Certain economic development grants require a feasibility study and a Business Plan.
South Canadian collects relevant national trend data, as well as, local relevant demographics to produce a well designed, easy to understand feasibility study. If there is a problem with your concept, we can arrange for a business consultant to help you design an approach that is feasible and likely to succeed. We will develop a Five-Year Pro Forma which is required by most Federal Agencies.
Funded feasibility studies include: youth camps, grocery stores, truck stops, motel expansions, C-Stores, medical clinics, child development centers, gas stations, elderly housing/ assisted living, hospice care business, adult day care, funeral home, youth sports complex, horse hotel, cattle ranch, and durable medical leasing businesses.
- Designed as an attachment to a proposal (15 to 20 pages)
- Feasibility Fee: $8,000 minimum. Contract & initial fee of $4,000 is required to begin services
Includes site analysis, area demographics, operational hours, up to 10 position descriptions, equipment list, competition ring, traffic counts, etc.
- Designed as an attachment to a proposal (5 to 7 pages)
- Feasibility Fee: $3,000 minimum. Contract & initial fee of $1,500 is required to begin services