Investing Through Crowdfunding
The Lundy-Fetterman School of Business, Lynch Auditorium • October 6 @ 6:00 - 7:30pmHave you ever used Robinhood to invest in companies like Apple, Amazon, and AMC? What if you could invest in your local coffee shop, new tech company, apartment complex, etc.? Now you can. Join us on October 6 to learn more about crowdfunding.
Rules preventing access since the 1930's were changed in 2016 and local investing has gone mainstream with nearly $1B dollars invested by individuals and families since.
Learn from 3 teams on the forefront of driving this movement in North Carolina.
Wesley Johnson - Serial entrepreneur, CEO & Co-founder of Grain Dealers Brewery - a new restaurant & brewery in the heart of Dunn, NC alongside Co-founder Lee Honeycutt, a Dunn native with strong business and personal ties to the community including surrounding counties.
Josh Rollins & John Crawford, Co-Founders of Vicinity, opening access to place-based private investing for communities across the Carolinas
Will McGuire - CEO & Founder of Incolo, helping business owners build their crowd, grow their businesses, and activate their community.
North Carolina Local investment volume has already surpassed 300% growth over 2020 with over 3,000 investors participating. Learn more at https://ncgrind.com and we'll see you at the event.
Investing in small and mid-sized businesses is risky. Returns aren't guaranteed and you could lose all of your investment.