Upcoming MicroCap Event: The Reg A Conference

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Upcoming MicroCap Event: The Reg A Conference

We recently caught up with Steve Evans to discuss The Reg A Conference scheduled for June 12, 2018 in NYC.

Q&A below:


When and where is The Reg A Conference held? How did you decide on that location?

Steve Evans: “June 12, 2018 – NYC. The conference center is conveniently located at the TKP Conference Center in Midtown Manhattan. New York is the financial capital of North America, so it is appropriate to offer our Reg A conference here.”


How would you best describe the event?

Steve Evans: “The Reg A Conference presents a unique opportunity for investors, finance and legal professionals, and companies interested in a Reg A stock offering to meet and network, and to learn from the best minds in this area of corporate fundraising.”


Who hosts the event ? Any interesting sponsors?

Steve Evans: “DealFlow Events is the organizer of the event. When it comes to the business of finance, the tag line “A DealFlow Event” is widely recognized as a symbol of quality. We’ve produced over 200 conferences, seminars, and webcasts on a variety of financial topics. These events are the signature programs in their respective markets, offering high-quality content and professional networking opportunities.

Our sponsors specifically for the Reg A Conference include CrowdCheck, Duane Morris, RRBB, Computershare, M2 Compliance, Continental Stock Transfer & Trust, Hunter Taubman Fischer & Li, IRTH Communications, Toppan Vintage and many other highly-respected firms. Additional sponsors are joining daily.”


Any panels or keynotes planned?

Steve Evans: “The conference features a keynote speaker who will discuss the current environment for Reg A securities offerings, as well as more than a dozen panels and presentations covering every aspect of Regulation A in 2018. The Conference Agenda is available on the website: https://theregaconference.com/


What is the event’s history?

Steve Evans: “DealFlow since 2003 has presented more than 200 conferences on a diverse array of financial topics. Reg A came into existence in 2015. This is one of our newer conferences created to meet demand for professional education on this growing mechanism for raising capital through public securities.”


How many attendees do you expect at this event?

Steve Evans: “Several hundred finance and legal professionals and investors are expected to attend.”


Who should attend and why?

Steve Evans: “Investors interested in small and mid-cap companies. Legal and finance professionals who advise on Reg A deals. Company executives interested in pursuing a Reg A offering. This DealFlow event will deliver best-in-class information from the top professionals in the Reg A space. Anyone concerned with staging or investing in a successful Reg A offering would be wise to attend both for the educational value and networking opportunities.”


What size and type of MicroCap public companies should attend? How do they qualify/present?

Steve Evans: “Complete information on presenting is available here: https://theregaconference.com/presenting-companies/

Company presentations will also be livestreamed, expanding your pitch to an online audience of thousands.Under Securities and Exchange Commission rules, Regulation A is available in two tiers.Tier 1, for securities offerings of up to $20 million in a 12-month periodTier 2, for securities offerings of up to $50 million in a 12-month period. Reg A is designed for small and medium-sized companies that wish to raise capital but could not otherwise afford the costs and fees of a normal SEC registration. Reg A also allows non-accredited investors to participate in the offering.

If you’re interested in learning about the opportunity to present your company to investors, contact Charlie Napolitano at charlie@dealflow.com or call (516) 876-8006.”


How do potential attendees register?

Steve Evans: “Anyone can register quickly and securely by visiting our website: https://theregaconference.com/tickets/


Is there a deadline to register?

Steve Evans: “There is no deadline to register, although space is limited. Attendees are encouraged to lock in their seats right away.”


How much does it cost to attend?

Steve Evans: “Early bird registration is $495 through March 31.”


Anything else potential attendees should know?

Steve Evans: “DealFlow Events are widely recognized as the best in finance professional development and networking. We’ve earned this reputation through hard work, relentless dedication to delivering excellent value, and by listening to the needs and goals of our conference participants”


Learn more at https://theregaconference.com/




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