Title III of the JOBS Act established the foundation for a regulatory structure that will permit start-ups and other businesses to use crowdfunding to sell equity in their businesses.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 08, 2015
Financial Poise Webinars, Accredited Investor Markets, and West LegalEdcenter are pleased to announce the premier of “What is Equity Crowdfunding and Should it Matter to You?,” the latest in their Alternative Investment Basics webinar series.
To register for this one hour webinar, click here.
Crowdfunding is a term used to describe raising money through the Internet. Kickstarter and other platforms have, for several years, helped people to fund such things as artistic endeavors.
Title III of the JOBS Act established the foundation for a regulatory structure that will permit start-ups and other businesses to use crowdfunding to sell equity in their businesses. And even today, there are hundreds of Internet-based platforms on which accredited investors can purchase equity in businesses.
Join Accredited Investor Markets Radio host and attorney Chris Cahill as he leads a panel comprised of securities attorney Benjamin Alexander, Earlyshares co-founder Heather Schwarz-Lopes, and CrowdCheck CEO Sara Hanks as they explain what equity crowdfunding is and why it may be relevant to you.
The webinar premiers on July 9th and is available thereafter on demand. CLE and CPE credit is available for attorneys and accountants but the webinar is presented in plain English that any investor can understand.
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