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ColumbiaDC | Crowdfunding Workshop

April 3, 2018
11:45 AM - 2:00 PM
Off-campus
Led by Kendall Almerico, CEO, Bankroll & One of America's Top Crowdfunding Attorneys Part of the Wharton DC Innovation & Entrepreneurship Forum Speaker Series In this workshop, you will learn the nuts and bolts about: Regulation A+ that allows companies to raise up to $50 million in a "Mini-IPO" online, with anyone (not just rich and well-connected folks) being allowed to invest The new "equity crowdfunding" law, that went into effect on May 16, 2016 and allows start-ups to raise up to $1 million online through a "funding portal" that sells stock in your private company to the general public. "Accredited investor crowdfunding" For entrepreneurs whose companies need funding (and who doesn't?), the JOBS Act and crowdfunding seem like the magic answer to many capital-raising problems. Are these new securities laws and SEC regulations right for your company? And if so, how can your company utilize these groundbreaking capital-raising regulations safely, legally, effectively and affordably In this workshop, you will learn the nuts and bolts about Regulation A+ that allows companies to raise up to $50 million in a "Mini-IPO" online, with anyone (not just rich and well-connected folks) being allowed to invest. You will get a look at the new "equity crowdfunding" law, Reg CF or Title III of the JOBS Act, that went into effect on May 16, 2016 and allows start-ups to raise up to $1 million online through a "funding portal" that sells stock in your private company to the general public. You will also hear about "accredited investor crowdfunding," where your company can use online methods and marketing to raise money from wealthy investors through Section 506(c) - Title II of the JOBS Act.

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