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Equity Crowdfunding

Equity Crowdfunding: Boost for Innovation or Haven for Scams?

Shortly after the passage of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups, or JOBS, Act just over a year ago, an article in the New York Times Dealbook section observed that "it is unclear how regulators will respond to the JOBS Act now that it is law."

MNvest Required Disclosures - 12 Things You Need to Know

Written by Joe on July 6, 2015 12 Things to Know About Required Disclosures under Minnesota's Equity-Based Crowdfunding Act New to Minnesota - Part 3 Examining MNvest legislation. Of the many ways to modernize securities laws from the 1930's - the ability to publicly advertise the offering of an ownership interest in a Minnesota business is paramount to the proposed MNvest legislation.

The Subtle Risks in Equity Crowdfunding the Industry Is Ignoring

Crowdfunding, the practice of funding a cause or project by raising small amounts of money from a large number of people, is a concept popularised by rewards and donations based crowdfunding platforms, the likes of Kickstarter, Indigogo and Kiva. On such platforms individuals can pre-purchase products they can't find anywhere else in the market (e.g.

Quid Pro Quo Definition | Investopedia

A Latin phrase meaning "something for something". This term is typically used in financial circles to describe a mutual agreement between two parties in which each party provides a good or service in return for a good or service. Quid pro quo agreements are sometimes viewed negatively.

Indiegogo Is Getting Ready for Equity Crowdfunding

When Facebook announced in March 2014 that it was acquiring virtual-reality pioneer Oculus VR for $2 billion, the news caused jaws to drop throughout the tech industry. It also left at least a few of the 9,522 people who had contributed to Oculus's Kickstarter campaign less than two years earlier grumbling that they should be cut in on the windfall.

Anoka Business Attorney; Crowd Funding; Small Business; Ramsey Real Estate Attorney | Weikel Law Firm

Regardless of a business's size, raising capital can be extremely challenging. Raising capital can look extremely different depending on a business's size. Large businesses have at their disposal very powerful equity and debt leveraging options including: public securities offerings, bonds, hefty lines of credit and short term commercial paper.

UK Equity Crowdfunding Compliance: God Bless The Queen

As widely reported by RaiseMoney.com, The US JOBS Act has served as the catalyst for US-based entrepreneurs seeking to raise money online-and has served as a model for startup capital- raising throughout the world.

In The Crowdfunding Gold Rush, This Company Has A Rare Edge

MicroVentures has automated equity crowdfunding to the point that you can place your bets with just a couple of clicks.

Intellectual Property Definition | Investopedia

A broad categorical description for the set of intangibles owned and legally protected by a company from outside use or implementation without consent. Intellectual property can consist of patents, trade secrets, copyrights and trademarks, or simply ideas.

The eight essentials of innovation

It's no secret: innovation is difficult for well-established companies. By and large, they are better executors than innovators, and most succeed less through game-changing creativity than by optimizing their existing businesses. Video Yet hard as it is for such organizations to innovate, large ones as diverse as Alcoa, the Discovery Group, and NASA's Ames Research Center are actually doing so.

Disgruntled Investors Are a Big Crowdfunding Risk

This copy is for your personal, non-commercial use only. To order presentation-ready copies for distribution to your colleagues, clients or customers, click the "Reprints" link at the bottom of any article. When the Securities and Exchange Commission adopted Regulation A+ in March, the new rules exposed companies that raise capital through crowdfunding to new risks.

(a) An exemption under this section is not available for a sale if securities in the MNvest issuer; any predecessor of the MNvest issuer; any affiliated issuer; any director, executive officer, other officer participating in the MNvest offering, general partner, or managing member of the MNvest issuer; any beneficial owner