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PODCAST: The Elements that Make For a...

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RegAMoney.com: (View Press Release) It’s cold in the NorthEast, but Regulation A+ is heating up like never before! Companies are ringing the bell on major stock exchanges, Reg.A+ “contenders” continue to move their offerings forward, celebrity brands are getting involved, and more and more companies are looking at Reg.A+ as a equity crowdfunding vehicle to […]

PODCAST: Why Websites and Social Medi...

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RegAMoney.com: (view press release) With so many intricate parts that need to work like a fine-tuned machine for a Regulation A+ offering to be successful, sometimes one of the most obvious components is overlooked – and that’s creating a website and social media platforms to showcase your company and Reg.A deal to your crowdfunding evangelists. […]

PODCAST: Understanding Stock Classifi...

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RegAMoney.com: (view press release) As Regulation A+ matures, more and more companies are using Reg.A+ as a means of accessing capital markets. We’ve now seen companies list their offerings on the New York Stock Exchange (Myomo, Level Brands, etc.), NASDAQ (Chicken Soup for the Soul, Arcimoto, Fat Brands, and many others) and on the many […]

PODCAST: Cancer Fighting “20/20...

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RegAMoney.com (view press release): There’s more good news in the Regulation A+ equity crowdfunding world! At this year’s National Investment Banking Association (NIBA) Conference held in New York City, the percentage of exhibitors seeking funding via Reg.A+ seems to be on the rise and exponentially growing (as predicted on the “Reg.A Money Show” many times). […]

How to Run A Successful “Testin...

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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+ […]

PODCAST: Robotics Maker CEO Paul Gudo...

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RegAMoney.com: (view press release) As regular listeners of the “Reg.A Money Show” know from a previous podcast, robotics medical device maker Myomo, Inc. recently made big news in the Regulation A+ industry by becoming the first Reg.A+ offering to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). The Cambridge, Massachusetts-based company was spun out […]

PODCAST: The Importance and Role of t...

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RegAMoney.com: (View Press Release) Every Regulation A+ Offering must be qualified by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). But what does that actually mean and what are the steps necessary to making this happen? Working with the SEC is such an important component to maneuver with – and as you can imagine, the process does […]

PODCAST: What Types of Businesses Sho...

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RegAMoney.com (read press release here): Regulation A+ Offerings are becoming “mainstream” as the word is out that many companies who have chosen this route have already been qualified by the SEC and ready to take money. But Reg.A+ is not for everyone. In this podcast, we go over 8 types of business markets where companies […]

You May Want to Consider Regulation A...

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Is Regulation A+ crowdfunding a fit for your company? As you know if you’re a regular listener to the “Reg.A Money Show”, Reg.A+ is not for everyone. However, Regulation A+ offerings are becoming very popular and more and more companies are at least looking into the possibility of going the Reg.A+ route rather than jumping […]

PODCAST: Regulation A+ vs. Regulation...

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RegAMoney.com (view press release here): Anyone looking to access the capital markets knows all about traditional IPOs and other tried-and-true means of raising money. But with the advent of crowdfunding, specifically equity crowdfunding, many other options come into play. Listen to “Regulation A+ vs. Regulation A vs. Regulation D vs. Other Means of Raising Money […]