Tag Archives: Startup

How To Make Sure Your Crowdfunding Dreams Don’t Turn Into An Investor Relations Nightmare

Author: JASON BEST AND SHERWOOD NEISS Sunday, August 5th, 2012 The concept of crowdfunding to launch and grow your business may seem like a dream come true—reduced cost of capital, access to new pools of investors, the community opening their arms and wallets— all giving your business a shot to make it big.  While crowdfunding (both […]

DTC Eligibility and the OTC Issuer

This is the first in a series of articles I am writing regarding DTC (Depository Trust Company) eligibility for OTC (Over the Counter) Issuers.  OTC Issuers include all companies whose securities trade on the Over the Counter market, including the OTCBB, OTCQB and PinkSheets. DTC eligibility has become a major concern for OTC Issuers in […]

Crowdfunding: Using the Internet to Raise Small Business Capital

Crowdfunding: Using the Internet to Raise Small Business Capital By Mike Liles, Jr. April 05, 2012 For several years entrepreneurs have looked forward to the day when they could freely raise capital for emerging businesses over the internet without having to register the securities with federal or state securities regulators.  The recently adopted Jumpstart Our […]

8 Crowdfunding Sites to Watch

8 Crowdfunding Sites to Watch Julianne Pepitone @cnnmoneytech – April 5th, 2012 The just-passed JOBS Act will let businesses raise cash from small-time investors through crowdfunding. These sites could become the go-to spots for those deals. The Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act, signed into law by President Obama this week, wipes away a batch […]

Jobs Act Signed Into Law by President Obama – SEC to Draft New Rules by 2013

GlobalPost Samantha Stainburn – April 5, 2012 17:38 President Barack Obama signed the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act into law today, CNN Money reported. The JOBS Act is designed to give fast-growing startups like biotech and tech companies a boost. The bill got bipartisan congressional support, but it was only a small part of […]