Essay on Feasibility Study Sample
1. Name of the Firm
The company’s name is Cats and Rocks. The business is named after the two owners namely Katina Cassandra and Roanna Kelly. They have proposed the idea the massaging backpack, Lay-Backpack
Main manufacturing plant will be located 416D Quezon Street, San Antonio, San Pedro Laguna. This property is owned Mrs. Yolanda Lopez, a sole proprietor of a t-shirt printing business. She will let the company rent a portion of the factory.
3. Brief description of the project
The company is now introducing the newest option that the market can choose from. Comfort has been highly prioritized thus the existence of the ideal pain reliving bag. People can …show more content…
According to Wagner (2011), the backpack was used as a means to carry the hunter's larger game and other types of prey as a way of easier transport. In the cases of larger hunts, the hunters would dismember their prey and distribute the pieces of the animal around, each one packing the meat into many wrappings and then into bags which they placed on to their backs. The bag itself was made up of different animal hide and skin (depending on what sorts of animals were in the area) and sewn together by the intestines of said animals, which were woven together tightly to make a sturdy thread-like material. Now, back packs are commonly used by students because it is the most convenient form of luggage to carry their heavy loads of things and materials.
In relation to students bringing heavy back packs everyday to school, an American Orthopaedic surgeon conducted a survey concerning the back pain children suffer from. It is most likely the books, lunches,