Can I Keep My Reg A+ Offering Open Continuously?

Before the new Reg A+, companies whose stock was already trading wanted to sell stock with the old Reg A. To do this the stock had to be reasonably priced in relation to the market price. However, the market price in small companies can be volatile. To change the price of the offering, the company had to file an amendment of its Reg A+ filing and wait weeks to get it qualified by the SEC. By that time the market price would have changed and the pricing would be out of date.

Do I Have to Take My Company Public to Use Regulation A+?

The answer is No. You can choose not to list your company on a marketplace, and then your shares will not be public. Regulation A+ allows you to make your shares liquid after the offering, but it is not required. In Tier 1 offerings the only reporting requirements post offering are to report to the SEC any significant change in the business.

What Is Reg S or Regulation S?

Regulation S provides an SEC-compliant way for U.S. and international (Non-U.S.) companies to raise capital in and outside the U.S. It is not necessary to have a company in the United States of America to use Regulation S.

Who Can Invest in a Reg A+ Offering?

Mainstreet investors worldwide can invest under Regulation A+ into companies that make their stock offerings with help from Manhattan Street Capita. Ordinary investors don’t have to be wealthy to invest! Investors are welcome from almost anywhere in the world.

Pitchbook 2021 US VC Valuations Report

Valuations Are at Record Highs

Valuations are at record highs, thanks to strong IPO exits, broader economic recovery, and growing participation by nontraditional investors. Don’t sell yourself short—your company may well be worth far more than your balance sheet would indicate.

Reg A+ Getting Media Exposure

Regulation A+ may finally be starting to get the media exposure it deserves. This story includes Cityzenith ‘s Reg A+ raise mentioned side-by-side with celebrity-backed venture funds.

How Many Founders Should a Startup Have?

Here’s another example of how individual investors in the online equity market (such as Reg A+) use different criteria than traditional VCs. It’s an unwritten rule that VCs don’t want to see more than 2 or 3 founders. But individual startup investors don’t seem to be bothered by that.