Financial Feasibility and Pro Forma

“Is this new concept of our financially feasible and what is our overall risk?”

Once demand, pricing, and operating expenses are known, proformas can be developed to determine if the concept is feasible. The proforma process also identifies sensitivities, or what factors are most likely to create risk or upside.

Once demand, pricing, and operating expenses are known, proformas can be developed to determine if the concept is feasible. The pro forma process also identifies sensitivities, or what factors are most likely to create risk or upside.

Dominican Republic Financial Feasibility and Pro Forma – Case Study

A new attraction is being considered for the Dominican Republic and the investor wished to minimize risk by managing the cadence of specific development components. Integrated Insight leveraged a market and competitive assessment, primary quantitative research on the proposed concept, and economic inputs to develop the pro forma and supportable investment over a ten year horizon. Using this input, the investor was able to designate which components would be included in Phase 1 versus Phase 2, and what metrics would be used to indicate when Phase 2 should begin.

British Virgin Islands Financial Feasibility and Pro Forma – Case Study

The British Virgin Islands hosts some of the most beautiful islands in the world, but unlike some other Caribbean destinations, lacks the infrastructure to grow tourism. Integrated Insight developed a holistic perspective on potential demand and supportable investment to allow BVI to compete effectively. Through investments in airport and cruise capacity; hotel, timeshare, and peer-to-peer accommodations rebuild post hurricane Irma; and master planning for island infrastructure, we were able to develop the long-term pro forma and supportable investment for growth.

When to Perform Financial Feasibility and Pro Forma Development

Financial feasibility and pro forma development are a good practice for any new product launch but are particularly critical when:

– Determining highest and best use of limited investment capital.

– Understanding investment phasing strategies to maximize return on investment.

– A new product or service is introduced that really has no comparable in the existing portfolio.

– There are some factors that can be highly volatile to your success.

The Integrated Insight Difference

– Our pro formas are designed to evaluate risks and opportunities. We identify the impact of individual factors on the overall financial feasibility, and scale the risk for each.

– We work iteratively with your organization, revising models and inputs and new information is made available.

– We make our models available to you to use, providing an easy user interface to conduct what/if analysis.

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