Tag Archives: Reg A+ IPO

Should You IPO?

A recent post on CFO.com asked “Should You IPO?” The author, Keith Button, concludes that “Unless your company is big, profitable, and a category leader, the wisest choice may be to wait.” Button shares three reasons why most companies should wait to go public: 1. No Need – Two of the primary reasons for going public are to raise capital and

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Bitzumi Launches First Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Related Reg A+

Yesterday, Bitzumi announced its Regulation A+ offering with the goal of raising $10 million USD. Co-founded by James Altucher and Scot Cohen, Bitzumi is a digital content and asset platform that plans to enable users to transact in the cryptocurrency and blockchain marketplace. Bitzumi is building a next generation decentralized exchange and acquiring a network of crypto and blockchain related digital

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ADOMANI Closes S-1 Secondary At Large Discount to Reg A+ IPO

Earlier this month, ADOMANI, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADOM) announced the closing of a registered public offering at a relatively large discount to its June 2017 Reg A+ IPO. In June, ADOMANI raised $14.261 million through Regulation A+ by selling 2,852,275 million shares of common stock at a price of $5.00 per share. Following the Reg A+ offering, ADOMANI listed on Nasdaq. ADOM shares

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Ten Tips For Entrepreneurs Who Decide to Go Public [Guest Post]

Guest Post By: Robert F. Licopoli First a disclaimer, this article is written for entrepreneurs by an entrepreneur. I’m not a lawyer, accountant, or a financial services expert. I’m someone who is passionate about building a successful business and wrote this article about my personal experiences. In no way is this article meant to be a legal advice or a thorough

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Three Ways Broker-Dealers Have Improved the Reg A+ Space

In a recent interview with Crowdfund Insider, Darren Marble, CEO and founder of CrowdfundX, shared three ways that broker-dealers have improved the Reg A+ space. Marble says, “The biggest change since June, 2015, when Reg A+ first went into effect, is that traditional capital markets players such as underwriters and broker-dealers are now participating in the market and adding measurable value

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