The equity-based platform allows accredited investors to invest in privately held startups (#Crowdfunding platform #CircleUp launches with $1.5M http://t.co/2C49rHeZ #equity #investors #startups #vc…)…
So how is CircleUp dealing with the regulatory environment now? It’s only welcoming accredited investors onto its platform–and it says it will continue to work exclusively with accredited investors even after the JOBS Act takes effect.
Other than that one irritating detail, the site is an ideal place for entrepreneurs and investors alike. Those looking to invest have the security of knowing that the platform focuses on high-growth consumer-product companies with at least $1 million in revenue–companies that produce food, personal care, pet products, apparel, and more. And entrpreneurs on the site are mingling with individuals who invest $1000 to $25,000 per investment.
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