Tapping the Crowd – Raising Capital The Way Wall Street Raises Capital Using the New CrowdFunding Rules to Create Your Own Capital Raising Engine
Joel Block will show you how the pros on Wall Street get their money and how you can do the same.
You will learn:
• Get Clear on How CrowdFunding Works for Investments
• Learn Which CrowdFunding Strategy Works Best – and When to Use It.
• Learn How to Bring Your Cost of Capital Down
• Find Out How to Tap Into the Multi-Billions of Funds Controlled by Wealth Managers.
• Learn How to Eliminate Fees for Using Self-Directed IRA Funds for Your Investors.
Imagine getting all the money you need to do all of the deals you want:
• You name the price to pay the investors;
• Get as much as you want;
• No personal guarantee;
• No credit checks; and
• No interest payments;
• Investors can’t foreclose;
Joel is a real world, 25+ year veteran of the venture capital, private equity, and Hedge Fund world who addresses audiences from Silicon Valley venture firms to Wall Street bankers on matters of capital formation and most recently, on Investment CrowdFunding. He is a professional investor who has been a principal in over 30 syndicated real estate or entrepreneurial transactions in addition to advising on dozens more.
Joel is CEO of the Bullseye Capital Fund, a real estate hedge fund that acquires distressed real estate assets nationwide, though he spent many years in the venture capital business. Joel has conceptualized, capitalized, operated and sold several companies, one of which he sold to a Fortune 500 company. He is regularly called on by attorneys and courts of law as an expert in matters of financing and real estate.
A professional speaker, Joel is a persuasive and engaging communicator. He naturally demystifies complex issues and forensics for laymen. As a leader, Joel is humble, likable, friendly, easy to relate to, and was the foreman of a successful jury. His work has appeared in the:Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal, Forbes Small Business, Entrepreneur Magazine, Investor’s Business Daily, and the Los Angeles Business Journal.