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Business Capital

How To Make Your Deals WORK!

First, we’ll cover the basics: If you’re an inventor, we’ll teach you how to find the perfect investors for your market or industry.

And vice-versa.

Investors who want to FIND the next big deals will get a ton of valuable information out of this in-depth session.
As you know, there are always new and exciting innovations coming along every day. And owning a piece of a runaway multi-million-dollar (or billion-dollar) successful company is the FASTEST and SUREST way to wealth.

It’s how the rich truly get richer – just like Robert Kiyosaki says in his book, Rich Dad, Poor Dad.

So, if YOU have something BIG to bring to market – or if you’ve found potentially “the next Facebook” – you’ll want to participate in this mind-blowing workshop that is already being hailed as the most useful and valuable information being shared across the Web today.

As you know, “enthusiasm” is not enough for success in business. It’s all about the numbers.


Why Investing in Small Business is Good for You

Let’s jump right into it – the primary reason any individual invests in a business is for the returns involved. When the chances of those returns being higher than any other investment is substantial, then the impetus to invest in that venture that much more is inevitable. Given the burgeoning start-up scene nationally and globally, it is no surprise that investing in small business is the way to go, especially when you can reap rewards 5x and more than your original commitment to the business.

But think about the larger picture as well. You are helping a company with much needed capital formation. So many fantastic ideas need your seed money to be able to get off the ground. Imagine the opportunities you are providing by putting your faith in a small business and assisting in its growth, all the while benefitting monetarily at every level of business success. Of course, this growth includes enabling hiring the requisite talent and human resources. So job creation is another aspect of your investment efforts that you may not realize you directly impact.

A diverse portfolio is another perk you can enjoy being an individual investor in a business. You have the freedom to choose which industries you would like to zone in on, which types of companies you want to invest in, and the extent of your contribution is also yours to decide. Want to stick with an industry you have prior experience in? That’s fine. Or want to learn about innovations in a new area? That works just as well.

The educational element involved in investing in small businesses is often overlooked. Not only is there a learning curve involved in understanding the hows and whys of investing in small business, but immersing yourself in the specific establishment and the larger arena in which it operates can be quite an exhilarating experience. In the process, you also have the opportunity to meet and mingle with other investors that share your interests. Learning and working with other high net worth individuals is beneficial to your future investment strides. Finding yourself amongst passionate entrepreneurs, groundbreaking ideas and a fascinating future adds its own element of thrill, if you are the risk taker that any small business investor should be.

Irrespective of your prior knowledge of the industry or business you choose to invest in, you can be a mentor to many deserving rising starts in the community. This, in addition to your official designation on the Board or advisory committee, as the case may be. If giving back is strongly etched in your conscience then being able to share your business acumen with an up and coming enterprise is a gift they will cherish. In this manner, you will be supporting your thriving local community as well.

But hold on to those high horses for a second right there! None of this will be possible if you don’t, first and foremost, ensure that you are on the right track with your investment interests. Doing due diligence, mitigating any risks involved, understanding your investment abilities and the establishments to invest in, are all part and parcel of the exercise.


Do you want to learn more on how to become investor ready?

Our investor ready course is coming soon. If you'd like to be notifie3d as to when it is ready, please go to the contact us page and send us an email.