April 5th marked the three-year anniversary of President Obama signing the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act into law. Among other provisions, Title III of the Act paved the way for non-accredited investors—those 93% of Americans who make less than
Michigan economic developers, local communities of all sizes, chambers of commerce, and any Michigan resident who loves the place they live should investigate MILE, the Michigan Invests Locally Exemption, or PA264 of 2013. With this law, Michigan became the leader
We’ve highlighted the work that Angela Barbash is doing to help grow the investment crowdfunding movement on www.crowdfundingmi.com before. Well now, her business, Reconsider, has teamed up with Michigan State University to publish a Co-Learning Plan that provides information about
Her research is aimed at determining what entrepreneurs and investors need to be active participants in local investing and then tailoring training programs to fit those needs.
Kevin has spent a significant amount of time in Michigan since the passage of the new law, speaking to groups about what it means, and the opportunities it provides for Michigan communities, entrepreneurs and residents.