Get It Done:
Discover how to make crowdfunding work for you
With the long-awaited SEC final approval of “Regulation Crowdfunding,” one of the final regulatory barriers to widespread crowdfunding is soon to disappear.
But the so-called “Title III” crowdfunding that the SEC just approved is only one piece of a fast-growing and complex set of options by which entrepreneurs and project developers can access new sources of capital and team with new categories of stakeholders.
Here's what you will learn:
- The important differences between “product-based” and equity crowdfunding.
- About the regulations, rules, risks & costs that you need to know.
- How to identify which type of crowdfunding is right for your company - if any.
- Rules of the road for equity crowdfunding
- How your world changes after you close a crowdfunding deal.
Watch this webinar if you've ever struggled...
... with whether crowdfunding is right for you and your startup.
About your Pro
Jerry O'Connor has built his practice on the representation of technology entrepreneurs for over 20 years. He founded O'Connor Law Office, P.C. to offer his business clients the benefits of big firm representation along with the personal service, accessibility, and competitive rates of a smaller practice.
Jerry's experience extends from start-up services, to general corporate representation and M&A counsel. He has handled hundreds of successful transactions for his clients, in various industry sectors including software, financial services and fintech, manufacturing, robotics, energy/cleantech and professional services.
He has also counseled clients in the not-for-profit space, and has worked with clients exploring hybrid business forms including non-profit/for-profit affiliates, low-profit limited liability companies or LLCs, and benefit corporations.
Jerry is a frequent speaker on topics relating to entrepreneurship. He is a long-time volunteer with the MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge and co-chairs its CEO Services Committee.
Jerry holds a JD from Northeastern School of Law, and a BS from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.