The same...but smaller
When the TSA ban on carrying liquids on planes in bottles of more than 100ml (3 oz) came into
force, it opened up an opportunity which New York company 3floz jumped in to fill. They started putting high end
skin and hair care products in airline-friendly 3 fluid ounce bottles. These weren’t just marketed to travellers
though. They were also promoted to people who wanted to try out a product without going to the risk and expense of
buying the full sized version.
With a little lateral thinking, this concept has to have much wider
applications. What other expensive product or service could you re-package into smaller quantities, enabling
the consumer to try it out without spending a fortune? And when you’ve done that, how can you position
yourself to cash in if they decide to go for the full blown version?
Secrets Of Succesful
If you're looking for unusual yet simple ways to make extra money
from Sports betting, ones used to great effect by thousands of members since they started in 1995, then this
could well be for you.
Our Friends at Hilite have been providing an intriguing monthly
home-study programme which had been running successfully - and highly profitably - since 1995. (We have read
hundreds of testimonial letters from delighted clients who'd made money by using it) and seeing off all its
rivals in the process.
It's probably the best-kept secret in U.K. Sports Betting...
Certainly most of the most consistently profitable (and popular with its legion of members)...
This tried and tested toolkit could make you £2,500, £5,000 or even £10,000 a week.
... And it's called 'Secrets Of Successful
Secrets Of Successful Gambling (known as SSG for short) is a monthly
hard-copy sports betting toolkit, sent to you by post in 25 monthly "lessons" covering how to win at every
gambling discipline imaginable.
And as a special favour from Hilite chariman, Mike Chantry, has agreed to give you a 'taster' of what this Service
is like, and to let Streetwise Bulletin readers 'try before you buy' and send you, in the post, Lesson One of SSG
If you’re looking for a hot property investment - either directly
in bricks and mortar or indirectly via a fund - do take a look at student accommodation. I've invested -
so should you!
The fact is that there is a shortage of supply. Across the country, universities provide an average of 65 per
cent of the accommodation need. In London, universities supply just 36 per cent of the accommodation needed.
This is causing investor interest.
In 2009, one new bed was created for every eight students creating a severe shortage which looks set to
continue. According to Savills, funding for universities will soon be reduced resulting in less university
rental accommodation for students and further potential for private sector landlords.
Without private funding, universities will no longer be able to fulfil demand for quality accommodation
according to Marcus Roberts from Savills.
“British universities can no longer rely on name and status to
maintain high application levels from overseas students. Tuition fees for international students have now
risen to £9,300 per annum for standard courses and £11,500 for laboratory-based courses.”
“At this level, it is fundamental that UK universities seek ways of upgrading and maintaining high standards of
residential and non-residential buildings to maintain their advantage over aspiring international
The most recent report on the sector, which is well worth
reading if you are interested in investing, came from Savills in June.