amanda jaggers has spent many years studying and exploring the details involved in success within the up-and-coming entrepreneurship field. the goal is always to start up and transform creative professionals needing guidance and support to help their ideas materialize into a successful business. much like constructing a sound building or molding a piece of art, it starts with the right intentions, vision backed by passion. then funding comes into play as the next step. the most risky, trust fall of sorts. having all of these components come together in the right way and at the right time is what this field of work is all about. planning the entire project, timing it in with the economical climate while having private financial backing will ensure the possibility to create a strong, secure future for yourself, your family, and your future as a business person and investor in your dream.
amanda jaggers explores and pushes forward the financial futures of entrepreneurship
over the years, amanda jaggers has helped invest in and fuel funds to various growing and thriving businesses. as an entrepreneur herself, she has identified budding start-up companies and supported their growth, and made their success gratifying, and helped to keep their business their own. amanda has worked hand-in-hand with various businesses with a collection of different backgrounds, each being supported in their own idea of “success” and their very own visions for the future.
each individual will have a different vision for their future and the outcome of the business. maybe a small storefront with in-house production and hands-on interaction with customers. some may see the benefit of virtual promoting and maintaining their corporation. this is the beauty that amanda sees in entrepreneurs; “we are all individuals with wonderful ideas that can help to expand the national income by creating new businesses and enhancing individual success.”
every year, thousands of new budding companies join the market, hoping to succeed. unfortunately, a vast majority of these companies don’t last through the first five years. this problem causes market fluctuations, whether it be local or national, resulting in investments and “spirit” lost. the “risk” that is now considered an “inevitable fail” becomes a capital owed, and an overall feeling that the good idea “was a flop”. thankfully, capital-raising entrepreneurs like amanda jaggers help by fueling funds into these new, moldable, companies to help them grow.
why private equity? as smaller start-up companies expand and become more successful, the founding entrepreneurs get to maintain a rightful percentage of their profits and maintain creative control. this allows for the majority of the net profit to (or should) be reinvested into that very company, or subsidiary companies in an effort to expand other faculties associated with the overall structural health and longevity of the financial success.
this process has a domino effect throughout the targeted market and or community, in so many ways. for example, it can trigger a steady increase in employment opportunities in what otherwise may be a struggling area. be it a metropolis or a quiet mill town with the company itself having its own zip code. new startups help provide gratifying self-worth in people that otherwise are forced into industries that are the triangle to their square. truly dedicated craftsmen (and women!) that work this way have passion and a feel of family support behind it.
for many people, allowing them to “do what they love, so it will never feel like work” ignites a fuel for pushing towards success that can not be recreated at a desk while staring at the time clock and worrying about the uncontrolled unknown that have tight locks and unattainable access codes. having the control to take their experiences and knowledge and pass it on to the next like-minded individual creates a whole new era to success and business. changing lives for the better, creating a higher level of true economic freedom and overall happiness. domino!
amanda’s part in it all; paying it forward into other entrepreneurs and to keep the trickling effect of success and overall homeostasis flowing into this uncharted, “custom” marketplace that is the 2020-ies. amanda jaggers watches each of her new investments thrive and see their visions come to life. this high level of independence and control for a start-up company is something that is not easy to get with most conventional bank loans and business programs. each entrepreneur is unique and so should the funding and business model behind it be.
it is important to remember, though, that success isn’t guaranteed, it is earned. if you fall, learn how to get up again. everyone falls or they are lying. you will land on your feet with a round-off double back handspring if you have passion for your business. entrepreneurs have to work incredibly hard to thrive in what can be a very complex, intimidating, and competitive market. doing your research first and finding someone who can help work you up to success is key. remember, it takes a village to raise an army.
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