The New Zealand Treasury forecasts economic growth will increase to 2.6% and 3.4% in 2013 and 2014 respectively.
(PRWEB) November 23, 2012
New Zealand Investment Network has added additional entrepreneur and investors for Q4 2012. Named as one of the safest countries to invest in, ahead of Japan, South Korea, China and India in the Asia-Pacific market, New Zealand offers low-risk environment for business investmen t. According to 2011 Doing Business report it was ranked No. 1 in the world for protecting investors by the World Bank.
Venture capitalists from inside and outside the country have been using the service of Angel Investment Network to find start-up companies or businesses that are seeking investment. The online platform has a massive database, which investors can browse for free to find the right sort of projects for them. The entrepreneurs have to describe the type of business, the funding required and the reason why it is needed, the region where it is based and the role of the future investor in the organisation. Based on these factors, investors can choose which ventures they want to find out more about and potentially invest their capital in.
The thriving New Zealand market is very export driven, which accounts for a third of its GDP. Other outstanding economic sectors here include biotechnology, agricultural research and wood-based technology, information and communications technology, tourism, film and special effects production. The New Zealand Treasury forecasts economic growth will increase to 2.6% and 3.4% in 2013 and 2014 respectively.
These positive factors make the business conditions in New Zealand increasingly appealing to start-ups. Creative people with business ideas, who need cash support, can sign up to Angel Investment Network to promote their opportunity to a huge number of potential angel investors from around the world. Founded in 2004, the platform today has thirty networks covering over 80 countries and with over 300,000 members, it is the largest angel investment community in the world.
Business angels, who are not from New Zealand, but would like to invest there, might be concerned about barriers such as not being too familiar with Government regulations. Using Angel Investment Network to find a partner from the country in question gives the benefit having someone local to turn to for advice. Merging international experience and competence of entrepreneurs and venture capitalists, Angel Investment Network can help get you closer to success. To find out more about it and the opportunities in New Zealand, please visit http://www.newzealandinvestmentnetwork.co.nz.