projects, the preliminary analysis is accompanied or followed
by a Business Plan. The Business Plan sets out the economic
aspects of the project, as a snapshot of the current situation, from
where the client will be able to identify any potentially critical time
periods, associated risks, and consequences of economic slumps or suspensions
in that period.
Business Plan should include at least:
- project cashflow as far as breakeven point
- economic sources and reserve funds
- indication of areas of economic risk
- indication of areas of high operational risk
- revenues or benefits included
- assessment of market receptiveness
- risk analysis
- accompanying remarks from the project proponent.