“For entrepreneurs Equity Based Crowdfunding provides a cost-effective way to fund their startups or expand their businesses and everyday Americans will be directly active in creating new jobs. Everyone wins," said Lopes.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) September 28, 2012
EarlyShares (http://www.earlyshares.com), an Equity Based Crowdfunding platform with a mission to connect investors and entrepreneurs in a safe and secure way, has partnered with TechMeetups continuing their national Roadshow to bring Global CrowdCamp month. The initiative is aimed at promoting and educating startup companies on the advantages of this new way to find funding. EarlyShares’ first stop will be in New York City on October 1 followed by Dallas, October 3, with a final stop in Miami, October 5. EarlyShares and TechMeetups both partnered for the common goal to educate entrepreneurs and startup companies on the opportunities of Equity Based Crowdfunding.
Founded in 2012, TechMeetups is a global network of Tech communities with the mission of bringing together Startups and Entrepreneurs to promote great partnerships, the exchange of ideas and to leverage off each other by connecting in an environment like a Meetup.
EarlyShares provides a secure user-friendly platform to connect entrepreneurs and the new investor class - everyday Americans. Founded in 2011, the premier Equity Based Crowdfunding portal, EarlyShares is waiting for the final SEC Regulations to be put into action. In the meantime, the company has launched an educational campaign all over the United States. This revolutionary way of funding will create more jobs in 2013. However, the majority of people are still unaware of the legislation.
Equity Based Crowdfunding was empowered by the JOBS Act, signed on April 5th 2012. Before Equity Based Crowdfunding was legal, only accredited investors (the most wealthy sector of the population) could invest in start-ups and reap the benefits. Now the average U.S. Citizen can support great business ideas, and enjoy benefits as well. Anyone can invest as little as $100 in the company they see most potential, in exchange for a share of that company.
New York City, commonly called Silicon Alley due to the large amount of startups and tech companies it hosts, is an ideal community for TechMeetups, which present a great opportunity to network and learn about the new trends. At the NYC TechMeetups October 1st event, EarlyShares.com CEO and co-founder, Maurice Lopes, will explain how small businesses can take advantage of Equity Based Crowdfunding in 2013.
“For entrepreneurs Equity Based Crowdfunding provides a cost-effective way to fund their startups or expand their businesses and everyday Americans will be directly active in creating new jobs. Everyone wins. Everyone now has the opportunity to be a part of the next big thing”, said Lopes.
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For more information on equity-based crowdfunding and the event visit EarlyShares.com.