How do you write a Projections document?

Use the Projections template to outline future projections related to the project. Examples include financial projections resource usage projections economic projections target market projections etc. Company name has made the following projections regarding the proposed project. Describe the type of projections being made. Describe the data you are relying on to make realistic future projection. Include references to sources. Show that the projections are within the industry norms. If your projections have been reviewed by an outside source such as your accountant include that information. If your projections are based on assumptions describe those assumptions here. Examples of assumptions are sales volumes availability of funding tax rates economic forecasts staffing levels 3rd party services etc.

Describe how you are planning for worst case scenarios or other contingencies. Reference other financial documents included with the proposal such as Profit and Loss Statement Balance Sheet and Cash Flow Analysis.

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Related chapters may be used in conjunction with this chapter depending on your situation. Many related chapters are intended to be used together to form a more complex and integrated proposal.

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Writing the Projections document

Use the Projections template to outline future projections related to the project. Examples include financial projections resource usage projections economic projections target market projections etc. Company name has made the following projections regarding the proposed project. Describe the type of projections being made. Describe the data you are relying on to make realistic future projection. Include references to sources. Show that the projections are within the industry norms. If your projections have been reviewed by an outside source such as your accountant include that information. If your projections are based on assumptions describe those assumptions here. Examples of assumptions are sales volumes availability of funding tax rates economic forecasts staffing levels 3rd party services etc.

Describe how you are planning for worst case scenarios or other contingencies. Reference other financial documents included with the proposal such as Profit and Loss Statement Balance Sheet and Cash Flow Analysis.

A Document from Proposal Pack

The editable Projections template - complete with the actual formatting, layout and graphics is available in the retail Proposal Packs.

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