Equity crowdfunding is currently in its heyday. Wonder why?
Until recently, founders keen on growing their businesses had two only options: to get debt or to sell equity to accredited investors.
Think angel investors, venture capitalists, high-net-worth people… you get the point.
With equity crowdfunding, anyone out there who believes in your start-up can invest in it. But there’s even more to it.
When you sell equity to the crowd, you also build a loyal community around your company.
This is great news for start-ups that are not so VC-fundable but have the potential to hit it BIG.
And today’s guests are here to prove it!
In this episode of the Crowdfunding Demystified podcast, Salvador Briggman speaks to Scott Cahill and John Osborne about how they raised $591,361 on Republic for a tech start-up called LEXI.
You’ll hear their expert tips on spotting scammers, communicating with prospective investors, and getting the right media attention.
And much more!
Whether you’re planning to hit it big with your business or simply came here to learn more about this exciting new way of raising capital, this episode is just for you!
Hope you find it helpful and that it gives you that extra boost to keep going!
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