Isn't it amazing how hard it is to get a simple answer about how you can legally take money from investors for a startup or media production company?
People do it all the time, yet for people engaged in their first fundraising operation usually find that no one wants to walk through the whole process start to finish.
Purchase this product to get:
An 10-Page Document That Reviews Standard Regulation D Private Placement Rules and Requirements, as well as new Title III Rules and Platforms. This document is formatted for easy discussion with legal and financial advisors. You can use it to review your understanding of the process with them so your entire team is staring on common ground.
A 25+ Page Slide Set that Reviews What You Need To Do In Order to Execute a Standard Regulation D Private Placement. It covers the documents that need to be created, where to find investors, provides links to supporting documentation at the SEC, etc.
An 18 Page Step by Step Guide on How to Create a Business Plan for an Independent Film (or Web Series) which includes Acquiring A Script or Writing a Script, Attaching Talent, Getting Professional/Fundable Production Budgets Created, Guaranteeing Profitable Distribution (even without Name Talent attached), Creating a Demonstrably Effective and Straightforward Marketing Plan, etc.
A 2-Page Guide (with Links) that Reviews How to Create a Business Plan Investors Will Like for non-Media Startups. If you've never written a business plan for investors, and have no idea where to begin, you'll find this very useful.
A 17-Page Slide Set That Reviews a Variety of Business Models for Media Companies & Startups. If you don't know what a business model is, why having a good one, how to test it, and how to convey it swiftly to investors, you'll find this slide set critical.
And a little info on the TITLE III of the JOBS ACT just approved by the SEC which allows non-accredited investors to fund businesses through investment. This new option for funding, and new platforms to support it, should be available in the new year.
You'll find this information straight forward, easy to follow, and pragmatic. By the time you're done reading it you'll have a very solid understanding of what you should do to get your enterprise off the ground and funded.
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