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Here's How And Why Level Brands Switched to a Reg A+ IPO to List on the NYSE

Here's How And Why Level Brands Switched to a Reg A+ IPO to List on the NYSE

Rod Turner | |

Level Brands became the 7th Regulation A+ IPO to complete, and the second to list and trade on the NYSE American Exchange.

Why FAT Brands Chose to Do a Reg A+ IPO to List on NASDAQ

Rod Turner | |

The Fatburger brand dates back to 1947.

Learning From Arcimoto's Success: The First Reg A+ IPO to Deliver Rapid Online Investment

Rod Turner | |

Arcimoto is the fifth Reg A+ IPO, to complete and list on a major exchange in the last four months.

Here's How Entrepreneurs Can Make Their ICO Securities Compliant With Reg A+

Rod Turner | |

Is it possible to make an initial coin offering that complies with U.S. SEC security rules?

Why Are ICOs Important for Investors?

Howard Marks | |

Can the cryptocurrency revolution accelerate the growth of Reg A+ capital raises for small businesses?

Does Short-Term Gain Equal Long-Term Pain?

Jason Paltrowitz | |

Thoughts on building a sustainable public company with longer-term investors.

Arcimoto & NASDAQ: A New Paradigm for Reg A

Scott Purcell | |

Today marks a watershed moment for the Reg A industry

Arcimoto Is Using Reg A+ to Launch Its 'Fun Utility Vehicle'

Rod Turner | |

Arcimoto has also come up with a new label for their ride: Fun Utility Vehicle – or “FUV.”

House Overwhelmingly Passes Bill to Allow Reporting Companies to Use Reg A+

David Feldman | |

The short bill directs the SEC to permit full Securities Exchange Act reporting companies to use Regulation A+ for a public offering.

Chicken Soup Reg A+ IPO Lists on NASDAQ, Garners Institutional Investor Participation

Rod Turner | |

At $30 million, Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment is the largest Reg A+ IPO to date.