7 Tips for Businesses to Prepare for Title III


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BY Judd Hollas, Founder & Chief Inventor, EquityNet The  industry is gaining serious momentum, and with the implementation of Title III of the JOBS Act coming up next year, entrepreneurs will soon have many more options when it comes to fundraising. Title III will allow many Americans who are not considered high-net-worth individuals to invest in private small businesses and startups to own a percentage of those companies. This is going to give entrepreneurs a much larger selection of potential investors than ever before. It’s anticipated that Title III won’t come into effect until sometime next spring, but proactive entrepreneurs can take action now to be prepared to leverage this new law when it gets passed. 1. Assess your need to utilize Title III Fundraising needs vary depending on a company’s industry and Title III will put certain rules in place that some entrepreneurs may find cumbersome. Under the Title III exemption, funds raised from all types of investors will not be able to exceed $1 million in a 12-month period. This might be suitable for entrepreneurs looking for capital in the six-figure range, but those seeking larger investments will need to be willing to launch multiple fundraising campaigns. […]

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