Wednesday, 20 May 2015

Investment Opportunities

Nilkawt is home to many potentially rewarding investment opportunities,  This is especially the case now that a new cabinet has been sworn in.

A great deal of information about the business climate in Nilkawt is sometimes obtainable through various government offices in and around Twaklinton, the capital city.  The first stop, for many prospective investors was, until recently, the opulent official office of the former (sub) Prime Minister.

Supervisory attendants were occasionally on hand in the crowded corridor outside the office to manage the disorderly queue.  Even with written confirmation of a proper appointment, visitors were often required to wait for several hours after their scheduled two-minute briefings were meant to begin. 

To alleviate the problem of discourteous impatience, visitors were usually encouraged to distract themselves with the generously supplied and highly artistic Nilkawtian pogo sticks.  Often, the waiting persons in business suits and  morning suits, with or without lawsuits, became so distracted by the noise, and by their own efforts to jump the queue, that they entirely forgot the purpose of their visit.  Most could not hear their names being called at all.

At the same time, damage to the inlaid marble floor in the corridor was considerable.  The cost of repairs, as well as the unforeseen additional demand upon the nearby hospital emergency pogo out of patience department required a change of policy.

As with medical appointments, business appointments are rarely satisfactory when excessively brief.  Whenever an excellent investment opportunity is likely to be mutually beneficial, much more time and effort is required in order to identify the costs and benefits.

Persons with impatience and an excessively aggressive seriousness of purpose often left the corridor outside the office of the (sub) Prime Minister immediately after realising they were waiting for longer than anticipated.  Many subsequently turned up at other government offices, demanding to be seen and even heard.

Most of the individuals considering their prior treatment to have been rude usually aimed to visit the resplendent office of the former Minister for Courtesy and Moral Philosophy.

Individuals considering their treatment to have been unfair usually had the intention of visiting the sumptuous office of the former Minister for Energy, Upkeep and Equal Opportunities.

Those considering their treatment to be lacking in sufficient acknowledgement of their inconvenience usually made their way towards the gorgeous office of the former Minister for Arts and Sciences.

Persons considering their treatment to have been illegal usually set off immediately for the imposing office of the former Attorney-General.

A similar waiting procedure in all Nilkawtian government offices meant that even more demand was placed on the nearby hospital.  In view of this, the new cabinet has decided to ensure its offices are well away from each other, and well away from all hospitals.

In addition, pogo sticks have now been banned from Nilkawtian territory, having been redefined as sporting equipment instead of business tools.  Please note that sporting injuries are liable for much higher out of pocket expenditure than business injuries in Nilkawt.

All new applications for business visas for Nilkawt will require appointments to be made well in advance with the new Minister for Natural Limitations and Sustainable Trade.

To make the most of any investment opportunities in Nilkawt, please ensure you are familiar with the latest Nilkawtian business news.