Following on from President Obama’s Jobs Act of 2012 many companies are joining a crowdfunding revolution, started in the UK, but now accelerating and transforming investment in the US.
The amount you could raise on a CF crowdfunding has gone from $1m to $5m and a RegA+ approved company can now raise up to $70m a year, meaning many future unicorns can build a community of investors and stay private.
Would you like exclusive access to an entrepreneur who has successfully navigated this new world, having raised funding for his previous tech company (including founding personnel from Google Earth) through Sequoia Capital and other VC sources to deliver a x17 return for early investors?
He is now blazing a trail in the Digital Twin sector tipped to do well in the Biden ‘Build Back Better’ and Race to Zero’ era using his AI platform to help cities achieve carbon neutrality.
This man, Michael Jansen – founder and CEO of Cityzenith – has also created a 5,000-plus strong community of crowdfunding investors in the past 18 months who have not only accelerated his company’s funding but also helped win major contracts and partnerships in the US and the rest of the world.
Next week, Jansen publishes a major report/white paper on his experience of crowdfunding through Regulation CF and RegA+.
It is an emotional and thought-provoking report and we wondered if you would like an exclusive preview, please click on
before an embargo is lifted and release issued next Tuesday (4pm Central Time – 4 May).
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Cityzenith is based in Chicago with offices in London and New Delhi. The company’s SmartWorldOS™ Digital Twin platform was created for anyone designing, constructing, and managing complex, large-scale building projects, properties, and real estate portfolios but has developed to cover infrastructure, energy projects, transport, health, people movements, and whole cities. Find out more at www.cityzenith.com