Crowdfunding platform, EquityNet, announced this week that it has surpassed $300 million in funds raised by entrepreneur members.
Judd Hollas, founder and CEO of EquityNet, stated:
“Once again, we’re very proud to announce the continuing growth of our platform and are delighted that so many companies have achieved funding success through EquityNet. As our membership and the crowdfunding industry as a whole continue to grow, we will continue to streamline the funding process for entrepreneurs and the due diligence process for investors. Our goal is to create a superb experience for investors and a higher funding success rate for entrepreneurs.”
Tim Nemeckay, CEO of Mine Shaft Brewing, a company that has used EquityNet in the past, explained:
“EquityNet’s platform provides a high-quality investor population and awesome support from their staff. We were able to raise over $650,000 within several months. When it comes to crowdfunding, EquityNet is where you need to be.”
In addition to the ability for entrepreneurs to publicly advertise their need for funding, EquityNet provides entrepreneurs and investors the most advanced crowdfunding technologies in the global industry.
EquityNet currently holds five granted crowdfunding patents and additional pending patents in the U.S., covering multiple distinct inventions. This leading technology provides innovative campaign creation and distribution abilities for entrepreneurs and is combined with the industry’s most advanced screening and due diligence technology for investors.