Because Title II of the JOBS Act is effective as of 9/23, entrepreneurs are now able to raise funds with all accredited (wealthy) investors using Twitter, Facebook, MSNBC, etc. Learn about how you can use this new crowdfunding strategy to raise capital.
Sang Lee, Founder and CEO of Return on Change, a crowdinvesting platform for high-impact startups will talk about what this means for you, his thoughts on how this will change the investing scene, tell you what is required to succeed with crowdsourced investors, and answer your questions.
About Sang Lee: Prior to founding Return on Change, Sang worked as an investment banker in the energy field at WestLB and BNP Paribas, accruing a wealth of expertise in financial regulation, business, and financial structuring. Additionally, he has significant experience in the advisory and execution of more than $10.0 Bn equivalent of energy transactions in North America. Under his leadership, Return on Change has become a leader within the online funding industry, actively developing a diverse set of tools and robust platform to ensure both quality and ease of use. Sang strives to educate innovative entrepreneurs about online funding’s immense potential to provide startups with critical early stage capital as well as investors with the opportunity to become involved in the most disruptive companies. Sang is also the Executive Director of CF50, a global think tank of thought leaders within the crowdfunding industry.
Admission is $20 through Meetup or $30 Cash at the Door.