The JOBS Act was recently signed by President Obama and many are still wondering – what’s in it for the entrepreneur? Listen Below:
The JOBS Act stands for Jumpstart our Business Start-Ups and includes several pieces of legislation designed to stimulate job growth and small business funding. The act opens the doors for crowd funding allowing up to $2 million in funding over the Internet.
We will discuss the opportunities and challenges with crowd funding and other small business funding options. Crowd Funding has been around for years, but start-ups have not been allowed to sell or even mention capital raises over the Internet.
You will learn what new opportunities are coming through the JOBS Act and what funding options are available today including; small business loans, SBA loans, angel funding, project funding and more.
Sue Malone is the founder of Strategies For Small Business. Her sole mission for the last five years has been to help people obtain access to capital to start or expand their businesses. In doing so, one of her specialties has been small business start-up loans and she has done so exceptionally well. She is the undisputed, number one SBA loan provider for the Community Express Loan Program in the nation.
Strategies for Small Business has funded over 30,000 small business loans. Sue has a passion for helping small businesses succeed and she is a great advocate for our community.
You can ask us questions by calling our show line at 213-559-8022 or Twitter at #SBRTALK or post your questions here.
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John Martin – Host of SBR