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FEASIBILITY STUDIES

 
Feasibility studies and Business Case Development are done during the early development of any project and they form a vital component in the business development process. A feasibility study is a preliminary study undertaken to determine and document a project's viability to bring about the successful completion of specific project goals and objectives. The results of this study are used to make a decision whether or not to proceed with the project. A Business Feasibility Study can be defined as a controlled process for identifying opportunities and problems, determining objectives, describing situations, defining successful outcomes and assessing the benefits associated with several alternatives.

To summarize, Advisory/Scaling feasibility studies enable organisations to assess the viability and benefits of projects before financial decisions are made. It is often a prerequisite for any funding approval. The research and information uncovered in the feasibility study will support the detailed planning and reduce the research time.

Fundamentally before taking any project the scope of the project and the magnitude should be clearly spelled out based on the requirement of the project. Hence without having a clear vision of the project objective it is impossible to make a successful project.

The report is prepared under the supervision of experts & to conduct a feasibility study the team members would comprise of different streams depending on the project. Typically, a feasibility report passes and gets approved through a Market analyst, Management expert, Technical & Project administrators.

TYPES OF FEASIBILITY


1. Project Feasibility Study for Hotels, Retail, automobile, banking, manufacturing, etc.
  • a. Greenfield Projects - is which is not constrained by prior work. It is constructing on unused land where there is no need to remodel or demolish an existing structure. Some examples of Greenfield projects are new Hotels, factories, power plants or airports which are built from scratch.

  • b. Brownfield Projects - Those facilities which are modified/ upgraded are called Brownfield projects.
2. Property Feasibility Study (Real Estate)

3. Country/city/region Feasibility Study for a given business model

4. Alliance/franchisee Feasibility Study

5. Merger & Acquisition Feasibility Study

6. Feasibility Study for renovation/expansion/downsizing of infrastructure; existing or at project stages.

7. Business System Feasibility Study

8. Trade Area Feasibility

9. Relocation Feasibility Study

10. Feasibility Study may be done for making any business decision.