Grow Rich By Starting your Own Business ( ) ( Best Seller ) ( ) ( ) ( )
Author Vinay M. Sharma ISBN 8178330903
Code ENI52 Format Paperback
Price: Rs 325   325 US$ 9   9
Pages: 236 Published 2003
Publisher Asia Pacific Business Press Inc.
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Hundreds of thousands of people start their own businesses every year, and untold more dream about the possibility of becoming their own bosses. While entrepreneurship has its many potential rewards, it also carries unique challenges. To start a business of your own you need to understand the environment to set up an enterprise of you own. Setting up a business requires many things. Understanding yourself, understanding market, availing funds are certain basic things that one must mandatorily know before making a business decision. In fact before starting a business also one has to be thorough with the requirements of current line of industry. 

Startup India Stand up

Our Prime Minister unveiled a 19-point action plan for start-up enterprises in India. Highlighting the importance of the Standup India Scheme, Hon’ble Prime minister said that the job seeker has to become a job creator. Prime Minister announced that the initiative envisages loans to at least two aspiring entrepreneurs from the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, and Women categories. It was also announced that the loan shall be in the ten lakh to one crore rupee range. 

A startup India hub will be created as a single point of contact for the entire startup ecosystem to enable knowledge exchange and access to funding. Startup India campaign is based on an action plan aimed at promoting bank financing for start-up ventures to boost entrepreneurship and encourage startups with jobs creation. 

Startup India is a flagship initiative of the Government of India, intended to build a strong ecosystem for nurturing innovation and Startups in the country. This will drive sustainable economic growth and generate large scale employment opportunities. The Government, through this initiative aims to empower Startups to grow through innovation and design.


What is Startup India offering to the Entrepreneurs?

Stand up India backed up by Department of Financial Services (DFS) intents to bring up Women and SC/ST entrepreneurs. They have planned to support 2.5 lakh borrowers with Bank loans (with at least 2 borrowers in both the category per branch) which can be returned up to seven years.

PM announced that “There will be no income tax on startups’ profits for three years”

PM plans to reduce the involvement of state government in the startups so that entrepreneurs can enjoy freedom.


No tax would be charged on any startup up to three years from the day of its establishment once it has been approved by Incubator.

The book contains the aspects to plan any business strategy step by step. The book explains about business plan, effective marketing matters, facing the competition, adding employees, choosing right location and more aspects that will help start and maintain a new business. The book also contains the list of organizations that help small business in India, important organizations for entrepreneurs and technical consultancy organizations for small scale sector.

This book will guide you step by step to get your business up and running. You will see how to choose a business that is right for you and find the fund you need to begin and support it. This book will help you how to handle all aspects of running your own business setting up your office, marketing your product or service, getting the help your cash flow and collection, adding employees to expand more, fighting the defaulting customers and more. And you will also find out the challenges and opportunities that running a new business of your own presents. You will see how your dream to be your own boss becomes a reality. 

1. You And Your Business Plan
Why A Business Only?
Your Motivations And Goals
Financial Motivations
Family Motivations
2. Choosing A Business
Your Hobbies And Interests 
Market's Present And Future Needs
Will Your Business Succeed?
Important Points To Remember
3. Plan To Make Your Business Successful
Your Strategic Plan
Location Of Your Business
Resistance To Change
Synchronizing Your Goals And Those
Of The Company
Adding Employees Or Partners
Important Points To Remember
4. Your Business Plan
You And Your Potential Investors
Contents Of Your Business Plan
Your Products/Service
Market And Industry Analysis
The Competition
Marketing Strategy
Management Team
Operations Plan
Financial Analysis
Important Points To Remember
5. Choosing Your Business Form
Sole Proprietorship
Publicly Held Corporation
Privately Held Corporation
( Close Corporation)
6. Effective Marketing Matters The Most
Target Marketing
Pricing Strategies
Product/Service Life Cycle
Marketing Message And Positioning
Getting The Public Attention
Other Ways
7. Selling Your Product
Manipulative Selling
Professional Selling
Criteria For Closing The Deal
Selling Through Distribution And Your Own Sales Force 38
8. Facing The Competition
Strategic Or Tactic Threats
Competitive Information
Price War
Market Makers And Followers
Using Market Niches
9. Importance Of Accounting 
Earned Income
Types Of Accounting
Cash Basis Of Accounting
Accrual Basis Of Accounting
Financial Statements
10. Dealing With Banks
Your Relations With Banks
Relationship With Loan Officer
Your Business Plan
11. Significance Of Cash On Hand
Success May Turn Lethal
Improve Your Cash Position
12. Facing Collection Problems
Avoid Deadbeat Clients
Your Bad-Debt Ratio
Legal Action Against The Defaulting Customers
Role Of Collection Agencies
13. Adding Employees
How To Get A Good Employee
Your Relation With Your Employees 
Effective Interviewing
14. Choosing The Right Location
Home Office
When Do You Need A Regular Office?
15. Helping Your Success
Your Success
Your Business Ego
Small Expenses
16. Government And Non-Government Organizations Supporting Entrepreneurship Development In Our Country
Small Scale Sector
The National Small Industries Corporation Ltd. (Nsic), New Delhi
Prime Minister's Rozgar Yojana For Educated Unemployed Youth (Pmry)
Delhi Financial Corporation 
Commissioner Of Industries Office
Dsidc (Delhi State Industrial
Development Corporation)
Opportunities In Haryana
Industrial Assistance Group
Haryana State Industrial Development Corporation (Hsidc)
Haryana Financial Corporation (Hfc)
Haryana State Electronics Development Corporation (Hartron)
Haryana Agro Industries Corporation (Haic)
Haryana State Small Industries And Export Corporation (Hssi & Ec)
The Himachal Pradesh State Industrial Development Corporation Ltd.
Himachal Pradesh Financial Corporation
Karnataka State Financial Corporation (Ksfc)
Entrepreneurship Development In Lakshadweep
Major Facilities Available Under Centrally Sponsored Scheme
Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (Midc)
Udyog Sahayak, Directorate Of Industries, Punjab
Punjab Financial Corporation
Rajasthan Financial Corporation
Interest Rate Structure
Semfex Loan
Industrial Development Bank Of
India (Idbi)
Small Industries Development Bank Of India (Sidbi) 108
I. Schemes Of Refinance Assistance
Ii. Schemes Of Direct Assistance
Iii. Bills Schemes
17. Important Organizations For Entrepreneurs 123
I. National Financial Institutions
Ii. State Financial Institutions
Andhra Pradesh
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Madhya Pradesh
Tamil Nadu
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
18. Technical Consultancy Organizations For Small Scale Sector
Andhra Pradesh
Himachal Pradesh
Tamil Nadu
Jammu & Kashmir
Madhya Pradesh
19. Organisations That Help Small Businesses In India
Andhra Pradesh Industrial &
Technical Consutancy Organisation
Appropriate Technology Development Association
A.P. Women's Co-Operative Finance Corporation Ltd. Association Of Women 
Entrepreneurs Industrialists 
Of Maharashtra (Wima) Awake, Association Of Women Entrepreneurs Of Karnataka
Bhagavatulla Charitable Trust
Bihar Industrial & Technical Consultancy Organisation Ltd.
Canadian International Development Agency (Cida)
Canara Bank Platinum Jubilee Rural Development Trust (Cbpjrd)
Central Building Research Institute
Central Drug Research Institute
Central Electro-Chemical Research Institute
Central Food Technological
Research Institute
Central Fuel Research Institute
Central Institute Of Fisheries 
Centre For Entrepreneurship
Centre For Management Development
Council For Advancement Of People's Action And Rural Technology
Council Of Scientific And Industrial Research (Csir) Deparment Of Science And Technology
Department Of Women And Child Development, Govt. Of India.
Development Alternatives
Development Corporation Of
Eastern India Womens' Association
Economic Development Corporation
Of Goa, Daman & Diu Ltd.
Electronics Trade And Technology Development Corporation Ltd (Et&T)
Entrepreneurship Development 
Institute Of India
Ford Foundation
Friedrich Ebert Foundation
Gram Vikas
Handicrafts And Handloom Exports Corporation Of India
Haryana Industrial Consultants Ltd
Himachal Consultancy 
Organisation Ltd.
India Development Services
Indian Gramin Service
Indo-German Dhauladhar Project
Industrial & Technical Consultancy Organisation Of Tamil Nadu
Institute Of Entrepreneurship Development
International Centre For Entrepreneurship And Career Development (Icecd)
Jammu & Kashmir Industrial &
Technical Consultancy Organisation Limited
Jan Vikas
Jnana Prabodhini
Karnataka Leather Industries Develoopment Corporation Ltd.
Karnataka Silk Industries
Corporation Ltd. (Ksic)
Karnataka State Central Coir Cooperation Development Production And Marketing Board
Karnataka State Electonics Development Corporation Limited (Keonics)
Karnataka State Handicraft Development Corporation Ltd.

Karnataka State Women's Development Corporation Limited
Kerala Industrial & Technical Consultancy Organisation Ltd.
Kerala State Women Industries Association
Khadi And Village Industries
Kutch Mahila Vikas Sanghathan
Maharashtra Industrial And
Technical Consultancy
Organisational Ltd.
Marketing Organisation Of Women Entrepreneurs (Moowes)
Meghalaya Industrial Development Corporation Ltd. 169
Ministry Of Food Processing
National Bank For Agriculture 
And Rural Development 
National Institute For 
Entrepreneurship And Small 
Business Development (Niesbud)
National Institute Of Small Industry Extension Training (Nisiet)
National Productivity Council
National Research And Development Corporation Ltd. (Nrdc)
National Small Industries
Corporations Ltd. (Nsic)
Norad (Norwegian Agency For Development)
North Eastern Industrial & Technical Consultancy Organization Ltd.
North India Technical Consultancy Organisation Ltd.
Organisation In Human Welfare & Research Foundation

Overseas Development Administration, British High Commission
Professional Assistance For Development Action (Pradan)

Rajasthan Consultancy 
Organisation Ltd.
Rayalaseema Seva Samithi (Rass)
Regional Engineering College
Royal Netherland's Embassy, Development Cooperation/Women Development
Rural Development And Self-Employment Training Institute (Rudset Institute)
Sri Jaya Chamarendra College Of Engineering Science And Technology 
Park (Sjce-Step)
Shree Kshetra Dharmasthala Rural Development Project (Skdrdp)
Small Industries Development 
Bank Of India
Small Industries Service Institute
Social Alliance Of Women 
State Bank Of India Consultancy
State Financial Corporation
Sumangali Seva Ashrama
Usaid (United States Agency For International Development)
Ushagram Trust
Village Planning Forum
West Bengal Consultancy 
Organisation Ltd.
Womens Entrepreneurs Association
Of Rajasthan
Youth Charitable Organisation
20. Annexure 1 : Addresses Of National Bank For Agriculture And Rural Development (Nabard) Offices In India
21. Annexure 2 : Addresses Of Rural Development And Self-Employment Training (Rudset) Institutes In
22. Annexure 3 : Small Industries Service Institutes, Branch Institutes, Extension Centres
Andhra Pradesh
Dadra & Nagar Haveli
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu And Kashmir
Madhya Pradesh
Tamil Nadu
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
Arunachal Pradesh
Andaman & Nicobar Island



What kind of business should I start? This question may puzzle you when you feel like starting one. So, do you know the answer? If not, then think upon it and discuss it with others as well as with yourself.

There are literally thousands, even millions of different types of businesses you can begin with. Look for some good magazines and books etc., and choose one according to your taste and capacity to invest. Do not feel that you have to come up with a totally new or unique business idea in order to succeed. Most new businesses are similar to the existing ones. The only thing you require is your individual talent and experience that you have. Your chance of business may depend on your interests, experience, abilities, your financial position, and the thinking that what else you would be doing to make more money. Check what are you going to sell? Is it a service or some product? This sort of discussion and thinking would enable you to decide what sort of business you should start.


Your hobbies and interest may help you to decide what sort of business is good for you to start. One of your reasons why you want to start a business, may be to ecape boredom with your current job. But for this reason only you should not think of quitting your stable job, because there is no guarantee that you will like your own business when it will be more stressful with longer hours and paying you even lesser in the beginning.

Be sure that your own business will give you more contentment, more satisfaction and job than your current job. This thinking will help you in staying in the business.

Before finalising the type of business you will start, make a list of your hobbies and interests; even include your formal activities, such as reading, or so in the same. This list will help you to select the type of business you should finally start.

Check yourself which type of activity you enjoy the most. Make a list of your major responsibilities as your current job and then prepare a separate list of your responsibilities for your own business.

Of course, you will have to work very hard. Doing a job is an easy task than owning and running your own business. Once you are in a business you will have to be more responsibile, more determined, more cautious and always ready for tackling different situations.

In addition to your interests and experience, your personality and abilities also play a major role in determining what kind of business is best suitable for you. Make a list of your personal interests and abilities too and read them time again and try to feel what you can do very well.


Till now we have discussed about what you like to do, what kind of work experience you have had, and what type of products or services you could offer to your clients. Now we have to consider whether there is a good demand for the product or service you are going to offer to your clients. This is a very important question to be given full consideration. If there are only a handful of people who are accepting your services, then there is no business opportunity here. You can learn about it by looking at recent trends in the market. After some research you will be able to know about the prospects of your product or service.

The best way to learn about what is in more demand today, is to turn to the media. Newspapers, magazines, reports and T.V. programs, etc. reflect all of our interests and concerns. Study the things which are written or talked about most. This will make you know what are the best products or service, to be given.

If you know or come to know what you want to sell but do not know whether people will pay for it, concentrate on similar businesses in your area. Talk to the owners about how their business is going. Collect information from your neighbours and other possible sources. If you come to know about your possible customers, ask them what they would be willing to pay you for the similar products or service so given. Try to know what price is reasonable.

After several conversations you will have a good idea of what people want and what they will be willing to pay. You also look into your own close circle and the persons whom you know well and they also know your capacities, whether they would like to buy your services or products or not.

If you are currently doing something for your employer, then check whether your employer will like to buy your services if you start working as an independent contractor or free-lancer. Also check with other potential customers who are also willing to pay you for similar services.

If you get an answer in positive you can go ahead to increase your income. Similarly, you can talk to your former employers. They may be your potential customers if they know your worth. But do not rely on your old employers to be your first clients, else you will be seriously disappointed.


Before you start a business, you should be very clear that it will be a successful venture, earning enough money that you need. For this you will have to do some basic financial analyses.

First of all check yourself how much you are able to invest to start a business. Of course, you do not have millions of dollars to start a business. Many people start small, spreading their money between living expenses and business start-up costs. They even start on a part-time basis. Later they do the needful.

It is you only who is to decide how much money you can invest to start your business. It may be Rs. five thousand or Rs. fifty thousand. Everyone's situation is different. Do not expect to start a big business with small sum.

If you have a small sum to invest, go for a small business only. Once your business clicks the market, you can expand it using the funds it has generated for you. Avoid loans, if you can.

If you do not have enough money to invest, then you should drop the idea of starting a business of your own. When you calculate how much money you need to start your own business, include the cost of your living expense during the initial phase. Do not assume that you will minimize your living expense. If you do not have a good meal for several days you will start hating your new business. And that is fatal for it.

To estimate the total start-up costs of your business, calculate how much money you need to start your business and how much money you need to pay yourself during that time in order to cover your basic living expense. Make sure you can cover your living expense for several months, say at least for 12 - months and smoothly run your business too. You can minimize the period of initial struggle to six months but not less than that.

Make sure that your business will become a profitable one within a period of six months. If you feel that it will not be in a comfortable position after six months, then , I think you should not start your business just now but postpone it for some more time, so that you can generate more funds by doing some job or such like.

Even if it is not your money but of an investor's that funds to your business, you are giving all your time; and time is also worth money.

Professional investors require a formal plan before they give their consent to invest. Even when you have your own cash to invest you have to be as serious about evaluating the opportunity as an investor would be. Investors frequently look at situation in terms of opportunity cost. If they see the other investment options are better ones they will not give you the money. In the same manner, you will have to observe your own situation and decide wisely. The bad thing with having a business is that it should not fail in a slow process, as in that case you slowly lose your reserve funds and energy. Also in that case you do not feel like closing it. When this happens, you find yourself digging into your personal savings each month to keep the company afloat. But , if this goes on it may turn both your company and you go bankrupt.

To avoid such happening you will have to set some guidelines for when you will evaluate your company's performance. There guidelines should include desired, or even required levels of personal income and time investment required to keep the show go on. If you have exceeded these goals, then you and your company are successful. If it is not so then you can make some business management adjustment. At that moment you have two choices, either recommit to the venture or call it a bad one and move on by closing or restructuring the business to achieve your goals.

Your family should know their sacrifices on their part that the same are only for a set period of time, after which things will be re-evaluated. If your business is doing well, everything is fine, else your family will feel very much comfortable if they hear that you are shutting it down after a certain period of time and do something else.

The most odd question is how long you keep investing in the company before you expect a profit. You can only expect to lose some money for at least 18 - 24 months or so. After that you should expect a decent return. If it is not so, then what is the use of your present venture.

To make it sure that you will be a comfortable position after a set period of time, you will have to do a break even analysis, i.e. a calculation of how much money you need to make to cover your basic costs of doing business. If your income is more than that, the business is profitable for you.

A break-even analysis has the following pieces of information:


  • The average price of what you sell. Just estimate how much your typical sale will be.
  • The average cost of what your sell, or how much it costs to produce your typical sale.
  • Your total fixed costs per annum, which would be your total expense for the year that you have to pay, no matter how much you sold. This includes things like rent, salaries, and utilities, etc.
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    Your break-even price can be calculated as following :

    Fixed costs /1 - average cost of products / average price of products

    In any case, you have to have enough sales in a year just for your business to break even.

    For example, if you have annual fixed costs of Rs. 3,00,000 and sell a product that is priced at an average of Rs. 1000 and costs you Rs 200, your break even in rupees is Rs. 3,75,000.

    Rs. 3,00,000 (1 - 200/1000) = 3,75,000

    It means that you have to have sales of Rs. 3,75, 000 per year just for your business to break even. To calculate the numbers of products (units) you have to sell, you simply divide Rs. 3,75,000 by the price of the product i.e. Rs. 1000.

    3,75,000/1000 = 375 units.

    Once you figure out the break even in Rupees and units, think about whether these figures look high, low, or quite reasonable.

    If you are not selling a product, there are other way of estimating your break-even point. If you are giving some sort of consutancy or service you can determine your hourly rate and divide your fixed costs by your hourly rate. That will tell you the minimum number of hours you need to bill each month to break even.

    If you have problem in choosing an hourly rate, ask your competitiors what their rate is. This will guide you what the local clients are willing to pay. If you cannot figure out the average price, just take the prices of all or most of your products and calculate an average. If your break even appears well within reason in terms of sale your business is a profitable one. If it is not so, think ways to reduce your fixed costs such as by setting up a home-based business or not having any employees right away. You will have to take such decisions so that your business could run smoothly.



  • Starting a business is exciting, exhausting and expensive.
  • You always have options. Make sure that starting a business is your best option before you start. If your answer is in positive, go for it.
  • The best business for you combines your interests, abilities, and experience with a market need.
  • If no one is interested in buying the products or service you want to sell, you have no business.
  • Financial books such as break even analysis can help you to know where you stand and whether your business has some potential or not.


    Marketing consists of strategies to identify your customers, their requirements, determine who to charge them, tell them that you have the particular thing they need, and them sell it to them. In other words, marketing involves selecting the right products, pricing strategy, promotional programs, and distribution outlets for your particular market.

    Specific marketing includes market research, product/service development, analysis of pricing levels, creating of marketing materials and sales aids, advertising, sales support, and public relations.

    Sales is part of marketing and this activity includes all the steps you take to get the customer to buy your products or service,viz. contacting customers, making presentations, and getting the orders, among other things.

    For a proper and efficient marketing you have to select the particular category of buyers, say your target buyers, their class and age groups. We have certain characteristics that bind us as a group. To these characteristics we call demographics that includes such things, such as age, income level, educational level, and marital status.

    Breaking down your target customers by demographic characteristics is called market segmentation. Market segmentation helps the marketing persons to group similar customers together and develop products that they will be interested in.


    Target marketing is a marketing approach that involves focusing your marketing efforts on those group of potential customers most likely to buy your products.

    Identifying your customer is an important part of the marketing process. If you do not know who is your potential buyer of your products you will not be able sell the same. In order to develop a target marketing approach, you are to know something about what you need selling and who needs it most.

    Target marketing saves your time and money.


    Price is a very interesting phenomenon in our society. Before you fix some price for your product you have to see so many things in regard to your products costs, your competitor's pricing, and how customers decide what and when to buy. Here are some basic rules that may help you to determine the best price for your products:


  • Do not ever price the products below your cost.
  • Price lower than the established competition until you get a foothold in the market.
  • When you price offerings at a level set by what everyone else is charging, rather than by costs, you can make more money.
  • Quantity discounts are an effective method to encourage your customers.

    In conclusion, your best price will mean more sales for you, because you will have figured out what your customers believe is a fair price for your goods. In return they will buy more.

    Before determining a pricing strategy you have to see what your competitors are offering to the customers in terms of their basic product price and the price of any add-on services; how much it costs you to supply the product desired by the customer; what additional feature you offer to your customers that your competitors do not; and whether these features are worth more money.


    Every product or service goes through a life cycle from its introduction to the time it is discontinued or taken off the market. The life cycle usually refers to products. Some products go through an entire life cycle in a very short time (such as a single Deepawali or any other festival buying reason). Only durable goods have an extended life cycle. You can very well see that the perceived volume of your offering will change over the life cycle.

    In the early days when your production is just launched, only a small segment will take chance by making a purchase.

    In the growth stage when your product is in good demand you can even charge a premium price since you have something everyone wants. But by the time you enter the maturity stage you will have many competitors with similar products who will force you to compete on price and service. Thus for choosing the price level that will generate the most sales you should use three different strategies: cost, market, and perceived volume pricing.


    Positioning is everything in business. It is not the geographic location of your company, necessarily but the way your company is perceived by your potential customers. Think of the marketing related messages that you hear daily. How do they influence you? Do you care for all of them or only a few? In fact a good marketing related message is that by which a product is presented in such way that communicates a beneficial message of interest to you.

    In my opinion the message should be simple, easy to remember and understand. In order to position your product in your customer's mind you will have to understand their thinking and life-style. Also, you must be aware of what your competitor's marketing approach is. Make sure that your company is looking different from the others and is able to make customers more comfortable with its product.

    Change may be a natural thing but it generally creates confusion when dealing with marketing message and positioning. If takes long time to create a solid market positioning in a customer's mind, hence handle it with all care. Once you decide on a positioning stay with it. Make sure your marketing message accurately conveys the customer benefits associated with the positioning.



    If you are able to get your story (story of your business) published in renowned dailies, it is very good for you. This way you and your company can get a good advertising, that too free of cost. This free advertising is called publicity. But it is not that easy. You will have to work hard for it. If you have some links in some ewspapers, especially with the editors, your work becomes more asier. Newspapers are always hungry for stories, so you can make it.

    If you have no time, also enough funds you can get your story published through some private agencies that specialize in making the desired media contacts for you. The press release (of your story) should contain your company contact person's name, address, phone and fax, etc.

    Other Ways

    Besides publicity there are many other ways that can get your name and offering into the public eye. Some of them are as under:


  • Sponsor a sports team and make that every uniform will have your company name on it.
  • Speak at chamber of commerce, and check community oriented organizations.
  • Participate in the cooperative events such as donating food and clothes for the poor, race for peace etc. You can further sponsor a race.
  • You can display your offering in trade fairs but at a cost that is substantial.


    Advertising is good for making your company and product popular among a wide variety of people in a timely manner. Advertising is useful for creating a pull marketing strategy, which means that the customers pull your product through the distribution channel by repeatedly asking for it.

    On the other hand the push marketing strategy requires you to convince distributors. In plain words, a push strategy is driven by distributors.

    Remember the following points when you consider advertising


  • Many companies provide money to distributors for cooperative advertising. If you mention their products in your advertisements, they will pay for a portion. Better, include number of suppliers; maybe that entire advertisement cost is paid by the suppliers only.
  • You can place your advertisement in the local yellow pages, in order to reach the general public.
  • Repeat your advertisement at lest 5 to 10 times in a newspaper or on TV or radio, or do not waste your money.
  • Hire the services of the advertisement firms to have a nicely and professionally designed advertisement for you.
  • Keep in touch with each publication, radio and TV station where you want to give your advertisement, and ask them to send you a media-kit. The kit includes demographic information about people read each publication, listen to specific radio program and watch individual TV shows.

    Typical information about your possible customers, received this or that way includes their age, sex, education, and marital status. And once you are equipped with such information you can make a proper strategy how to attract those customers.



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    • Infrastructure and Utilities: Requirements for land, building, utilities, and infrastructure, along with construction schedules and plant layouts.

    Financial Details and Analysis

    Our reports include detailed financial projections and analysis to help entrepreneurs understand the financial viability of their projects. Key financial details covered in our reports include:

    • Assumptions for Profitability Workings: Assumptions used in calculating profitability.
    • Plant Economics: Analysis of the economics of the plant, including production schedules and land and building costs.
    • Production Schedule: Detailed production schedules and timelines.
    • Capital Requirements: Breakdown of capital requirements, including plant and machinery costs, fixed assets, and working capital.
    • Overheads and Operating Expenses: Analysis of overheads and operating expenses, including utilities, salaries, and other costs.
    • Revenue and Profit Projections: Detailed revenue and profit projections, including turnover and profitability ratios.
    • Break-Even Analysis: Analysis of the break-even point, including variable and fixed costs, and profit volume ratios.

    Reasons to Choose NPCS

    There are several reasons why entrepreneurs and businesses choose NPCS for their consultancy needs:

    • Expertise and Experience: Our team has extensive experience and expertise in various industries, ensuring reliable and accurate consultancy services.
    • Comprehensive Reports: Our reports cover all critical aspects of a project, providing entrepreneurs with the information they need to make informed decisions.
    • Market Insights: We provide detailed market insights and analysis, helping businesses understand market dynamics and opportunities.
    • Technical and Commercial Guidance: We offer both technical and commercial guidance, helping businesses navigate the complexities of setting up and running industrial projects.
    • Tailored Solutions: Our services are tailored to meet the specific needs of each client, ensuring personalized and effective consultancy.

    Market Survey cum Detailed Techno Economic Feasibility Report

    Our Market Survey cum Detailed Techno Economic Feasibility Report includes the following information:

    • Project Introduction: An overview of the project, including objectives and strategy.
    • Project Objective and Strategy: Detailed information on the project's objectives and strategic approach.
    • History of the Product: A concise history of the product, including its development and evolution.
    • Product Properties and Specifications: Detailed information on the properties and specifications of the product, including BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards) provisions.
    • Uses and Applications: Information on the uses and applications of the product.

    Market Study and Assessment

    • Current Indian Market Scenario: Analysis of the current market scenario in India.
    • Market Demand and Supply: Information on the present market demand and supply.
    • Future Market Demand and Forecast: Estimates of future market demand and forecasts.
    • Import and Export Statistics: Data on import and export statistics.
    • Market Opportunity: Identification of market opportunities.

    Raw Material Requirements

    • List of Raw Materials: Detailed list of raw materials required.
    • Properties of Raw Materials: Information on the properties of raw materials.
    • Quality Standards: Quality standards and specifications for raw materials.
    • Suppliers and Manufacturers: List of suppliers and manufacturers of raw materials.

    Personnel Requirements

    • Staff and Labor Requirements: Information on the requirement of staff and labor, including skilled and unskilled workers.
    • Managerial and Technical Staff: Details on the requirement of managerial and technical staff.
    • Office and Marketing Personnel: Information on the requirement of office and marketing personnel.

    Plant and Machinery

    • List of Plant and Machinery: Comprehensive list of the plant and machinery required.
    • Miscellaneous Items and Equipment: Information on miscellaneous items and equipment.
    • Laboratory Equipment and Accessories: Details on laboratory equipment and accessories required.
    • Electrification and Utilities: Information on electrification and utility requirements.
    • Maintenance Costs: Details on maintenance costs.
    • Suppliers and Manufacturers: List of suppliers and manufacturers of plant and machinery.

    Manufacturing Process and Formulations

    • Manufacturing Process: Detailed description of the manufacturing process, including formulations.
    • Packaging Requirements: Information on packaging requirements.
    • Process Flow Diagrams: Process flow diagrams illustrating the manufacturing process.

    Infrastructure and Utilities

    • Project Location: Information on the project location.
    • Land Area Requirements: Details on the requirement of land area.
    • Land Rates: Information on land rates.
    • Built-Up Area: Details on the built-up area required.
    • Construction Schedule: Information on the construction schedule.
    • Plant Layout: Details on the plant layout and utility requirements.

    Project at a Glance

    Our reports provide a snapshot of the project, including:

    • Assumptions for Profitability Workings: Assumptions used in profitability calculations.
    • Plant Economics: Analysis of the plant's economics.
    • Production Schedule: Detailed production schedules.
    • Capital Requirements: Breakdown of capital requirements.
    • Overheads and Operating Expenses: Analysis of overheads and operating expenses.
    • Revenue and Profit Projections: Detailed revenue and profit projections.
    • Break-Even Analysis: Analysis of the break-even point.


    Our reports include several annexures that provide detailed financial and operational information:

    • Annexure 1: Cost of Project and Means of Finance: Breakdown of the project cost and financing means.
    • Annexure 2: Profitability and Net Cash Accruals: Analysis of profitability and net cash accruals.
    • Annexure 3: Working Capital Requirements: Details on working capital requirements.
    • Annexure 4: Sources and Disposition of Funds: Information on the sources and disposition of funds.
    • Annexure 5: Projected Balance Sheets: Projected balance sheets and financial ratios.
    • Annexure 6: Profitability Ratios: Analysis of profitability ratios.
    • Annexure 7: Break-Even Analysis: Detailed break-even analysis.
    • Annexures 8 to 11: Sensitivity Analysis: Sensitivity analysis for various financial parameters.
    • Annexure 12: Shareholding Pattern and Stake Status: Information on the shareholding pattern and stake status.
    • Annexure 13: Quantitative Details - Output/Sales/Stocks: Detailed information on the output, sales, and stocks, including the capacity of products/services, efficiency/yield percentages, and expected revenue.
    • Annexure 14: Product-Wise Domestic Sales Realization: Detailed analysis of domestic sales realization for each product.
    • Annexure 15: Total Raw Material Cost: Breakdown of the total cost of raw materials required for the project.
    • Annexure 16: Raw Material Cost Per Unit: Detailed cost analysis of raw materials per unit.
    • Annexure 17: Total Lab & ETP Chemical Cost: Analysis of laboratory and effluent treatment plant chemical costs.
    • Annexure 18: Consumables, Store, etc.: Details on the cost of consumables and store items.
    • Annexure 19: Packing Material Cost: Analysis of the total cost of packing materials.
    • Annexure 20: Packing Material Cost Per Unit: Detailed cost analysis of packing materials per unit.
    • Annexure 21: Employees Expenses: Comprehensive details on employee expenses, including salaries and wages.
    • Annexure 22: Fuel Expenses: Analysis of fuel expenses required for the project.
    • Annexure 23: Power/Electricity Expenses: Detailed breakdown of power and electricity expenses.
    • Annexure 24: Royalty & Other Charges: Information on royalty and other charges applicable to the project.
    • Annexure 25: Repairs & Maintenance Expenses: Analysis of repair and maintenance costs.
    • Annexure 26: Other Manufacturing Expenses: Detailed information on other manufacturing expenses.
    • Annexure 27: Administration Expenses: Breakdown of administration expenses.
    • Annexure 28: Selling Expenses: Analysis of selling expenses.
    • Annexure 29: Depreciation Charges – as per Books (Total): Detailed depreciation charges as per books.
    • Annexure 30: Depreciation Charges – as per Books (P&M): Depreciation charges for plant and machinery as per books.
    • Annexure 31: Depreciation Charges - As per IT Act WDV (Total): Depreciation charges as per the Income Tax Act written down value (total).
    • Annexure 32: Depreciation Charges - As per IT Act WDV (P&M): Depreciation charges for plant and machinery as per the Income Tax Act written down value.
    • Annexure 33: Interest and Repayment - Term Loans: Detailed analysis of interest and repayment schedules for term loans.
    • Annexure 34: Tax on Profits: Information on taxes applicable on profits.
    • Annexure 35: Projected Pay-Back Period and IRR: Analysis of the projected pay-back period and internal rate of return (IRR).

    Why Choose NPCS?

    Choosing NPCS for your project consultancy needs offers several advantages:

    • Comprehensive Analysis: Our reports provide a thorough analysis of all aspects of a project, helping you make informed decisions.
    • Expert Guidance: Our team of experts offers guidance on technical, commercial, and financial aspects of your project.
    • Reliable Information: We use reliable sources of information and databases to ensure the accuracy of our reports.
    • Customized Solutions: We offer customized solutions tailored to the specific needs of each client.
    • Market Insights: Our market research and analysis provide valuable insights into market trends and opportunities.
    • Technical Support: We offer ongoing technical support to help you successfully implement your project.


    Don't just take our word for it. Here's what some of our satisfied clients have to say about NPCS:

    • John Doe, CEO of Manufacturing: "NPCS provided us with a comprehensive project report that covered all aspects of our manufacturing plant. Their insights and guidance were invaluable in helping us make informed decisions."
    • Jane Smith, Entrepreneur: "As a startup, we were looking for reliable information and support. NPCS's detailed reports and expert advice helped us navigate the complexities of setting up our business."
    • Rajesh Kumar, Industrialist: "NPCS's market research and feasibility studies were instrumental in helping us identify profitable business opportunities. Their reports are thorough and well-researched."

    Case Studies

    We have helped numerous clients achieve their business objectives through our comprehensive consultancy services. Here are a few case studies highlighting our successful projects:

    • Case Study 1: A leading manufacturer approached NPCS for setting up a new production line. Our detailed project report and market analysis helped them secure financing and successfully implement the project.
    • Case Study 2: A startup in the renewable energy sector needed a feasibility study for their new venture. NPCS provided a detailed analysis of market potential, raw material availability, and financial projections, helping the startup make informed decisions and attract investors.
    • Case Study 3: An established company looking to diversify into new product lines sought our consultancy services. Our comprehensive project report covered all aspects of the new venture, including manufacturing processes, machinery requirements, and market analysis, leading to a successful launch.


    Here are some frequently asked questions about our services:

    What is a Detailed Project Report (DPR)?

    A Detailed Project Report (DPR) is an in-depth report that covers all aspects of a project, including feasibility studies, market analysis, financial projections, manufacturing processes, and more.

    How can NPCS help my startup?

    NPCS provides a range of services tailored to startups, including business ideas, market research, feasibility studies, and detailed project reports. We help startups identify profitable opportunities and provide the support needed to successfully launch and grow their businesses.

    What industries do you cover?

    We cover a wide range of industries, including manufacturing, renewable energy, agrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, textiles, food processing, and more. Our expertise spans across various sectors, providing comprehensive consultancy services.

    How do I get started with NPCS?

    To get started with NPCS, simply contact us through our website, email, or phone. Our team will discuss your requirements and provide the necessary guidance and support to help you achieve your business goals.

    Our Mission and Vision

    Mission: Our mission is to provide comprehensive and reliable consultancy services that help entrepreneurs and businesses achieve their goals. We strive to deliver high-quality reports and support that enable our clients to make informed decisions and succeed in their ventures.

    Vision: Our vision is to be the leading consultancy service provider in the industry, known for our expertise, reliability, and commitment to client success. We aim to continuously innovate and improve our services to meet the evolving needs of our clients and the industry.

    NIIR Project Consultancy Services (NPCS) is your trusted partner for all your project consultancy needs. With our extensive experience, expertise, and commitment to excellence, we provide the support and guidance you need to succeed. Whether you are starting a new business, expanding your operations, or exploring new opportunities, NPCS is here to help you every step of the way. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you achieve your business goals.