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

Crowdfunding 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 … Continue reading

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Angels Descend on D.C.

The Angel Capital Association is hosting its annual summit two weeks from now in Washington, D.C. If you are interested at all in angel investing, I think this will be a great conference to attend. (Disclosure: I am on the … Continue reading

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Crowdfunding: When Will the Rules Be Done?

The startup community is getting excited and antsy.  The comment period on the SEC’s crowdfunding rules ended February 3.  The speculation has begun – when will the rules be final?  Could it be this summer? My answer:  Who knows! But to … Continue reading

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Crowdfunding v. SCOR

The word is now out – Title III equity crowdfunding under the JOBS Act is not going to work very well.  The problem?  It is going to be way too expensive.  Estimates to do an equity raise pursuant to Title … Continue reading

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Raising Money – The Law Side

Listen to the podcast: A friend peppered me with questions about startup fundraising and recorded it. I thought you might find it informative and enjoy listening in. The transcript is below. Feel free to keep the dialogue going in the comments … Continue reading

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