Assessment 2C: Written Business Case FINAL Weight: 25 Marks (Maximum 14 pages not counting References and Appendices)DUE – WEEK 12 Format of submission….. In professional life you often will be required to follow a prescribed format, whether prescribed by your own organisation or by a potential client requesting a tender document or a funding organisation. Tenders, consultancy briefs, finance applications and internal project funding applications will often have very specific formats depending on the organisation, so learning to deal with specific format requirements is an important part of the learning objectives of this task. In this case you must follow the template requirements below and your team’s adherence to these requirements will be part of the assessment criteria. Each team member is responsible for meeting these requirements: it needs to be a team effort and should not be allocated to one team member. 1 Style requirements •Use margins of 2cm •12 point Arial Narrow font for the body of the text •Single spacing with blank line before and after headings and between paragraphs •Adopt and use a consistent style for headings and subheadings in terms of how you use larger font size, bolding, italics or underlining. •Must adhere to requirements below. •Your assignment submission must be of a size suitable that is emailed to your lecturer. Assignment submission including all associated attachments in a single word document must not exceed 5mb. Format and content requirements: 1. Cover Page with business case name, team name, team motto and individual team names.2. Business Cover Letter 3. Executive Summary •This is the last part to be written as it has to be a one-page summary of the key elements of your business case, designed to catch the attention of the reader and to give them critical information about the project and its merits. It must contain no new information that is not in the body of the plan. •Your aim should be to summarise in one page what the project is, why it will good for the business, why it will enhance the organisation’s CSR profile, what it will cost and why the organisation should provide the necessary seed funding to get it started. The executive summary needs to convince the reader that the project is credible and worthwhile for the organisation and make the reader want to look at the rest of the document to see the detail.