New Economy New Rules: Crowdvesting is legal. Now what?
Starting a company used to cost so much money that $5,000 from a single investor wouldn’t really help. Today, however, the barriers are remarkably low and many tech startups can bring a minimum viable product (MVP) to market for as little as $25,000.
Crowdfunding might not impact everybody, and it may increase the risk of potential fraud and loss statewide, but in a world where startups -- tech startups in particular -- can raise the amount needed to achieve MVP from a handful of Hoosiers with $5,000, this new local investing model could be a game-changer.
Join us August 1, to learn more about the new law, the rules and regulations governing crowdfunding investment, and the potential impact on Indiana startups and the startup ecosystem at large.
When: August 1, 2014, from 8 - 9:30 a.m. (ET)
8 a.m.: Registration and continental breakfast
8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.: Presentation
Where: Barnes & Thornburg LLP, 5th Floor | 11 S. Meridian St. | Indianapolis, IN 46204
Other Barnes & Thornburg offices in Elkhart, South Bend and Fort Wayne; sometimes available in B&T offices in Chicago, Grand Rapids, Washington DC, Atlanta (GA), Minneapolis, and Columbus (OH).
Also cooperating facilities in Evansville, Kokomo, Merrillville, and Scottsburg.
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