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7 Ways to Invest Your Business’s Disposable Income

By: Zak Goldberg

 

Ways to Invest Your Disposable Income

As the owner of a business, you may be familiar with the expression, ‘You’ve got to spend money, to make money.’ While it might be great to have lots of cash in the bank, there are things you can do with this disposable income to help improve your business operations.

Knowing where to start though isn’t always straightforward, so if you’re not sure, take a look at this post as you can find a number of different ways you can spend.

1. New Facilities

A good thing to do is to give your business a new lease of life with better facilities. Everything from the machinery you might have on your production line to your computer systems and even the dining options you offer can be made better. This is also something that could make your business more efficient and appealing for staff and customers alike.

2. A Fleet of Vehicles

If your company spends a lot of time on the road, be it for supply reasons or to visit clients, then a new fleet of vehicles can be something to spend money on. Again, these can make your company look more professional—and you can save in the long run with more efficient models of trucks and cars.

3. More Employees

Another area to look at is your staffing. New blood can bring both a wealth of experience to your teams, or just be there to help deal with the increases in demand for your goods and/or services that have led to your increased profits.

4. Trading

You don’t necessarily have to invest in anything physical, you can also look at investing your money into other markets and trades. Everything from the forex markets, to stocks and shares as well as investments in different materials and commodities can be found across a variety of different platforms. All you need to do is play to your strengths and put your money into something you feel confident in working with.

5. Rebranding

With a little extra cash, you could also go for a complete rebrand and hire a professional design team to create new logos, themes and colors for your business. This could also be a good way to demonstrate how your business is growing and becoming more successful.

6. Staff Rewards

It might be the case that your teams have worked really hard to help you secure this additional income, so what better way to say thanks then to reward them. It might be a special bonus on their next pay packet, or simply a good gesture like treating them to a company meal or free social event. This can also be great for boosting morale.

7. International Expansion

Looking at the bigger picture, you may want to think about putting this money towards taking your business from a domestic level to an international one—as this can certainly take a lot of investment.

As alluded to earlier, the above investments could significantly improve your business and see it become bigger and better. The subsequent outcomes from this could then be even greater profits for you to enjoy and then invest in more exciting ways.

Published: June 13, 2017
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Zak Goldberg

Zak Goldberg is a Law & Business Graduate from the University of Leeds and has chosen to follow his aspiration of becoming a publish author, offering expert advice and commentary of all areas of law and business economics.

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