RegAMoney.com: (view press release) Fans of the “Reg.A Money Show” know how much we like Regulation A+ Tier II offerings. In this podcast, we talk about the Rule 255 Provision for Reg.A+ deals which is commonly known as “testing the waters”. This provision allows companies to determine if there is any interest in its Reg.A+ investment offering before it has filed anything with the SEC, prepared any offering materials, hired counsel, engaged an accountant, or even formed the company that will offer securities. As you can imagine, this saves companies literally tens of thousands of dollars and creates confidence in the offering in general should the “testing the waters” response be a positive one – although no commitments are made between the parties during the “testing the waters” phase and no actual money is exchanged in the process.
By gauging investor interest before spending significant money to officially move forward with a Regulation A+ offering, companies are in a unique position to create the momentum needed for a successful Regulation A+ offering. That’s why it’s so important to follow some tried-and-true Reg.A marketing strategies to move an offering forward. In the second part of this podcast, we go into details on exactly what you need to do to run a successful “testing the waters” campaign. Sounds too good to be true? Well, “testing the waters” does have its downside. As such, some companies are opting NOT to “test the waters”. Find out why and what the pros and cons are of “testing the waters” every step of the way.
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