MariGreen Farms (MGF) - Cannabis Grower

  

Cannabis Industry - Secondary Market Opportunities

  

EMPOWER WITH PRIME

  

Join the Green Rush!

  

Disaster restoration company

  

Floating Dock Company - Commercial / Residential

  

400 000 Warrants available for pre IPO USA Tech startup.

  

Pet Treat manufacture with huge growth potential in $28 billion dollar sector.

  

Commercial Roofing Opportunity- Lucrative Margins

  

Own part of renewable energy Anaerobic Digester in Canada with promising returns

  

Breathe Activewear

  

Silo Estate Investment Proposal

  

www.EthanTrader.com "Ethan" the Ethereum Trading Bot. 9X Gains Per Year.

  

New Lawn turfgrass company

  

Bakery Opportunity

  

You have found the perfect investment if..

  

Mobile Application for Planning Events

  

Own part of a Natural Gas station in Burnaby BC

  

Profitable Adventure Park Operator Requires Capital To Add More Locations

  

Lake Muskoka Marina - investment with lots of growth potential!

  

Franchise Opportunity

  

Canadian Cannabis Microgrower

  

Magnaboard Product Launch

  

Real Estate limited partnership / RE investment syndicate

  

Residential New Home Construction

  

Aumi Light

  

Cedars Taphouse & Grill

  

Multipurpose event venue catering specifically to PC and console gaming enthusiasts.

  

Apartment Development - High Cap rate

  

Automated Drive Thru Intelligent Assistant - via Artificial Intelligence

  

Restaurant Franchising Opportunity

  

Marina US, NC Yacht, Fish and Hunting Sports Center with year around activity

  

Cannabis Production Facility

  

BOAA - Blockchain powered video game

  

Silent Opportunity: $4.5MM for 20% of a Profitable Business Supporting Hydroponics

  

Make money 24/7 worldwide with WWW.BOOST.CLOTHING

  

"Shoot" Group Picture and Video Sharing App

  

Saskatchewan Grain Farm purchase, 21,000 acres

  

Let's Make Money Together!

  

Let's scale up and cash out!

  

 

Canadian Investment Network

Entrepreneur FAQ

What is the Canadian Investment Network?

The Canadian Investment Network is Canada’s premiere matching service for entrepreneurs (looking for growth capital) and business investors (looking for profitable opporunities). Created by a committed group of professionals formerly involved in business acquisition consulting, information technology and government, the creative concept and foundation of this network was developed to take Canadian business to the next level. The Canadian Investment Network is continually growing, developing and updating it’s database of qualified investors. The parent company of the Canadian Investment Network is Dealflow Solutions Ltd.

Why should I trust this website ?

This site is run by completely independant management that has no links whatsoever to any other Investment or Entrepreneur oriented organization. We are incorporated under a Canadian federal corporate charter. We fervently believe in the objectives of this service and are focused on ensuring credibility and commitment to our customers at all times. The website is the result of a significant financial and intellectual investment by its management over a long period of time. It is continually being upgraded and improved.The modest fees that are charged for our service represent only a small fraction of the total investment that has been made and in no way could be considered a "quick buck" operation. Finally, any fees paid by Entrepreneurs are eligible for our generous refund policy should a legitimate Investor contact not ultimately happen.

What is an Angel Investor?

Originally, the term “angel” was coined to refer to the people who financed broadway plays when all else failed. Today this term has become common among the investment community to refer to a high net-worth individual that invests their own personal funds in various businesses. In Canada, it is estimated that there are well over 200,000 potential angel investors that annually invest approximately $3 billion in Canadian businesses and currently own over $12 billion in existing equity. This represents roughly 7% of what the banks are investing. As well, statistics show that this figure trumps that of venture capital lending. The Canadian labour market and productivity centre estimates that angel investments have financed approximately twice as many firms as any other form of external equity investment, including institutional venture capital. In addition to appealing to Angel Investors, we also attract venture capital companies, hedge funds, investment brokers, and commercial loan companies to handle all sizes and forms of investments.

What is an Angel Investor Profile?

Angel investors are individuals who invest their own capital in fledgling businesses, both in the technology and non- technology areas. Research by Allan Riding at Carleton University shows that such individuals typically have run their own small businesses, have significant net worth and income, tend to be college-educated, and are extremely discerning in the projects that they will invest in (rejecting, on average, approximately 97% of the proposals submitted to them). Angel investors typically invest in a business after the entrepreneur's "love capital" (capital from relatives and friends) has been exhausted, but before the firm has reached a stage at which it will be eligible for venture capital investment. Angel investments typically range from about $10,000 to $150,000, although investments may range upwards of $500,000. Professor Riding's research also indicates that, historically, most angel investors seek to invest close to home-within a 150-km radius of where they live.

What is the difference between an Angel Investor and a Venture Capital firm?

Generally, angel investors do not invest in deals over $1 million, whereas venture capital firms typically do not look at deals under this amount. Angels make their own decisions as opposed to a board or group of people making a decision for investors that have pooled money together. Angels tend to be more involved in the businesses that they invest in and provide assistance in ways that venture capital firms do not. Angels typically do not own as large a stake in the company as a venture capital firm would. Another benefit of being an angel investor is the reception of certain tax incentives from investing in Canadian controlled small businesses.

How does the service work?

Entrepreneurs first register on the site and then enter an investment proposal summary. There are a range of packages available offering different levels of service. Once your proposal details are submitted and approved, our proprietary system will forward the proposal to all potential investors that match the criteria. You are notified by email when an investor clicks a button to notify you of their interest. If you activate your proposal using the Basic Services Package, then in order to be able to respond to the investor(s), you are required to pay online a one-time fee by major credit card or PayPal account for either the Referral Services or Premium Services package. If you prepay the Referral or Premium Services package fee, and no investor contacts are made for your proposal, a refund will be issued if requested. Prepayment of a package fee gives you more features and increases the liklihood of investor contact. The Canadian Investment Network is strictly a matching service bringing together business investors and entrepreneurs and does not charge any other fees for this service.

What are the costs?

There are three different packages available. Each offers a different level of service, ranging from our Basic package (free, no upfront costs) to our Premium package (multiple features in return for a prepaid fee). We suggest that you click on the "Our Rates" page in the Entrepreneurs section of the site. Our service may provide one or many business investor lead but you pay only the one time fee. Your proposal will remain in the system for 180 days (or longer if you wish to renew).

How is my privacy protected?

The site was developed using proprietary database management tools and a secure server is used to assure that no one sees your business or personal information. Your information is not offered to any third party for any purposes. The information you enter into the website is guaranteed to be kept confidential and private.

Why should I use this service?

As an entrepreneur, you are already aware of the growing resistance of banks in Canada to finance small business. It is virtually impossible to obtain financing without having secured assets, providing personal guarantees, etc, etc. Private investors are the logical source to provide financing to small business. With $3 billion invested annually in Canada and growing all the time, the main obstacle is locating and presenting your idea to this large group of investors. The Canadian Investment Network allows an entrepreneur to: a) Find a source of capital. b) Find an experienced investor that can provide guidance and support. c) Make it all come together in a fast and efficient way.

What makes this service unique?

There are a number of services like this in many US markets but very few exist in Canada. The reason why this service is unique is: 1. We are a Canadian based matching service connecting Canadian entrepreneurs with Canadian investors. Exposure to US and international investors is also available. 2. Although we do review your investment summaries, the investors determine for themselves what they would like to invest in. Many other services "pre-screen" deals. What is not right for one is not necessarily not right for another. 3. Our fee can be as low as only $149 resulting in contact with many potentially serious investors. 4. The service operates in "real-time". Like any entrepreneur, you need your investment capital yesterday and the service was developed to satisfy your needs for fast and efficient private investor prospecting.

How do I get started?

Simply enter the “Entrepreneur” log-in area and complete the basic registration and then press "submit". Your investment summary will be sent out to all of the angel investors in the database that match the specific criteria that they have selected with what you are offering and you will be notified once a match is made. All you have to do is wait for the matches to be emailed to you and then make a decision to proceed. Remember, you pay only once whether one investor or fifty investors are found. It is recommended that you always move forward with as many investors as possible until the best deal is completed. We also encourage entrepreneurs to act as quickly as possible, before the interested investor(s) move on to something else.

How will I attract the attention of potential investors?

When dealing with anl investor, at the very least your proposal should address the following; - How much money do you need? - Why do you need it? - When do you need it? - What are you willing to give up to get it? - When and how can you pay it back? Investors need your answers to these questions before they will even consider helping you. They are not looking for "pipe dreams" or unprofessional sounding proposals. They expect a reasonably sound business plan as well as an understanding from entrepreneurs that an investor is not going to just blindly hand over significant sums of money with no strings attached whatsoever. They may be angels but there are limits to what they are prepared to do.

How can I pay if I don't want to use a credit card

If you are unable to or uncomfortable with using a credit card, you can pay via cheque when beginning the process of establishing contact with a potential investor if you prefer. We also have a PayPal account if you'd prefer. All that you would need to do is email us to inform us of your intention using the "contact us" page on this website. At that point, we would inform you of what steps need to be taken to complete the transaction with as little hassle as possible.

How should I protect myself?

We advise that Entrepreneurs never pay so-called "upfront" fees for any reason. You are looking for capital, not the investor. If investors request an upfront fee, please let us know so we can look into it. You might also consider asking that a non-disclosure agreement be signed by any potential investors before initiating any negotiations.

How do I delete my account/proposal?

You can use the contact us form to let us know you want your proposal or account deleted.

I have other questions. Who do I contact?

Please us our contact form to reach the site administrator.

Canadian Investors

Canada > Ontario

I am a 59 years old male, widower, living in Toronto, Canada. Worked for a electronic mfg. Co. for 14 years, right now employed in a security company. I have a highest University degree from abroad. No previous investment experience. I have lot of contacts in my community and the city living in. I could be hands on or a silent investor. I will be an individual investor.

$50,000 to $150,000

Canada > Saskatchewan

I am a retired farmer, age 58, who ran a fairly large farm. I was involved with the marketing of the products produced on the farm, and learned a lot about how markets inter react around the world. I have been an investor in futures markets, stocks and am looking for an investment with a more personable aspect. As for involvement, that would depend on the investment and the people I would be dealing with. I miss working with people and feel I still have a lot of desire to be involved with some kind of new adventure.

$25,000 to $100,000

Canada > Manitoba

24 year old male living in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Currently working in hospitality business as a junior manager. I hold a bachelor's degree in business and accounting. I have a great understanding of customer service and I am changing my career into business and its related fields in a few years. I have invested in a e-commerce company outside Canada and we anticipate to start operating this year. I prefer to be silent investor, if we live in different provinces. I am willing to be hands-on if you live in Manitoba.

$1 to $50,000

Canada > British Columbia

I am the Managing Director of an investment company that manages my family's assets. I live in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia with my wife and daughter. We have both lived in this area for most of our lives. I have been immersed in the world of business, management, and investment since I was 15 years old. My step father taught me first hand how to work hard and make sound decisions to drive a successful business, that will build a legacy for future generations. My formal training and education comes in Accounting and Finance. I have plied my craft in the small business would, holding several senior finance roles, and assisting organizations in making critical business decisions. I spend my time now working as a CFO, but my passion is for small business. I am charged with managing my family's asset pool, and work to deploy this capital into passionate and driven entrepreneurs.

$25,000 to $500,000

Canada > Alberta

Investing in the form of loan, working capital or equity to new start up or non-start up companies preferably in Alberta also within Canada could be considered too. My range is up to 2,000.000.

$25,000 to $2,000,000

Canada > British Columbia

Over 20 years experience in the restaurant service industry from front line through management. Business diploma from BCIT with a specialty in Human Resources (HR). Provided HR consults for small business. Landlord for the past 4 years. Currently raising a young family. Passionate about health and wellness and currently studying the microbiome of humans. Open to any level of involvement in investment opportunity. Individual investor.

$1,000 to $20,000

Canada > British Columbia

Economist working in sustainable development field. Experience in stock investing and real estate investing. Looking primarily for small green start-ups with earnings.

$5,000 to $50,000

Canada > Ontario

Investor- Always looking to invest in start-ups!

$10,000 to $30,000