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Making the investment case

Making the investment case: Writing a Business Case
Making the investment case: Writing a Business Case

A business case is usually approved and prioritized mostly based on its economics. You'll need a sense for how much investment you require, the timing of that investment, and the ongoing costs of your idea. You'll also need to explain the positive financial impacts and how they accrue over time. This section will also include key metrics like ROI (Return on Investment) and IRR (Internal Rate of Return).

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