EarlyShares CEO Joanna Schwartz to Participate at PayPal Commerce Factory Crowdfunding Event on Feb. 13

CEO of funding platform to discuss 'Crowdfunding Landscape' at Miami event.

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EarlyShares

Miami, Fl (PRWEB) February 12, 2014

EarlyShares, the funding platform that connects smart investors with unique opportunities, today announced that CEO Joanna Schwartz will be speaking at a PayPal Commerce Factory event on “The Crowd Funding Landscape: Platforms, Entrepreneurs, and Investors.”

The free event will take place Thursday, February 13th, at 6:00 pm EST at The LAB Miami. To learn more or RSVP, click here.

Commerce Factory is PayPal's free, commerce tech-focused speaker series. Commerce Factory currently hosts meetups in Miami, Florida and San Jose, California with plans to soon expand to other cities worldwide.

The Feb. 13th event in Miami will bring leading experts together to discuss the landscape of crowd investing and the thriving entrepreneurship surrounding the emerging crowdfunding industry. Speakers will be on two panels:

Panel 1: Crowdfunding Landscape

  •     Joanna Schwartz, CEO, EarlyShares
  •     Sally Outlaw, Founder, Peerbackers
  •     Brandon Jenkins, Co-Founder, Fundrise
  •     Juan Pablo Capello, Founder, Idea.me

Panel 2: Crowd Entrepreneurs & Investors

  •     Andrew Sturner, Chairman and CEO, BoatSetter.com
  •     Orna Shulman, Investor, OurCrowd
  •     Richard Grundy, Founder, Flomio Inc.
  •     James Rosenberg, Founder, Kleo

Daniel S. Gorfine, Director, Financial Markets Policy and Legal Counsel at The Milken Institute will moderate the panels.

Andrew Sturner is currently conducting an equity investment opportunity for BoatSetter, an innovative boat-sharing venture, on EarlyShares. To learn more about BoatSetter, click here.

James Rosenberg is currently conducting an equity investment opportunity for Kleo, online banking solutions for schools, on EarlyShares. To learn more about Kleo, click here.

EarlyShares, launched in 2011, is an equity funding platform that posts general solicitation investment offerings and rewards-based crowdfunding campaigns. By leveraging technology and social media, EarlyShares connects entrepreneurs and small business owners to investors in support of great ideas.

In addition to BoatSetter, equity offerings are open on EarlyShares for various companies in the design, education, and Internet services sectors. For more on those investment opportunities, click here.

About EarlyShares
EarlyShares, based in Miami, FL, is a funding platform that hosts equity offerings and rewards-based crowdfunding campaigns on EarlyShares.com. The company has created the funding platform of the future, where small investments ignite big ideas. EarlyShares connects individuals, investors, and communities enabling them to invest in companies, support projects, and earn rewards in an efficient, trusted, and secure environment. To learn more, visit EarlyShares.com