CrowdVesting Media Launches On Its Own
Electronic Theater was founded on the 4th of July, 1999 to facilitate as a full service design, video production and website development agency for the national investment industry. In 2003, Electronic Theater’s founder, Jerri Nachman, worked with a small team of thought leaders to design the first website for the Tenant-in-Common Association (TICA), a national association of boutique investment companies who focused on §1031 Exchange commercial real estate as the primary investment vehicle. Ms. Nachman also worked on a planning committee to produce their first national conferences.
When the JOBS Act (Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act) passed allowing investment firms the ability to broadcast their offerings publicly, Nachman followed the development of this law through to May, 2016 when Title III Regulation Crowdfunding became legal. Before that public solicitation was illegal and only higher net worth accredited investors could take advantage of the investment opportunities. All that has changed.
Nachman’s newest entity, CrowdVesting Media, was launched last April to educate entrepreneurs on the new opportunities of Crowdfunding, and to assist smaller business owners to develop their startup marketing materials. After two very successful seminars as CrowdVesting Media, founder Jerri Nachman is letting go of her parent company, Electronic Theater. “It’s time to move on and move forward”, said Nachman. “I am enjoying working with both larger investment firms as well as individual creators to launch their dreams into realities by raising startup capital online.”
The main difference in the two is larger sponsors (issuers) are not always attached to the fund itself, however, the smaller business owner is completely invested in their own creative ideas.