Is Regulation A+ Right for My Growing Startup’s Next Raise?
September 17, 2020

Learn about Regulation A+ and whether it’s right for your fundraise.

Regulation A: Beyond Starting Up
April 15, 2020

SeedInvest was founded with a clear mission that has remained unchanged since we first opened our doors in 2012: To…

Interview with Jamie Rosen of WayBetter about Testing The Waters
September 27, 2015

If You’re Going to Test the Waters, Be Prepared to Go Swimming As a result of the long awaited implementation of Regulation…

Raising Capital using a Regulation A+ Mini-IPO
August 25, 2015

Regulation A+ allows the public to invest in private companies. Startups can use a Mini-IPO under Reg A+ to turn…

WayBetter Tests the Waters on SeedInvest
July 10, 2015

WayBetter, the company which runs the social dieting website DietBet, has successfully conducted one of the first “testing the waters”…

Investing in Mini-IPOs
June 18, 2015

Historically, investing in startups and small businesses has been reserved for accredited investors, or just the wealthiest 2% of Americans….

The Hidden Benefit of Doing a Regulation A+ Offering Prior to a Full Blown IPO
June 11, 2015

  When discussing the benefits of conducting an offering under the newly enacted rules for Regulation A+ under Title IV…

Regulation A+ and the Overlooked FINRA Filing Requirement
June 9, 2015

To much fanfare, on March 25, 2015 the SEC announced the final rules for Regulation A+ under Title IV of…

Even Seasoned Angels Stand To Benefit From Reg A+
June 3, 2015

Regulation A+, which allows mini-IPOs of up to $50M, has largely been viewed as an opportunity for retail investors (who…

Reg A+: Friend or Foe to Venture Capital?
March 27, 2015

The dust is settling from the stunning announcement on new Regulation A+, which legalizes $50,000,000 mini-IPOs to unaccredited investors. Interested…

Reg A+ Bombshell: $50M Equity Crowdfunding Under Regulation A
March 25, 2015

In a stunning development earlier today, the SEC released the final Regulation A+ equity crowdfunding rules under Title IV of…