This online course is for entrepreneurs and small business owners who are considering using Oregon’s new Community Public Offering (CPO) to raise capital from their community. (If you have already purchased this course, please click here to access it).
This online course is for entrepreneurs and small business owners who are considering using Oregon’s new Community Public Offering (CPO) to raise capital from their community.
On January 15th, 2015, new Oregon securities crowdfunding law was passed. On January 22nd, Hatch Innovation helped launch the first nine companies to make use of this law, as well as the platform on which people can become local investors: HatchOregon.com.
This course will provide an overview of the new law, and then spend time answering attendees’ questions about how entrepreneurs might use Oregon’s new Community Public Offering (CPO). Entrepreneurs may raise up to $250,000 from Oregon residents.
You will learn:
- If a CPO is right for you and your business
- Costs of raising capital this way
- The time commitments required for a successful raise
- The technical requirements of the rules (disclosure documents, business plan review, legal compliance)
- What the Hatch Oregon platform offers
- What the Investor Ready accelerator offers
- The presentation is approximately 1.5 hours, with 30 minutes available for Q&A. You will leave with a good understanding of the time commitment and costs involved with a community public offering, as well as how far along you are on the path to readiness.
I already bought the course – where is it?
It’s right here.
How do I access the course?
You will be sent an email with a receipt and instructions. During the checkout process, you will be asked to create an account. When logged in, the course content will be viewable on this site.
What is the refund policy?
We are unable to offer refunds on this digital product.
Why isn’t this content free?
Hatch Innovation is a 501(c)(3), and we’re doing our best to democratize capital for small businesses all over Oregon. So far, we’ve done this on a shoestring budget – we rely on income like this, along with donations and grants, to pay for our staff and technology costs. Your ticket helps us keep doing this important work around the state.