Startup Consulting Firm Expands Expertise into Online Investing Platforms as a Means for Raising Capital

Share Article grows the company expertise to include newer means of capital procurement from online investing platforms.

Startup consultants expand expertise to online investing platforms.

Startup consultants expand expertise to online investing platforms.

Startup capital consultants at are pleased to announce they have expanded their expert consulting practice to include advising for capital formation using today’s advanced and compliant online investing platforms. Given the unique nature of where the market is heading as well as the complexity of navigating the waters of startup capital procurement, is excited to expand the company’s consulting practice into the areas of capital formation through traditional Regulation D, Regulation A+ and other forms of equity crowdfunding.

Because today’s new online investing platforms allow for things like general solicitation using Regulation D 506(c), startups and other early stage businesses have expanded options in how they source and seek capital to grow their businesses. With some of these newly released strategies, including equity crowdfunding, the opportunity for small to medium business owners is greatly expanded much more than it ever has been in times past. While this expansion is beneficial to business owners, it also means that those seeking capital will need to be much more savvy in navigating both the regulatory and investor hurdles required to be fully compliant when taking a private placement offering to market.

This is where comes in. The quest to raise capital for a smaller middle-market company is still fraught with hurdles, regardless of how the rules for raising capital may have been relaxed in recent years. Most smaller companies may not realize there are still stringent requirements for raising capital, especially when the capital is sourced from sophisticated investors. Those that can invest in most of today’s online private placement marketplaces are required to be accredited investors. That is, they are typically more sophisticated than most main street, retail investors.

Because there are large differences between Title II, Title III and Title IV of the JOBS Act of 2012, it is important to have startup consultants that can help effectively navigate the waters as it relates to all things related to raising growth capital for startups. Some of the key areas in which is currently helping entrepreneurs include introduction to appropriate legal counsel, marketing consultants and investment bankers to ensure any offering they structure and how it is presented to the market. These networks are also essential to ensure that any capital raising process will ultimately be successful. Not every capital raise, particularly when it comes to startups, is ultimately successful. Hence, the need for expert guidance. is positioning itself to be that extra pair of eyes and arms for startups that are looking to expand through raising growth equity and debt.


The startup consultants and represent an expanded network of expert consultants and advisors, including tax professionals, legal counsel, marketing, financial and investment experts. The firm works with the most promising startups, including those run by industry experts with previous experience who hold a significant competitive advantage over other industry players. This often includes ownership or rights to specific Intellectual Property. More information is available by visiting

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Carl Christensen
+1 (425) 405-0744 Ext: 101
Email >
Visit website