Our services include business plan development, feasibility studies, economic impact reports and study plans.
Did you know? It takes the average person with little experience over 200 hours to write a business plan. Even then, most people don’t know how to make a credible business case that balances natural optimism with believability. We assume that you know your business better than we do, but we add value by stating your case concisely and credibly.
Have you seen the official questions a study plan should address? They look easy, right? Maybe too easy? The questions themselves are simple, but they are potentially a trap. The fact is that these questions are ‘searching questions’: they are set up so adjudicators can discover details about you and your intentions, that you didn’t even know they were looking for.
A business plan outlines what you are going to do. A feasibility study analyzes if, and why, the plan is likely to work. A business plan will likely contain some market research at a high level, such as a report on fast food restaurants in a given state or province. A feasibility study digs down to the key success factors and analyzes where the opportunities are and what it takes to win them.
If nobody told you that you need an economic report, you don’t need to read this. Some cases under the EB-5 program have a specific requirement for economic impact reports to forecast indirect job creation. Our economists have been preparing these reports for years.