The Crack The Crowd podcast interviews industry experts and veterans for current crowdfunding and digital marketing industry insights.
RegCF is coming up on its 18-month anniversary. In a recent podcast with iTunes, CracktheCrowd CEO Dan Baird talks with crowdfunding giants CEO, Sara Hanks and VP of Product Management and Strategy, Andrew Stephenson at CrowdCheck to give you an insider
On a recent podcast with iTunes, Crack the Crowd CEO Dan Baird had an illuminating talk about Reg CF with CEO, Sara Hanks and VP of Product Management and Strategy, Andrew Stephenson at CrowdCheck. The real dangers of non-compliance was a
"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
"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.
"We don't give legal advice. We never have. But yet, we kind of distill [for the client], 'This is likely not going to work,' or, 'This has a high probability of working based on other clients and some of our
"One of the key components to Reg A, generally, is the free trading aspect of the shares, once the offering is complete. So any non-affiliate who's purchasing a Reg A share all of a sudden has a freely tradeable security,
“Disruption in the finance industry is going to happen, but it’s best to let it grow and innovate to go forward.” -Andrew Dix. More on the Podcast In this episode, Andrew Dix and I discuss how the crowdfunding industry is dealing
“I think we’re seeing today where the smaller investor has not yet really come alive the way that the institutions have come alive. So there’s a huge amount of potential.” – Lew Feldman, on the potential of real estate crowdfunding for retail investors. More on the Podcast Lew and I got together to discuss how crowdfunding real estate is continuing to evolve for both accredited and retail investors. But that’s not all; we also discussed the new prospect of going public for real estate firms, and how Title II and Reg A+ are changing financing for larger firms.
What does it take to run a successful campaign? Fresh off the podcast presses—Jess Larsen, of the Podcast Ideation Collective, sat down with CTC's Dan Baird to take a deep dive into the rapidly evolving world of crowdfunding. Dan discusses what it takes to