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New Ways That Reg A+ is Expanding Access to Growth Capital — Panel

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The Reg A Conference — May 9, 2019 — TDK Conference Center, 109 W. 39th St., NYC

Rod Turner, CEO of Manhattan Street Capital, will be speaking on and moderating the panel (beginning at 4:45 pm) at the annual Reg A Conference.

Panel details:

New Ways That Reg A+ is Expanding Access to Growth Capital (Panel)

  • When doing a Reg A+ each year is better than an IPO
  • Raising more than $50M
  • Venture Lending
  • Biotech
  • Improving post-raise liquidity
  • Update on Reg A+ Metrics

The esteemed panelists sharing the stage with Rod will be:

Gerald Ellenberg, Chairman/CEO of KGEM Golf Inc.-GolfSuites, ERC Homebuilders, Inc.

Jim Segermark, President/CEO of InSituBiologics

Todd Kornfeld, Of Counsel, Pepper Hamilton, LLP

The Reg A Conference is the largest forum for networking and discussion of Regulation A.

This article was originally published here.

Rod Turner is the founder and CEO of Manhattan Street Capital, the #1 Growth Capital marketplace for mature startups and mid-sized companies to raise capital using Regulation A+. Turner has played a key role in building successful companies including Symantec/Norton (SYMC), Ashton Tate, MicroPort, Knowledge Adventure and more. He is an experienced investor who has built a Venture Capital business (Irvine Ventures) and has made angel and mezzanine investments in companies such as Bloom, Amyris (AMRS), Ask Jeeves and eASIC.

RodTurner@ManhattanStreetCapital.com

www.ManhattanStreetCapital.com

Manhattan Street Capital, 5694 Mission Center Rd, Suite 602–468, San Diego, CA 92108.

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Serial entrepreneur, leader, expert in mergers, scaling up businesses SEC compliant ICOs, Reg A+, IPOs. Optimal health. CEO ManhattanStreetCapital.com

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