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How can I use Manhattan Street Capital to raise money using Reg A+ ?

How can I use Manhattan Street Capital to raise money using Reg A+ ?

Manhattan Street Capital raises money from individual investors for select, low risk, start-ups, and successful mid-sized companies. Your company can raise from $4 million to $75 million* each year. (there is no actual minimum, but the fixed costs of doing a Regulation A+ offering mean that it is not efficient for raising less than $4mill. Fixed costs that need to be spent before receiving the new capital are at least approx $100k).

To get started, complete a company pitch on the Manhattan Street Capital platform and enter your company's offering.  Companies that have gender-diverse management teams are FundAthena certified and qualify to receive additional support and resources from Manhattan Street Capital. 

After your company pitch is approved by Manhattan Street Capital, engage with our members to get their thoughts on how compelling your company is, and how attractive and fair the financial terms of your offering are; and how to improve your offering. During this phase, you focus on making sure that you convey how great your company is. 

After you have applied to and been qualified by the SEC, then you are ready to open your offering up for investments. Once your offering is live on the site, you need to advertise and use PR and social media to bring in investors.  

*For businesses that lend themselves to segmenting their market, it may be possible to make multiple offerings by following a similar model to the one that Fundrise has used. Each Reg A+ entity is a standalone business and shares one management service provider. In this way, Fundrise has conducted multiple Reg A+ offerings simultaneously since 2016. So far this model has only been Qualified by the SEC in Real Estate situations, but the SEC may allow the same approach in other business areas. We don't know yet.

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