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The following is a sponsored post from EarlyShares. To go straight to the registration page for this free, educational event, click here.
24/24 on Equity Based Crowdfunding
Are you an entrepreneur? A small business owner desperate to find the answers to your business future financial strategy? Crowdfunding might be the answer to your business next steps. Curious about Equity Based Crowdfunding? We have got all your answers; join us in one of our Free Educational Crowdfunding Roadshow Events. Catch the next Roadshow in Pittsburgh, PA on August 29th.
In its mission to educate the nation about this revolutionary new way to fund startups and small businesses, EarlyShares is hosting a 24/24 Nationwide Crowdfunding Educational Roadshow. On August 29th, EarlyShares is partnering with Innovation Works, Inc. for an event hosted by and held at AlphaLab located at 2325 E. Carson St, Pittsburgh, PA 15203 at 6:30 p.m. An innovative start-up itself, EarlyShares provides a secure user-friendly platform that connects entrepreneurs and investors.
This free event is part of EarlyShares’ 24/24 Nationwide Crowdfunding Educational Roadshow. Founded in 2011, EarlyShares launched its national roadshow, visiting 24 cities in 24 weeks, to educate local business owners and guide investors, entrepreneurs and local media on how equity-based crowdfunding can benefit their community. The August 29th event is open to everyone looking to fund a startup and/or invest in new or growing businesses. EarlyShares’ CEO and an equity-based crowdfunding pioneer, Maurice Lopes, will present and answer questions on how this brand new type of funding will soon build businesses and grow investment portfolios. The company is working in conjunction with Innovation Works, one of the nation’s most active seed-stage investors, contributes capital, business expertise and other resources into high-potential companies. AlphaLab is a startup accelerator founded by Innovation Works to help innovative technology companies launch quickly and successfully.
Crowdfunding is a newly created type of investing whereby groups of people make investments online so that new and existing businesses can grow and prosper. Until recently, crowdfunding has been used to donate money for artistic and philanthropic projects and applications. Equity-based crowdfunding uses the power of the crowd and the Web to provide capital to startup businesses in return for an investor stake. This way the new investor class, meaning every one of us, will have a stake in what they invest in! Who knows? You could be a shareholder in the next Instagram for as little as $100.
EarlyShares 24/24 Crowdfunding Event – Pittsburgh, PA
Wednesday, Aug. 29 at 6:30 p.m.; AlphaLab Offices, 2325 E. Carson Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15203 See the details at: http://crowdfundingpittsburgh-pr.eventbrite.com/?pr
For more information on equity-based crowdfunding go to www.EarlyShares.com.