EarlyShares.com Helps Rebuild Small Business in America

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The Obama Administration Endorses Crowd Funding Bill as EarlyShares.com Launches

EarlyShares.com is helping the ninety-nine percent while also assisting American business owners hire new employees. The new website plans to facilitate equity based Crowd Funding with the intent to help both investors and entrepreneurs. Businesses looking to raise as little as fifty thousand dollars or those in need of two hundred thousand dollars will find EarlyShares.com pools small investors together to help fund new businesses.

Currently, the subject of Crowd Funding is a main point of interest for investors, entrepreneurs, and business analysts. Crowd Funding is makes capital funding tremendously achievable. The House Financial Services committee recently backed legislation that would make it possible for small US based businesses to raise money from investors in exchange for equity stakes through online entities. On December 1st, 2011 The Senate Banking Committee will review this bill as a provocative, yet real-way, to help companies and ideas get off of the ground during a struggling economy.

“EarlyShares.com is going to pave the way for many small businesses and investors. Think of five hundred people each investing around two hundred dollars, more or less, in one new-company/business. This example equates to one hundred thousand dollars available to a start-up a new American business, creating jobs!” says Helene Vece of JumpStart Ink. “EarlyShares.com connects start-ups and established companies to new capital, not normally available through pools of small and large investors. The viral power of the investor pools alone can dramatically change the business landscape.”

EarlyShares.com purpose is to help people get great ideas off of the ground. EarlyShares.com is pledging to stand apart from other Crowd Funding websites because of the unique significance placed on investor protection and its ability to help the small business develop and grow efficiently. The website has a strict screening process designed to eliminate any businesses lacking the ability to provide a return to investors. EarlyShares.com understands not every business or entrepreneur meets the requirements of traditional investors. The website’s main goal is to compel various investors to unconventional, but promising new opportunities.

EarlyShares.com is the brainchild of Maurice Lopes who started off as an entrepreneur himself. Lopes has more than twenty years’ worth of business building experience. Through his various companies, Lopes has faced the challenge of raising private equity capital and knows what it is like to have a great idea placed on hold because of the lack of financial resources. Lopes founded Earlyshares.com with a strong executive team whose number one priority is rebuilding the American jobs by providing an alternative financing option for new business to start.

EarlyShares.com has developed resources from small, conservative and first time investors to established Venture Capital firms. EarlyShares.com’s unique approach helps level a playing field for any type of investor looking to gain equity in start-up and capital seeking companies. Members of the media are invited to submit a story request regarding the various opportunities for entrepreneurs, business owners and investors.


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