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Sample text from One Page Feasibility Study:
Before you start up your business, you need to know that it has a chance to succeed. A feasibility study can let you know whether or not your business plan is viable. You'll want to address the following categories:
Products and Services
What is/are your service(s) or product(s)?
What is it made of? How much does it cost to make and how much of it do you make per month or year?
How have you or will you make sure that it's safe, durable and up to code?
How is this service being offered? How is it accredited?
R&D and technical specs
How is it available to customers?
Market levels over the last several years
Viability of the average business in this field in this market
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