EarlyShares.com, the Equity Based Crowdfunding Platform has Partnered with TechMeetups to stage evening-time events in New York, Dallas and Miami as part of the national roadshow aimed to educate and raise much needed awareness about the JOBS Act and the benefits of Equity Based Crowdfunding.
In each of the three cities EarlyShares.com CEO Maurice Lopes will be making a presentation to introduce Equity Based Crowdfunding as a new business building and investment concept to business owners, investors and the American public.
Crowdfunding is an innovative concept which TechMeetups, which supports early stage tech startups and high growth companies, feels its members should become familiar with as one of the available options for raising capital. To learn more about these exciting changes and the outlook for crowdfunding you can join us at an event in the following cities:
17 October 2012, 6:30 – 10pm: Miami
1 October 2012, 6:30 – 9pm: New York, AlleyNYC
3 October 2012, 6 – 9pm: Dallas, Connective Hub
About Maurice Lopes and EarlyShares.com
Maurice Lopes is an expert in building successful businesses. He is currently the CEO and co-founder of EarlyShares.com. Conceived out of Mr. Lopes’ frustration in the lack of resources afforded to the small business owner, EarlyShares.com is dedicated to bridging the funding gap for small business entrepreneurs through the application of Crowdfunding.
Under Mr. Lopes’ leadership, the organization came to the attention of the Start Up America Partnership, which made EarlyShares.com the featured company on their website on April 5, 2012, the same day President Obama signed the JOBS Act into law. Mr. Lopes’ enviable successes in the development of small businesses has prepared him develop a company that will assure the stringent vetting of small business applicants as well as solid investor protections.
Mr. Lopes is on the board of directors for the National Crowdfunding Association (NLCFA.ORG). NLCFA was instituted to support, educate and protect the American Crowdfunding market. The Association endeavors to “police” the crowdfunding community in an effort to ensure investor protections are in place and both accredited and unaccredited investors have an equitable opportunity to participate in the creation and/or growth of a viable business entity.
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