There are critical elements to have in the project report, including:
  1. Background of the business.
  2. Specify the project.
  3. List the employees involved in the project.
  4. The company aims, including the purpose of the loan.
  5. The project aims and progress to date.
  6. Market analysis.
  7. Financial details.
  8. Operational and financial plan.
What is a project report with an example? A project report is a document providing detail on the project’s overall status or specific aspects of its performance. Irrespective of the report type, it contains project data based on economic, financial, technical, managerial or production aspects.
It should begin with a clear statement of what the project is about so that the nature and scope of the project can be understood by a lay reader. It should summarise everything you set out to achieve, provide a clear summary of the project’s background, relevance and main contributions.
The structure of business reports includes a title page, executive summary, table of contents, an introduction, the body portion, the conclusion, recommendations, references, and appendices.
Introductory Page – The potential, need, possibility, fund needed, etc. Scope of the project– It will be a snapshot of the whole activity that you are going to do. Details about the Promoters– their educational qualifications, work experience, etc. Product /services – What is your offering to the public.
  • Business Plan Headings.
  • Executive Summary.
  • Your Organisation.
  • Marketing Plan.
  • Structure, Operational & Staffing Details.
  • Financial information.
What should a business plan include?
  • The executive summary.
  • A description of the business.
  • The market(s) the business will operate in.
  • A SWOT analysis.
  • Management team and personnel.
  • The products or services offered.
  • Marketing.
  • A financial plan.