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Equity Crowdfunding in 2023: Lessons Learned and Trends to Watch for in 2024

December 12, 2023

1PM Eastern Time

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Equity crowdfunding has become a popular way for startups and small businesses to raise capital, and the market is expected to continue to grow in 2023 and beyond. In this webinar, a panel of experts will discuss the key trends in equity crowdfunding and share their predictions for the sector in 2024.

What to expect on this webinar

Expert insights from leading industry professionals

This webinar will feature a panel of experts who are at the forefront of the equity crowdfunding industry, including Etan Butler, CEO and Chairman of Dalmore Group, Rebecca Kacaba, CEO of Dealmaker, Woody Neiss, CEO of Wefunder, and Doug Ellenoff, Founding Partner of Ellenoff Grossman & Schole LLP.

Actionable advice for issuers

Gain actionable advice such as how to prepare for a successful equity crowdfunding campaign, how to choose the right crowdfunding platform, how to market and promote your campaign to potential investors, and how to manage your investor relationships, as well as lessons from equity crowdfunding in 2023 heading into 2024.

Key insight for investors

Learn how as an investor you can identify and evaluate investment opportunities in equity crowdfunding, conduct due diligence on issuers, and manage the risks and rewards of equity crowdfunding ahead of 2024.


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


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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