Updated Nov, 20th 2012
THE NEW KID ON THE ONLINE FUNDING PLATFORM BLOCK (heading)
Infused Ventures Storms on the Scene With an Innovative Approach to Startup Fundraising (subheading)
Seattle, Washington, January 1, 2013 - The JOBS Act passed more than eight months ago, but it is just beginning to make its mark on the fundraising landscape. A new door has opened: online funding platforms that allow startups to connect with investors and raise funds online. While companies like Kickstarter and IndieGoGo have been helping people raise money online for awhile, the new wave of funding platforms are different. Namely, when you invest using these new platforms, you receive equity in the company. That's right, a piece of the pie.
At the forefront is Infused Ventures, a Seattle-based online funding platform. Infused Ventures offers simplicity to a traditionally complex process, and helps reduce the typical hassles that leave most startups up to their necks in legal fees. Founded in 2012 by three attorneys, Infused Ventures offers pitch-building tools and legal documents that make the fundraising process easy for both startups and investors. The platform has partnered with a variety of industry professionals to assist its entrepreneurs grow and its investors connect with the right companies.
Infused Ventures is an online funding platform geared towards making the fundraising process simple for startups and investors. The company was founded in 2012 by Gideon, Kyle, and Gavin. This is the trio's second venture, as they founded and continue to manage inVigor Law Group PLLC, a Seattle-based business law firm. For more information, please feel free to contact us at [email protected]
Subject: Exclusive: Infused Ventures Creates Simple Online Funding Platform
Hi [Enter editor's name],
With all the recent chatter about the JOBS Act and crowdfunding, I wanted to offer you an exclusive on the launch of our new Seattle-based online funding company, Infused Ventures.
Infused Ventures is an online funding platform that connects startups and entrepreneurs with investors--its basically a variation of crowdfunding, limited only to accredited investors, a sort of social network for raising funds and investing online.
If you're interested, I'd love to give you more details. Let's grab coffee next week?
Subject: Exclusive: Infused Ventures Launches Online Funding Platform
Dear [Enter editor's name],
We wanted to reach out to you to offer you an exclusive of the launch of our new startup, Infused Ventures. Infused Ventures is an online funding platform that offers startups the ability to raise capital from accredited investors online.
As a result of the JOBS Act, companies can raise funds from investors through online platforms. While crowdfunding (Title III) has been the "hot topic" surrounding the JOBS Act, we believe it is Title II that people should be aware of.
We're focusing our efforts on the Pacific Northwest, and we'd like to offer you an exclusive on our launch. Are you available for a call tomorrow to discuss further details about our company and the impact of Title II of the JOBS Act?
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