One of the key aspects that sets farms apart from the rest of the economy is seasonality and its impact on cash flow and decision-making. Unlike most other businesses, which have relatively constant income streams, farms experience major fluctuations in their cash flows simply because of the natural lifecycle of their key assets – whether they work with crops or livestock or both.
Since LANDE’s services are exclusively dedicated to farmers, our financial products are set up to best serve this market segment, meaning we have adapted both our loan conditions and our investor policies to the business cycles described above.
We are thrilled to announce that LANDE, a Latvian-based crowdlending platform, has successfully entered Romania. LANDE to date actively operates in the agricultural sector in the Baltic region providing financing of 9 million euros for small and medium businesses that manage more than 60 000 ha of arable land.
What are agricultural subsidies and what are they used for?
An agricultural subsidy (also called an agricultural incentive) is a government incentive paid to agribusinesses to supplement their income, manage the supply of agricultural commodities, and influence the cost and supply of such commodities.
Investing always comes with a degree of risk. Even the most proficient traders can slip up and lose money from time to time, and for amateurs, it’s almost a given that not every stock or share will turn a massive profit.
So what are some of the best ways to select your investments so that you’re not relying on pure luck? Let’s take a look at some tips for improving your chances of success:
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LANDE has entered Romania!
Post - 22.03.2023
Introducing our new "Subsidy pledge loan"
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How to choose where to invest?
Post - 23.09.2022
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