Many thanks to Startup America, the Senate, Congress, and President Obama for seeing this through.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) April 06, 2012
Today, April 5, 2012, was a historic day for crowd-funding as a viable and legal option for start-ups. President Obama signed the Jobs Act as the final step in officially making it law. This is a great legislative advancement for entrepreneurial opportunities.
"EarlyShares.com is extremely proud, honored and humbled that the Startup America Partnership (http://www.s.co) chose us as their featured member on this momentous day. We truly appreciate the phenomenal coverage and publicity today," said Maurice Lopes, President of EarlyShares.com.
Many thanks to Startup America, the Senate, Congress, and President Obama for seeing this through. Small businesses now have more freedom to obtain the funds they need to flourish and create new jobs for Americans. EarlyShares.com is now accepting applications and is eager to help get the American economy back on the road to recovery.
EarlyShares.com, founded in 2011, is an equity-based crowdfunding platform that connects entrepreneurs and investors. EarlyShares.com has a corporate office in Miami, FL, a business development office in Manhattan, NY and a San Jose and Washington D.C. location coming soon. You can learn more about EarlyShares.com by visiting their website http://www.EarlyShares.com.
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Crowdfunding Video: http://youtu.be/ft0UyFneaf4