In the business planning phase of a project it is imperative that an investor or promoter have to identify the economic viability of the project. A feasibility study helps understand how a project can be successfully completed when accounting for economical, technological, legal, or scheduling factors. Furthermore, a feasibility study is essential when approaching a bank, a lending institution or an investor with the purpose of raising capital. A feasibility study is also part of an overall Business Plan, as it provides vital information. The purpose is to identify any “make or break” issues that would prevent your business from being successful in the market place. A new project, or an expansion plan, without a proper analysis of market and financial feasibility, can be very risky. This can lead to incurring unwanted expenses, and a waste of precious time.

At Unifinn we have completed many feasibility studies for large projects, business expansions, start-ups and established companies. We have covered some important business sectors and major markets. Our professionals are ready to take up any assignment for any location. Our capital raising skills, coupled to our feasibility study and market research services, make a winning combination for our clients. We have a strong database of macroeconomic and industry statistics. This enables us to provide potential investors or lenders with insights into how a project can perform successfully in the existing and forecast economic environment.

A feasibility study usually involves the following components.

  1. Economic Overviews
  2. Market Research and Analysis
  3. Organizational/ Technical Feasibility
  4. Financial Feasibility
  5. Regulatory Feasibility

Our reports carry international standards, and our way of presentation is unique. We conduct a detailed primary and secondary research to study the feasibility well. Then we present these data in a systematic way to convey maximum information to the intended users.

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