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Sagoon Raises $3.3 Million Through Reg A+ Offering & Launches Social Commerce App

Sagoon, a social commerce platform, announced on Tuesday it secured $3.3 million through its Regulation A+ offering on November 30th. The company has so far attracted $4.8 million altogether (additional$1.5 million was secured through private funding) and more than 3,000 investors contributed through the funding… Read More

Real Estate Platform Groundfloor Shares $5M Reg A+ Plans, Now Accepting Non-Accredited Investors from All 50 States

Atlanta-based real estate investment platform Groundfloor has received regulatory approval to raise money under Reg A+. This crowdfunding offer has been in the works for some time now;  like all Reg A offers, the issuer must by scrutinized by the SEC before any securities may be… Read More

Fat Brands Completes $24 Million Reg A+ IPO

FAT (Fresh. Authentic. Tasty.) Brands Inc., a global multi-brand restaurant franchising company, announced on Friday completed its Regulation A+ Initial Public Offering (IPO). The initiative, which raised $24 million throughthe sale of 2,000,000 shares priced at $12.00 per share, was launched earlier this summer and sought to achieve… Read More

Update: Knightscope Becomes First Company To Surpass $10 Million on SeedInvest

Silicon Valley-based Knightscope has reportedly secured $10 million through its “mini-IPO” Reg A+ equity crowdfunding campaign on SeedInvest. The initiative was launched earlier this year and is seeking $20 million as part of its Series M efforts. It has now been dubbed the most successful campaign… Read More

Trailblazing Legion M Gathers Fans & $1.4+ on Wefunder: Still Time to Invest

Readers may remember that last March, after receiving keen investor interest for its Reg CF offer, Legion M launched a Reg A+ crowdfunding round to raise a minimum amount of $500,000 on Wefunder, the first Reg A+ offer to be listed on the prominent investment… Read More

Global Restaurant Franchising Company FAT Brands Announces Plans to File Reg A+ Initial Public Offering

FAT (Fresh. Authentic. Tasty.) Brands Inc., a global multi-brand restaurant franchising company, announced on Thursday it is making plans to file a Regulation A+ initial public offering that allows anyone the opportunity to invest in its family of brands. The company’s portfolio of brands includes Fatburger, Buffalo’s Cafe,… Read More

Reg A+ Crowdfunding Conference – Los Angeles

Postponed Financial Research Associates, is happy to announce the all-new Reg A+ Crowdfunding Conference (July 19-20 2017 at The Los Angeles Athletic Club in LA). This first of its kind event will provide an actionable strategy for raising $50 million in capital plus share key… Read More

Sustainable Transportation Company Arcimoto Partners With WR Hambrecht to File For IPO Under Reg A+

WR Hambrecht + Co recently announced Oregon-based sustainable transportation company Arcimoto has filed its Form 1-A Offering Circular to file for its IPO under Reg A+ rules. The company reports that the Arcimoto’s offering will set the stage for a potential future listing on the NASDAQ… Read More

Software, Hardware & Humans: Knightscope Seeks $20M on SeedInvest

It has been two weeks since Knightscope announced its “mini-IPO” Reg A+ equity crowdfunding campaign on SeedInvest where the company is seeking to raise $20 million.  Based in Mountain View, in the heart of Silicon Valley, the startup says that it is currently worth $80 million…. Read More

Crowdfunding Platform Crowdfundraiser Rebrands to Crowdfund

Crowdfundraiser, a crowdfunding platform that is focused on both debt and equity crowdfund investing now offers investment options for both accredited and non-accredited investors alike, announced on Thursday that it has been renamed to Crowdfund.co. The platform’s Director, Nate Nead, revealed: “We’re excited about the possibilities with this new domain and… Read More

StartEngine’s Gigmor Among First To Carry Out Crowdfunding Campaign Under Regulation A+

On an equity crowdfunding platform that launched the day that Regulation A+ allowed anyone to invest in early stage companies, Gigmor, Inc., a social networking platform for musicians, is among the first to carry out a crowdfunding campaign under the new regulation.  The “LinkedIn for the music industry,” Gigmor has… Read More

Will Anyone Use Reg A+ to Raise Capital?

On June 19th, Title IV of the JOBS Act will finally become actionable for interested issuers.  Commonly referred to as Regulation A+, or “Reg A+”, this portion of the JOBS Act may be best described as a mini-IPO.  Reg A+ may be used by any… Read More

CommunityLeader to SEC: Thanks for Publishing Reg A+ Rules!

On Wednesday, the SEC Board of Commissioners approved the publishing of the rules associated with the Jobs Act 2012 Title IV. Now, the executives at CommunityLeader, Inc., a technology and service leader in the emerging crowdfunding industry, is ready to share their thoughts about the rules…. Read More

SME Advisory Committee on Reg A+: SEC Review is Sufficient for Investor Protection. State Blue Sky Review Must Be Preempted.

The SEC Advisory Committee on Small and Emerging Companies tackled the highly contentious issue of state Blue Sky Review preemption today regarding Title IV of the JOBS Act. Commonly called Reg A+, the SEC has recommended pre-empting state review as it is widely understood to have… Read More

David Weild: “NASAA is Doing Incredible Harm to The Economy and They Need to Stand Down” (Video)

David Weild, former Vice Chairman of NASDAQ and current CEO of IssuWorks, made an appearance at the offices of Pepper Hamilton last week to discuss capital formation for small businesses. The event was organized by Dara Albright, a vocal advocate of crowdfunding and a leading… Read More

Regulation A+ Offerings: A New Era at the SEC

December 18, 2013 may well mark an historic turning point in the ability of small business to effectively access capital in the private and public markets under the federal securities regulatory framework.

The Real Estate Deal That Could Change the Future of Everything

Dan and Ben Miller began tugging two years ago at a simple question they believe is central to the failings of the American real estate industry. The brothers – sons of a well-known Washington, D.C. developer – had begun acquiring properties themselves in the city’s… Read More

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