Feasibility Study

Feasibility Study

Is a Feasibility Study Critical for Your New Venture?

Risk. Oftentimes the difference between success and failure. Each business approaches risk in their own way, some guessing, some being cautious, others throwing caution to the wind. At August Brown we don't believe in leaving success to chance. Contact us today to find out how a feasibility study can strengthen your business today.
photo of business professionals putting their hands together as a team in a huddle
$200M
$350M
$682M
2020
2021
2022
Our Data

Total Funding Supported

A feasibility study is the most efficient and effective way to ensure the success of your proposed venture. When done well, a feasibility study can give you a clear picture of the likelihood of success, as well as illuminate any pitfalls and opportunities you may encounter. Numerous banks and businesses continue to choose August Brown to conduct their recommended and required feasibility studies.

Over $1 Billion in total target funding supported since 2021
August Brown is a boutique consulting firm dedicated to quality, not quantity. Unmatched analytical rigor and depth of insight.
The Market

Who We Serve

USDA Lenders Estate Developers Development Private Businesses Venture Capital Community Commercial Banks Private Equity Development Entities Commercial Real Estate First Nations
Get In Touch

Contact Us

Fill in the form and we will contact you.
Feasibility Study Page

Feasibility Study Questionnaire

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is a feasibility study?

A feasibility study is an evaluation of a proposed project or business idea to determine if it is viable, practical, and worth pursuing.

2. What does a feasibility study include?

A feasibility study typically includes research and analysis of market demand, competition, financial projections, resource availability, and potential risks, among other factors.

Most USDA feasibility studies typically include economic, marketing, technical, financial, and management feasibility analysis. For some studies, safety conditions and food supply chain factors are analyzed.

3. When is a feasibility study necessary?

A feasibility study is necessary when considering a new project or business idea. It is a critical step in the planning process that helps determine whether the project or business idea is viable and worth pursuing. A feasibility study is especially important when the project involves a significant investment of time, money, and resources, and when there is a high degree of uncertainty or risk involved.

For this reason, most investments supported by new market tax credits or USDA loans, as well as certain types of USDA grants, require a feasibility study as part of their due diligence process. A feasibility study is necessary when considering a new project or business idea. It is a critical step in the planning process that helps determine whether the project or business idea is viable and worth pursuing. A feasibility study is especially important when the project involves a significant investment of time, money, and resources, and when there is a high degree of uncertainty or risk involved. It is essential to conduct a feasibility study before making any substantial commitments to ensure that the project is viable and has a good chance of success. Additionally, a feasibility study may be required by potential investors or lenders as part of their due diligence process to determine the viability of the project or business idea.

4. How can a feasibility study help me secure funding for my project?

A well-conducted feasibility study can provide potential investors or lenders with evidence of market demand, financial projections, and a realistic budget and timeline. This can help you secure the funding you need to get your project off the ground.

5. Who should conduct a feasibility study?

A feasibility study is best conducted by a team of experts with experience in market research, financial analysis, engineering, operations, and management. Consulting firms such as August Brown are comprised of consultants, analysts, and other professionals who can provide objective analysis and insights.

6. How long does a feasibility study typically take?

The timeline for a feasibility study can vary depending on the scope and complexity of the project, as well as the availability of data and resources. Typically, a feasibility study can take three to six weeks to complete.

7. How can I use the results of a feasibility study to improve my project or business idea?

The results of a feasibility study can help you identify potential problems and risks, as well as opportunities for improvement. You can use this information to refine your project or business idea, adjust your budget and timeline, and develop strategies to mitigate risks and maximize success. The results of a feasibility study can provide valuable insights into the viability of a project or business idea and identify areas for improvement and risk mitigation.

8. How can a feasibility study help me navigate U.S. regulations and requirements?

A feasibility study can help you identify and navigate the specific regulations and requirements that may affect your project. This can include zoning laws, building codes, environmental regulations, and other legal and regulatory considerations that can impact the feasibility of your project.

9. What industries or sectors can benefit from a feasibility study?

Any industry or sector can benefit from a feasibility study, from real estate development to agriculture to advanced manufacturing. Feasibility studies are particularly valuable for projects that require significant capital investment or have a high degree of risk.

10. How much does a feasibility study typically cost?

The cost of a feasibility study can vary depending on the scope and complexity of the project, as well as the level of research and analysis required. Contact us and we will provide you with a custom quote.