Start-up companies in Australia

While start-up companies and new businesses are quite common, most of the recent press will insist that technology is the sector which these businesses fall in.

However, the Australian Investment Network has hundreds of other opportunities to invest in start-up companies around Australia, covering a wide range of sectors including Aviation, Construction, Property, Energy, Film, Finance, Food, Medical, Retail, Telecoms, Tourism and many more. It also has pushed the concept that investment for start-up businesses in Australia can come from within Australia, and not just internationally.

The Australian government have also been pro-active with new business entrepreneurs over the past few years, with moves such as the "Entrepreneur Tax Discount" reducing the amounts of taxes for small business start-ups as they get established.

Of course, there are many more aspects to starting up a business in Australia, let alone a successful one. Have you researched the market and the product? Will it be competitive or innovative? Will there be a demand for such a product or service? Do you have set business and marketing plans? What would make an investor want to risk their finances on your idea? Once all that is set, how will you find an investor who not only has the capital, but the expertise and understanding for your product? Our goal at the Australian Investment Network is to connect the right investors to the right entrepreneurs, therefore increasing the chance of a successful partnership and a successful business start-up. However, the Australian Investment Network has hundreds of other opportunities to invest in start-up companies around Australia, covering a wide range of sectors including Aviation, Construction, Property, Energy, Film, Finance, Food, Medical, Retail, Telecoms, Tourism and many more. It also has pushed the concept that investment for start-up businesses in Australia can come from within Australia, and not just internationally. The Australian government have also been pro-active with new business entrepreneurs over the past few years, with moves such as the "Entrepreneur Tax Discount" reducing the amounts of taxes for small business start-ups as they get established.

Of course, there are many more aspects to starting up a business in Australia, let alone a successful one. Have you researched the market and the product? Will it be competitive or innovative? Will there be a demand for such a product or service? Do you have set business and marketing plans? What would make an investor want to risk their finances on your idea? Once all that is set, how will you find an investor who not only has the capital, but the expertise and understanding for your product? Our goal at the Australian Investment Network is to connect the right investors to the right entrepreneurs, therefore increasing the chance of a successful partnership and a successful business start-up.

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