At Feedback Infra, we assist clients in developing a well thought out strategic plan for a sustainable growth over the long term. We also help clients determine their current situation, define goals/objectives, plan routes to achieving the goals/objectives and envision a desired end state.
Many clients entrust us with the responsibility of drawing up a formal statement of business goals and plans for reaching their goals. Typically, these plans include elements such as market and competitive scenario with analysis of aspects related with availability of finance and human resources.
We undertake feasibility studies to determine and document a project's viability and to help our clients make a decision-whether or not to proceed with the project. Typical feasibility studies cover elements such as markets, competition, project cost, revenue projections, returns, risks and the legal and regulatory environment.
Clients rely on us to improve their financial and operating performance through organization design, superior processes, and other systemic changes.
We are adept at applying international standard planning concepts and adapting those to the heritage, aesthetics, economics, and financial needs of urban India. This is used to offer help to municipalities and their agencies to improve the functioning of cities & towns. We also provide multi-modal transport planning solutions using cutting-edge technology for existing developments/cities as well as new developments.
For entrepreneurs who are launching new start-ups in infrastructure, apart from facilitating traditional incubation needs like space and capital, we provide a complete range of services—consulting, engineering, and project management. We are also called upon by Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs), holding companies, and corporates for integrated program management services.
The art of balancing the interests of diverse stakeholders, addressing legal and regulatory issues, and capital structuring which is then converted into contracts that clearly define roles, responsibilities, and risks allocated to each partner.