Do you remember studying revolutions at school?
- Currency devaluation
- Extended shortage in USD
- Civil disobedience
You do it because that's what responsible managers do.
- Corporations in foreign lands
- International business development on steroids
- Online bank accounts that don't require proof of residency
I do it because that's the vision we have for our clients.
"Just embrace it," he said, "how often do revolutions happen?"
1. HELP PEOPLE SAVE MONEY
A friend of mine saw prices rising in supermarkets, so he launched an online grocery store with a small thousand dollar investment. They offer your favorite products at a twenty percent discount relative to market prices. They can do this because they have no offices, no retail space, and low overhead. They've negotiated favorable terms with suppliers and have on-demand logistics and payments, as well as a few online subscriptions.
2. HELP PEOPLE EXCHANGE CURRENCY
A group of people are setting up exchange platforms to help business owners buy and sell LBP/USD. These platforms are more attractive, convenient, and accessible.
3. DELIVER YOUR SERVICE THROUGH AN ONLINE PLATFORM
Platform-based businesses are seeing a surge in business activity while brick-and-mortar businesses are being severely disrupted (or even closed). That's because online services are more convenient (available 24/7), easier to transact (credit vs. cash) and less costly (lower running costs).
4. GET IN THE WAY OF 'PANICKING' MONEY
There is an incredible opportunity to startup now because local wealthy individuals are shunning cash from the increased talk of a haircut on large accounts. Find potential investors with more than a million USD in the bank and pitch your business, startup or property so gain/save what you can.
“You never know who's swimming naked until the tide goes out.