Discover the Power of a Feasibility Study That Turns Ideas into Reality

Whether you are an entrepreneur, financier, investor, project manager or just starting out, a feasibility study is the essential tool to make informed decisions and achieve long-term success. Let's explore together why a feasibility study is so important.

What is a feasibility study?

A feasibility study is a detailed and systematic analysis of the viability and sustainability of a project or investment. By assessing the technical, economic, financial, market and associated risks, the feasibility study provides essential information for making informed decisions on whether to start, continue or abandon a project.

Where do you use a feasibility study? 

A feasibility study has a wide range of applications in various fields. Whether you want to develop a construction project, launch a new product or service, expand an existing business or invest in an emerging technology, a feasibility study is essential to assess the viability and potential success of your project.

Users: commercial banks (Alpha Bank, BCR, CEC Bank, Banca Transilvania, OTP etc)

Public institutions: National Investment Company, Romanian Government, Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of National Defence, Ministry of Economy, Entrepreneurship and Tourism, Ministry of Energy, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Ministry of Environment, Water and Forests, Ministry of Development, Public Works and Administration, Ministry of Investment and European Projects, Ministry of Labour and Social Solidarity, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Research, Innovation and Digitisation, Ministry of Family, Youth and Equal Opportunities, Ministry of Culture, Municipalities (Bucharest, etc.), Timisoara, Iasi, Cluj-Napoca, Constanta, etc.

What is the impact of a feasibility study?

The impact of a feasibility study is significant in the strategic decision-making process. Through rigorous analysis of technical, financial and market aspects, the feasibility study helps to:

1.Identify opportunities and risks: The feasibility study allows you to identify opportunities and assess risks associated with the project. You can then develop appropriate strategies to maximise the chances of success and minimise the negative impact of risks.

2.Informed decision making: Based on the information obtained from the feasibility study, you will be able to make informed and informed decisions regarding the direction and viability of the project. This allows you to allocate resources efficiently and avoid unnecessary or unprofitable investments.

3. Attracting funding and business partners: A solid and well-documented feasibility study becomes a valuable tool in attracting funding and business partners. By presenting an objective analysis of the potential returns and risks, you will be able to gain the confidence of investors and other stakeholders.

A feasibility study is a complex and detailed document designed to assess the viability and feasibility of a project or investment. The exact scope of a feasibility study may vary depending on the specifics of the project and the requirements of the organisation or institution carrying out the study. 

However, here is a general structure of the contents of a feasibility study:

Executive Summary: A brief presentation of the feasibility study, including the purpose, objectives, key findings and conclusions. This summary provides an overview of the project and its main aspects.

Introduction: A description of the project and the context of the feasibility study. It explains why the study is being carried out, mentions the objectives and presents the structure of the report.

Specific market analysis: Assessment of the market relevant to the project, including market size, trends, characteristics and dynamics. It analyses supply and demand, market segments, competition and other factors that may influence the project.

Technical analysis: Details of the technical aspects of the project. This may include a description of the technology used, technical specifications, details of equipment required, procurement and any other relevant technical aspects.

Financial analysis: A detailed assessment of the financial aspects of the project. This may include cost and revenue estimates, cost-benefit analysis, financial projections, relevant financial indicators and sensitivity analysis. It assesses the financial feasibility of the project.

Risk analysis: Identification and assessment of potential risks associated with the project. This may include technical risks, market risks, financial risks, environmental risks and any other significant risks. Risk management strategies and measures are proposed.

Legal analysis: Assessment of legal and regulatory issues that may affect the project. Examine regulations, required permits and licenses, the impact of legislation on the project, and other relevant legal issues.

Environmental Impact Assessment: Assessment of the project's impact on the environment and the necessary environmental protection measures. It assesses issues such as waste management, use of natural resources, emissions and any other potential impacts.

Implementation plan: Presentation of a detailed plan for the implementation of the project. It describes the milestones, deadlines, responsibilities and resources required for implementation. It may also include a cost estimate and a proposed funding structure.

Conclusions and recommendations: Summarise the results of the feasibility study and formulate clear conclusions and recommendations. These should provide insight into the viability and feasibility of the project and provide guidance on whether or not to proceed with the project.

Attachments: Additional documents or information supporting the feasibility study, such as graphs, tables, detailed financial projections, technical plans and any other relevant documents.

It is important to note that this is a general structure and that the feasibility study can be adapted to suit the requirements and specifics of the project in question.

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