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Event: Is Crowdfunding a Viable Funding Option For Your Business?

CROWDFUNDING OPTIONCrowdfunding has injected between thousands to millions of dollars to businesses which were not considered “traditionally” fundable at the time they created their campaigns. Many founders of startups have seen this and asked themselves, “Is crowdfunding really a viable option?” We’ve created this event to help the startup community answer this question along with answering the most important, and often undiscussed, questions around crowdfunding.

Our panel will cover:

  • How crowdfunding can help you start or build a business
  • The 3 main types of crowdfunding & the differences between them
  • Why you might want to choose one type of crowdfunding over another
  • The JOBS Act and how it’s affecting funding now, and in the future
  • Legalities around crowdfunding
  • The benefits of crowdfunding
  • The challenges of crowdfunding
  • Universal strategies for creating a successful campaign
  • And more!

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Moderated by Serena Walker, Founder and CEO Athena Business Institute

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Date:      Monday, April 7th, 2014

Time:      6pm – 9pm

Cost:      $20 Live / $20 Replay + Online Q&A / $30 Both!

Where:  1201 Third Avenue, Suite 2200, Seattle.

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Meet Gary Ritner, Founder of the Puget Sound Venture Club

gary ritnerFounded in 1985, Puget Sound Venture Club (PSVC) is the oldest angel group in Seattle. Even prior to founding the organization, Gary has been a valuable resource and a supporter of the Northwest startup community. His stories are educational as well as entertaining. Moreover, it is his insight into the process of raising angel funds that make this a very special opportunity.

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When:

    Wednesday, February 19, 2014
    7:30 – 8:30 a.m.

Where: 

    Davis Wright Tremaine
    1201 Third Avenue Suite 2200
    Seattle, WA 98101


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General Solicitation and Startups Presentation

If you are a founder of a startup, you may be excited about the proposed new changes to the SEC general solicitation rules that were part of the JOBS Act for all accredited offerings under Rule 506. Don’t worry, it’s okay to be excited, I am too. But there is a whole lot you need to know before you do anything in regards to these proposed rules, which are not final yet. Continue reading →

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