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Introduction to Launching an ICO

When:
November 17, 2017 @ 8:15 am – 9:30 am America/Los Angeles Timezone
2017-11-17T08:15:00-08:00
2017-11-17T09:30:00-08:00
Where:
Cross Campus Old Pasadena
85 N Raymond Ave
Cost:
Free

Topic: Crowdfunder Educational Series: Introduction to Launching an ICO

We believe entrepreneurship to be one of the most powerful forces for economic and societal change in our time. Through access to capital and education, we empower thousands of entrepreneurs to grow high-impact ventures.

Crowdfunder is the equity crowdfunding leader for sourcing and funding high-growth ventures with a network of over 130,000 entrepreneurs and investors. Crowdfunder and its VC Index Fund provide the opportunity for direct online investment into single ventures, as well as diversification into a broad VC-led portfolio (Index Fund) of early-stage startups – backed by many of the world’s leading Venture Capital firms and private investors.

• $160,000,000 investment commitments on the platform

• 12,000 individual & institutional investors

• 36,000 companies

• Funded 100+ deals at an average deal size of $1.8M

By joining Crowdfunder you will get free access to private early-stage VC-backed startups.

Bio

Joanne Park is currently the Chief Compliance Officer and Chief Legal Officer at Crowdfunder, Inc., a equity crowdfunding leader for sourcing and funding high growth ventures with a network of over 130,000 entrepreneurs and investors. She is also the Chief Compliance Officer for its affiliated investment advisor and broker-dealer. Ms. Park is also the creator, organizer and presenter behind the Crowdfunder Educational Series on coaching fundraising pitches and giving ICOs regulatory overviews, among other topics. Previously, Ms. Park was the Chief Compliance Officer at several registered investment advisors whose products ranged from private equity, mutual funds, hedge funds and CDOs. She graduated from Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Harvard University and Carleton College.