Start-up Crowdfunding Exemption for Investors

Welcome to a New Era of Investing…

Take control of your investments… of your future!!!

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Never before have you had the opportunity to make your own investments in companies you understand, in industries you believe in and with management you trust. All with no fees!*

Don’t miss out on your opportunity to invest in great companies with outstanding owners.

 

REVIEW THE COMPANY’S OFFERING

Follow the Five “W” ‘s of successful investing. An interesting listing will give a basic; Who, What, Where, When, Why… and also How.

 

Who: Introduction to the people who will be working in the business and details of their successes to date.
Where: How did they get the inspiration for the business? Where did the ideas come from?
When: Review the outlined schedule for the implementation of their plan.
What: Learn about the business in detail. Ask questions and do as much research as you want to, at your own pace.
Why: Get comfortable with the reasons the business model makes sense and how it will accomplish what it is setting out to do.
How: Review the budget and plan that shows the feasibility of achieving the business’s goals and using your investment wisely.

 

Use all means to communicate with the owners, ask your questions, meet with them, whatever it takes for you to get confident in the business model and the management group behind it.

 

WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU?

Equity-based crowdfunding provides the opportunity to be part of something you believe in. An investment you understand.

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DO YOUR RESEARCH

Ask questions, search the internet, do what you need to do to get comfortable with the business and the people.

 

ONCE YOU HAVE MADE AN INVESTMENT, THE FUN HAS ONLY JUST BEGUN.

To engage and have direct dialogue with the owners of the businesses you are considering to invest in is a game changer! Truly liberating!

Be sure to let others know there is a new more sensible way to invest directly into companies at NO COST…your network of contacts, community, family, and friends, there are many other ways of letting people know about equity crowdfunding. Blogs, media sources, online forums, and Facebook groups. Use social media: share it on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest or tweet it through Twitter.

Message and email to your contacts and ask them to share the news.

 

 

*All fees are incurred by the business raising the capital