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  • The Mob Rushes In: Disruptive Funding Models for Early Stage Business

    The Mob Rushes In: Disruptive Funding Models for Early Stage Business

    This report highlights some of the key events that have driven changes in funding models throughout the past century – with a focus on the recent regulatory changes that are influencing the market; the implications of these regulations and market forces; and our thoughts about the changes that are yet to come.

  • Raising Capital Under Regulation A+

    Raising Capital Under Regulation A+

    On June 19, 2015, three years after the JOBS Act was initially signed into law, Title IV of the JOBS Act went into effect, allowing private emerging-growth stage companies to raise money from all Americans. This report explores the risks, benefits, technical requirements, costs, and timeline of Reg A+ offerings, as well as an analysis of the current Reg A+ deal pipeline.

  • 2016 Digital Health Investment Trends

    2016 Digital Health Investment Trends

    In a year when everyone expected funding to decline, we explore the buoyant state of digital health funding in Q1/Q2 2016, the quantity and quality of M&A’s and IPO’s, venture funding as a function of company maturity, deal volume by sub-category in digital health, and its optimistic outlook for the future.

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Early Stage Funding Models and Methods:
A History of Disruption

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