RegAMoney.com: Just like everything else in life, teamwork is a part of your success. No Regulation A+ offering is a island, and there are many moving parts that go into a successful Reg.A+ campaign. One of those parts are EDGAR agents, who provide the essential services of automated collection, validation, indexing, acceptance, and forwarding of submissions by companies and others who are required by law to file forms with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”).
EDGAR is an acronym that stands for “Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis, and on this podcast episode, we spoke with one of the best in the industry and got her insights into how it all works – and a few points that you definitely need to understand if you want your Reg.A+ campaign to succeed!
ABOUT OUR GUEST: Sonja Gouak:
Sonja Gouak is the owner of EdgarTech Filing Services and has been a filing agent for over 15 years. Meeting the SEC’s strict rules is a challenge and Sonja does everything she can to help her clients make sure those rules are met and to ensure her client’s filings are perfect. The fact that many of her clients have been with her for more than 10 years attests to her ability to make the filing process go smoothly and error-free. With reasonable rates and a superior track record, Sonja and her company are ready for all your EDGAR filing needs.
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