Overview:Crowdfunding Capital is assembling a platform of resources for entrepreneurs and investors to plan and prepare for the approved “JOBS Act” guidelines later in 2015 by the US SEC. The “Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act” (the “Act”) eases restrictions under the Securities Act of 1933 (the “Securities Act”) relating to the initial public offering (“IPO”) process for equity securities of a newly designated class of smaller companies and to the private placement capital raising process for virtually all issuers.
As one of the three Markowski Brothers currently creating a “Crowdfunding” website following opportunities with potential similar to the initial internet commercialization where a 1996 $10,000 investment in AOL went to $32 million by 1999 or $10,000 in Yahoo’s IPO increased to $2 million by 1999.
- Crowdfunding is an accepted reality and is only a matter of time in one form or another -
As the SEC lays out the guidelines in the near future, it will crystalize the ignition of an insatiable consumer appetite to learn and capitalize on the ability to advance their “Standard of Living” beyond the temperamental bosses and the ethically challenged customary investment resources.
The “Tip of the Iceberg” of this consumer interest can be observed through the relentless consumer appetite to connect with media with the potential to blaze the trail to prosperity. Infinite volumes could be written on this conversation from the constant prime time expansion of investment shows like “Shark Tank” to the investment conferences which are globally growing in size, numbers with some individual admission prices approaching $1000.
With an awareness of this looming demand, Crowdfunding Capital will attract the interest in the market place