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Nth Round has published its first-ever eBook to help guide private business owners on liquidity options for sustainable growth. The free publication walks through conventional and new ways business owners raise capital today.
Startups are compared to dropping out of a plane and building a parachute on the way down. Some fly, some don’t, but in all cases, it’s sure to be a wild ride! That was my experience as a fledging entrepreneur.
When raising capital to keep your business operational, one of the most important things you need is a Private Placement Memorandum. If you’re wondering what exactly that is, don’t worry, we’re here to explain.
Nth Round co-founder Chris McConnell writes about his visit to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) headquarters where he met with commissioner Hester Peirce to discuss Nth Round’s liquidity platform and various aspects of SEC compliance.
A former CEO shares his personal account of a difficult shareholder buy-back experience As a founder of several companies, I’ve had plenty of challenging days. Like the first time I ever fired someone.
With the recent flurry of IPOs, many observers are amazed by the price “pop” at the offering. It’s not unusual for the value of a newly issued public company to rise sharply between the last private round and the IPO.
Do you have one or more shareholders yearning for liquidity? If they are not active day-to-day with your company, then maybe letting them out is a good idea, for everyone.
The SEC is offering new ways for non-accredited investors to participate in high-altitude private investing. There’s never been a better time to invest.
If your company has many shareholders, you know the challenges: regular reporting, annual meetings, and tax filings to name a few.
Do you own private company stock? With the dearth of IPOs and the surge of new ventures, many of us hold private stock (or options) with no clear path to liquidity.