Wharton is Invited to: FOX: Equity Crowdfunding & the JOBS Act

1347.jpgWednesday, November 18, 2015
5:30 - 8:30 p.m.

New equity crowdfunding opportunities have opened up allowing small business owners to raise up to $50M!  Learn about equity crowdfunding and how to navigate new changes in the angel investment landscape resulting from implemented JOBS Act-related regulations.

Wednesday, November 18, 2015
5:30 - 8:30 p.m.

Le Meridien Hotel
1421 Arch St.
Philadelphia, PA

Registration Fees:

General public - $65.00


What legal and financial considerations should business owners understand when raising money from angel investors? How can business owners comply with new state and/or SEC regulations relative to raising investment money online?

As of June 2015, new equity crowdfunding opportunities have opened up for small business owners to fundraise up to $50M from both accredited and unaccredited investors using Regulation A+ exemptions. This new form of investment fundraising will be revolutionary for small businesses; however, like other investment vehicles in the United States, there are many knowledge and regulatory barriers that prevent most business owners from successfully raising capital.

Join us for a panel discussion with prominent legal, financial, and crowdfunding experts who will address the dos and don’ts of equity crowdfunding and angel investing in the 21st century.

Kevin Provost, CEO of CoFund360

Ellen Weber, Executive Director of Temple's Innovation & Entrepreneurship Institute and Executive Director of Robin Hood Ventures
Wayne Kimmel,  Managing Partner at SeventySix Capital
Pelli Wang, Venture Director from SeedInvest

Business casual attire is required.

Fox Alumni Relations
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