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Building and Cultivating an Investor Community

May 30, 2024

1PM Eastern Time

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Explore how issuers can cultivate a robust, well-informed investor community from crowdfunding experts.

In 2024, it's vital that issuers can nurture an ever-expanding, strong and engaged community of investors.

This webinar will provide insight into utilising tools and techniques to enhance issuer transparency, clear communication, and regulatory compliance alongside how to build a community of advocates.

What to expect on this webinar

Building an Investor Community

Learn how to cultivate a loyal collective of informed, engaged investors excited about your company.

Transparency in Communication

Explore tools and techniques that promote crystal-clear communication and ensure you stay on the right side of regulations.

Utilising your Community for Growth

Learn how to utilise your investor community to grow your business and fuel your company's long-term success.

Explore how issuers can cultivate a robust, well-informed investor community from crowdfunding experts.

In 2024, it's vital that issuers can nurture an ever-expanding, strong and engaged community of investors.

This webinar will provide insight into utilising tools and techniques to enhance issuer transparency, clear communication, and regulatory compliance alongside how to build a community of advocates.

Speakers

Find out more about the industry leaders speaking at this event.

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Your Webinar Series Host

Andrew Dix

is Editor-in-Chief of Crowdfund Insider, the leading news and information site covering disruptive finance including online capital formation, online lending, blockchain and other forms of Fintech. With extensive knowledge of the investment and crowdfunding landscape, Andrew will be probing our expert panellists on what’s happening and what’s next for the private securities marketplace.
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