The Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act, or JOBS Act, is a law intended to encourage funding of small businesses in the United States by easing many of the country’s securities regulations. It passed with bipartisan support, and was signed into law by President Barack Obama on April 5, 2012
Over $1.4 trillion dollars was raised through the Regulation D exemption in 2014 and over 40,000 Regulation D offerings have been executed since 2009. Regulation D provides the capability to raise capital in compliance with State and Federal regulations and provides the fundamentals necessary to accomplish soliciting and accepting investment from investors.
The Metropolitan Fresno areas are home to over 1,010,409 residents, 99,004 businesses and 3,002 nonprofit organizations.
We’re very excited to launch our stakeholder portal! Our crowdfunding portal has been designed with Small Businesses, Community Stakeholders, Accredited Investors in mind – focusing on giving you a better user experience.
It allows you to easily stay up to date with everything we’ve got going on, communicate with us at the touch of a finger, and even receive notifications from us for all the latest Regulation D 506 (c) to accredited investors.
Startups need more capital. Investors want more deals. So what’s the issue? We need to change the way we invest to create more successful returns and world-changing organizations.
VCs Are Investing Less In Innovation
Source cited: Forbes
MKG Enterprises Corp intends to be the social change on this private equity institutional behaviors of inequality by offering professional consulting services to small and mid-sized business for a flat rate fee.
Today, some of the world’s most respected and successful figures are in the tech industry. They include the entrepreneurs who have developed innovative products and launched industry-changing companies and the venture capitalists who provide money and assistance to help these companies thrive.
But while the technology sector continues to flourish, and its luminaries are seen as role models, the industry as a whole is suffering from a lack of diversity that has undermined its ability to fully realize its transformative potential.
Finding Ways To Diversify
Despite the bleak statistics, there are, fortunately, a number of individuals and organizations who are trying to improve diversity in Silicon Valley (and across the United States). Code2040
Source cited: TechCrunch
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The Momentum that launched Fresno Regulation D Funding Portal can be attributed to Perils of Algorithms Marketing most Crowdfunding Portals use today that determines a small business fund ability and campaign launching to raise capital.
Crowdfunding Opens Doors Now that entrepreneurs have the tools to effectively present their funding needs to a large audience and capture every possible funding type in the same campaign, the ability to capitalize a new idea has changed dramatically. This doesn’t mean that every company will be funded, but it does increase — by orders of magnitude — the likelihood that your new idea will get to market, which is great news for everyone.
Casting a Wider Net Beyond the ability to use a marketing platform, we’re also finding that crowdfunding websites are being effectively used to capture different types of support simultaneously. In days past, there were campaigns to drive affinity support (also known as charity), campaigns to drive a pre-order (video games, gadgets) and campaigns to solicit investors. Now all three can be done at the same time, which creates a huge new opportunity for entrepreneurs.
Capturing Affinity Long before commercial crowdfunding sites existed, raising money from the crowd was being done both online and offline. If you’ve ever gotten an invite to support someone’s Race for the Cure or called in to support a PBS fundraising event, you’ve been part of a crowdfunding campaign. Charity campaign fundraisers were the pioneers of crowdfunding because they tap into people’s natural affinity to support causes they believe in. Rewards and equity crowdfunding campaigns tap into the same vein, allowing your family, friends and fans to support you with small amounts of capital that can add up quickly. Prior to crowdfunding websites, capturing this type of capital was really painful. Imagine calling all of your friends to ask them for a $25 contribution toward starting your company. Aside from becoming part of everyone’s blocked call list, you’d also run into the challenge of actually capturing all of those contributions. The ability to send out a single message to your entire network, solicit support, and capture funds instantly removes all of these roadblocks. The limitation to this type of funding is that your affinity capital runs out pretty quickly, especially when funding a business. For small projects of less than $5,000 to $10,000 there’s a likelihood that affinity alone can support you. But once you get north of $10,000, you need more than good graces to drive larger funding targets.
Pre-sale Value Where affinity capital is quickly exhausted, pre-selling an actual product has a virtually unlimited runway to raise capital. Once again crowdfunding has provided an important innovation that many people have overlooked. Prior to crowdfunding campaigns, the idea of pre-ordering a product that had never been produced was virtually unheard of. Big companies with strong reputations could sometimes offer pre-orders of everything from video games to movie tickets, but the idea of a single entrepreneur successfully raising capital for just a prototype was a pipe dream. The popularity of crowdfunding has encouraged widespread acceptance of requests for capital prior to production. This has lead to an explosion of new campaigns allowing entrepreneurs to self-capitalize their ideas.
Equity = Crowdfunding 2.0 If raising capital on affinity and pre-sales represented version 1.0 of crowdfunding, adding equity has evolved the crowdfunding industry to version 2.0. Affinity and pre-sale campaigns tend to fall short in a few key areas, especially as they relate to funding businesses. First, many companies do not have a product to pre-sell, like a restaurant for example. Second, the amount of capital needed often far exceeds what can be driven through mere affinity and pre-orders. This is where equity comes in. Entrepreneurs can now expose their campaigns to a global audience of potential investors. This ability to showcase your deal publicly has been made available in the United States by the JOBS Act, which has enabled the ability to publicly solicit equity offerings. It’s hard to believe, but prior to September of 2013, entrepreneurs were not allowed to present their equity funding offerings publicly.
This presents a huge opportunity not only for entrepreneurs but for investors as well. Because entrepreneurs were limited to private conversations within their network, investors only had access to new deals on a very limited basis. The emergence of equity crowdfunding sites changes that dynamic completely. Now both entrepreneurs and investors can get access to a much broader population. This means that finding equity investors, and larger checks, is now more available than ever. Thanks to the JOBS Act, almost anyone in the US can invest in funding companies like MKG Enterprises Corp. Accredited and non-accredited investors can BOTH invest and both receive the EXACT SAME equity. Your investment is treated exactly like an investment from venture capital firms or the ultra-wealthy. Investors should consider carefully information contained in the Circular LLC Investment Fund, including investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses. You can request a ABS Circular by calling MKG Enterprises Corp. at 866-675-3933. Please read the Circular Bond carefully before investing. Investment returns will fluctuate and are subject to market volatility, so that an investor’s shares, when redeemed or sold, may be worth more or less than their original cost.
Unlike mutual funds, shares of MKG Enterprises Corp Private Placements are not individually redeemable directly with the exchange market NASDAQ, S&P 500, Down Jones, OTC Markets, Pink Sheet. Shares are bought and sold at par value, which may be higher or lower than the net asset value (NAV). Equity Crowd Funding Offering Memorandum: Not FDIC Insured • No Bank Guarantee • May Lose Value
You can also view further information on MKG Enterprises Corp. Form D filed March 14, 2017 ET
Who is raising money https://www.whoisraisingmoney.com/mkg-enterprises-corp
Find The Company http://form-d.findthecompany.com/l/352960/Mkg-Enterprises-Corp
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