This final episode of 2021 for The Compassionate Capitalist Show offers information and encouragement on using Georgia's REG D 504 Crowd Funding Intrastate Exemption from Federal securities regulations for general solicitation and the expanded nationally REG CF crowdfunding capitalization tool. Startup entrepreneurs and small business owners have methods and tools to legally raise capital from investors at all income levels. Unfortunately, as you will hear in this lively conversation between Karen Rands and Dar'shun Kendrick, the Invest Georgia Exemption (IGE) arguably one of the simplestways to raise capital, particularly for under represented founders, yet is considered 'a best kept secret'. Dar'shun explains the opportunity and challenges for black and women founders addressed with these regulatory exemptions of how and who you raise capital from to start and grow your business. Karen shares how exciting IGE and REG CF are for investors to participate in the entrepreneurial success of those small businesses in their community even when they don't have 6 figures, hundreds of thousands of dollars, to invest. These programs are the foundation for the democratization of the capital markets and the Compassionate Capitalist Movement.
Dar'shun Kendrick, JD/MBA/Investment Adviser Representative is the Founder of Kendrick Advisory & Advocacy Group (KAAG). They help companies raising investor capital focus on growing their company by handling all the regulatory aspects. KAAG has helped companies raise over $1B in capital, while saving companies millions in unnecessary fees and costs. KAAG emphasizes their work with black and women founders to meet their unique capital raising challenges and needs. More info http://kaag.co
Karen Rands is the founder of The Compassionate Capitaist Movement, working with investors and entrepreneurs for over 20 years. Learn more http://karenrands.co