The crowdfunding handbook : raise money for your small business or start-up with equity funding portals / Cliff Ennico.
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- ISBN: 9780814433607
- ISBN: 081443360X
- Physical Description: xix, 265 pages : forms ; 24 cm
- Publisher: New York, NY : AMACOM, 
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Part 1 The Basics Of Crowdfunding -- Chapter 1. What Is Crowdfunding? -- Chapter 2. The Evolution of Crowdfunding -- Part 2 Launching A Successful Title III Crowdfunded Offering, Step By Step -- Chapter 3. Is Crowdfunding Right for Your Company? -- Chapter 4. Preparing Your Company for a Crowdfunded Offering -- Chapter 5. Launching Your Crowdfunded Offering -- Chapter 6. Managing and Marketing Your Crowdfunded Offering -- Chapter 7. After Your Successful Crowdfunded Offering Is Completed -- Part 3 Communications With Your Crowd -- Chapter 8. Keeping Your Crowd Under Control -- Chapter 9. Going Back for Seconds: Launching Multiple Crowdfunded Offerings -- Part 4 Considerations For Investing In A Crowdfunded Offering Or Setting Up A Funding Portal -- Chapter 10. Should You Invest in a Crowdfunded Offering? -- Chapter 11. Should You Set Up a Funding Portal? -- Part 5 Background Essentials: Crowdfunding History, Law, And Regulations -- Chapter 12. Federal Regulation of Private Offerings of Securities Prior to the JOBS Act -- Chapter 13. The JOBS Act and Regulation Crowdfunding Rules.
|Summary, etc.:|| In April 2012, President Obama signed the Jumpstart OurBusiness Startups - or JOBS - Act into law. This ground breaking legislation empowers privately-owned companies to raise capital from investors without going through the rigorous IPO and private placement processes. This book translates the regulations into a clear set of do's and don'ts.
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