The crowdfunding handbook : raise money for your small business or start-up with equity funding portals / Cliff Ennico.

Ennico, Clifford R. [Browse]
New York, NY : AMACOM/HarperCollins, [2016]
xix, 265 pages ; 24 cm


Summary note
Ready to finance your venture the Kickstarter way? With equity crowdfunding rules finalized by the Securities and Exchange Commission, the landmark 2012 JOBS Act has finally gone live, freeing small businesses to raise up to $1 million without a lengthy, expensive IPO process. Legal and small business expert Cliff Ennico has followed the equity crowdfunding story since its inception. Here, he explains the federal legislation and translates the 685-page SEC Regulation Crowdfunding document into a clear set of dos and don'ts.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 253-256) and index.
  • 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.
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