Crowdfunding from the Start-Up’s Perspective
Series: CROWDFUNDING 2016
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Startups and early-stage companies have a bewildering new array of options for raising growth capital, each option with a different set of regulations, requirements, raise limits, and investor restrictions. In 2015, the SEC finalized rules for Title IV of the JOBS Act (Regulation A+ offerings) and Title III (equity crowdfunding). Those exemptions come on top of recently finalized Title II (which permits general solicitation under Regulation D), rewards-based crowdfunding (like Kickstarter), and intrastate securities exemptions in at least 22 states. This webinar boils them down to their fundamental distinctions, and explores how a startup should evaluate those options and select the best method (or two or more parallel methods) of raising capital.
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Principal Audience: Investors
Partner: ChamberWise, West LegalEdcenter
Meet the Panel:
Andrew D. Stephenson, Chief Product Officer for CrowdCheck and Partner ...