The JOBS Act and How Startups Can Raise Investor Capital

In order to guarantee the best outcome for both you and the investor, all startups that are funded through Angel Kings must apply and be approved first. The hottest, most promising new startups are accepted and funded. Once applied, an Angel Kings investing specialist will contact you within 48 hours to review your application and status.

 
 
 

 

You are more likely to succeed with your startup if you are a previous entrepreneur, even those who have attempted and failed before. Many failures are due to lack of management, vision and capital. Take advantage of the opportunities with Angel Kings and let us help you get the resources you need to be the 1 in 10. 

A full analysis and review of Regulation A of Section 401 of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act. Startup expert and venture capitalist, Ross Blankenship explains the significance and detailed rules of the Regulation A+ (mini-IPO) offerings.

Here are more tips on how to be a successful startup and a list on the top startups to follow.

 
 

How To Get Started with Venture Capital and Startup Investing

#1 Know the laws:

Before investing, there are three primary regulations you need to know:

Regulation D, 506 (b) – Private Fundraising

Companies can raised unlimited amounts of money from accredited investors and a maximum of 35 unaccredited investors. 

Under Rule 506 (b), startups are only allowed to advertise fundraising to accredited investors. 

Examples:  AngelKings equity funds, WeFunder, FundersClub

 

 

Apply to Raise Capital for Your Startup.