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Feasibility Study Guidelines and Requirements in Development

OnDemand Webinar (85 minutes)

This on-demand webinar will explain in detail how and why a feasibility study should be used to predict the outcome of a project and its investment components. Using feasibility studies are important for planning, measuring risk, analyzing variables and hypothetical "what ifs". Factors such as the economy, contribution to society, market acceptance risks, management risks, financial risks, and technical risks will be addressed. A feasibility study will indicate if a project should be invested into. This on-demand webinar will debunk many misconceptions and present the critical depth of a properly carried out study.

Learning Objectives:

  • You will be able to define the purpose of a feasibility study.
  • You will be able to recognize the costs of a feasibility study.
  • You will be able to identify the five components of a feasibility study.
  • You will be able to describe how feasibility is determined.

Authors

Donald Safranek, Wert-Berater, Inc.

Agenda

The Feasibility Study Definition

Purpose of a Feasibility Study

Who Requires a Feasibility Study?

What Markets or Industries Typically Require a Feasibility Study?

What Are the Costs of a Feasibility Study?

Who Performs the Feasibility Study?

What Are the Five Components of a Feasibility Study?

• Economic

• Market

• Technical

• Financial

• Management

How Is Feasibility Determined?

• SWOT Analysis

- Strengths

- Weakness's

- Opportunities

- Threats

• Financial Returns

- IRR - Internal Rate of Return

- MIRR - Modified Internal Rate of Return

- NPV - Net Present Value

- Cost of Project/Product Production

- Stress Testing

• Market Acceptance

- Market Capacity

- Envisioned or Existing Competing Projects/Products

- Pricing/Profitability

- Price Elasticity

- Competitive Analysis

- Market Share Analysis

• Economic Cost/Benefit

- Cost of Labor

- Availability of Labor

- Add-Back Economic Benefits of Local, Regional, National or International Areas

- Site/Project Plant Analysis

• Capability and Experience of Management

- Management Team Evaluation

• Firm Capitalization

- Capital Markets Risk

- Availability of Debt/Equity

• Technical Analysis

- Cost

- Timing

- Environmental/Ecological - Impact/Assessment

- Systems and Design Review and Analysis

- Land Development Engineering Review and Analysis