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Want Financial Investment Advice? Explore Venture Giant

This is a guest article from Angel Investors UK

Are you looking for a good place to go for financial investment advice? Venture Giant is a business investment network based in the United Kingdom. This is one of the premier companies engaged in financial investment, with an online portal for investors as well as those running businesses. Both small and large scale entrepreneurs and investors register at Venture Giant and with the high quality of service offered here, both investors and entrepreneurs have access to helpful financial investment advice. The team at Venture Giant surveys potential investment ideas that are likely to generate profits and presents them to potential investors who can browse through the various opportunities available before deciding on which one to go in for. A wide range of business ideas are offered by the numerous entrepreneurs who are registered at Venture Giant.

The investors are regularly provided with filtered deal flow notifications from Venture Giant. This allows them to be informed about exciting offers and financial plans by email. These updates and recommendations are based on the potential of the businesses concerned, so that investors can take advantage of the best opportunities. Venture Giant is ideal for an investor as well as for as for an entrepreneur, with a great team that has the know-how to set up deals that benefit everyone concerned. The team at Venture Giant even helps entrepreneurs to present a business plan that describes the risks and benefits of investment in their businesses.

Financial investment advice can be very useful when it comes to managing one’s money.  It has to benefit people at present as well as in the future. You have to save money for your expenses and also earn profit for future use after retirement. Financial planning involves the proper budgeting of your income. This should include expenses like utilities, rent and food. Until you know the risks involved in an investment you cannot manage your finance in an organised way. You also need to set aside about 20% of your income as savings. This is what the experts say but rules change according to your requirements. Financial investment advice should always be based on your needs.

High risks are involved in any financial investment. As such it is important to have a management plan for both your short term as well as your long term benefits. High risks mean more profit. But you have to judge your financial balance properly before making any commitments for the investment plan. This kind of planning in advance is of great benefit. Chalk out a plan before you leap into any investment in the market.

Financial investment is made in bonds, assets, mutual funds and shares that give long-term benefits to an investor. Advice on financial investment includes suggestions on how to manage finances in a disciplined way. A financial advisor has to look into the financial background of an investor before putting forward any suggestions to an advisor. Opinions on financial investment do not happen by chance. It needs a team of experienced individuals who have proper knowledge to give effective financial investment advice. This experience, and the experts’ understanding of the economic market helps them to offer sound financial investment advice.

Any new and upcoming business decision can turn out to be the next best thing in the market. Every big enterprise like Google, uSwitch or eBAy first started off as a small idea which grew to be enormously successful. Any new, potentially profitable ideas can come from big, medium-sized or even small entrepreneurs who are looking for someone to invest in their business. Financial investment advice is useful for an entrepreneur as well, since he or she can learn how to attract investment.

Most small business operators are unaware of the various ways in which they can raise funds. To attract investment in their businesses, they need to present their ideas to the investors. Financial advisors and other consultants help them to present an overview of their business and products or services in a manner that appeals to potential investors. The team of experts studies the plan and suggests amendments. The plan is then presented to prospective investors.   Financial investment advice can be useful to entrepreneurs in this way.

To achieve your dream you have to work towards it, and professional help from a financial advisor is very useful here. They will review a business plan to ensure that it is attractive to an informed investor. Market conditions change over time, and policies and products should be adjusted to these changing demands.  Unless the investor is likely to benefit, he or she is unlikely to invest in a business.

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VentureGiant.com’s Rishi Anand and Tim Lancaster made my day!

This is a little true incident that made my day and possibly, will help my business in a big way, going forward.

I have been planning to set up my own online business and have been inundated with ideas over a long time. Nothing seemed to strike the right balance until I decided to go full throttle with this idea I call Z.  Times are bad, and because of recession (especially in the UK), I have been struggling to find work for my company. I thought this was the best time to actually give my business idea Z a good shot.

One fine day, I decided to look for some help for my idea online so went on and Googled for “Entrepreneur support in London”. VentureGiant.com came up. I found a brilliant web site focused on finding investors for entrepreneurs – a unique platform where investors and entrepreneurs meet, entrepreneurs pitch with details of their business or business idea, investment required, return and other details like time required to break even, projections, industry etc and the facility to upload a video explaining the idea.

I immediately signed up and uploaded details of Z – my business idea that I knew will do amazingly well. I uploaded cash projections, investment required and other details that I thought were important to attract angel investors.

A couple of days later, I got my first enquiry from an Investor. But this was where I was stuck. VentureGiant.com demanded I pay 100GBP to view investor details and to be able to contact the investor. At this stage I wrote an email to VentureGiant.com explaining my cash situation. With hardly any money in the account, it was impossible to shell out that 100 quid for a “possible” enquiry.

Mr Tim Lancaster, Business Development Manager from VentureGiant.com replied back with a supportive email. I explained the scenario and proposed to pay if I find a suitable investor. The call to action was forwarded by Tim to Managing Director Mr Rishi Anand. Tim emailed me back saying “Mr Rishi Anand” will pay for you. “Wow! ” I thought, these guys are serious about finding me an investor.

I was quite surprised to be honest. Most of the other websites are hardly useful, and are aimed at making money, but VentureGiant.com is one site that actually believes in and tries hard to connect Entrepreneurs and Investors.

Although that particular enquiry didn’t convert into an investor, there was incredible knowledge gained.

I am very impressed with the team at VentureGiant.com – Mr Rishi Anand, Mr Tim Lancaster and others who are working to make the two ends meet. I wish them good luck with their venture. Thanks again guys, if you ever come to read this..

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VentureGiant.com – People like Rishi Anand (MD) and Tim Lancaster (Business Development Manager) at Venture Giant are working hard to help investors meet entrepreneurs

Have a business idea that you think Rocks?
Is the only thing holding you back money or investment?
Are you willing to share a pie of your business in return for cash to start or run your business?

All Yes’ ?
Go to VentureGiant.com from UK/US or VentureGiant.co.in from India.All the best!

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Icesave is saved: British investors getting money back! I’m saved!

I heard on the grapevine that an ex-senior employee of the FSAcommented at a gathering last week that investors with money in Icesave would not be seeing their cash until February. I, having moved all my ISAs (i.e. my life savings) to the fab guaranteed interest rate ISAs offered by Icesave, in the last week of May 2008 was not impressed. What luck! Moneysavingexpert.com’s Martin had been singing the praises of Icesave and telling “moneysavers” (as he calls the readers) what the (low) risks were for months. I had done his money makeover: got the Halifax 0% interest credit card for a year, fixed my electricity rate, lowered my phone bill, switched my current account to Alliance & Leicester (now owned by Santander, one of the biggest banks in the world as they keep telling us in bold red writing for the last week – do they think that means anything after the carnage we’ve seen in the last month?… in fact doesn’t that just make them seem riskier?!) and. Where was I? Oh yes, I had moved three years worth of ISAs to Icesave. Only the sheer convenience of having my regular savings at hand in a Plussaver account attached to my Premier Direct Alliance and Leicester current account had stopped me from handing my life’s sweat and blood over to Icesave. Who’d have thought that the economy of Icelandic bank Icesave, infact Iceland as a whole, was not as solid as ice?

Thankfully I was in the U.S watching the Dow Jones nose dive when the collapse of Icesave was announced. And, having had enough of hearing about the beginning of the end of the world as we know it, I tuned out of the news for a few days on my return. So I didn’t find out about what had happened to Icesave until the British Government announced that it would be backing all British savers’ investments in the collapsed Icelandic bank and moving things forward to retrieve the funds as soon as possible. Of course, no doubt, this was helped heavily by the fact that a number of local councils had their cash stashed with Icesave, as did many charities. Which reminds me, can anyone tell me why a cat charity should have £50 million in savings? How many old cat loving spinsters did they have to knock off to build that stash?!

Anyway, harmony has been restored to my world (or savings at least) by the announcement on Friday 24th October that Icesave, the Icelandic Government (of bankrupt Iceland, which has been lent $2.5 billion by the IMF) and the British Government had reached agreement on the return of our dosh, and had promised to guarantee return upto £50,000. By 3 November investors will be hearing from the FSA (Financial Services Authority) or was it the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) regarding return of retail depositors money. Hopefully it’ll be a quick process involving online application for the return of your savings. For those of you who are thinking “what happens if one doesn’t have internet access?”, well (1) you wouldn’t be reading this if you didn’t and as you are, really, stop worrying about everyone else and (2) Icesave was mainly dealing with internet applications from retail savers so everyone affectedprobably has access. Speedy payout is promised, but what that means is your guess as much as mine. Hopefully with the FSA and FSCS involved it means payout before February, but that rumour I heard is still bothering me. I’m losing tax free interest on my savings as you read this! Good news is that (somehow) it will be ensured that the ISA status of ISAs with Icesave is retained. Sounds like an administrative nightmare to me.

Totally unfair on me and many other ex-Iceland fans that ING purchased Landesbanki and no one wanted Icesave. That’s the last time I’ll be putting my money in a country that melts away at the sign of financial trouble, let alone global warming! I mean, imagine, we could have woken up one day to news that Iceland had melted. What was I thinking back in May 2008, whistling away in the financial bubble?!

For further information go to: icesave.co.uk and http://www.fscs.org.uk/

<special thanks to guest writer CityWannabe on CafeArjun.com>