Feasibility studies service

Feasibility study

Rowad for Business Development provides a detailed and approved feasibility study for projects in a professional manner and with high accuracy under the supervision of a team of Qatari and Gulf consultants, which explains the most important main points of the required investment, expected returns, and internal and external influences.

1- Determine the feasibility of the project: The feasibility study helps determine the feasibility of the project and the extent of its worth investing in it, and determines the expected financial return and the extent of achieving profitability.

2- Determine costs: The feasibility study helps determine the costs necessary to establish and operate the project, and determine the financial, human, technological and administrative resources necessary to achieve the goals.

3- Identify risks: The feasibility study helps identify potential risks, evaluate the financial, commercial and economic impact on the project, and determine the measures to be taken to reduce these risks.

4- Determine the social return: The feasibility study helps determine the potential social, economic and environmental impacts of the project, and determines the potential contribution to improving community life and public services.

5- Making the right decisions: The feasibility study helps make the right decisions about investing in the project, and determines the steps necessary to achieve the set goals.

6- Attracting financing: The feasibility study helps attract the necessary funding to establish and operate the project, and provides the necessary material and financial foundations to achieve the goals.

7- Improve management: A feasibility study helps improve project management, define the organizational structure, define functions and responsibilities, and evaluate the management capabilities of the team.

A feasibility study is an important tool for anyone who wants to invest in a business project, as it helps determine the feasibility of the project, determine the available options, and make the best decision.

Preliminary study:

At this stage, the project idea, the nature of the products or services provided, and the factors affecting demand in general are identified

Legal study:

The legal feasibility study identifies all government permits and procedures and determines the project’s compliance with legal requirements

Market study:

The importance of the market feasibility study is highlighted in collecting and analyzing data related to the current and future supply and demand for the project’s products or services and its competing products.

The technical study:

Studying all technical aspects related to the project, which includes determining the size of the project, the technical specifications of the product, and determining the workforce and raw materials needed for production

Administrative study:

It is a form and framework for the facility’s administrative hierarchy that shows the location of each job and the responsibilities within the administrative organization, which helps in identifying the departments and units within the facility and the responsibilities and powers of each employee.

Financial study:

The financial study focuses on measuring the project’s profitability from a financial standpoint and from the investors’ point of view, in addition to identifying appropriate funding sources and the proposed financing structure for the project.

Financial analysis:

It is an evaluation of methods for investing and employing funds in the facility, a study of efficiency and profits resulting from operational operations, and an analysis of cash flows, to compare financial performance on an annual basis.

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Economic feasibility study It is a process through which information is collected about a proposed project and then analyzed to simulate the feasibility of implementation, reduce risks, and calculate future financial returns.


Financial study

Rowad for Business Development presents a financial study that simulates the operation of the project in the Qatari market to determine the financial returns on investment and the possibility of competition in the target market.

• Evaluate the potential for project success

• Financial resources management

• Predict risks and ensure the financial stability of the project

• Determine the financial returns of the project

• Determine the investment structure

• Determine the most appropriate funding sources for the success of the project

• Determine investment costs
• Estimating revenues and operating expenses
• Determine the technical specifications of the products
• Determine the production and operational capacity of the project’s products and services
• Estimated financial statements
• Financial analysis of the project

Financial study is An in-depth study of the project’s financial success, based on analyzing numbers and financial data to determine the project’s expected financial returns

Market study

Rowad for Business Development provides a detailed market study in a professional manner and with high accuracy under the supervision of a Qatari team, where variables in the target market are studied, customer desires are analyzed, and future market trends are determined.

• Identify target customers

• Determine the mechanism for reaching customers

• Identify competitors

• Identify expected variables in the market

• Determine the prices of the products and services provided

• Determine the competitive advantage and added value of the project

• Competitor analysis
• Analysis of potential customers
• SWOT analysis
• Marketing strategy
• Study the target sector
• Evaluate the expected volume of supply and demand
• Determine competitiveness

Market study is: An analytical study aimed at evaluating the local market for the products or services provided, where the target group is studied and analyzed in addition to estimating the expected size of demand, identifying targets and potential customers, identifying competitors, and studying customer behavior and changes in the market.

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common questions

1. What is a feasibility study?

• A feasibility study is a comprehensive analysis conducted before starting a project or investment to evaluate all influencing factors such as economic, technical, legal and operational feasibility.

2. Why is it important for my project?

• A feasibility study helps you understand the risks and opportunities associated with your project, provide realistic financial expectations, and identify potential obstacles before investing time and resources.

3. How does a feasibility study help in making decisions?

• A feasibility study provides data and analysis that helps you make informed decisions about the feasibility of the project, modify plans, or even abandon the project idea if the results are unfavorable.

4. What elements are included in the feasibility study?

• Usually includes market analysis, financial analysis, technical study, risk assessment, and legal and environmental feasibility study.

5. How long does it take to conduct a feasibility study?

• The duration of conducting the feasibility study depends on the size and complexity of the project. It can range from a few weeks to several months.

6. Can I conduct the feasibility study myself or do I need an expert?

• While some project owners can conduct simple feasibility studies themselves, hiring experts ensures a more comprehensive and accurate analysis, especially for large and complex projects.

7. What is the difference between a feasibility study and a business plan?

• A feasibility study focuses on evaluating whether the project is feasible and profitable, while a business plan explains how to successfully manage and implement the project once its feasibility is determined.

8. What happens if the results of the feasibility study are negative?

• Negative feasibility study results are an opportunity to reconsider and modify project elements to improve feasibility, or may indicate the necessity of abandoning the idea completely to avoid losses.

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