RegAMoney.com: (View Press Release) Happy New Year from the “Reg. A Money Show”!!! 2018 is poised to be an amazing year for the entire Regulation A+ equity crowdfunding industry and as such, we thought it would be a good idea to devote a show on where Reg.A+ will be heading in the upcoming year. This is that show! Besides publishing our own 2018 Reg.A+ predictions on our Regulation A+ news website at IPOtogo.com, we got to interview one of the most prominent people in Reg.A+ today, Darren Marble, who is the CEO of CrowdFundX and a friend of the show. But before we get into that interview, we had to tackle an important question submitted by one of our listeners about “hybrid reg.a+ deals”. What are they? Why are they important? And why do all the experts think hybrids will make a major statement on the Regulation A+ marketplace in 2018 and beyond? The answers to these questions is a must-listen!
What does 2018 have in store for Regulation A+ offerings? Listen to part two of this “Reg.A Money Show” podcast where Darren Marble – CEO of CrowdFundX – talks about the future of Regulation A+ and what he thinks will be some major happenings for the upcoming year. As mentioned in Part 1 of this episode, we’ll probably see hybrid offerings take center stage as the Reg.A+ industry continues to move upstream. As the name implies, “Hybrid” Reg.A+ offerings raise money from both Wall Street and Main Street investors. By targeting both these investor segments, companies can raise more capital and build massive brand equity, particularly because the small-time main street investors are the stickiest in the entire deal – meaning they like the company and want to see the deals work out on an emotional level as well. The end result is a successful raise and the cultivation of more customers through more sophisticated marketing efforts. However, there’s no perfect hybrid formula. So what’s the best mix of institutional banks and investors, broker-dealers, and the Reg.A+ equity crowdfunding public? Listen to the podcast as Mr. Marble answers this very question and goes into some of the projects CrowdFundX will be working on in 2018! … Including a celebrity based Reg.A+ offering currently available on Banq.co!
ABOUT OUR GUEST: Darren Marble:
Darren Marble is the CEO of CrowdfundX (CfX), a FinTech marketing firm that leverages a combination of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and digital marketing to help issuers acquire retail investors and shareholders at scale. CfX is the creator of Dara, the world’s first AI Investor Marketing Agent.
Built through insights gained from marketing the industry’s most successful equity crowdfunding campaigns, Dara is a semi-autonomous machine that empowers issuers to streamline retail investor acquisition. Dara works across marketing channels, optimizing paid, earned, owned and social marketing activities.
CfX successfully marketed historic crowdfinanced IPOs to the NYSE and OTC Markets Group for medical-robotics maker Myomo (“MYO”) and automotive startup Elio Motors (“ELIO”), respectively.
Mr. Marble is on the Board of Directors with the Crowdfunding Professional Association (CfPA) and is a Co-Founder of the Crowd Invest Summit. His insights have been featured in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Forbes and the Los Angeles Business Journal.
CrowdfundX is a FinTech marketing firm that leverages a combination of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and digital marketing to help issuers acquire retail investors and shareholders at scale. CrowdfundX is the creator of Dara, the world’s first AI Investor Marketing Engine.
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