Equity Crowd Funding Is Coming

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5 Critical Issues When Considering Equity Crowd Funding as a Source of Capital

 

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Highlights of the Equity Crowd Funding Is Coming webinar

 

 

  • Equity crowd funding exemption under the JOBS Act
  • Help you determine whether equity crowd funding is a viable funding alternative for your business
  • Vital preparation required for your company to engage equity crowd funding
  • Steps to take now to prepare for these offerings as they come online in 2013
  • Review investment structure options and respective disclosures and materials
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About your host:
Carlos D. Heredia helps Latino entrepreneurs and small businesses start, manage and grow their companies. Over the past 20 years, Carlos has worked with over 500 companies in various industry segments, including consumer products, retail, software and e-commerce. He has helped these companies at the startup phase, during the various stages of growth and financing (such as seed, angel and venture capital rounds), and when they get acquired or go public. Carlos uses this experience to help Latino entrepreneurs and small businesses launch new companies, raise money and achieve business success. Carlos and his wife Maria are the principals of California Counsel Group, Inc. , a law firm located in San Diego, California. They also have a blog dedicated to Latino entrepreneurs. Carlos graduated from UCLA (BA, Economics-Business), Stanford Graduate School of Business (MBA) and Stanford Law School (JD). He looks forward to serving as a resource for new and growing companies.

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About the author

Carlos Jose Heredia

Carlos D. Heredia an attorney, helps Latino entrepreneurs and small businesses start, manage and grow their companies. Over the past 20 years, Carlos has worked with over 500 companies in various industry segments, including consumer products, retail, software and e-commerce.  He has helped these companies at the startup phase, during the various stages of growth and financing (such as seed, angel and venture capital rounds), and when they get acquired or go public. Carlos uses this experience to help Latino entrepreneurs and small businesses launch new companies, raise money and achieve business success. Carlos and his wife Maria are the principals of California Counsel Group, Inc., a law firm located in San Diego, California. They also have a blog. Carlos graduated from UCLA (BA, Economics-Business), Stanford Graduate School of Business (MBA) and Stanford Law School (JD).  He looks forward to serving as a resource for new and growing companies.

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