Miami, FL (PRWEB) February 28, 2014
EarlyShares, the funding platform that connects smart investors with unique opportunities, today announced that its Co-Founder & Chief Strategy Officer Heather Schwarz-Lopes will serve as a speaker for the ‘Short Course’ on Crowdfunding from the Council of Development Finance Agencies (CFDA). The course is part of a special four-part series from the CFDA Training Institute.
The CDFA Short Courses will take place at the DoubleTree Hotel in Washington, DC March 6-7, 2014. Registration and more information are available here.
The Council of Development Finance Agencies is a national association dedicated to the advancement of development finance concerns and interests. The CDFA Training Institute is the nation’s most comprehensive education initiative dedicated to the economic development finance industry.
The 2014 Short Courses are part of the CDFA Training Institute’s professional development process to explore new ideas and content for potential courses offered in the Development Finance Certified Professional (DFCP) Program. The following topics will be the focus of this year's Short Courses:
The Crowdfunding course in which EarlyShares CSO Heather Schwarz-Lopes will participate will explain the crowdfunding concept and discuss why it is a growing area of interest for business financing. Accompanying Heather on the panel will be Pravina Raghavan, Deputy Associate Administrator of the Office of Investment and Innovation of the U.S. Small Business Administration, and Georgia Quinn, Attorney for Seyfarth Shaw LLP in New York.
EarlyShares, founded in 2011, is a funding platform that posts general solicitation investment offerings and rewards-based crowdfunding campaigns. To register and gain access to all equity investment offerings and crowdfunding campaigns on EarlyShares, click here.
EarlyShares, based in Miami, FL, is the funding platform that connects smart investors with unique opportunities. EarlyShares provides issuers and investors with a trusted, secure, compliant environment to capitalize on new regulations and engage in smooth, efficient, profitable transactions. On EarlyShares, investors diversify their portfolios while helping entrepreneurs drive progress, create jobs, and generate economic growth. We call it Passionomics™ – the science of creating value at the intersection of personal passion and investing. To learn more, visit EarlyShares.com.