Feasibility analysis, project

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Feasibility analysis, project

  1. 1. Brief Out Look
  2. 2.  Conduct a feasibility analysis of the proposed business ideas in regard to  Marketability  Technical viability  Funding  Legalities Prepare a business plan Understand basic startup problems.
  3. 3.  Feasibility - means whether some idea will work or not.  To knows before hand whether there exists a sizeable market for the proposed product/service, what would be the investment requirements and where to get the funding from, whether and wherefrom the necessary technical know-how to convert the idea into a tangible product may be available, and so on
  4. 4.  To ascertain whether the proposed project will be Financially viable in the sense of being able to meet the burden of servicing debt and whether the proposed project will satisfy the return expectations of those who provide the capital Aspects has to be looked are  Investment outlay and cost of project  Means of financing  Projected profitability  Break- even point  Cash flows of the project  Investment worthiness judged in terms of various criteria of merit  Projected financial position
  5. 5.  The issues involved in the assessment of technical analysis of the proposed project may be classified into those pertaining to inputs, throughputs and outputs.  Input Analysis:  Throughput Analysis:  Output Analysis:
  6. 6.  Economics is the study of costs- and- benefits  Cost-benefit analysis goes into financial calculations for profitability analysis  Private cost benefit analysis & social- cost-benefit- analysis  How can you differentiate between the two in the context of SEZ?
  7. 7.  Relates to environmental studies required to understand the impact an activity on Environment  Report usually generated are called environment Impact Assessment report (EIA)
  8. 8.  Is basically about knowing  Rules & Regulations  Procedures for implementation & registrations  Clearances and Approvals
  9. 9.  The business plan is a written document that serves as a road map in the entrepreneurs journey from start-up to project implementation  It describes all the relevant elements involved in starting a new business enterprise It is often an integration of functional plans such as marketing, finance, manufacturing and human resources
  10. 10.  Focused on target audience: Clear Business strategy Comprehensive assessment of Competition Be realistic Involvement of people for creating the business plan factual and brief
  11. 11.  Selection of the Industry Product Selection Choice of Site Form of Organization Problem of Construction Supply of Raw Materials Financing the Unit Recruitment and Training of Staff Trial Run Marketing Gestation Period AssignmentConsider yourself as an entrepreneur, who intentto setup a unit within SEZ and define the project covering at least above identified problem

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