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N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by aussig(m): 1:30pm On May 26, 2019
I have idle sum of N1 million which I want to invest in at least 3 different businesses

Please send in your proposals if you have any viable business you are running which requires infusion of a little cash to help expand its operation.

Conditions potential investees must meet

- Business must be registered with a name from Corporate Affairs Commission

- Business must have been in operation for at least 18 months

- The business must actually be involved in the production of an item or rendering or services (Online businesses such as forex trading, bitcoin trading, multilevel marking etc are not acceptable)

- You must demonstrate a complete understanding of the business you are promoting including knowledge of the business trends and seasonality therein

- You must prove that the business is making money and has potentials

- No middle men or agents allowed, I will only deal with the business owner directly

The whole business concept must be outlined here on Nairaland; there will be no telephone communication until you are able to convince me that the business venture is worth the risk.

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Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by davincizlyrics: 1:35pm On May 26, 2019
Do you have any interest in the health sector?
Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by Planet3xi: 1:47pm On May 26, 2019
I meet all of these. Let's see how it goes
Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by Gforce2019: 5:01pm On May 26, 2019
aussig:
I have idle sum of N1 million which I want to invest in at least 3 different businesses

Please send in your proposals if you have any viable business you are running which requires infusion of a little cash to help expand its operation.

Conditions potential investees must meet

- Business must be registered with a name from Corporate Affairs Commission

- Business must have been in operation for at least 18 months

- The business must actually be involved in the production of an item or rendering or services (Online businesses such as forex trading, bitcoin trading, multilevel marking etc

- You must demonstrate a complete understanding of the business you are promoting including the business trends and seasonality therein

- You must prove that the business is making money and has potentials

- No middle men or agents allowed, I will only deal with the business owner directly

The whole business concept must be outlined here on Nairaland; there will be no telephone communication until you are able to convince me that the business venture is worth the risk.


All scammers on this platform went on holiday. .. . because this condition will expose them....
Thanks for sharing...I have saved your points.

Scammers everywhere

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Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by aussig(m): 5:08pm On May 26, 2019
davincizlyrics:
Do you have any interest in the health sector?

I'm wiling to consider all sectors of the economy so long as the business is not ilegal
Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by aussig(m): 5:11pm On May 26, 2019
Planet3xi:
I meet all of these. Let's see how it goes

You may post the details of your business concept here
Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by NairalandAngel(m): 5:54pm On May 26, 2019
Are you interested in investing in a partnership?
Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by Guruindahouse(m): 10:24pm On May 26, 2019
Why can't you purchase treasury bills? It's difficult to find a trustworthy and reliable biz partner these days.
aussig:
I have idle sum of N1 million which I want to invest in at least 3 different businesses

Please send in your proposals if you have any viable business you are running which requires infusion of a little cash to help expand its operation.

Conditions potential investees must meet

- Business must be registered with a name from Corporate Affairs Commission

- Business must have been in operation for at least 18 months

- The business must actually be involved in the production of an item or rendering or services (Online businesses such as forex trading, bitcoin trading, multilevel marking etc are not acceptable)

- You must demonstrate a complete understanding of the business you are promoting including the business trends and seasonality therein

- You must prove that the business is making money and has potentials

- No middle men or agents allowed, I will only deal with the business owner directly

The whole business concept must be outlined here on Nairaland; there will be no telephone communication until you are able to convince me that the business venture is worth the risk.

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Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by muibi1(m): 11:26pm On May 26, 2019
Scammers will avoid this thread grin

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Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by davincizlyrics: 11:56pm On May 26, 2019
Why?
muibi1:
Scammers will avoid this thread grin
Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by davincizlyrics: 12:05am On May 27, 2019
aussig:


I'm wiling to consider all sectors of the economy so long as the business is not ilegal
What I have doesn’t satisfy your all your requirements though but you I’m absolutely sure about the ROI. The business is an eye clinic in a Suburban location, currently untouched by any. If this interests you, I could elaborate more.
Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by Tolani0167(m): 9:08am On May 27, 2019
Am into paint production. Calculux Paints wades of crawling and flying insects from painted surface making your home disease free. Business plan is ready upon request
Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by aussig(m): 9:29am On May 27, 2019
davincizlyrics:

What I have doesn’t satisfy your all your requirements though but you I’m absolutely sure about the ROI. The business is an eye clinic in a Suburban location, currently untouched by any. If this interests you, I could elaborate more.

You don't necessarily have to meet all the conditions 100%.

Just prove to me that the business is real and you understand it and also have the skills, experience and knowledge to run it successfully in order to grow it and make money

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Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by davincizlyrics: 1:16pm On May 27, 2019
aussig:


You don't necessarily have to meet all the conditions 100%.

Just prove to me that the business is real and you understand it and also have the skills, experience and knowledge to run it successful in order to grow it and make money
Ok. I have a degree in optometry and I have worked with about seven eye clinics in Lagos and have run two of these clinics from scratch. Making money from an eye clinic depends on two things majorly. The people (age and population)and the location (proximity and convinience in relation to the people). The location I have in mind currently satisfies this. With a current population of about 500,000, most of which are advanced age-wise.. this is important because the older we get the more our vision detiorates. and there is no current eye clinic in the location for at least 11km, it’s the perfect location for a clinic, it’ll save the people time and money and above all it’ll be convinient for the residents.
I have worked for one of the best clinics in Lagos, and was the lead optometrist in charge of treating patients, the skill cannot be questioned. I have worked with more than 5 different ophthalmologist and I have contacts with few of them for Surgical purposes.
In any business, people equals money. Various marketing strategies exists to draw in a lot of people from regular weekly screenings to one on one marketing.
I understand the business very well.. it’s the one business I excel at and have been doing for the longest of time.
Is the business real? Well I have been working as an optometrist for a pretty long time so I know what works and how it work in that light the possibilities of making a good amount of money from it is very real. If you mean if the business is grounded, has a location and is already established, well the answer would be no. I wouldn’t be here typing this long message if it was. The good thing about eye clinics is when it starts its self sufficient under a year and grows steadily as time moves. The only danger to an eye clinic is another eye clinic in close proximity. Saturation reduces the amount of organic clients and that’s bad for business.

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Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by Guruindahouse(m): 1:23pm On May 27, 2019
How much is the capital you are looking for? What's the turn over rate and what collateral do you have?
davincizlyrics:

Ok. I have a degree in optometry and I have worked with about seven eye clinics in Lagos and have run two of these clinics from scratch. Making money from an eye clinic depends on two things majorly. The people (age and population)and the location (proximity and convinience in relation to the people). The location I have in mind currently satisfies this. With a current population of about 500,000, most of which are advanced age-wise.. this is important because the older we get the more our vision detiorates. and there is no current eye clinic in the location for at least 11km, it’s the perfect location for a clinic, it’ll save the people time and money and above all it’ll be convinient for the residents.
I have worked for one of the best clinics in Lagos, and was the lead optometrist in charge of treating patients, the skill cannot be questioned. I have worked with more than 5 different ophthalmologist and I have contacts with few of them for Surgical purposes.
In any business, people equals money. Various marketing strategies exists to draw in a lot of people from regular weekly screenings to one on one marketing.
I understand the business very well.. it’s the one business I excel at and have been doing for the longest of time.
Is the business real? Well I have been working as an optometrist for a pretty long time so I know what works and how it work in that light the possibilities of making a good amount of money from it is very real. If you mean if the business is grounded, has a location and is already established, well the answer would be no. I wouldn’t be here typing this long message if it was. The good thing about eye clinics is when it starts its self sufficient under a year and grows steadily as time moves. The only danger to an eye clinic is another eye clinic in close proximity. Saturation reduces the amount of organic clients and that’s bad for business.

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Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by davincizlyrics: 2:00pm On May 27, 2019
Guruindahouse:
How much is the capital you are looking for? What's the turn over rate and what collateral do you have?
Capital= N828,000.00..
I thought it was an investment? I don’t have any landed securities but I can sign an agreement and provide you with guarantors and my family’s permanent residence.
After 12months, I estimate twice the investment amount. Which of course will be done on a profit sharing module we’ll probably agree on.
Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by Guruindahouse(m): 4:04pm On May 27, 2019
Of course, I am talking about investment. Unfortunately, signed agreement with guarantors doesnt mean that I will get my investment back. Its difficult to get an investor without collateral in Naija of today.
davincizlyrics:

Capital= N828,000.00..
I thought it was an investment? I don’t have any landed securities but I can sign an agreement and provide you with guarantors and my family’s permanent residence.
After 12months, I estimate twice the investment amount. Which of course will be done on a profit sharing module we’ll probably agree on.

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Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by keneryhark(m): 5:00pm On May 27, 2019
all is set for my startup to fly. what is needed is fund for promotional marketing. kindly visit trek.com.ng to learn more and you can see my previous trend https://www.nairaland.com/4992454/investor-needed-partner-co-owner-startup for a little more understanding. quote me if your find it interesting.
Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by aussig(m): 5:51pm On May 27, 2019
davincizlyrics:

Ok. I have a degree in optometry and I have worked with about seven eye clinics in Lagos and have run two of these clinics from scratch. Making money from an eye clinic depends on two things majorly. The people (age and population)and the location (proximity and convinience in relation to the people). The location I have in mind currently satisfies this. With a current population of about 500,000, most of which are advanced age-wise.. this is important because the older we get the more our vision detiorates. and there is no current eye clinic in the location for at least 11km, it’s the perfect location for a clinic, it’ll save the people time and money and above all it’ll be convinient for the residents.
I have worked for one of the best clinics in Lagos, and was the lead optometrist in charge of treating patients, the skill cannot be questioned. I have worked with more than 5 different ophthalmologist and I have contacts with few of them for Surgical purposes.
In any business, people equals money. Various marketing strategies exists to draw in a lot of people from regular weekly screenings to one on one marketing.
I understand the business very well.. it’s the one business I excel at and have been doing for the longest of time.
Is the business real? Well I have been working as an optometrist for a pretty long time so I know what works and how it work in that light the possibilities of making a good amount of money from it is very real. If you mean if the business is grounded, has a location and is already established, well the answer would be no. I wouldn’t be here typing this long message if it was. The good thing about eye clinics is when it starts its self sufficient under a year and grows steadily as time moves. The only danger to an eye clinic is another eye clinic in close proximity. Saturation reduces the amount of organic clients and that’s bad for business.

You say you have run two eye clinics from scratch...Why did you leave?

What are you doing currently?

Which state is the location you have in mind for the clinic (You don't have to disclose the name of the town)reside in t

Do you currently reside in this town?

Do you have the competence and skill to perform minor surgeries assuming the senior ophthalmologists are not available?

You said the initial capital you need is N828,000. How much are you ready to contribute as your share of equity to start up the business?

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Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by davincizlyrics: 5:52pm On May 27, 2019
Guruindahouse:
Of course, I am talking about investment. Unfortunately, signed agreement with guarantors doesnt mean that I will get my investment back. Its difficult to get an investor without collateral in Naija of today.
Yeah I guess Nigeria of today is that bad.. Nobody’s word counts for much these days.. But that’s what I have to offer, if I did have a collateral, I would have probably gotten a loan or something.. What I have offered in terms of guarantors and my family’s permanent residence is enough for you to understand that I mean business.. You’ll be aware of the Business’ Activities, location, down to the daily financials.. In a way you’ll be a partner; which is primarily what being an investor means; Being a partner.

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Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by davincizlyrics: 6:05pm On May 27, 2019
I believe you learn more about everything; relationships, skills, attitudes, and knowledge when you work in different places. Yes I reside in the state which I have in mind for the eye clinic (permanently to be precise)
There’s a limitation to what optometrist can do, in terms of pathology.. there’s no way any optometrist can perform any surgery (legally) and If the ophthalmologist isn’t around, there’s always another. It’s a circle thing.
Just so we are clear.
Ophthalmologist: They are the surgeons. They perform every and any surgery pertaining to the eye. And deal with all kinds of pathology
Optometrist: Refract, Treats certain eye diseases and occasionally perform foreign body removal; I’d hardly call that a surgery.

These two are two very different bodies with two very different duties.
I already put Currently about N330k in the procurement of the some of the major equipments that I’ll be needing. Alas the practice needs more that just basics.

aussig:


You say you have run two eye clinics from scratch...Why did you leave?

What are you doing currently?

Which state is the location you have in mind for the clinic (You don't have to disclose the name of the town)reside in t

Do you currently reside in this town?

Do you have the competence and skill to perform minor surgeries assuming the senior ophthalmologists are not available?

You said the initial capital you need is N828,000. How much are you ready to contribute as your share equity to start up the business?

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Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by davincizlyrics: 6:07pm On May 27, 2019
And yes I have the skills and competence and more than most optometrists.
aussig:


You say you have run two eye clinics from scratch...Why did you leave?

What are you doing currently?

Which state is the location you have in mind for the clinic (You don't have to disclose the name of the town)reside in t

Do you currently reside in this town?

Do you have the competence and skill to perform minor surgeries assuming the senior ophthalmologists are not available?

You said the initial capital you need is N828,000. How much are you ready to contribute as your share of equity to start up the business?

Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by aussig(m): 6:26pm On May 27, 2019
davincizlyrics:
I believe you learn more about everything; relationships, skills, attitudes, and knowledge when you work in different places. Yes I reside in the state which I have in mind for the eye clinic (permanently to be precise)
There’s a limitation to what optometrist can do, in terms of pathology.. there’s no way any optometrist can perform any surgery (legally) and If the ophthalmologist isn’t around, there’s always another. It’s a circle thing.
Just so we are clear.
Ophthalmologist: They are the surgeons. They perform every and any surgery pertaining to the eye. And deal with all kinds of pathology
Optometrist: Refract, Treats certain eye diseases and occasionally perform foreign body removal; I’d hardly call that a surgery.

These two are two very different bodies with two very different duties.
I already put Currently about N330k in the procurement of the some of the major equipments that I’ll be needing. Alas the practice needs more that just basics.


I think we may be able to deal (Not making any commitment just yet)

I will contact you later through your WhatsApp number 0703***3263 so we can have further discussions
Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by davincizlyrics: 6:54pm On May 27, 2019
aussig:


I think we may be able to deal (Not making any commitment just yet)

I will contact you later through your WhatsApp number 0703***3263 so we can have further discussions


Yes that number only works for whatsapp. I’ll be happy to discuss further
Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by Guruindahouse(m): 8:06pm On May 27, 2019
My brand new tricycle disappeared within 4 months by a family friend that I have known more than a decade.

Anyway, pm me and let's see what will happen.
davincizlyrics:

Yeah I guess Nigeria of today is that bad.. Nobody’s word counts for much these days.. But that’s what I have to offer, if I did have a collateral, I would have probably gotten a loan or something.. What I have offered in terms of guarantors and my family’s permanent residence is enough for you to understand that I mean business.. You’ll be aware of the Business’ Activities, location, down to the daily financials.. In a way you’ll be a partner; which is primarily what being an investor means; Being a partner.
Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by kunlef1: 8:12pm On May 27, 2019
davincizlyrics:

Ok. I have a degree in optometry and I have worked with about seven eye clinics in Lagos and have run two of these clinics from scratch. Making money from an eye clinic depends on two things majorly. The people (age and population)and the location (proximity and convinience in relation to the people). The location I have in mind currently satisfies this. With a current population of about 500,000, most of which are advanced age-wise.. this is important because the older we get the more our vision detiorates. and there is no current eye clinic in the location for at least 11km, it’s the perfect location for a clinic, it’ll save the people time and money and above all it’ll be convinient for the residents.
I have worked for one of the best clinics in Lagos, and was the lead optometrist in charge of treating patients, the skill cannot be questioned. I have worked with more than 5 different ophthalmologist and I have contacts with few of them for Surgical purposes.
In any business, people equals money. Various marketing strategies exists to draw in a lot of people from regular weekly screenings to one on one marketing.
I understand the business very well.. it’s the one business I excel at and have been doing for the longest of time.
Is the business real? Well I have been working as an optometrist for a pretty long time so I know what works and how it work in that light the possibilities of making a good amount of money from it is very real. If you mean if the business is grounded, has a location and is already established, well the answer would be no. I wouldn’t be here typing this long message if it was. The good thing about eye clinics is when it starts its self sufficient under a year and grows steadily as time moves. The only danger to an eye clinic is another eye clinic in close proximity. Saturation reduces the amount of organic clients and that’s bad for business.

Can you confirm the state you are looking at? What exactly do you intend to spend the funds on? Is the amount you propose going to be sufficient for rent, equipment, etc?
Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by davincizlyrics: 8:57pm On May 27, 2019
kunlef1:


Can you confirm the state you are looking at? What exactly do you intend to spend the funds on? Is the amount you propose going to be sufficient for rent, equipment, etc?
It’s a suburban location. The truth is that there’s a lot more that can be done with more funding but it’s pretty much the basics as it’s a surbuban location, luxury and state of the art isn’t of primary concern at the moment.. The clinic will grow to that stage. The funding will be spent on rent, furniture, inventory and marketing. generally..for now the amount will suffice..

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Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by aussig(m): 10:33am On May 28, 2019
Planet3xi:
I meet all of these. Let's see how it goes

What type of business are you into?
Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by aussig(m): 7:10am On May 29, 2019
Tolani0167:
Am into paint production. Calculux Paints wades of crawling and flying insects from painted surface making your home disease free. Business plan is ready upon request

What is your level of experience with making and marketing paint?
Re: N1 Million Investment Fund:- Seeking Investment Opportunities (Now N5Million) by aussig(m): 11:22am On May 29, 2019
Tolani0167:
Have been in the painting industry for over five years, the Calculux paint is receiving commendable market share on a daily daily just need more working capital to gain more market share

What role do you play in the value chain...are you a paint maker or are you a retailer/distributor of the finished product?

Which market does the brand cover, Eastern market, South western market of Northern markets?

Which niche does your product cater to? Lower class, upper middle class, exclusive markets?

Do you have financials for the past three years? Profit and loss statement, balance sheet etc

How much cash are you seeking to inject in your business?

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