Miami, Fl (PRWEB) April 05, 2014
EarlyShares, the funding platform that connects smart investors with unique opportunities, today announced that its Co-Founder Maurice Lopes was named to the 2014 Miami Techweek100 list. The Techweek100 identifies key South Florida leaders who are making an impact on business and technology in the region.
In addition, two Miami-area executives who are currently conducting equity crowdfunding investment offerings for their companies on the EarlyShares platform were also named to the Miami Techweek100. James Rosenberg, Founder & CEO of Kleo, and Brian Garr, CEO of LinguaSys, joined Lopes and others on the list. To view the Kleo and LinguaSys offerings, as well as other investment opportunities on EarlyShares, click here.
The Techweek100 includes managers of fast-growing technology companies, prominent investors, key enablers of the digital ecosystem, creators of new technologies, and other innovators that are making important contributions to their fields. The Techweek100, which was chosen by members of the South Florida community and the team at Techweek.com, was released in advance of the Techweek Miami-eMerge Americas conference taking place May 1-7, 2014. To view the full Techweek100 list, click here.
EarlyShares, founded in 2011, is a funding platform that hosts 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 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.