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- Rod's introduction
- About Manhattan Street Capital
- What is unique about Reg A+
- Reg A+ liquidity
- Metrics on Reg A+ - How much capital did companies raise in 2019?
- The downsides of Reg A+
- Reg A+ in Biotech
- Real Estate
- Secondary Offerings
- Regulation A+ IPOs
- Costs and Schedule
- What is confusing about Reg A+
- What is the size of the minimum capital raise, share price changes
- The role of a Broker-Dealer in Reg A+ offering
- How to succeed with your Reg A+ offering - Tips and Techniques
- Why you should set a low minimum
- Marketing appeal in the Covid-19 environment
- Q&A - Insider liquidity
- Q&A - About Real Estate offerings
- Q&A - Do I need legal counsel?
- Q&A - I have solar and battery storage company - Do you think Reg A+ is a feasible option for us?
- Q&A - Minimum interest offered on a debt offering
- Q&A - A Reg A+ offering's effect on other types of investments from Angels and VCs
- Q&A - Advantages of being a Broker-dealer
- Q&A - Maximum number of investors in a Reg A+ offering
- Q&A - Listing on an OTC marketplace
- Q&A - Non-voting shares
- Q&A - Can non-US companies use Reg A+?
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