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Business Plans, Feasibility Plans, Project Reports


Financial resources are crucial in realising any project ambitions. Whether you are innovating, developing, extending your production capacity, strengthening your human capital or restructuring in order to adapt to changing market conditions, all require investments. In times when money has often become a scarce resource, additional sources of finance are becoming ever more important for governments, parastatals or private institutions.

A Detailed Project Report (DPR) is a vital document for any business that contains information pertaining to its promoters, business model, operations, infrastructure requirement, Human Capital, SWOT Analysis, Industry Outlook, SWOT Analysis past and projected financial performance, DPR is very essential as it serves as a roadmap for the business and provides information in an understandable format to outsiders wanting to know more about the business. A DPR is used for raising capital for a business, and for credit analysis. Banks and financial institutions gain an insight into the business through the DPR for making credit decisions

A Project Report

Project Plan or Project Report is prepared to seek financial assistance in the form of Bank Loans or funding for implementing new projects or further developing a running enterprise.

Project plan covers the following aspects of a business:
  • Cost of the project
  • Financial Projections, Cash flow & Profitability
  • Financing mode of the project
  • Market overview & potential
  • Micro and macro environment
  • Project location
  • Promoters experience in the proposed market
  • Promotional plan
  • Proposed Product/Service & its Capacity
  • Resources and its availability
  • Technology & Processes for executing the project

A sound project plan will address the following issues while starting new business or expanding existing operations:

B Management Assessment

  • Stakeholders and promoters
  • Corporate plan
  • Organizational structure
C Technology & Feasibility

  • Reasoning for choosing a technology
  • Infrastructure facilities
  • Types of machinery and equipment
  • Raw materials sourcing points
  • Project execution and monitoring
D Product/Service Feasibility

  • Market trends and demand
  • Marketing of product
  • Product pricing
E Financial Evaluation

  • Overall cost of the project
  • Investors
  • Five years forecasting
  • Fund utilization
  • Return on Investment
  • Key Ratios
F Business Valuation

  • Real value of the input against the value in financial projection
  • Benefits to society and economy
  • Competitive analysis
Benefits of a Project Plan

The project plan depicts complete information about the viability of the proposed business, gives direction to the stakeholders about the outcome of the business, and helps to manage associated risks. Further, it helps to schedule, control and deliver the project in time.

Ledger provides consulting and assistance in preparation of the DPR as well as liasoning with Financial Institutions to secure and meet Capital requirements.

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