibility-what resources will be needed.
Our feasibility reports shall take the following forms:
- Pro forma
- Balance sheet
- Income statement
- Profit and loss