Feasibility study development

A feasibility study with a cost-benefit analysis is often a mandatory part of the project documentation required for co-financing projects from EU structural funds, especially for infrastructure projects. The study aims to determine whether the project is desirable for investment from a societal perspective. Feasibility studies analyse all the benefits and costs of the project according to a prescribed methodology, thereby justifying the financing of the project with public funds.

Cost-benefit analysis is a financial instrument that quantifies all costs and losses on one side and all expected revenues and benefits of a venture on the other. It takes into account not only the financial and economic analysis but also considers a broader social context, such as environmental impact, social issues, and more. Cost-benefit analysis should be the basis for determining the justification of any public project and serves as a fundamental tool for making a quality comparison among different public projects.

Along with the feasibility study, you will receive complimentary business consulting services for your company/project.

Development of feasibility studies for small, medium, and large enterprises

Small, medium and large enterprises are required to develop a feasibility study as a prerequisite for financing through EU funds under the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development, Agriculture and Tourism.

Development of feasibility studies for Local and Regional Government Units

Municipalities, cities, and counties, as well as companies owned by them, are required to develop an investment study when financing development projects using non-refundable EU funds.


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Along with our services of business plan development, investment study, and feasibility study, you also receive a complimentary business consulting service for your company or project.