In 2012, the SEC allowed small companies to crowdfund investments and to “go public” by utilizing the authorized course of known as Regulation A. It was a part of The JOBS Act (Jumpstart Our Enterprise Startups Act) to permit funding of small companies from unaccredited buyers and lift as much as $75m.
On The Small Business Radio Show this week, Tony Drockton, Founder and Chief Cheerleader at Hammitt, a retail firm from Los Angeles that sells luxurious purses and luggage, describes how his firm is elevating $10M- $25M with this technique.
Go Public Utilizing Regulation A
Tony tells how they used conventional funding for his or her Sequence A, however as they constructed “100,000 followers and prospects at Hammitt, I needed to provide them the chance to speculate first together with their buddies and family- it’s a democratization of the investing course of.”
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