Archive for March, 2017

How Reg A+ Empowers New IPOs

As an entrepreneur, I believe it is a tragedy that the number of Initial Public Offerings (IPOs), or companies selling their shares publicly, has reduced significantly since 2000. From 1980-2000, an average of 311 companies went public per year. Since the tech bubble burst in 2000, the average number of IPOs per year has been […]

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U.S. crowdfunding offers new capital source, SEC finds

U.S. equity crowdfunding platforms are providing entrepreneurs with a new way of raising capital, though the number of companies taking advantage of it and the amount of money being raised are still relatively small, a new U.S. government study has found. The findings in the study, unveiled by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission at […]

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8 Ways Reg A+ Bests Venture Capital

For those not yet aware, Regulation A+ is a revamped securities regulation that went into effect at the end of June 2015, allowing companies to raise up to $50 million from accredited and non-accredited investors worldwide. As of Jan 31st 2017, 25 companies have raised $250 mill so far, starting with the first in Fall […]

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