PLEASE NOTE: Due to high demand for joint ventures, we are NOT currently seeking opportunities. Please contact us again in six months time if you’re still looking for a partner.
Turning a great idea for an online business into a profitable reality can be difficult. Banks and other lending institutions are now very wary of lending money for online ventures after the great .com crash. Even Business Angels and Venture Capitalists are dismissive of online ventures, primarily because they don’t fully understand the media and there are far too many people around trying to create the next Facebook or eBay, thus creating a credibility issue.
We Can Help You Develop a Successful Online Business
Because we understand the complex world of the Internet and online marketing, we really want to hear from individuals or companies with good business concepts or products they are looking to sell online. Not only can we add significant value to your concept but we can turn it into reality.
No Capital? No Problem
Our joint-venture scheme is ideal for people or businesses in the UK who want to build an online venture but don’t have the capital behind them to move their dream forward. Under our Joint Venture scheme, you will become a joint equity partner in the business with Avara, and we will invest in creating the website, relevant programming and online marketing. You won’t have to invest a single penny in marketing – we just need your time, dedication and expertise.
What Next? Making Your Business Concept a Reality
In the first instance, complete our contact form to tell us a little about your proposal. Rest assured that we keep all information confidential and will only contact you via email initially. Then we can get down to business and see how your concept can become a reality.
If you’d rather, give us a call on 01252 416 222. You have everything to gain and nothing to lose.
Your Joint Venture Questions Answered
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When the venture is starting to show a profit, we can then look at setting up a limited company, joint bank accounts, etc. What we are trying to avoid is being inundated with red-tape right from the start when we have no idea if the business is viable. Using this method, if the venture fails (and we genuinely hope it doesn’t), both parties can walk away with virtually no liabilities or ongoing commitments.
We firmly believe that a successful partnership is reliant on both parties having trust and confidence in each others skills. Our long-standing reputation (and indeed our business) would quickly be destroyed if we were not an ethical business partner.