RegAMoney.com (view press release here): As all Regulation A+ issuers know (or should know), every Reg.A+ Offering must be qualified by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). That process does not happen overnight as there are plenty of moving parts and steps that issuers must go through, which is why many issuers work with industry specialists like the “Reg.A Funding Group” who aggregate services to make it all happen. In this podcast, find out exactly how Sanz Solutions successfully qualified their Regulation A+ deal, including all the players involved and what needed to happen to overcome the obstacles they faced in moving forward. If anyone tells you Reg.A+ can’t be done, point them to this show!
As mentioned on part 2 of this podcast, Sanz Solutions, Inc. (Sanz) has launched their Regulation A+ Tier II Offering online at www.SanzRegA.com. The Company’s campaign is targeted to raise $2.5M in equity capital and able to take investments immediately. On March 14, 2017, the Company was notified by the SEC that it had qualified its Form 1A Application. This qualification allows the Company to move forward with the Offering which will leverage the key component of the Reg A+ Tier II rules allowing for the solicitation of the general public as well as traditional investors and financial institutions.
It’s really important for you to understand if you’re even thinking about doing a Regulation A+ offering, you need to contact those industry professionals who have an actual track record of success. Because Reg.A+ is so new, that’s hard to find. Lucky for you that you found one with the Reg. A Funding Group. Contact them today to get info and a strategic roadmap for RegA+ success.
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