Thursday, February 28, 2008

Staying Legal When Finding Investors

I gave a presentation to the Urban Land Initiative Young Leaders Group yesterday on funding alternatives for entrepreneurs.

A slide I presented about a professional I know who solicited his email list to seek investors on behalf of a client (a securities law no-no), garnered a very strong reaction.
I fielded quite a number of questions about the legal ins and outs of finding investors.

I decided to set up a teleseminar as a follow-up for anyone who is interested in learning more details about "staying legal".

TELESEMINAR DETAILS
Tuesday, March 11 at 1PM EST
Deadly Legal Mistakes When Finding Investors
In this teleseminar we will cover:
  • How to find investors when you can't advertise/mass email.
  • Why there's a difference between finding "partners" and "investors".
  • The perils of getting family involved in your offering.
  • Finding investors by buying lists.
  • Troubles with paying a "finder" to help you raise capital.
  • What's an "Accredited Investors" & Reg D Basics.
If you are interested, email my assistant, Suzanne Greene, to register: suzanne@furnarilevine.com

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