Invest in a feasibility study to remove doubt and create a clear path forward
Is your business or organisation considering a new venture, infrastructure or strategic project? Do you need clarity about whether to pursue it and how to go about it?
A feasibility study can give you guidance and reassurance on the viability of your project or development. It’s also a useful tool to communicate your intentions to stakeholders and funders.
Whether you need a comprehensive feasibility study, or niche research related to your project, the BlueSalt Consulting team focus on delivering evidence-based, well-researched studies. We’ll objectively consider all possibilities and scenarios to map out the best path.
A feasibility study will look at the landscape around your idea and how likely it is that your project will be successful. For infrastructure development, we explore site properties, climate orientation and local context to support you identify the best fit location and built-environment solution.
This document is a valuable decision-making tool for you and your stakeholders and can help you define your goals and decide how your project will operate.
Research is a core part of many feasibility studies, and in addition to our full feasibility service, we also offer a stand-alone range of information-finding options including:
- Options analysis
- Literature and trend reviews
- Benchmarking and case studies
- Market insight reports
- Stakeholder consultation including surveys, interviews and forums
- Site assessments and site options analysis
At BlueSalt, we understand how important it is to seize opportunities and make good decisions. By undertaking a feasibility study or specialised research, we help you consider your options carefully and objectively and work out the best way forward.
Do you need a feasibility study, a business case or a business plan?
A feasibility study is a formal assessment of whether your proposed project can work (and the best way forward). If you’ve already researched your project, you know it’s solid, and your planning is well underway (especially if you are a business), you may not need a feasibility study. A business case or business plan may be the next step for you.
What’s the difference between a business plan and business case? A business plan is a long-term roadmap for your business, while a business case is used to secure funding for your project and convince investors that it deserves support. You’ll need to have these documents ready when you start looking for funding for your project. We can work with you to develop an individualised plan for your business.
If you need advice on funding and grant options, we recommend having a quick chat with us to determine how to maximise your chances of funding for your next venture.
Having worked with BlueSalt Consulting over the years, it is apparent that the passion, knowledge and expertise that Anna brings to the table is significant. We have engaged Anna for multiple projects and, at all times, they have been delivered on time, within budget and often exceeding expectations.
Anna and her team did an outstanding job in researching and writing a feasibility study for my business, Collabs Scientific Services. They deeply analysed the market data and business case, and carried out in-depth research, and when we found that part of my original conceptual idea wasn’t financially advantageous, they suggested and platformed a number of possible solutions and better directions to take. I don’t hesitate to recommend them.
Anna and the team at BlueSalt Consulting provided strategic advice and expertise to develop our initial (and somewhat vague) concept into a clearly articulated and evidence-based initiative.
We were impressed by their professionalism and ability to deliver excellent solutions, and highly recommend them.
Thank you, thank you, thank you! Your analysis would have to be one of the most comprehensive and well-written reports I have read in a long time, well-done.
Anna and her team delivered a responsive, professional service, providing quality reports on complex matters. With a strong understanding of government processes and systems, they bring a practical and results-focused approach and were easy to work with.