The goal of the Mapable USA Podcast is to provide a resource to showcase and promote businesses and individuals seeking to raise money via equity crowdfunding. On our inaugural episode, we brought in Ron Sukenick and Dr. Robert Needham, principles of Simply Go Public to go over the fundamentals of crowdfunding and how using their consultative services can guide you step by step through the crowdfunding process. Crowdfunding sounds easy, but in reality, creating that crowd is a full time job which many business owners just don’t have the time or resources to pull off. But that doesn’t mean it can’t be done.
Listen to this episode to learn Dr. Needham’s 3-prong process on how to develop a compelling message, build your crowd, how to get that crowd motivated to view your offering, and why a good financial pro-forma is crucial to getting interested prospects to invest into your project to make it a successful one. Then get started crowdfunding to reap the crowdfunding benefits many businesses are currently enjoying.
ABOUT OUR GUESTS:
Dr. Robert Needham has over 30 years’ executive experience in financial services, franchising, technology, and business advisory. He has developed more than 300 brands across multiple industries. He is an expert in governance, analysis, a published author, and public speaker. Dr. Needham is an Air Force veteran. He can be reached at 205-567-1266.
Ron Sukenick has over 30 years’ executive experience and is the founder of the Relationship Strategies Institute (RSI). A bestselling author, public speaker, trainer, and relationship strategist, His international clients include start-up to global businesses. Ron is a Vietnam veteran and Retired Army Reserve and a DoD public speaker. He can be reached at 317-696-1367
All information provided is for informational purposes only. This information is not intended as legal or investment advice for anyone to make an investment in any one particular company and is not intended for any companies to rely on this information to form an opinion to go public or not to go public or to do any type of offering of securities. You must check with a securities attorney to find out if an offering is for you, or if you are going to be in the business of selling any type of securities, you need to make sure you are following your state and federal legislative law so you do not get into any troubles. Do not use the opinions as stated on this show as any way to form an opinion as what is wrong or right or what could be done for your business or as an investor.