Benefits of Investing in a Local Business 

In life you can get things to happen that are already there, and working, like electricity and sometimes, broadband, or washing machines.

You pay taxes to get the state to protect you, deal with ingrowing toenails (etc), educate your kids and take the dustbins away.

And you give to charities to do good.

But there is a gap, and the benefits of investing in a local business is clear.

The gap is the good stuff that doesn’t currently happen, that the state doesn’t and won’t do, free enterprise, unaided, is unlikely to get round to and which is not in the charity space. This tends to be the local stuff that really affects your quality of life and that of your neighbours. The basic stuff like village shops and pubs, the local sustainable energy or broadband projects. Or getting together to buy a piece of land to prevent it being developed; or perhaps to develop it in a way which will benefit you.

At Go2  Business Loans we call all of these things  Community Projects, and we have set up Go2 Business Loans as a platform  to help local people to fund both Community Projects and small and medium sized businesses.

Our mantra is Local Money for Local Business.

We think this idea can bring people together, and enable them to get things done through a new mechanism which will be liberating and in its own way revolutionary. It’s a way for investors to get a return, improve their lives and the lives of those around them, create wealth locally and make their communities better places to live.

By borrowing this way, businesses will get great customers, who are literally bought into their business and ambassadors, who will sell for them.

If the benefits of investing in a local business excites you go to Investors Page and Register Today, so that you can make your future better; and get a good return on your money.

This is peer to peer lending and your investment is at risk. We encourage investors to diversify their portfolio and to review all investments to ensure that they meet with their own investment criteria.

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