finding an investor or angel investor is a tedious job and there are a lot of risks in their eyes, like how much will the company make, is it worth giving money to a company or business that is looking to start up his or her first restaurant etc.
lol, Jim if everything was super easy there wouldn't be any money to be made because everyone would be making it already.
Over hurdles is usually where all the money is. If you decide to work to get over the hurdle, you'll probably find some money.
Shame on those investors for wondering if they'll see a return
You're chasing money right now.
Stop chasing money and start seeing if you're providing value. Then find out if you can make it valuable for the investor. Then you make money. You're doing it backwards.
I know people buy what they want not what they need.
Give people what they need, with what they want. I heard the term, "give them the pill with the ice cream" somewhere. This allows you to provide the value they need, while giving them what they want. You usually have to give them what they NEED for true, long term value to be there for them.
Is it possible to make money with vending machines? Any success stories out there?
It's possible to make money with just about anything assuming you know what you're doing.
Not saying I recommend going that route though just because you can make money with something.
You're getting shitty responses. Part of the reason you're getting shitty responses is because you're not asking the type of question someone who knows what they're talking about can answer.
You're asking the "I want to make money, what should I do" type of question. If you've got $90k at 25 lying around, you're obviously smarter than that.
Spend some time writing out some ideas of some examples of things you are thinking. Then, you'll be able to get feedback as to why something is or isn't a good idea, and why. This will help you start going in the right direction.