Producers of independent films, theatre productions, web series and musical projects can learn how to use crowdfunding to finance their ventures. Readers of this blog can get a ten percent discount on the upcoming CrowdFunding Bootcamp being held at Lake Las Vegas October 9-11. Read on for details.
Crowdfunding is a Billion-Dollar Business
Crowdfunding is looked upon by many as the saving grace of small business in America. This is particularly so for artists and creative businesses. Crowdfunding has grown into a billion dollar business and with the passage of the JOBS Act, more and more entrepreneurs and investors are going to be participating in this remarkable opportunity.
“To get businesses ready to take advantage of this remarkable opportunity, they must have certain fundamental business systems in place to be prepared to act when the final regulations on crowdfunding are determined,” said Aaron Young, CEO of Laughlin Associates. “The Crowdfunding Bootcamp is designed to put those foundational steps in place.”
Hit the Ground Running once the rules are in place.
The SEC hasn’t even finished making the new rules required under the JOBS Act, but it’s not too soon to prepare, so when the rules are in place, you can hit the ground running.
The Crowdfunding Bootcamp, is offering attendees direct access to the speakers, attorneys, CPA’s, marketing specialists and business strategists, including Candace Klein from SoMolend, and Bad Girl Ventures, Maurice Lopes from Early Shares, Douglas Ellenoff from Ellenoff Grossman & Schole LLP, Preston Clark from 1–800-Accountant, Vincent Molinari from Gate Technologies,Sara Hanks from Crowdcheck ,Sherwood Neiss , and Jason Best Co-Chairs, Crowdfunding Professional Association and the Startup Exemption and so many more industry leaders.
One-On-One contact with presenters.
“The unique aspect of this bootcamp is that all of the speakers and experts have signed on to work one-on-one with the attendees to make sure when they leave this event they will have the tools and knowledge they need to launch a successful crowdfunding campaign,” said Ruth Hedges, Principal of Crowdfundingroadmap, creator and producer of the event and founding board member of CFPA and CFIRA
Save 10% on admission to Crowdfunding Bootcamp
As an affiliate of the Crowdfunding Bootcamp, I’ve been able to arrange a 10% discount for readers of my blog and newsletter, and for listeners of the Entertainment Law Update Podcast. To register for your discounted tickets, please visit Crowdfunding Bootcamp (http://www.crowdfundingroadmap.com/bootcamp) and use the coupon code ELU2012.