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SOURCE: Universal Media Consultants
While government bureaucracy and lack of motivation at the Securities and Exchange Commission continue to hold the brakes on equity crowdfunding, Philip Cardwell and Universal Media Consultants are keeping the public up to date by providing a new website that automatically aggregates and updates with news from multiple sources around world.
Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) November 30, 2012
Universal Media Consultants has launched a new crowdfunding website designed as a one-stop source for keeping individuals and investors up to date on all of the latest news and resources surrounding equity crowdfunding. While still a work in progress, equitycrowdfundingdaily.com provides live feeds from sources such as LinkedIn Groups, Google News, iCurrent, Alltop and various other RSS web feeds.
The website is designed to provide users several benefits:
1) All of the necessary information needed to become an expert on the subject of equity crowdfunding.
2) Access to the resources needed to properly perform an equity crowdfunding capital raise.
3) Access and introductions to the individuals who have tirelessly worked with various political committees and politicians in Washington to lay the groundwork for equity crowdfunding.
4) The ability to submit and receive a prompt response from the experts, to any questions concerning equity crowdfunding.
Many experts believe that crowdfunding for equity won't be ready till Q4 2013 at the earliest and that implementation will be closer to Q1 2014. Equity crowdfunding platforms such as EarlyShares.com have been patiently waiting for months to learn how regulations will affect their business. EarlyShares CEO Maurice Lopes has advocated for the formation of an LLC-type structuring of the crowdfund asset class in the past – one way to overcome the contentious issue of ownership structure. Others such as Ruth Hedges, creator of CrowdFundingRoadmap.com and who is committed to building a pipeline of 1 million crowdfund compliant small businesses, continue to educate and prepare the public by establishing such events as the recently concluded Crowdfunding Bootcamp in Las Vegas.
However, not every entrepreneur is waiting on the Securities and Exchange Commission to finalize the rules on equity-based crowdfunding and that has prompted the need for a website like equity crowdfunding daily. Barry Rickert, Founder and President of Lendingclouds.com and a 40-year veteran of private equity investing, has launched a royalty-based, crowdfunding investment club web portal that is a marketplace for the mutual benefit of small businesses and investors. LendingClouds.com is believed to be the first Crowdfunding website that is actually doing business legally.
As entrepreneurs in the U.S. continue to wait on guidance, Equitycrowdfundingdaily.com will continue to provide all of the Crowd Funding Website information, news and resources needed to make informed choices for small business capital funding needs and the proper crowdfunding websites for investment goals. The website’s creator also anticipates a strong working relationship with the newly formed corporation, Equity Crowdfunding Services LLC, in the near future.
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