There’s been a lot of buzz about crowd funding recently. From the federal JOBS act to news stories of businesses raising millions of dollars for future production, crowd funding seems to be the “golden ticket” for entrepreneurs looking to finance their business.
Crowd funding can seem too good to be true, and in some cases it is, as the stories of raising large sums of money tend to be the exception rather than the rule. But for some businesses, it can be a smart way to raise money without sacrificing equity or going into debt.
If you are considering crowd funding for your businesses, you won’t want to miss these upcoming events:
Tomorrow (Thursday May 24th), at 1:00 p.m., Berkeley Geddees, CEO of DooBizz will speak to the Kaysville ELP group about crowd funding, what he calls the new future of small business financing. Click here for driving directions and meeting information.
Next week, ELP members can get a special discount at the CrowdFunding Made Simple. At the conference, held Thursday, May 31 and Friday, June 1 at the University of Utah, prominent business leaders and industry experts will share key insights on crowd funding. This conference will have tracks for entrepreneurs, technologists interested in web platforms, securities law, venture funds and investors, as well as social and impact investing. There is a limited number of discounted tickets for ELP members, so be sure to register early! Click here to take advantage of this deal or to learn more about the conference.