CEO Georgia Quinn explains some of the hidden issues lurking in the 686 pages of the Title III Crowdfunding rules. Read part 1 and part 2 and beware!
Investors around the U.S. rejoiced late in 2015 as startups and entrepreneurs were no longer limited to seeking funds from accredited investors alone. With regards to Title III of the JOBS Act, the SEC’s Regulation Crowdfunding had an accompanying 686 page document that explained these new rules. For those of you who didn’t have time […]
On November 11, 2015 advisory board member Sherwood Neiss mentioned iDisclose on MSNBC and described how it can reduce the regulatory burden for companies wishing to raise money in a Title III Crowdfunding. Check it out!
iDisclose was recently featured in Forbes online magazine. The article highlighted several legal technology companies founded by women. Read the full article here.
iDisclose CEO Georgia Quinn was quoted by MarketWatch in an article about Title III Crowdfunding regulations. “This is the first time in history that retail investors will be able to buy shares in companies that will not have to file full-blown registration statements with the SEC.” Read the full article here.