Category Archives: intrastate

A Crowdfunding Exit in Indiana as Scotty’s Brewhouse is Acquired

Scotty’s Brewhouse in Indiana has become the first intrastate crowdfunding exit. After raising money through Indiana’s intrastate crowdfunding exemption in 2014, Scotty’s Brewhouse, a chain of 18 brewpubs founded 20 years ago, recently agreed to be acquired by a private equity firm for an undisclosed sum.  Scotty’s raised just a small amount of its total […]

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NextSeed: Crowdfunding Loans for Main Street Businesses

One of the first funding portals to receive SEC approval was NextSeed. The company, founded by Youngro Lee, Abraham Chu and Bob Dunton (with team, above), had been quietly raising money for small businesses in Texas for a year. With the implementation of Title III of the JOBS Act, Houston-based NextSeed is now expanding to the […]

A Possible Update to SEC Rules for Internet Advertising

How do you allow entrepreneurs to raise local capital without onerous red tape, while also minimizing risks for investors? What can be done at the federal and state level?

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Crowdfinance: Experts Predict What’s in Store for 2016

2016 will be the year that the long-awaited Title III “Regulation Crowdfunding” goes into effect.  That, along with Title II (for accredited investors), Regulation A+ (Title IV) and intrastate crowdfunding, will open up new avenues for entrepreneurs, investors and portals alike. But where will it all lead? We asked some experts to weigh in on […]