Introducing the “Do It Yourself Feasibility Study Toolkit”

Are you ready to roll up your sleeves to do your own feasibility study, and just need help getting started, and some guidance along the way?

After conducting dozens of feasibility studies for food businesses of all kinds, New Venture Advisors now offers a Do It Yourself Feasibility Study Toolkit to enable and empower teams to conduct effective feasibility studies on their own.

The DIY Toolkit equips you with NVA’s 10-step work plan, and includes more than 50 how-to guides, worksheets, templates and examples to guide you through everything from organizing your team to making the go/no-go decision. New Venture Advisors provides coaching support throughout the project, and supplies the financial analyses you need to evaluate the potential of your envisioned enterprise.

Built for Food Businesses:

  • food hubs
  • kitchen incubators
  • commercial kitchens
  • produce processing
  • more coming soon

The DIY Toolkit Contains:

  • 10-step work plan that makes it simple to plan, manage and track progress
  • 10 how-to guides to help you through each step and major task
  • 23 worksheets and templates to organize your work and findings
  • 15 examples to illustrate key tasks and communications
  • 7 custom components where NVA’s expertise is needed most
  • 7 hours of coaching with an NVA expert to help you from start to finish

Sign up now for a free 15-minute consultation to see if the DIY Toolkit is right for you. 

 

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Compare the DIY Toolkit to our traditional full-service feasibility study to see which is right for you.

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 Whatcom Local Food Campus

The Whatcom Community Foundation invests in activities and organizations that improve the ability of people to help themselves, increase connections among people, and take cooperative approaches to community issues. WCF is exploring the development of a local food campus on a waterfront property that would become a multi-tenant site, anchored by a school district commissary. The goal is to strengthen Whatcom County’s local food system by promoting health equity, forging tangible strategic connections between food production organizations, and helping farmers connect with institutional markets. NVA developed the business case for this ambitious project and continues to support its development. (2021)