Tag Archives: Microcap funding

Uplist Series Part V: Recent Examples of Uplists From The OTC [Guest Post]

Welcome to Part V of our UpListing Series: Recent Examples of Uplists From The OTC. This is the fifth part of a multi-part series on UpListing from the OTC Markets to the Nasdaq or NYSE and how it can benefit your company and shareholders. Below are four recent examples of uplists from the OTC that represent the diverse paths from

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Jumpstart Your Fundraising With JumpIN

Sponsored Jumpstart Innovation & Investment, or JumpIN, is one of the most efficient capital raising platform for public and private companies raising $1 to $20 million. JumpIN’s super powerful in person platform allows companies to build personal connections with over 100 serious direct investors through bi-quarterly investor dinners at exclusive venues. These investor dinners are usually attended by over 100

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Uplist Series Part IV: Seven Benefits of Uplisting To A Senior Exchange

Welcome to Part IV of our UpListing Series: Seven Benefits of Uplisting To A Senior Exchange. This is the fourth part of a multi-part series on UpListing from the OTC Markets to the Nasdaq or NYSE and how it can benefit your company and shareholders. Most company CEO’s believe they already know the benefits of Uplisting to a higher exchange

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Event On Micro Cap Funding Trends To Be Held In Newport Beach

On February 6th, NIRI Orange County will host an event with two expert panels discussing “Micro Cap Funding Trends: Attracting and Retaining Investors.” Many of Orange County’s most exciting companies of the next ten years are likely to be small today but growing rapidly and looking for funding. One potential funding pool, made possible by the JOBS Act, permits companies to

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Four Things Every Founder Needs To Do When Seeking Funding

Chris Lynch of Reverb Advisors shared a post on LinkedIn titled “Don’t Get Played: The four things every founder needs to do when they seek funding.” The post shares four things every founder needs to do when seeking funding. Lynch goes into more detail on the items below in his post. 1. Raise capital specific to the demands of the company,

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Three Ways Investment Firms Can Expand Proprietary Deal Flow

A recent post by Matt Metalios on the Axial Forum says “Time to Reconsider Proprietary Sourcing.” Investment firms across the board are facing increased competition due to record levels of dry powder, high valuations, and a constant increase of worldwide connectivity. These factors are forcing investment firms to rethink how they approach business development and differentiate their deal flow from competitors. Metalios

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Toxic Debt: What is it and How Can Micro-Cap CEO’s Avoid it? [Guest Post]

Guest Post By: Mike Starkweather The term toxic debt gets tossed around regularly in the micro-cap space, and yet most people don’t understand what it means or why a CEO would accept a loan with such volatile terms. First, it is important to understand what the term toxic debt indicates before we can break down how debt becomes toxic and why

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How To Write A MicroCap Funding Round Press Release

A recent post on TechCrunch looked at “How to announce a funding round” with a focus on venture capital funding. Many of the principals discussed can be applied to microcap funding rounds. The author shared standard components to any funding round press release. The author, Tiffany Spencer of Bessemer Venture Partners says “Not every funding announcement is the same, but standard

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