On the 16th of May the US crowdfunding market took another step forward with the introduction of the Title III of the JOBS Act.
Where previously investors had to be accredited earning more than $200,000 a year with a net worth above $1 million from investing in private companies in exchange for equity the shift now allows amateur investors into the fold.
Now, just about anyone can spend over $2,000 backing a non-public company in return for equity. The Title III of the JOBS Act allows startups to raise up to $1million in a 12-month period through this kind of crowdfunding.
Read Crowdfunding Campaigner Magazine, see the video below or register for the NextGen event to find out more.
June 15 – NextGen’s Title III Crowdfunding Summit
NextGen’s signature kickoff for Title II Crowdfunding will be held on June 15. Join to learn about the progress of this new form of crowdfunding and how it allows people to support and fund small companies seeking to raise up to $1 million.
Free Event: Live online from NextGen’s Los Angeles event center.
Join leading crowdfunding industry professionals to learn about:
- One-Month Traction: Learn whats special about the first weeks for any crowdfunding campaign and status of the Title III companies
- Platforms (registered intermediaries) that provide Title II Crowdfunding opportunities
- Companies raising money via Title II Crowdfunding
Follow this link to register