Business angels and venture capital fund analysts are inundated with countless ideas for the business. Undoubtedly, many of them are worthy of attention (statistics speak only of 10% of the total volume of business projects), but there are outgoing, stupid and absolutely ridiculous projects that no sane person will undertake to finance.
Venture business has its own characteristics that not all entrepreneurs who dream to realize themselves in this direction can understand. The industry specialization of the fund, in principle, makes it impossible to finance certain projects, in addition to everything, often really absurd fantasies are sent.
The following are stories of business angels that describe the most egregiously insane ideas.
One wise man said that you need to limit yourself to stand out. The same project was conceived so comprehensive that it resembles chaos. This is a very popular mistake of inexperienced businessmen. Continue reading
Credit – not at the bank, but where?
The answer to this question is well known to those who decided to connect their lives with the issuance of non-bank loans. Why carry your hard-earned funds to the Central Bank, which only raises interest rates on loans, if there is an interesting enough way to get money from alternative organizations?
10 original business ideas come from a crisis
The leader in this service market is Lending Club, which has organized peer-to-peer lending (literally translated “from hand to hand”). Continue reading
How often do you buy and eat expired goods? If you live in the CIS, then be sure that such products are in your diet absolutely not intentionally on your part, because of the carelessness and enterprise of supermarkets.
Of course, supermarkets during the interruption insist that all goods with an expired shelf life immediately disappear from the shelves and are disposed of, but life experience shows that these goods leave the shelves only in order to get a new sticker, and along with the sticker a new one implementation period.
However, I propose only to think about how many goods are thrown away due to the expiration of the guaranteed shelf life? A huge number of people live on little money and have to count every penny in order to buy food and clothing. Why throw away goods that would help people live at least a little better? Continue reading