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Equity Crowdfunding

We help crowdfunded companies and their investors recognize a meaningful, liquid exit.

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Equity Based

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Lending Based

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Reward Based

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Donation Based

The JOBS Act is one of the biggest game-changing pieces of legislation ever to grace the financial markets. With capital raising from project, reward and equity crowdfunding portals hitting the multi-billion dollar mark, the opportunities for both start-ups and seasoned businesses alike are astounding.

 

It is expected that the IPO and reverse merger market will be positively impacted by these key changes in legislation. Crowdfunded companies will require assistance for going public for a number of reasons. First, as equity investors in such companies demand a liquid exit, mid and micro-cap firms will require public status to provide such an opportunity. In most instances, a flawed and inadequate secondary market is inefficient in providing true liquidity for shareholders. Finally, changes in SEC requirements for reporting based on total shareholder number may naturally force some crowdfunded companies into public status, whether they are prepared or not.

 

The advantages of performing a reverse merger with a clean public shell for crowdfunded companies, include the following:
  • Speed & Agility
  • Cost & Affordability
  • Growth Capital Funding
  • Investor “Exit” Liquidity

Those who own, operate or consult with crowdfunded companies may wish to consider the opportunity available to them by taking such companies public. We provide solutions for going public without going broke. Get in touch with us today.

Not all companies are created equal. This includes companies financed through crowdfunded sources. The following list, while not exhaustive, represents the type of crowdsourced companies that may be ideal for going public with a reverse merger.

  • Businesses with a very large number of existing shareholders, like those that may be equity crowdfunded
  • Companies based on a protected technology with specific Intellectual Property and a large addressable market. Good candidates include biotech and other startups out of university and city incubators
  • Firms or platform companies looking to grow by acquisition using stock as a bartering chip for industry consolidation or roll-up
  • Companies with large customer, VAR or distributor bases
  • Firms with large, existing and firm contracts with customers, ensuring long term profitability
  • Any company posting EBITDA of $2MM or more