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When it comes to following rules, who isn’t guilty of breaking one or two, here and there? It’s one thing to cut a line, or ignore the speed limit. But when it comes to communicating about your Reg CF
If it isn’t already, email should be a huge part of your Reg CF crowdfunding campaign. It’s one of the main tools you can use for converting your leads into investors, and communicating with your customers and backers, possibly
A Regulation Crowdfunding (Reg CF) campaign takes time, preparation, and a great deal of work (if I had a nickel…). But before you begin calculating your raise target, or jotting down ideas for a campaign video—I’m going to suggest
It’s approaching a year since Regulation Crowdfunding (Reg CF) went live. So, how’s it going? Well, there's a new white paper on Regulation Crowdfunding that is giving us some insights. At the end of February, the SEC published a white paper on
"The new Reg A rules really do provide a decent amount of flexibility, for the younger, entrepreneurial companies that aren't looking to do a $2 billion IPO." – John Hughes , Marcum LLP, on RegA+ rules. Reg A+ raises are getting
"It's not worth it just to be one of the first, we need to do it right." - Brian Bourgerie, Daplie's Chief Operations Officer on Daplie In this episode of the podcast, Daplie's Co-Founder and CEO, Bryson Hill, and Vice President Brian
This post was first published on Crowdfund Insider on December 11, 2016. For better or for worse, most people associate Regulation Crowdfunding (Reg CF) campaigns with startups, especially technology-related ones. I make this claim based on two factors: I co-manage
"So, the cool thing about the U.S. is that we're actually seeing the regulations being used, and we're seeing money being raised, and it's only five months in. Perhaps people were expecting more, but actually the start that the U.S.
This article was first published by Marc J. Adesso and Jackie Prester on the Baker Donelson website on October 28, 2016; Crack the Crowd received permission to re-publish it here. On October 26, 2016, the Securities & Exchange Commission ("SEC") adopted
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