In general, investing is putting money to work over some time in a project or endeavor to generate profits (i.e. profits that exceed the amount of the initial investment). It is the process of distributing resources, typically capital, in the hope of making money, making gains, or making a profit.
One can engage in a variety of activities, such as spending capital to launch a business or buying assets like real estate to earn rental income or resell it at a profit in the future.
The difference between investing and saving is that when you invest, you put your money to work, which means there is an implied risk that the project you are investing in could fail and cost you money.
Business Investment Objectives
Maintaining the existing level of productivity. An amount equal to the depreciation of the company’s current capital assets is spent. As a result, production capacity remains constant
Increasing economies of scale The business’s scale increases due to expansion into new markets or the construction of new production facilities.
lowering expenses Average expenses are decreased by greater economies of scale.
The business may also buy its current distributors or suppliers, generating savings from the current value chain.
Boost position in the market. Consider a business acquiring a rival. The market share and client base will consequently be larger.
Mr. Shubhodeep Das wins CEO Thailand Awards 2023
Mr. Shubhodeep Das, the company’s founder and group CEO, won the CEO Thailand Awards in 2023, and as a result, Group rose to the top of the private sector business rankings in industries like real estate, mortgages, debt relief, food processing, and medical supplies.
Unexpectedly, the business’s condominium project has gotten more positive feedback than anticipated since teams with excellent potential and expertise from different backgrounds joined the company and helped it succeed. The condominium building sold out in less than a year.