Crowdfunding [JOBS Act] Innovators Slated To Play Major Role At Kingonomics 2013. First Time To Largely Minority Audience.

On April 5th, 2012, President Barack Obama signed The Jobs Act. As the President signed the bill, he said, “this bill is a potential gamechanger” for America’s entrepreneurs. For the first time, Americans will be able to go online and invest in small businesses and entrepreneurs. Not only will this help small businesses and high-growth enterprises raise capital more efficiently, but it will also allow small and young firms to expand and hire faster.  Whether you’re in Silicon Valley, Silicon Alley, or Silicon Prairie, this bill is a win-win for small businesses, for the economy, and for the American people.”

Kingonomics 2013 has confirmed the top innovators, thought leaders and champions of the equity based crowdfunding asset class and eco-system to speak and participate in this year’s event. This will be the first time that equity based crowd-funding will be introduced to a largely minority audience. Confirmed participants include: Doug Ellenoff, Founder of Ellenoff, Grossman & Schole, LLP and Sponsor of All Crowdfunding Sessions; Jason Best, Principal, Crowdfund Capital Advisors; Dara Albright, Principal, Now Street; Chris Tyrrell, CEO, Nehemiah Investments; Jervis Hough, CEO, Arctic Island Investments; Scott Purcell, Founder, Arctic Island; Vincent R. Molinari, CEO, Gate Technologies; DJ Paul, Founder, Crowd Funder; and Bishop Rodney Sampson, Chairman, Legacy Opportunity Fund.

Read President Obama’s Remarks At The Signing. Read The Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act [Jobs Act]. Register For Kingonomics. 


One thought on “Crowdfunding [JOBS Act] Innovators Slated To Play Major Role At Kingonomics 2013. First Time To Largely Minority Audience.

  1. Very good article, I would like to invite all readers to take a look at our new crowdfunding website ( which is actually geared towards women, minority and veteran led startups. We see a broad spectrum of human potential, unique ideas, brilliant minds and pacemakers who need a voice; as they tend to have less access to startup capital and entrepreneurial support than that of their counterparts.

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