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    What is the difference between organizational and financial feasibility of a venture? What is the importance of these two types of feasibility? Which type of analysis do you think is most important to the success of an entrepreneurial venture?

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    What is the difference between organizational and financial feasibility of a venture?

    The difference between organizational feasibility and financial feasibility is that organizational feasibility is contingent upon intangible assets that must be acquired for the business to succeed such as expertise and skills while financial ...

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    This response addresses the difference between a company's organizational and financial success.

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