Testing-The-Waters: New Ways to Generate Sizzle to Close Financing Deals

The new SEC rules went into effect on the first of March. If you are going to be seeking to raise capital, you need to know the game has changed. If you follow the new rules, you can undertake all kinds of marketing efforts and advertising to “test-the-waters” before you launch an actual offering or undertake a securities filing. … More Testing-The-Waters: New Ways to Generate Sizzle to Close Financing Deals

Raising Equity Capital Financing: Many Choices

The decision to raise equity capital, obtain credit financing or a mixture of the two involves many processes of critical decision-making that, in the end, are based upon calculated risk-taking. Historically, equity capital raises have always been the most problematic for entrepreneurs, small business enterprises and developers. … More Raising Equity Capital Financing: Many Choices

Crowdfunding: Acquisition & Rollout Financing’s New Best Friend

The new regulations do not allow issuers to fund blank check companies or undertake unidentified investments or mergers. That opens the door to many possible transaction constructs that create the opportunity for leveraging up to $75 million in equity capital financing at costs that are demonstrably better for the sponsor than any other pathway in the capital markets … More Crowdfunding: Acquisition & Rollout Financing’s New Best Friend

Broadcast Advertising to Get Capital Financing?

The new securities regulations that went into effect for 2021 now provide businesses, entrepreneurs and commercial real estate developers with two (2) new rules that explicitly allow you, under strict rules to be sure, to advertise the fact you need capital financing before you ever elect one of the registration exemptions under the Securities Act of 1933. … More Broadcast Advertising to Get Capital Financing?