KoreConX, the recently launched a free all-in-one solution that is disrupting the market by helping companies navigate the equity crowdfunding process and reduce risk, announced on Thursday new partners that add additional value and resources for their users. These additions greatly expand the scope and usefulness of the platform, allowing companies to have even greater control over their equity crowdfunding.
The integrated tools and services platform promises to save companies time and helps reduce legal fees by having all the required corporate documents proactively organized, while allowing organizations to efficiently manage corporate records. KoreConX makes onboarding and dealflow screening for equity crowdfunding portals much easier while ensuring issuers are prepared for due diligence, reporting regularly and managing shareholders properly.
“KoreConX is providing the infrastructure and eco-system for companies to efficiently manage their business while maintaining proper governance, transparency and compliance. The addition of these new partners is designed to make it even easier for companies seeking equity crowdfunding to have all of the tools, resources and solutions available on the KoreConX platform.”
The new partners, with solutions now directly available via KoreConX, include:
- Early IQ
Bernadette Lee, Marketwired’s Vice President, Global Partners and Media Solutions, explained:
“We look forward to helping KoreConX users expand their visibility and uncover opportunities. As the crowdfunding industry multiplies in volume and influence, it’s more important than ever to reach these new communities of investors and decision-makers.”
“Crowdfunding is about taking deals from elite back rooms and making them accessible to everyone. Transparency is essential to this process, and we are so happy to be working with KoreConX to simplify and streamline the processes for crowdfunding.”
Sara Hanks, CEO of CrowdCheck, added:
“We are looking forward to making the due diligence process more efficient and faster using the resources of KoreConX.”